Wound Care Reimbursement Code Converter

As of October 1, 2015, CMS will require ICD-10-CM codes to receive payment. Use the box below to convert your ICD-9-CM code to ICD-10-CM:





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For the reverse look-up, please enter the ICD-10-CM code used for this patient. *Please note ICD-10 codes are case-sensitive and all letters should be capitalized.





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ICD-10-CM Explained

ICD-10 implementation delivers immediate and long-term benefits

Greater specificity

Leads to more accurate reimbursement.

Increased coding accuracy

Leads to improved healthcare.

ICD-10 consists of TWO parts

ICD-10-CM

for diagnosis coding in
all U.S. healthcare settings

ICD-10-PCS

for procedure coding in U.S.
inpatient hospital settings only

ICD-10 uses 3 to 7 digits

Category
Etiology, Anatomic Site, Severity
7th Character

ICD-9 uses 3 to 5 digits

Category
Subcategories
Subclassification

Healthcare organizations are required to
comply with the ICD-10 code sets by:

Oct. 1 2015

Strangest ICD-10 wound care code:

+ =
(V91.07XA)

Burn due to water skis on fire

ICD-9

14,000 UNIQUE CODES

47 DFU, VLU, PRESSURE ULCER CODES

General codes that lack specifics

ICD-10-CM

69,000 UNIQUE CODES

476 DFU, VLU, PRESSURE ULCER CODES

Ability to capture specificity