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In my previous article I went into detail about which ICD-10-CM codes would be most likely to replace the 739 primary diagnosis (Chiropractic subluxation) in ICD-9-CM. Using a Medicare local coverage determination (LCD) and the General Equivalence Mappings (GEMs) as a starting point, in this article I will attempt to predict which ICD-10-CM codes will be approved for the secondary cervical diagnoses Medicare uses now. (By the way, I just use the free FindACode app on my iPad to look these up, and you can too.)


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