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Appendix D. 2017 Pediatric Coding Resources Exclusively From the AAP
2017 Pediatric Coding Resources
Pediatric Specific, Peer Reviewed, and Newly Updated for 2017
AAP Pediatric Coding
Newsletter™—Practice-tested coding and compliance guidelines from the AAP!
Month after month, AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter™ helps you maximize payment, save time, and imple-
ment best business practices to support quality patient care. Included in this annual subscription product is
print and online access to broad coverage of coding for pediatric primary care and subspecialty services.
Subscribers have priority access to the AAP Coding Hotline, timely updates and alerts on coding changes and
evolving compliance guidelines, convenient continuing education, and much more. Visit http://coding.aap.org
to preview a complete issue.
Principles of Pediatric ICD-10-CM
Coding—Pediatric-speciﬁc guidelines to help code in 10! Implement
ICD-10-CM more effectively with this AAP guidebook. Designed to complement the pediatric ICD-10-CM
code set, it provides the pediatric-speciﬁc knowledge your staff will need to successfully implement the
new code set. Chapters devoted to individual disease categories and organ systems offer expert guidance
for appropriate ICD-10-CM code selection and much more.
Pediatric ICD-10-CM: A Manual for Provider-Based
Coding—A pediatric-speciﬁc, condensed version
of the ICD-10-CM manual! Only pediatric-relevant codes and provider-based guidelines are included in this
manual. With the expansion of codes from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM, the size of the ICD-10-CM manual will
grow, making its use only more difﬁcult over time. By removing the codes and guidelines that do not pertain
to pediatrics and placing those relevant guidelines right alongside the corresponding codes in the tabular
portion of the manual, this version will be the go-to manual for daily use and ease of navigation.
Pediatric Code Crosswalk: ICD-9-CM to
ICD-10-CM! Compare ICD-9-CM AND ICD-10-CM coding and
easily reference common pediatric diagnoses from either code set! Now includes key guidelines, docu-
mentation tips, and full articles from the “Transitioning to 10” series previously published in AAP Pediatric
Coding Newsletter™. This handy time-saving resource will be used again and again as you continue integrat-
ing the ICD-10-CM nomenclature and code set into your practice. This spiral-bound quick reference guide
simpliﬁes the transition process by listing ICD-9-CM codes for the most common pediatric diagnoses right
alongside their ICD-10-CM counterparts.
Quick Reference Guide to Coding Pediatric Vaccines
2017—Newly updated for 2016! This 8½" × 11"
laminated card includes immunization administration codes, code usage guidelines, and access to codes,
manufacturers, and brands for all current pediatric immunizations.
Pediatric Evaluation and Management (E/M) Coding Card 2017
This handy 8½" × 11" card is used for quicker, more accurate E/M reporting. It provides documentation
guidelines for each level of service—including typical times.
The AAP Pediatric Coding Webinars series includes 1-hour live events with pediatric-speciﬁc insights, tips,
and strategies from experienced coding professionals that you can’t afford to miss. For more information on
scheduled 2016 –2017 events or to register today, visit www.aap.org/webinars/coding.
To order these and other pediatric resources, visit shopAAP at http://shop.aap.org/books or call toll-free