- Clinical Classification Software for ICD-10-CM
- International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification, 10th Edition, CM
- Single level & Multi Level CCS Diagnosis Codes and Procedures.
- ICD Code
- ICD 10 Data
- ICD 10
- ICD 10 Codes
- ICD 10 Conversion
- ICD 9 to ICD 10
- Clinical Classification Software
- Clinical Classification Software Refined
- Multi-Level 1 CCS Diagnosis Codes
- ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes Description
Clinical Classification Software Refined for ICD-10 CM
The Clinical Classifications Software Refined (CCSR) is one in a family of databases and software tools developed as part of the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP), a Federal-State-Industry partnership sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). HCUP databases, tools, and software inform decision making at the national, state and community levels.
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The Clinical Classifications Software Refined (CCSR) for ICD-10-CM diagnoses aggregates over 70,000 ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes into a manageable number of clinically meaningful categories. The CCSR is based on the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM). The categories are organized across 21 body systems, which generally follow the structure of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis chapters. This initial release of the CCSR replaces the beta version of the CCS for ICD-10-CM diagnoses and applies to all ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes through the fiscal year 2019.
The CCSR for ICD-10-CM diagnoses provides a means by which to identify specific clinical conditions using ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. The CCSR for ICD-10-CM capitalizes on the specificity of the ICD-10-CM coding scheme by creating new clinical categories that did not exist in previous versions of the CCS tool and allowing ICD-10-CM codes to be classified in more than one category. The CCSR is intended to be used analytically to examine patterns of health care in terms of cost, utilization and outcomes, rank utilization by diagnoses, and risk adjust by clinical condition.
The CCSR for ICD-10-CM diagnoses capitalizes on the specificity built into ICD-10-CM codes. The tool maps ICD-10-CM codes into CCSR categories to match the clinical intent of the category description. The CCSR tool creates new clinical categories that did not exist in the beta versions of the CCS for the ICD-10-CM diagnoses tool.
The most substantial difference evident in the CCSR for ICD-10-CM compared with the beta versions of the CCS for ICD-10-CM is that individual ICD-10-CM codes are no longer required to be assigned to one and only one category. Mutually exclusive category assignments have been a design feature of the CCS since its initial release (i.e., each ICD-9-CM diagnosis code was included in one and only one CCS category). However, individual ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes sometimes document (1) multiple conditions or (2) a condition and a common symptom or manifestation. Assigning only one CCSR category for these codes would require prioritizing the assignment (and the preferred hierarchy of conditions might be different for different applications). In addition, ICD-10-CM coding for injuries often distinguish episodes of care (initial encounter, subsequent encounter, sequela).
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|ICD10CM_Code||3 to 7 digit code that uniquely identifies an illness||string||-|
|ICD10CM_Code_Description||Shortened, fixed-length description of the code.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_1||Identifies the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 1.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_1_Description||Description of the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 1.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_2||Identifies the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 2.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_2_Description||Description of the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 2.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_3||Identifies the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 3.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_3_Description||Description of the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 3.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_4||Identifies the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 4.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_4_Description||Description of the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 4.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_5||Identifies the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 5.||string||-|
|CCSR_Category_5_Description||Description of the Clinical Classification Software Refined (CCSR) category 5.||string||-|
|ICD10CM Code||ICD10CM Code Description||CCSR Category 1||CCSR Category 1 Description||CCSR Category 2||CCSR Category 2 Description||CCSR Category 3||CCSR Category 3 Description||CCSR Category 4||CCSR Category 4 Description||CCSR Category 5||CCSR Category 5 Description|
|A000||Cholera due to Vibrio cholerae 01, biovar cholerae||DIG001||Intestinal infection||INF003||Bacterial infections|
|A001||Cholera due to Vibrio cholerae 01, biovar eltor||DIG001||Intestinal infection||INF003||Bacterial infections|
|A009||Cholera, unspecified||DIG001||Intestinal infection||INF003||Bacterial infections|
|A0100||Typhoid fever, unspecified||DIG001||Intestinal infection||INF003||Bacterial infections|
|A0101||Typhoid meningitis||INF003||Bacterial infections||NVS001||Meningitis|
|A0102||Typhoid fever with heart involvement||INF003||Bacterial infections|
|A0103||Typhoid pneumonia||INF003||Bacterial infections||RSP002||Pneumonia (except that caused by tuberculosis)|
|A0104||Typhoid arthritis||INF003||Bacterial infections||MUS001||Infective arthritis|
|A0105||Typhoid osteomyelitis||INF003||Bacterial infections||MUS002||Osteomyelitis|
|A0109||Typhoid fever with other complications||DIG001||Intestinal infection||INF003||Bacterial infections|