Download Your Copy of Our ICD-9 to ICD-10 Map!
Probably the easiest way to learn something new, is to draw comparisons with something we already know. That’s the idea behind our ICD-10 Mapping Tool.
We’ve taken the most commonly used ICD-9 codes and mapped them to their possible new ICD-10 codes. This side-by-side comparison is a great way to learn the new codes.
Download your copy of our free six-page form. (Right click to save to your desktop.) You might want to have Kinkos laminate your copy so it will stand up to daily use for the next year or so as you become more familiar with the new coding system.
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Watch how to properly use the ICD-10 Mapping Tool Video