Most of you are probably aware, but on Friday, September 30, certain ICD-10 diagnoses codes will expire. They will be replaced by updated codes starting October 1.
I am attaching a .pdf (sent by one of our customers). It shows some of the codes that are changing. If you have other documentation that others might find helpful, feel free to post it here, too.
You may be aware that on Saturday, September 30 there are certain ICD-10 diagnoses that will expire. These expired diagnoses will be replaced by updated codes on October 1.
Please familiarize yourself with the list of changes (below) in preparation for this change. The new ICD-10 codes have been added to the Procentive master list and can be added to your Diagnosis Module at any time.
Each agency is responsible for adding and removing diagnoses as they deem necessary based on the services they provide. For a guide on updating your Diagnoses Module, please see this article on our Knowledge Hub.
Please be sure to update the diagnoses for clients as necessary to avoid any delays in payment. This is best achieved using Report 3701 Complete Client Diagnosis Search which reports all clients with the selected diagnosis.
Any expired diagnoses submitted on claims for DOS 10/01/2017 and later will be rejected. For assistance with these rejections please review this new article on our Knowledge Hub.
If you need further assistance please submit a ticket to the Procentive Support Desk.
F10.11 Alcohol abuse, in remission
F10.21 Alcohol dependence, in remission
F11.11 Opioid abuse, in remission
F11.21 Opioid dependence, in remission
F12.11 Cannabis abuse, in remission
F12.21 Cannabis dependence, in remission
F13.11 Sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic abuse, in remission
F13.21 Sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic dependence, in remission
F14.11 Cocaine abuse, in remission
F14.21 Cocaine dependence, in remission
F15.11 Other stimulant abuse, in remission
F15.21 Other stimulant dependence, in remission
F16.11 Hallucinogen abuse, in remission
F16.21 Hallucinogen dependence, in remission
F17.201 Nicotine dependence, unspecified, in remission
F18.11 Inhalant abuse, in remission
F18.21 Inhalant dependence, in remission
F19.11 Other psychoactive substance abuse, in remission
F19.21 Other psychoactive substance dependence, in remission
F50.82 (was F50.89) Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
F50.89 is now Other specified eating disorder
When providing a Rule 25 and billing H0001, if the client does not have a Substance use disorder, what DX code are you using on the claim in order to get the service provided paid. We have used Z65.8, BCBS is denying it stating it is not a Chemical Health DX code.
I am searching for the correct ICD10 code for a client who was seen for a Diagnostic Assessment but has no diagnosis. In the ICD10 book I found Z71.1. Has anyone used this dx code? Was it covered?
Here is a recording of the conference call hosted by the ProCare Customer Success and Service and Support Teams. The purpose of the call was to resolve a problem that Procentive discovered in doing ICD10 audits of databases
Customer support service by UserEcho