Coding Alcohol and Smoking Dependence vs. Severe Use Disorder http://go.cco.us/icd-10-cm-full-course Q: “Can you code Dependence say for Alcohol if the provider states it as Alcohol Use Disorder-Severe? Since it does not say dependence but the provider says he is going by the DSM-V and it is dependence and they are not going to change the wording.” That was the first question. It is actually a two-parter because the second question that we received says: Q: “Can someone explain the smoking dependence codes? Does the physician have to document that a patient has a dependence in order to use these codes?” A: Some of you are probably going, “OK, the first one is on alcohol, the second one is on smoking. Why are you combining these two?” Well, they’re both all about dependence and how we define dependence in order to be able to code for this services. The first question actually was very intriguing to me because I have a background working in mental health services – not as a patient, let me clarify that – but actually working with the mental health providers. I do actually have a copy of the DSM-IV and the DSM-V if you’ve never heard of either of these two manuals. We are now in DSM-V just like we went to ICD-10. DSM-IV was the previous version. READ MORE HERE: https://youtu.be/jY2URcvzifo ---------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://go.cco.us/icd-10-cm-full-course ---------------------------------------- More Information about Alcohol Dependence vs. Severe Use Disorder: [PDF]Alcohol Use Disorder: A Comparison Between DSM-IV and DSM-5 http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/... National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism called alcohol use disorder (AUD) with mild, moderate, and severe sub-classifications. ... Under DSM–IV, the diagnostic criteria for abuse and dependence were ... Alcohol Use Disorder | National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and ... https://www.niaaa.ni... National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Problem drinking that becomes severe is given the medical diagnosis of “alcohol use disorder” or AUD. Approximately 7.2 percent or 17 million adults in the United States ages 18 and older had an AUD in 2012. ... To be diagnosed with an AUD, individuals must meet certain criteria ... Genetics of Alcohol Use Disorder · Rethinking Drinking · Alcohol Use Disorder Substance Use Disorders | SAMHSA http://www.samhsa.gov/... Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admini... Oct 27, 2015 - Substance use disorders occur when the recurrent use of alcohol and/or ... on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) defines binge drinking as a pattern ... The severity of an AUD—mild, moderate, or severe—is based on the ... -------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://go.cco.us/icd-10-cm-full-course ---------------------------------------- People who watched this video: https://youtu.be/jY2URcvzifo Also searched online for: Searches related to alcohol dependence vs. severe use disorder alcohol use disorder criteria alcohol use disorder definition alcohol use disorder dsm 5 code alcohol use disorder icd 10 substance use disorder definition alcohol use disorder severe icd 10 dsm 5 substance use disorder assessment dsm 5 substance use disorder specifiers ------------------------------------------- FOR MORE DETAILS: http://go.cco.us/icd-10-cm-full-course ------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US: http://www.facebook.com/cco.us http://www.youtube.com/medicalcodingcert http://www.youtube.com/codingcertification https://www.pinterest.com/codingcertorg/ https://plus.google.com/+CodingcertificationOrg https://www.linkedin.com/company/codingcertification-org ------------------------------------------ Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MedicalCodingCert -------------------------------------------- #alcoholusedisordercriteria #alcoholusedisorderdefinition #alcoholusedisorderdsm5code #alcoholusedisordericd10 #substanceusedisorderdefinition #alcoholusedisordersevereicd10 #dsm5substanceusedisorderassessment #dsm5substanceusedisorderspecifiers -------------------------------------------- VISIT OUR SITE: http://www.cco.us/
Chapter 5: Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental disorders (F01 – F99) Introduction This chapter deals with: disorders with an organic origin, where disease or injury causes the mental or behavioral condition developmental disorders, such as hyperactivity, and mental retardation. conditions caused by substance abuse psychotic and delusion conditions such as schizophrenia mood disorders such as depression and mania behavioral and personality disorders, including those caused by stress or traumatic events. Shane's Coding Note Pay close attention to the EXCLUDES1 note to remind you that an abuse, use and dependence codes cannot be coded together. Summary of Chapter 5 Chapter 5 has a special feature in the form of glossary descriptions of the various disorders. These define the contents of the categories and are for use by doctors and clinicians. They are not intended for use by coders in interpreting the documentation. Two blocks have lists of fourth characters for use with all the codes in that block. These are: F10−F19 Mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use F70−F79 Mental retardation Mental disorders are difficult to classify and careful attention must be paid to all inclusion and exclusion notes in this chapter. For example, in the block F20−F29 (Schizophrenia, schizotypal and delusional disorders), there is an exclusion note at F21 Schizotypal disorder, directing you to F60.1 for Schizoid personality disorder as a disorder of personality and behavior, rather than a psychotic or delusional disorder.
This is a demo of SMART’s EHR ICD-10 and DSM-IV compliance software features. Let’s begin with the admission process. During this process you'll enter patient’s identification - demographic information and various other pieces of information the software allows you to enter. When the information has been entered, simply click the ‘admit’ button and go through the admission process that would make the patient active and eligible to receive services. In case history, bring up your newly admitted patient and do an assessment. You'll note that the ascent assessment is still a SAM compliant. We would go through and enter all the information for each of the ACM dimensions. Once everything has been entered the clinician is in a good position to perform their diagnostic summary. That full summary would be recorded. This is where DSM-IV is used to record the text that describes the patient's conditions. For example, this particular patient may have opioid use disorder moderate. We would now save that information and the clinicians duty of diagnosing the patient would be complete. That's how SMART would support DSM-IV. So through the assessment the patient has been deemed appropriate for treatment in this particular facility and they've been assigned to DSM-5 Diagnosis. In order to bill for the services that are provided an ICD-10 diagnosis needs to be assigned. You'll note here and on the patient's existing list of diagnoses possibly from the previous treatment episode. There is nothing that speaks to opioid dependence or opioid abuse so we'll go ahead and hit ‘add new’. In the DSM-IV field if we indicate that the patient has an opioid use disorder of moderate you'll note that the corresponding ICD-10 code is automatically retrieved by the software and assigned to the patient. Go ahead and say that that was done on that date and that it was diagnosed by SMART today. You’ve now successfully added a patient's DSM-IV diagnosis with its corresponding ICD-10 diagnosis code allowing us to not only identify the patient with their DSM-IV diagnosis but also establish a code that can be used to build for the services that you provide. As you know the ICD-10 compliance deadline is October 1st. Prior to October 1st, it's incorrect to assign an ICD-10 code to any provided service. And subsequent to October 1st it's incorrect to assign an ICD-9 code. So you might ask yourself how am I going to automatically change every single patient's diagnosis from an ICD-9 to ICD-10? On October 1st SMART has provided a mechanism to map all of the ICD codes that you currently use to your chosen icd-10 equivalent. Whatever makes the most sense for your practice. For example, if we take opioid dependence which is assigned the iCD-9 code of 30 4.0. We can do an ICD-10 search for opioid dependence and you'll note that we have a number of alternatives under ICD-10. We can also look to get more detailed which is the primary reason why ICD-10 exists is to allow us to diagnose patients with more granular information than we had before. Go ahead and select f11 20 and you'll note that what we've done is created a mapping that says that every patient who is on a diagnosis of 304 point 0 0 is to be assigned to the diagnosis of f11. 20 that completes the mapping for the code. We simply need to proceed through the rest of lists assigning an ICD-10 crosswalk code to the existing ICD-9 codes in use by the clinic. If you get that completed by October 1st the software will provide: you an automatic migration to move all, patients from their current ICD-9 codes to their ICD-10 codes on the transition date of October 1st using the crosswalk that you've so diligently constructed over the course of the next few weeks. This button is accessible only by system administrators. This will allow you to automatically map every active patients diagnosis codes from ICD-9 to ICD -10 on the compliance date. You'll note here if the software is telling you that you’ve only completed one of the 734 diagnosis codes used by this clinic.
ICD-9 Coding — Understanding V Codes http://www.cco.us/icd-9-cm-mini-course-yt What is Medical Coding - Understanding V Codes Alicia: We’re going to talk about V codes. We have talked about V codes in the past and still they’re complex sometimes. And then once you get it, once it clicks in your head, it’s like, “Oh! OK, I got it.” But every once in a while they’ll throw a zinger, you’ll experience something that you think, “I’m not sure exactly what I need to do.” Q: I get confused when looking at V codes. They are mixed into the index. What keywords will help me find the right V code? A: I think what they’re saying is they’re mixing the index where it’s like E codes have their own index separated but V codes are in with the general codes. V codes are reported to support services that are rendered when a patient does not have an acute medical condition. These are the basic sections for V codes. What I would encourage you to do if you struggle with V codes is, one, go to the section in your ICD manual that specifically talks about V codes and that starts with V01, and read, just peruse them and kind of get familiar with what options are out there. I divided these up: Exposure, if you’re exposed to something, you’ve got to paint that picture for the provider and for statistic purposes so that they can follow the treatment. The one I picked because I thought that was unusual, like we had it on [undecipherable]. Anthrax was going through the post office and stuff, so let’s say you had a postal worker that had been exposed to anthrax. This is the code that you would use and the way you look it up is by that key term “exposure.” Then, you’re going to go “to”; so “exposure to” to what? Anthrax. And that gives you V01.81; so anytime somebody is exposed to something, then you get to use a V code for exposure. The next one: Inoculation & Vaccinations. I don’t know that there’s a difference – you can correct me if you know the difference – if there’s a difference between inoculation & vaccination. You know, “I’m going to give you a vaccination,” but they’re saying, “I’m going to give you an inoculation.” That will be something you can Google and see what the difference is. But to look these up, you’re going to look under the term “vaccination.” Now, there are different types, but let’s say it’s prophylactic – meaning, you’re doing it so you don’t get something; so vaccination to protect you from what? And there’s a whole list of different things that you can be protected from with the vaccination. Get more ICD-9 coding tutorial, ICD-9 coding guidelines, ICD-9 coding exercises, medical coding training, medical coding certification at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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ICD-9 Coding Tutorial | Mental Health Medical Coding — What Does V71.09 Means? http://www.cco.us/ceu-intro-icd-9-cm-coding-class-yt "From the February 2014 Coding Certification Q and A Webinar": Free for all! Get CEU's!" Mental Health – This question came in and took me a few minutes to figure out exactly what they were asking, but once I did a little research I got where this person was coming from. Q: I am trying to verify exactly what V71.09 means – (mind you, this is not ICD-10, this is ICD-9) – or get more specific meaning behind the description. I show two different definitions: V71.09 No Diagnosis on Axis II, V71.09 No Diagnosis or Condition on Axis I. A: When you go look up in your tabular V71.09 states that it’s other suspected mental condition. Let’s get some background and that will tell us, I believe what we need to know. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) - You’re going to go and we’re going to be working with DSM from this point on. The axis is referring to how they determine what’s wrong with their patient. Again, this is for mental health. Axis I refers broadly to the principal disorder Axis II lists any personality disorder that may be shaping the current response to the Axis I problem Axis III lists any medical or neurological problems that may be relevant to theindividual’s current or past psychiatric problems; Axis IV codes the major psychosocial stressors to the individual has faced recently Axis V codes the “level of function” This is all based on mental health. So, if we’re going to see a breakdown of that, we have to think “other suspected mental condition,” but there’s no diagnosis. With this particular scenario we have, here is the impression: Axis I: No diagnosis, Axis II: No diagnosis, Axis III: None, Axis IV: Educational problems and Axis V: GAF=85 Let’s go look at this other one: Axis I: No diagnosis. It’s not saying that they don’t have diagnosis per se, it’s other suspected mental condition with no diagnosis is what they’re saying. Axis II: Borderline intellectual functioning, Axis III: Fetal alcohol syndrome by history (they know that), Axis IV: Occupational and educational problems, and Axis V: GAF=75. What that is telling you is that this right here is on Axis II, which is any personality disorder that may be shaping the current response to the Axis I problem, the diagnosis you’re going to be able to state – wait, I don’t want to say the wrong thing – other suspected mental condition. Get more ICD-9 coding tutorial, ICD-9 coding guidelines, ICD-9 coding exercises, medical coding training, medical coding certification at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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