1) ICD Significant Injury Map v2.0 – Dated: 1 August 2018 2) ICD ISS Map v2.0 – Dated: 1 August 2018 If you have an older version and need an update, please contact the AAAM office at (847) 844-3880 or send an email to email@example.com.
It is important to recognize that ICD diagnosis codes and AIS severity codes were developed for two very different purposes. ICD diagnosis codes were developed to classify and code diagnoses and symptoms. AIS is a scoring system used to identify the severity of a single injury based on anatomical derangement. AIS codes are generally much more
ICD external cause codes have no effect on AIS and are not a consideration in the mapping.
Yes, the map includes translation for both ICD-9 (800 – 959.9) and ICD-10 (S00-T88.9) codes to AIS severity using AIS08. The map focuses only on ICD traumatic injury codes and includes the clinical modifications while also providing a translation for 3 and 4-digit codes.
Detailed instructions: ISS, NISS and MAIS Mapping with AAAM’s ICD ISS Map
AIS derived scores are generated through automated translation of the ICD diagnoses using a computer software package that links to the ICDMap tables. Though an ICDMAP conversion program is not a perfect tool for providing precise information on injury severity, it allows scoring of injury when the number of cases makes it impractical to code
Maintenance of the ICDMap will be performed annually to support the community at large and respond to changes in the ICD. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
The mapping data tables cannot be non-proprietary because the AIS content is protected by copyright and is available only through licensing from the AAAM. Since the maintenance and updating of the AIS is accomplished through the AAAM, which is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the map is available for a nominal fee. Additionally, any organization that
AAAM is able to issue commercial licenses to companies wishing to incorporate and distribute the ICDMap in their software products for sale to customers in certain countries. The license is non-exclusive, non-transferable and time-limited. The license authorizes the use of the ICDMap in a product that will be distributed to customers in specific countries. Licensees
AAAM is able to issue internal licenses to organizations wishing to incorporate ICDMap into their internal information systems for use by employees for use for administrative purposes e.g. health records management. Companies wishing to obtain an internal license are asked to provide the following information and send this to email@example.com Name and address of organization.