This new coding tool from the Family Planning National Training Centers converts frequently used family planning diagnosis codes from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Some ICD-9 codes now map to multiple ICD-10 codes or have combined (approximate match) and may also require further secondary codes for specificity purposes. ICD-10 coding guidelines should be reviewed to ensure compliance with standardized regulations.
The tool is broken up into 3 parts:
Part 1: ICD Diagnosis Codes by QFP Domain
Part 2: Common Diagnosis (Dx) or Symptoms Seen in Family Planning Patients
Part 3: Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC) Qualifiers for ICD Codes.
Note: This crosswalk is not a replacement for understanding ICD-10 code selection.