ICD-10

Remember that any date-of-service that occurs on or after October 1, must be billed under ICD-10. Any earlier claims must be billed under ICD-9.

To bill under ICD-10 (on or after October 1):

  1. Insurance Setup – ICD code version drop down box must be switched to ICD-10
  2. Diagnosis Code Setup – Must have entered the appropriate ICD-10 codes
  3. Client Session – Must use the appropriate ICD-10 diagnosis codes

To bill under ICD-9 (prior to October 1):

  1. Insurance Setup – ICD code version drop down box must be switched to ICD-9
  2. Diagnosis Code Setup – Must have entered the appropriate ICD-9 codes
  3. Client Session – Must use the appropriate ICD-9 diagnosis codes

Please note: The ICD-9 indicator on the HCFA 1500 forms show as “9” in box 21. The ICD-10 indicator will show as “0” in box 21.

You cannot bill or resubmit ICD-10 and ICD-9 claims in the same batch.