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ICD-10 Tables and Logic

ICD-10 Tables and Logic

ICD-10 Tables and Logic

Has anyone created Access objects to data-map the ICD-10 diagnosis codes to the ICD-9 codes? I do not want to reinvent the wheel if this is available somewhere - even for purchase. What I'd like is for the Dr to be able to select the higher level diagnosis code and then have the logic know that he also needs to select more information to get to a correct code. For example, he selects Sprain then it prompts him for what body part and then if necessary right or left and then based on the code and data stored in a table (or multiple tables) it knows he also needs to select another code to go along with the one just selected and it knows the order in which those codes need to be used. I am starting to see how this can be laid out programatically but since there are many thousands of data points, I really don't want to do all this if it has already been done.

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