CMS Guidance on Revised ICD-10 Codes

New, Updated, and Revised ICD-10 Codes in Accordance with CMS Guidance 

Starting October 1, 2021, PRL is revising its ICD-10 codes in accordance with the guidance from CMS. We have provided two documents regarding this change. The first is a tabular list of ICD-10 codes impacted by the update. It includes new, updated, and revised codes, grouped with applicable expiring codes. In addition, we have created a conversion table to help you quickly find updated codes. 

Note: Expiring codes are indicated in bold. New codes are indicated without emphasis. New codes associated with an expiring code are included as bullets underneath the expiring code. Revised existing codes are indicated in italics.  

ICD-10 Tabular Addenda 2021-2022 ICD-10 Code Conversion Table 

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