ICD-10 Codes to Report Three Common Diabetes-Related Skin Disorders [Infographic]

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A fast-growing, chronic disease, diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels, due to a lack of insulin or insulin not working properly. People with high blood sugar level experience several complications and skin disorders are one among them. Some of the common skin disorders include – rashes and blisters, fungal infections and dry, itchy skin. Managing blood sugar level and consuming diabetic medications can help reduce the risk of these skin disorders. When it comes to reporting diagnoses of diabetes-related skin conditions, diabetologists and other physicians can rely on experienced medical billing companies who have extensive knowledge about the codes and related guidelines for accurate claim submissions.

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Diabetes-related Skin Disorders

Natalie Tornese

Holding a CPC certification from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), Natalie is a seasoned professional actively managing medical billing, medical coding, verification, and authorization services at OSI.

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