IZD-10 Injury Guy
Developed to Take the Pain Out of Injury Coding
You can easily identify the category (first three characters) of all acute/traumatic injuries without opening the ICD-10 book by using KZA’s exclusive Injury Guy laminated resource sheet.
Utilizing the logic behind the reorganization of the injury chapter, this one page, double-sided coding guide uses color coordination and essential lists to make the first step in reporting an injury diagnoses a snap.
On one side, there are prompts indicating when additional codes should be listed, such as those for open wounds or additional injuries. On the flip side, you’ll find all 7th character options for all injuries; they are represented in concise tables with headers that instruct when each should be used. Injury coding tips and technology look-up terms are also included. Injury codes dominate ICD-10 with over 54% residing in this chapter.
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