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New ICD-10 Code Set Takes Effect October 1; Register for APMA’s Related Webinar

September 26, 2022

ICD-10 and stethoscope

Providers must use the “2023 ICD-10-CM” code set for services provided on or after October 1. There are changes to the new code set that impact podiatric medicine and surgery. There are ICD-10 code changes pertinent to social determinants of health, diabetes, alcohol use, noncompliance, and use of immunosuppressive drugs.

New ICD-10-CM Code Set Takes Effect October 1:

  • Z79.85 Long-term (current) use of injectable non-insulin antidiabetic drugs
  • Z59.82 Transportation insecurity
  • Z59.86 Financial insecurity
  • Z79.620 Long term (current) use of immunosuppressive biologic
  • Z91.190 Patient's noncompliance with other medical treatment and regimen due to financial hardship

APMA will host a webinar covering podiatry-relevant coding changes on December 14. Register now! Also, APMA Coding Resource Center (CRC) subscribers can view a full list of these changes now on the CRC home page. 


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