Adult and Pediatric Sepsis and COVID-19 Data Dictionary, D3.0.2 and D2.0.2, respectively – Minor Revision – ICD-10-CM Code and CSV File Updates
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) is releasing minor revisions to the Adult and Pediatric Sepsis and COVID-19 Data Dictionaries, D3.0.2 and D2.0.2, respectively.
The minor revisions are effective for discharges from 10/01/2022 – 12/31/2022.
ICD-10-CM Code and CSV File Updates:
For the Adult and the Pediatric Sepsis and COVID-19 Data Dictionaries, ICD-10-CM codes have been updated to align with the ICD-10-CM FY 2023 October 1 release (effective 10/01/2022).
ICD-10-CM codes have been updated for the following variables in the Adult and Pediatric Data Dictionaries and associated CSV files: Chronic Liver Disease, Coagulopathy, History of Other Cardiovascular Disease, Immunocompromising, Lymphoma Leukemia Multiple Myeloma, and Suspected Source of Infection.
ICD-10-CM codes for Dementia have been updated in only Adult Data Dictionary 3.0.2 and the associated CSV file.
NYSDOH has also revised all CSV files to include two new columns “ADD” and “REVISE.” These two columns have been added to all CSV files to indicate which ICD-10 codes have been added or revised from the previous release of the Data Dictionary. This change applies to all CSV files for both adult and pediatric reporting.
Please refer to the Adult D3.0.2 and the Pediatric D2.0.2 Summary Change CSV files for a complete list of ICD-10-CM code updates.
Please download the updated data dictionaries, associated CSV files, and Summary Change CSV files at the following link: https://ny.sepsis.ipro.org/data_dictionary.
If you have any questions, please submit a helpdesk ticket at https://ny.sepsis.ipro.org/support.
The NYSDOH Clinical Sepsis Team
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