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Hospitals and other healthcare facilities index healthcare data by referring to a classification system published by who?
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) & International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM)
Which ICD-9-CM volume contains the tabular list of disease and injuries?
Volume 1
What 3 major subdivisions are contained in volume 1?
1. Classification of Diseases and Injuries
2. Supplementary Classifications (V codes and E codes)
3. Appendices
Of the 3 major subdivisions contained in volume 1 which subdivision contains 17 chapters that classify conditions according to etiology or by specific anatomical system?
Classification of diseases and injuries.
cause of disease
etiology
Each chapter of volume 1 is structured into what 3 subdivisions?
sections, categories, and subcategories.
Of the 3 format subdivisions in volume 1 which consists of a group of three-digit categories that represent a single disease entity or a group of similar or closely related conditions?
Ex) DISORDERS OF THE THYROID GLAND (240-246)
Section
Ex) DISORDERS OF THE THYROID GLAND (240-246)
From each chapter of volume 1 which format subdivision is a three-digit representation of a single disease entity or a group of similar or closely related conditions?

ex) 520 Disorders of tooth development and eruption.
Categories
From each chapter of volume 1 which format subdivision consists of a fourth-digit to provide more specificity regarding the etiology, site or manifestation.
ex) 476.1 chronic larynotracheitis
Subcategory
T/F
Are fourth-digit subcategories are collapsible to the three-digit level?
True
A three-digit code cannot be assigned if a category has been subdivided and fourth digits are available?
True
Format that provides even greater specificity. Instructions for use of this format appear at the beginning of a chapter, a section, a three-digit category or a fourth-digit category.
Fifth-digit subclassification