Coding for Pesticide-Related Illness
A Toolkit for Coding for Pesticide-Related Illness: Toxic Effects of Pesticide, Signs and Symptoms of Effects of Pesticides (Acute Effects)
Resource Topic: Clinical Issues, Health Information Technology (HIT)/Data, Operations, Special and Vulnerable Populations
Resource Subtopic: Research and Data, Electronic Health Records (EHRs), Administrative Policies, Patient Centered Medical Home.
Keywords: Agricultural Workers, Billing, Clinical Coding, Community Health Workers, Data Collection, Management, and Analytics, Eligible Professionals, Environmental Health, Fees and Charges, Health Care Facilities, Health Insurance, Health Systems, Insurance and Claims, Migrants, Occupational Health and Safety, Partnerships, Payment and Reform, Reimbursement, Rural Health Services, Safety Net Providers, Screening.
Year Developed: 2022
Resource Type: Toolkit
Primary Audience: Administrative Staff
Secondary Audience: Administrative Staff
Sponsored by: National Association of Community Health Centers
University of California Davis (Continuing Professional Education) PERC-med program
(See other resources developed by this organization).
In collaboration with
Oregon State University.
Resource Summary: This guide details the ICD-10-CM codes for the toxic effects and the signs and symptoms for pesticide-related illnesses. This information is pulled from the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting (and other resources). Please refer to the guidelines for additional information. This guide is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical, healthcare or billing advice. Healthcare providers and billing/coding professionals are advised to seek confirmatory information. This is not an exhaustive list nor does it imply etiology. www.pesticideresources.org/med
Resource Details: This pesticide-related illness coding toolkit was developed by PERC-med. PERC-med is the Pesticide Educational Resources Collaborative for Medical Professionals, a 5-year cooperative agreement between the EPA\'s Office of Pesticide Programs and University of California Davis Continuing and Professional Education, in collaboration with Oregon State University. Clinicians, coding experts, and the PERC-med Advisory Board reviewed this resource. This guide is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical, healthcare or billing advice. Healthcare providers and billing/coding professionals are advised to seek confirmatory information. This is not an exhaustive list nor does it imply etiology. www.pesticideresources.org/med