Every encounter is an opportunity to partner directly with your patients in ways that support their best overall health. The PROs know that their advice may not always be billable, but the feedback they receive can result in a high ROI for their practice. This includes the ability to appropriately code your encounters at higher levels when a final diagnosis is presented. Discover these updated International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) standards to support new opportunities for the counseling you already provide.
ICD-10 E83: Disorders of Mineral Metabolism
This collection of codes, at this coding-level, are not to be used for reimbursement and serve as an indexing function only.
Billable ICD-10 codes can be found beneath these top-level descriptors to support primary and secondary diagnosis.
E83.0 Copper Metabolism
E83.1 Iron Metabolism
E83.3 Phosphorus Metabolism
E83.4 Magnesium Metabolism
E83.5 Calcium Metabolism
E83.8 Copper Metabolism
ex: Sub-Codes For Reimbursement
E83.2 Zinc Metabolism
E83.40 Unspecified Magnesium Metabolism
E83.49 Other Magnesium Metabolism
ICD-10 E61: Other Nutrient Deficiencies
Individual Nutrient Elementals
E61.0 Copper Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose copper deficiency.
E61.1 Iron Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose iron deficiency.
E61.2 Magnesium Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose magnesium deficiency.
E61.3 Manganese Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose manganesse deficiency.
E61.4 Chromium Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose chromium deficiency.
E61.5 Molybdenum Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose molybdenum deficiency.
E61.6 Vanadium Deficiency
A billable code used to diagnose vanadium deficiency.
Multiple Nutrient Elementals
E61.7 Deficiency of Multiple Nutrient Elements
A billable code used to diagnose multiple nutrient deficiencies.
E61.8 Deficiency of Other Specified Nutrient Elements
A billable code used to diagnose multiple, specified nutrient deficiencies.
E61.9 Deficiency of Nutrient Element, Unspecified
A billable code used to diagnose multiple, unspecified nutrient deficiencies.
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