Pediatric ICD-10-CM: A Manual for Provider-Based Coding is the product of the efforts of many dedicated individuals. First and foremost,
we must thank Cindy Hughes, CPC, CFPC, consulting editor, for her professional input and particularly for her ongoing work to make this
manual more user-friendly.
We would also like to thank members of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Committee on Coding and Nomenclature, past
and present, and the AAP Coding Publications Editorial Advisory Board. The members of these committees have contributed extensive
time in reviewing and editing content of this manual.
Eileen D. Brewer, MD, FAAP
Jamie Calabrese, MD, CPC, FAAP
David M. Kanter, MD, CPC, FAAP
Edward A. Liechty, MD, FAAP
Jeffrey F. Linzer Sr, MD, FACEP, FAAP
Richard A. Molteni, MD, FAAP
Julia M. Pillsbury, DO, FAAP
Lynn Wegner, MD, FAAP
We would also like to extend a very special thank-you to members of various subspecialty sections of the AAP who contributed their
expertise and knowledge to the development of the original manual.
Margaret Ikeda, MD, FAAP, Section on Infectious Diseases
Robert Squires, MD, FAAP, Section on Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Kupper A. Wintergerst, MD, FAAP, Section on Endocrinology
Jane Lynch, MD, FAAP, Section on Endocrinology
Lastly, we would like to acknowledge the tireless work of Jeffrey F. Linzer Sr, MD, FACEP, FAAP. Dr Linzer is the official AAP liaison
to the ICD Coordination and Maintenance Committee and member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM and
ICD-10-PCS. Dr Linzer is an advocate for pediatrics and pediatric conditions and ensures that our issues are heard. He is an advocate
for all pediatric patients in helping codes get established for conditions that need to be tracked for purposes of research and quality. Dr
Linzer keeps the AAP and pediatric issues at the forefront of diagnostic coding, and we are very grateful for his time and expertise!
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