What’s Your Funniest ICD-10 Code? Contest
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April 2014: “R46.1 – Bizarre personal appearance,” submitted by Jackie T.
March 2014: “V97.33XD – Sucked into jet engine, subsequent encounter,” submitted by Amber H.
February 2014: “W59.22XD – Struck by a turtle, subsequent encounter,” submitted by Thomas K.
Every month, we’ll reward the funniest ICD-10 code submitted by our readers with a $10 Starbucks gift card and a copy of Struck by Orca, a humorous, illustrated look at ICD-10. From “Attacked by polar bear” to “Burn due to water-skis on fire, subsequent encounter,” we want to hear all the funny ICD-10 codes you can come up with – but you must include the correct coding!
This month’s contest is now closed for voting! The winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 29th.
Vote now for your favorite! Voting stays open until April 28th. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 29th.
Vote for the funniest ICD-10 Code
- Y37.331 - Military operations involving flamethrower, civilian (0%)
- X96.3 - Assault by fertilizer bomb (17%)
- R46.1 - Bizarre personal appearance (50%)
- X96.2XXA - Assault by letter bomb, initial encounter (0%)
- Y92.72 - Injured in a chicken coop (33%)
March’s contest is now closed for entries! Voting will begin on Monday, March 24th.
Submit your entry by April 21 for this month’s contest! Make your funny ICD-10 codes part of your practice’s training program, and involve the whole team. Submit your entry today!