Icd 10 concussion

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Concussion S06.0-

concussion with other intracranial injuries classified in subcategories

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.1

Traumatic cerebral edema

    2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
Applicable To
  • Diffuse traumatic cerebral edema
  • Focal traumatic cerebral edema
S06.1- to

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.6

Traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage

    2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
Use Additional
  • code, if applicable, for traumatic brain compression or herniation (S06.A-)
S06.6- ,

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.81

Injury of right internal carotid artery, intracranial portion, not elsewhere classified

    2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
S06.81- and

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.82

Injury of left internal carotid artery, intracranial portion, not elsewhere classified

    2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
S06.82- code to specified intracranial injury
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2022 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.0X0A

  1. ICD-10-CM Codes
  2. S00-T88 Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
  3. S00-S09 Injuries to the head
  4. S06- Intracranial injury
  5. 2022 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.0X0A

Concussion without loss of consciousness, initial encounter

    2016201720182019202020212022Billable/Specific Code
  • S06.0X0A is a billable/specific ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.
  • The 2022 edition of ICD-10-CM S06.0X0A became effective on October 1, 2021.
  • This is the American ICD-10-CM version of S06.0X0A - other international versions of ICD-10 S06.0X0A may differ.
The following code(s) above S06.0X0A contain annotation back-references
Annotation Back-References
In this context, annotation back-references refer to codes that contain:
  • Applicable To annotations, or
  • Code Also annotations, or
  • Code First annotations, or
  • Excludes1 annotations, or
  • Excludes2 annotations, or
  • Includes annotations, or
  • Note annotations, or
  • Use Additional annotations
that may be applicable to S06.0X0A:
  • S00-T88
    2022 ICD-10-CM Range S00-T88

    Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
    Note
    • Use secondary code(s) from Chapter 20, External causes of morbidity, to indicate cause of injury. Codes within the T section that include the external cause do not require an additional external cause code
    Use Additional
    • code to identify any retained foreign body, if applicable (Z18.-)

    Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
  • S00-S09
    2022 ICD-10-CM Range S00-S09

    Injuries to the head
    Code Also
    • for any associated infection
    Includes
    • injuries of ear
    • injuries of eye
    • injuries of face [any part]
    • injuries of gum
    • injuries of jaw
    • injuries of oral cavity
    • injuries of palate
    • injuries of periocular area
    • injuries of scalp
    • injuries of temporomandibular joint area
    • injuries of tongue
    • injuries of tooth
    Type 2 Excludes
    • burns and corrosions (T20-T32)
    • effects of foreign body in ear (T16)
    • effects of foreign body in larynx (T17.3)
    • effects of foreign body in mouth NOS (T18.0)
    • effects of foreign body in nose (T17.0-T17.1)
    • effects of foreign body in pharynx (T17.2)
    • effects of foreign body on external eye (T15.-)
    • frostbite (T33-T34)
    • insect bite or sting, venomous (T63.4)

    Injuries to the head
  • S06
    ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06

    Intracranial injury

      2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
    Code Also
    • any associated:
    • open wound of head (S01.-)
    • skull fracture (S02.-)
    Note
    • 7th characters D and S do not apply to codes in category S06 with 6th character 7 - death due to brain injury prior to regaining consciousness, or 8 - death due to other cause prior to regaining consciousness.
    Intracranial injury
  • S06.0
    ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06.0

    Concussion

      2016201720182019202020212022Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
    Type 1 Excludes
    • concussion with other intracranial injuries classified in subcategories S06.1- to S06.6- , S06.81- and S06.82- code to specified intracranial injury
    Concussion
Approximate Synonyms
  • Concussion with no loss of consciousness
  • Concussion without loss of consciousness
  • Mild traumatic brain injury with no loss of consciousness
  • Mild traumatic brain injury without loss of consciousness
ICD-10-CM S06.0X0A is grouped within Diagnostic Related Group(s) (MS-DRG v39.0):
  • 088 Concussion with mcc
  • 089 Concussion with cc
  • 090 Concussion without cc/mcc
  • 963 Other multiple significant trauma with mcc
  • 964 Other multiple significant trauma with cc
  • 965 Other multiple significant trauma without cc/mcc

Convert S06.0X0A to ICD-9-CM

Code History
  • 2016 (effective 10/1/2015): New code (first year of non-draft ICD-10-CM)
  • 2017 (effective 10/1/2016): No change
  • 2018 (effective 10/1/2017): No change
  • 2019 (effective 10/1/2018): No change
  • 2020 (effective 10/1/2019): No change
  • 2021 (effective 10/1/2020): No change
  • 2022 (effective 10/1/2021): No change
ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To S06.0X0A
S05.91XD …… subsequent encounter
S05.92 Unspecified injury of left eye and orbit
S05.92XA …… initial encounter
S05.92XD …… subsequent encounter
S06.0X0 Concussion without loss of consciousness
S06.0X0A …… initial encounter
S06.0X0D …… subsequent encounter
S06.0X1 Concussion with loss of consciousness of 30 minutes or less
S06.0X1A …… initial encounter
S06.0X1D …… subsequent encounter
S06.0X9 Concussion with loss of consciousness of unspecified duration
S06.0X9A …… initial encounter
S06.0X9D …… subsequent encounter

Reimbursement claims with a date of service on or after October 1, 2015 require the use of ICD-10-CM codes.

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A seventh character has been added to some chapters of ICD-10-CM. The meanings of the seventh character vary across chapters and categories, though. The language of each applicable ICD-10-CM category will identify the necessity to usea seventh character. The applicable seventh character is required for all codes within certain categories, or as the notes in the tabular lists instruct. A code that has an applicable seventh character is considered invalid without the seventh character. Such characters also always must be the seventh characters in the data field, and if the code is not of sufficient length, a placeholder of “x” is required to fill empty characters.

Below is an excerpt from the 2012 ICD-10-CM Tabular List, in which a seventh character is required for all codes within category S06. For example, S06.0X0 is invalid without a seventh character of A, D, or S (i.e., S06.0X0A, S06.0X0D, and S06.0x0S are valid codes).

S06   Intracranial injury

Includes: Traumatic brain injury

Code also Any associated:

open wound of head (S01.-)

skull fracture (S02.-)

Excludes: Head injury NOS (S09.90)

The appropriate seventh character is to be added to each code from category S06

A - Initial encounter

D - Subsequent encounter

S - Sequela

S06.0  Concussion

Commotio cerebri

Excludes: Concussion with other intracranial injuries classified in category S06 (code to

specified intracranial injury)

S06.0X    Concussion

S06.0X0     Concussion without loss of consciousness

S06.0X1     Concussion with loss of consciousness of 30 minutes or less

S06.0X2     Concussion with loss of consciousness of 31 minutes to 59 minutes

S06.0X3     Concussion with loss of consciousness of 1 hour to 5 hours 59 minutes

S06.0X4     Concussion with loss of consciousness of 6 hours to 24 hours

S06.0X5     Concussion with loss of consciousness greater than 24 hours with return to

preexisting conscious level

S06.0X6     Concussion with loss of consciousness greater than 24 hours without return to

preexisting conscious level with patient surviving

S06.0X7      Concussion with loss of consciousness of any duration with death due to brain

injury prior to regaining consciousness

S06.0X8      Concussion with loss of consciousness of any duration with death due to other

cause prior to regaining consciousness

S06.0X9      Concussion with loss of consciousness of unspecified duration

Concussion NOS

There are numerous seventh-character coding requirements in ICD-10-CM Chapter 19 (Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes S00-T88). The good news is that the firsthealthcare facility where a patient receives care for an injury or poisoning is likely to have the most comprehensive documentation needed for coding. For example:

First Visit for Concussion: In the USA Medical Center emergency room (ER) record, the ER physician documents that a “22-year-old intoxicated man was admitted to the ER with a concussion,” and that “his friends report that he was unconscious for two minutes.”


First Visit ICD-10-CM Concussion Code: The hospital’s coding specialist now has sufficient documentation to code the concussion as S06.0X1A (concussion with loss of consciousness of 30 minutes or less, initial encounter).

Assigning specific injury and poisoning codes for which seventh characters are required may be problematic, however, when the patient is seen for subsequent additional care (such as for aftercare or complications). For example:

Second Visit for Concussion: Three days after suffering the concussion, the 22-year-old man goes to University Hospital’s Walk-In Medical Clinic because he needs a follow-up visit and a doctor’s note before he can return to his job. Due to his intoxication at the time of the concussion, the man tells the clinic doctor that he can’t remember the duration of his unconsciousness. The clinic doctor simply documents “follow-up visit for concussion with loss of consciousness.” University Hospital’s coding specialist has no other documentation about the concussion, so she queries the clinic physician, who tells her that he has no other information about the patient’s concussion (and that the patient initially was seen in another hospital’s ER after his injury).

Second Visit ICD-10-CM Concussion Code: The coding specialist assigns code S06.0X9D (concussion with loss of consciousness of unspecified duration, subsequent encounter).

This scenario will not be uncommon when a coding specialist is coding a case for a patient whose original injury or poisoning initially was treated in another facility. For that matter, the reporting of seventh-character codes itself can be time-consuming even if the patient initially was seen in the same facility, because the coding specialist may need to locate and access the previous medical record for the initial injury or poisoning.

In the absence of a regional electronic health information exchange (HIE) that includes all healthcare providers and patients, this issue clearly will require coding managers to develop policies and procedures for the seventh-character coding of injuries and poisonings.

A sample policy and procedure is provided below – however, this should not be implemented in any facility without proper approval by authorized staff (i.e. a coding director or coding manager).

POLICY: Seventh-Character Coding when Unspecific Documentation is Provided

EFFECTIVE DATE: 10/1/14

PROCEDURE:

When a seventh character is required for ICD-10-CM coding and an unspecified code is the tentative code assignment because the level of detail needed for a specific code is not provided, please follow the procedures below.

I.     If the patient’s first visit for the injury or poisoning occurred at another facility:

  • Query the attending physician for the specific clinical information needed.
  • If the attending physician doesn’t have the specific clinical information, use the Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform if the patient’s original provider is documented in the chart and is also a member of the HIE (NOTE: there may be a separate policy and procedure for coding using the HIE platform).
  • Use the unspecified ICD-10-CM code with the appropriate seventh character if the query and HIE do not provide the level of detail needed for a more specific code assignment.

II.    If the patient’s first visit for the injury or poisoning occurred at this facility:

  • Search the previous electronic health records (EHRs) for this patient and locate the visit for the first episode of care associated with this injury or poisoning.
  • In the previous EHR, locate the specific document or form that provides the specificity needed to code the current visit for this patient (i.e. the history and physical, radiology report, etc.).
  • Copy and paste the specific document or form into the current EHR for this patient. This information is needed to support the coding for the current visit.
  • Assign the specific ICD-10-CM code with the appropriate seventh character.

Please understand that this is just one example of a policy to address this issue – the key is to address it now so you’ll be ready and compliant on Oct. 1, 2014.

About the Author

Lolita M. Jones, RHIA, CCS, is the principal of Lolita M. Jones Consulting Services (LMJCS), founded in October 1998 in Fort Washington, MD. Ms. Jones has over 25 years of experience in coding and consulting. She started preparing for the implementation of ICD-10-CM/PCS by going back to school. In February 2010, she completed anatomy and physiology I, anatomy and physiology II, and pathophysiology classes at the University of Phoenix on-line. These biomedical courses are critical to a successful understanding and application of the ICD-10 diagnosis and procedure codes. In April 2010, Ms. Jones attended the 2nd Annual ICD-10-CM Summit held in Washington, DC, and in June 2010 she attended the ICD-10-CM Academy in Boston, MA. On September 12, 2010, Ms. Jones became an AHIMA-approved ICD-10-CM/PCS trainer.

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HFact Sheet: Coding Guidance for Traumatic Brain Injury

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IMPORTANT NOTE: This Fact Sheet denotes use of International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) codes effective October 1, 2015. ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF THIS FACT SHEET ARE RESCINDED.

BACKGROUND: The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) has a need, to the best of its ability, to uniquely identify and report on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), its conditions, syndrome, and symptoms resulting from such injuries. VHA in conjunction with Department of Defense (DOD) have championed the development of TBI codes to more accurately capture and reflect TBI and its effects.

CODING THE INITIAL ENCOUNTER: The ICD-10-CM codes will now provide the specificity of initial, subsequent, and/or sequela to describe the injury; however the seventh character of A will be used to identify the first time the patient is seen for the injury, regardless of when the injury took place. If an injury occurred in the past several months or even years prior but the patient has never sought treatment for the injury previously, the first time the patient is SEEN for the injury is considered the initial treatment.

An initial encounter does not refer to the first time the patient is seen by each clinician for that particular TBI. Rather, an initial encounter is defined as the first time the patient is seen by any medical professional for the TBI, regardless of when the injury took place even if it occurred several weeks, months or years prior to the encounter, and for additional encounters where the patient is receiving “active treatment” as defined in the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting. Clinical documentation must clearly indicate that the encounter coded is the initial encounter for that particular injury.

For ICD-10-CM the appropriate 7th character will be added to the code to indicate the type of encounter:

  • A initial encounter will be used while the patient is receiving active treatment for the condition

  • D subsequent encounter will be used for encounters after the patient has received active treatment of the condition and receiving routine care for the condition during the healing or recovery phase

  • S sequela will be used for complications that arise as a direct result of the condition

Initial Encounter: Veteran is seen for the first time at a VA facility for memory problems, as well as any additional encounters where the patient is receiving “active treatment”. During the history the practitioner determines, on the basis of Veteran's self-report, that there was brief loss of consciousness less than 30 minutes due to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast. There is no evidence in the record of skull fracture. The Veteran reports that he has never sought treatment for the condition which is now causing significant problems at work. The practitioner selects the codes TBI Not Otherwise Specified (NOS) with loss of consciousness of 30 minutes or less, initial encounter (S06.9X1A) and the codes the for memory loss NOS (R41.3), and war operations involving explosion of improvised explosive device (IED), military personnel (Y36.230A).

ICD-10 now codes based on loss of consciousness (LOC) time after the injury. In order to ensure the most accurate and appropriate level of coding, documentation must clearly state if there was an LOC due to the injury and the duration of the LOC. If documentation does not clearly define the LOC then unspecified state of consciousness must be coded. Please refer to your Health Information Management Coding Department for further guidance.

FOLLOW UP CARE (Subsequent/Sequela Encounter): Subsequent encounter designation will be used for encounters after the patient has received active treatment of the condition and is receiving routine care for the condition during the healing or recovery phase, and sequela (late effect) designation will be used for complications that arise as a direct result of the condition. For follow up visits for late effects directly related to a previous TBI, the symptom code(s) that best represents the patient's chief complaint or symptom(s) (e.g., headache, insomnia, vertigo) are coded, followed by the appropriate late effect code or sequela code. This will be the initial TBI injury code with the seventh character of S for sequela. Late effects include any symptom or sequelae of the injury specified as such, which may occur at any time after the onset of the injury. The External Causes of Morbidity (V01-Y99) code will also need to be added with a seventh character of S.

The pairing of the symptom code and the late effect code is the ONLY WAY that symptoms can be causally and uniquely associated with TBI and is essential to the accurate classification of TBI.

REHABILITATION: For TBI patients who receive inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation, the first-entered diagnosis is the purpose of the appropriate condition for which the rehabilitation service is being performed (e.g. neurological deficits, hemiparesis, etc.) and then the appropriate TBI code with the seventh character of D for subsequent encounter or S for sequela (S06.2, S06.3, or S06.9). The External Causes of Morbidity (V01-Y99) code will also need to be added with a seventh character of S.

USE of Z87.820 CODE: Z87.820 Personal history of traumatic brain injury was developed to indicate that previous TBI occurred and may impact current care. The Z87.820 code is not used in conjunction with the late effect codes; rather the Z code is used when no other code is available to reflect a previous TBI. Normally, the Z87.820 code is used to identify a personal history of injury with or without a confirmed diagnosis. A history of an illness, even if no longer present, is important information that may alter the type of treatment ordered.

TBI SCREENING: Code Z13.850 should be used if TBI screening occurs at a visit, whether or not the screening is positive. A TBI diagnosis code should not be entered for a positive screen since a positive TBI screen does not indicate a TBI diagnosis. A TBI diagnosis code can only be entered for the encounter at which the diagnosis is made.

Examples of ICD-10-CM Codes Typically Associated with TBI

Acute Injuries

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Series CodeDescription
S02.0xxFractures of vault of skull—requires a seventh character for type of encounter and healing
S02.1Fractures of base of skull—requires two digits and a seventh character
S06.0Concussion—requires two digits and a seventh character
S06.1Traumatic cerebral edema—requires two digits and a seventh character
S06.2Diffuse traumatic brain injury—requires two digits and a seventh character
S06.30Focal traumatic brain injury—requires an additional digit and a seventh character
S06.31Contusion and laceration of right cerebrum—requires an additional digit and a seventh character
S06.32Contusion and laceration of left cerebrum—requires an additional digit and a seventh character
S06.33Contusion and laceration of cerebrum, unspecified—requires an additional digit and a seventh character
S09.xUnspecified intracranial injury (TBI NOS)—requires an additional digit and a seventh character

Late Effect Codes or Sequela

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Series CodeDescription
S06.2Diffuse traumatic brain injury—requires two digits and a seventh character of S
S06.30Focal traumatic nrain injury—requires an additional digit and a seventh character of S
S09.xUnspecified intracranial injury (TBI NOS)—requires an additional digit and a seventh character of S

Symptoms Involving Emotional State

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ICD-10 CodeSymptom
R45.0Nervousness
R45.4Irritability and anger
R45.87Impulsiveness
R45.86Emotional lability
R45.3Demoralization and apathy
R45.89Other signs and symptoms involving emotional state

Symptoms Involving Cognitive Function and Awareness

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ICD-10 CodeSymptom
R41.840Attention and concentration deficit
R41.841Cognitive communication deficit
R41.842Visuospatial deficit
R41.843Psychomotor deficit
R41.844Frontal lobe and executive function deficit
R41.89Other signs and symptoms involving cognitive functions and awareness

Note: Memory deficits will be coded as R41.3.

Physical Effects of TBI

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ICD-10 CodeDescription
G44.301Posttraumatic headache, unspecified, intractable
G44309Posttraumatic headache, unspecified, not intractable
G44.321Chronic posttraumatic headache, unspecified, intractable
G44.329Chronic posttraumatic headache, unspecified, not intractable
R42.Dizziness
R43.0Loss of smell (anosmia)
R43.8Other disturbance of smell and taste
R47.82Fluency disorder conditions classified elsewhere
R47.81Slurred speech
R56.1Posttraumatic seizures

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Review all existing documentation, including that from outside sources, to ensure that a previous TBI code has not been assigned. Clarify the patient's documented symptoms by answering the below questionsSeverity of TBI
Duration: Has the symptom existed for days, weeks, or months? Has the symptom occurred only intermittently? Are there times of the day when the symptom(s) is worse? Particularly with regard to pain and fatigue, can the patient define if these symptoms occur 2 or 3 days per month or constantly?The below diagnostic criteria does not predict functional or rehabilitative outcome of the patient. The level of injury is based on the status of the patient at the time of injury, based on observable signs such as level of consciousness, posttraumatic amnesia and coma scaling.
Onset: Can the patient recall exactly how the symptoms began? Were the triggering events, either physical or emotional? Was the onset subtle and gradual, or are there changing patterns?
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Location: Is the symptom localized or diffuse? Can the patient localize the symptom by pointing to it? If the pain is diffuse, does it involve more than one body area or quadrant?AOC – Alteration of consciousness/mental state
LOC – Loss of consciousness
PTA – Post-traumatic amnesia
GCS – Glasgow Coma Scale
Comorbidity: Does the patient have any diagnosed co-existing diagnoses? What is the relationship between the onset and severity of the co-existing illnesses and the symptoms of fatigue and/or pain? Are there co-morbid diagnoses? Are there new changes to the patient's weight, mood, or diet?
Previous Episodes: If the symptoms are episodic, what is the pattern with regard to timing, intensity, triggering events, and response to treatment?Additional Procedure Coding for TBI Care
Intensity and Impact: How severe are the symptoms (1–10 rating scale)? Ask the patient to describe any new limitations they have experience compared to their usual life-style, such as limitations in physical endurance or strength (e.g. climbing stairs, shopping, or sleep quality).If the psychomotor Neurobehavioral Status Exam is completed, the provider should also utilize the CPT code 96116. This code includes the time for testing, interpreting, and a written report must be prepared. Coding is completed in 1-hr units but anything less than an hour is claimed as 1 unit. Documentation must include clinically indicated portions of an assessment of thinking, reasoning and judgment (e.g., attention, acquired knowledge, language, memory and problem solving).
Previous Treatment and Medications: Request that patient bring copies of previous medical records regarding treatment of injury, or have patient authorize VA to receive copies and/or discuss medical history with previous clinician. Ask that the patient bring their medications bottles with them and document them within CPRS. Discuss with the patient which mediations have or have not been helpful.Documentation Questions retrieved from the tables in the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Concussion/mTBI 2.0, Retrieved August 5, 2015, from VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines
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Concussion / Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

ICD-10-CM Code S06.0X0A
Concussion without loss of consciousness, initial encounter

Concussion, from the Latin concutere ("to shake violently") or concussus ("action of striking together"), is the most common type of traumatic brain injury. The terms mild brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI), mild head injury (MHI), minor head trauma, and concussion may be used interchangeably, although the last is often treated as a narrower category. Although the term "concussion" is still used in sports literature as interchangeable with "MHI" or "MTBI", the general clinical medical literature now uses "MTBI" instead. In this article, "concussion" and "MTBI" are used interchangeably. Frequently defined as a head injury with a temporary loss of brain function, concussion causes a variety of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms, which may not be recognized if subtle.

Specialty:Neurology
MeSH Code: D001924
ICD 9 Code:850

Acceleration (g-forces) can exert rotational forces in the brain, especially the midbrain and diencephalon.

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