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The code set expanded from five positions to seven positions. ICD-10 code uses alphanumeric characters in all positions except the first position. The new code set offer significant increase in reporting and terminology has been made consistent in the code set. There are codes which are a combination of symptoms and diagnoses, therefore fewer codes have to be reported to describe a condition fully.
 
The most significant concern in the ICD-9 to ICD-10 transition is that there is no translation or simple mapping from former to latter. There are many-to-many, many-to-one, one-to-many or no correspondence. The ICD-10 code set can be used to report strategies on inpatient hospital claims. Some other code sets can be used to report procedures for other kinds of claims.
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