Applying the right ICD code can prevent unnecessary and unwanted payer audits. Refer to the following information and handy table to find the proper code for each of your glaucoma patients.
Coding and billing mistakes are all-too-common, and can be costly and frustrating. The key to avoiding the top four most common errors? Documentation!
When faced with a corneal abrasion, your first and most important task is treating your patient. Later, coding can be a complex task due to the multiple ICD-10 codes available to describe corneal abrasions. Here's what you need to know!
When coding for a patient with ocular surface disease, many ODs find themselves using the same ICD-10 codes over and over again, even when more accurate dry eye ICD-10 codes exist. Here, we'll cover clinically relevant codes for dry eye, and why you should consider additional specificity in your clinical notes!