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Double Check Your Mental Health ICD-10 Crosswalk.

October 1st is almost here! We are sure that you are already prepared for this big transition– but even for the most prepared organizations, sometimes it’s hard to get peace of mind. We’ve provided this crosswalk for a few of the most common diagnosis codes billed in mental health– just in case you’d like to double check with an ICD-10 cheat sheet.

ICD-9-CM ICD-10-CM
296.30: Major depressive disorder, recurrent episode, unspecified F33.40: Major depressive disorder, in remission, unspecified

F33.9: Major depressive disorder, recurrent, unspecified

296.32: Major Depressive affective disorder, recurrent episode, moderate F33.1: Major depressive disorder, recurrent, moderate
296.33: Major depressive disorder, Recurrent episode, Severe F33.2: Major depressive disorder, Recurrent episode, Severe
300.00: Unspecified anxiety disorder F41.9: Unspecified anxiety disorder
300.02: Generalized anxiety disorder F41.1: Generalized anxiety disorder
300.4: Persistent depressive disorder (Dysthymic disorder)

301.12: Chronic depressive personality disorder

F34.1: Persistent depressive disorder (Dysthymic disorder)
309.0: Adjustment disorder, with depressed mood F43.21: Adjustment disorder, with depressed mood
309.28: Adjustment disorder, with anxiety F43.22: Adjustment disorder, with anxiety
311: Unspecified depressive disorder

311: Other specified depressive disorder

F32.8:Other depressive episodes

F32.9:Major depressive disorder, single episode, unspecified

314.00: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, Predominantly inattentive presentation.

314.01: Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity

F90.0: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, Predominantly inattentive presentation

F90.1: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, Predominantly hyperactive/impulsive presentation

F90.2: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, combined presentation

F90.8: Other attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

F33.9: Major depressive disorder, recurrent, unspecified

Of course, the easiest way to ensure you are coding accurately is to have an EHR system with an updated and easy to use ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk. Click the button below to learn how Valant can give you peace of mind during the big switch.

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Interested in reading more about the ICD-10 transition? Check out our whitepaper ICD-10: What Behavioral Health Clinicians and Billers Need to Know or our blog 10 facts about ICD-10 for Behavioral Health.