BC2011_Wk1_SBS_Assignment - BC2011 Week 1 SBS Worksheet...

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BC2011: Week 1 SBS Worksheet About Now that you have completed the activity and your book is tabbed, answer the following questions. Before completing this assignment, you will want to tab your book. Review the ICD -10-CM Tabbing video for help with tabbing your book. Part 1: Workbook Chapter 2 10 points Directions to complete Part 1: Step by Step Workbook Chapter 2: Using your Step by Step Workbook, answer questions 1-22 from Chapter 2. Below is the information on how to access the GEM files on the CMS website to complete questions 11-22. (See next page to continue)
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BC2011: Week 1 SBS Worksheet Answer True or False for questions 1 -10. Question Answer 1. ICD-10 replaces I-9 Volumes 1 and 2. true 2. Mapping is a type of crosswalk to find corresponding diagnosis codes between 1-9 and I-10. true 3. ICD-10 is widely used in Europe. true 4. The National Center for Health Statistices is responsible for the disease classification system in the US. true 5. The 10 th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) was issued in 1989 by the World Health Organization. false 6. The latest update for I-10 was in 2009. true 7. The implementation date for ICD-10 is Oct. 1, 2015. false 8. The I-10 contains 20 chapters. false 9. All I-10 codes start with a letter and can have as many as 7 characters. true 10. GEMS refers to mapping files that crosswalk ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM. true
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