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ICD-10 Diagnosis Crosswalk

The ICD-10 Diagnosis Crosswalk tool assists practices in transitioning to ICD-10. Using the ICD-10 Diagnosis Crosswalk, you can easily identify your top 100 most commonly used ICD-9 diagnosis codes (or enter them manually) and then map them to ICD-10 codes using GEM Crosswalk Mapping. Additionally, you can export the list for review and printing.

To run the ICD-10 Diagnosis Crosswalk

  1. Click Settings>Codes>Diagnosis Crosswalk on the top menu. The mapping wizard begins.
  2. Start Your ICD-9 Mapping. Select an option:
  • Add a specific ICD-9 code: (Manual) Enter each ICD-9 code and click the blue +. When finished adding codes, click View Mapping.
  • Reload the top 100 ICD-9 codes: (Automatic) Uses your top 100 most commonly used diagnosis codes. Select "from the past year" or "from the last 3 months". Click Create Mapping.
  • Import ICD-9 codes from a CSV or Excel File:

  1. The list groups ICD-9 codes based on the ICD-9 grouping category. ICD-10 codes are mapped on the right using the GEM Crosswalk.
  2. If a code is not applicable to your practice, hover under it and click "Hide".
  3. If any codes were marked as hidden, the "Show hidden ICD-10 Codes" option appears; click to show hidden codes.
  4. To un-hide the code, hover under it and click "Un-hide" (d).
  5. To delete any ICD-9 codes from the list, hover under the code and click "Delete".
  6. Click to add more codes.
  7. Click Save to commit any changes you've made while working with the information.
  8. From the "Export Mapping" drop-down list, you can select to print, save as a PDF, or export as an XMLS or CSV file.
  9. Click to provide any feedback to Kareo PM on the ICD-10 Diagnosis Crosswalk.
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