ICD-10 Codes to Report Valentine’s Day Mishaps

by | Last updated Jan 18, 2024 | Published on Jan 27, 2021 | Medical Coding

Valentine’s Day Mishaps
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February, the American heart month, is the month of love too. Observed on February 14 each year, Valentine’s Day or Saint Valentine’s Day is the day when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. Games, dinner, shopping and other activities could pose the risk of injury on this wonderful day. Any “sweet” mishaps on this Valentine’s Day can be documented using specific ICD-10 codes. For any injury physicians treat, medical coding companies can assist with the correct codes on the medical claims.

Valentine’s Day Mishaps

In the month of February love is in the air. Unfortunately, negative incidents may also occur. Healthcare providers and ER departments must be prepared on February 14 to troubleshoot Valentine’s Day-related mishaps. Whatever injuries or accidents happen, there’s bound to be an ICD-10 code for it. Professional medical billing companies can ensure accurate medical codes to report any mishaps on your medical claims.

Rajeev Rajagopal

Rajeev Rajagopal, the President of OSI, has a wealth of experience as a healthcare business consultant in the United States. He has a keen understanding of current medical billing and coding standards.

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