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I've tried searching the archives, but my browser keeps crashing, so I apologize if this has been discussed before.  I have a provider who asked me to add ICD-10 diagnosis codes to our order form, so outside providers know what to circle.  Aside from the fact that there are just too many codes to do this, I am under the impression that it is a no no to list acceptable diagnosis codes directly on the order form, because this can prompt ordering providers to circle codes that may not apply to their patient.  Does anyone have more knowledge on this subject?  I've been told that we are already toeing the line with our "for example" indications, such as swelling, claudication, etc., but I'd like to know where this information is coming from, so I can give my provider more information than, "Uhhh, I don't think we can do that."

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