Covered Illnesses

Below are some of the most common illnesses served by our service, listed from most to least frequent - these ailments represent over 80% of physician consultations.

  • Runny nose due to allergy to pollen
  • Runny nose due to allergy to food
  • Runny nose due to allergy to animal hair and dander
  • Runny nose due to other allergen not specified by another code
  • Runny nose with no cause defined
  • Allergy related skin rash
  • Allergy related respiratory
  • Sudden inner ear infection with fluid related to allergies
  • Sudden inner ear infection with mucous due to allergies
  • Sudden inner ear infection with blood due to allergies
  • Asthma caused by exposure to an allergen, allergen not defined
  • asthma, no further information for coding purposes
  • asthma flare up that is not responding to treatment, no further description of the asthma
  • asthma (no defining description) with a recent
  • current flare up
  • Bruise Contusion of face, scalp, and neck except eye(s)
  • contusion of eye and adnexa
  • contusion of trunk
  • contusion of upper limb
  • contusion of lower limb and of other and unspecified sites
  • External ear infection
  • sudden inner ear infection without pus
  • sudden inner ear infection with fluid
  • sudden inner ear infection with blood
  • persistent or reoccurring inner ear infection with fluid reason unknown
  • persistent or recurring inner ear infection with fluid
  • Persistent or recurring inner ear infection with mucous reason unknown
  • not specified disorder of the eustachian tube
  • persistent or chronic inner ear infection without pus not specified/reason unknown
  • inner ear infection without pus not determined if it is sudden or chronic/persistent
  • sudden inner ear infection with pus without ear drum breaking open
  • sudden inner ear infection with pus where the eardrum has broken open on it’s own
  • persistent or recurring inner ear infection with mucous discharge and permanent perforation/open ear drum
  • persistent or recurring inner ear infection with pus no specified reason
  • inner ear infection with pus without specific reason
  • inner ear infection no reason
  • perforation of ear drum no reason
  • earache no reason
  • Sudden red eyes without known cause
  • red eyes with mucous
  • red, itchy eyes due to allergies repeated or occurring over long period of time
  • pink eye
  • conjunctivitis-pink eye
  • General
  • General
  • Respiratory illness due to influenza with other respiratory symptoms
  • Respiratory illness due to influenza with other symptoms
  • Respiratory illness due to Novel influenza A virus with other symptoms
  • Infection specified type of spirochete
  • Infection non-specified
  • vaginal yeast infection
  • yeast infection of nonspecific site
  • Insect bite (no bee, wasp, yellow jacket) of elbow and forearm with no infection
  • Muscular pain nonspecific
  • muscular spasm
  • Ulcerations of gums - mouth - tonsils
  • thrush in mouth
  • oral and dental
  • Illness, discomfort and feeling tired
  • Pain in lower back
  • General pain involving neck
  • General pain limb
  • General pain involving foot/ankle
  • Convulsions
  • Tuberculosis of lungs (bronchi)
  • Sudden inflammation of upper airway (bronchi)
  • Inflammation of upper airway (bronchi) no determination if it is sudden or recurrent -persistent
  • persistent-recurrent inflammation of upper airway (bronchi)
  • Flare up or worsening of upper airway (bronchi) inflammation -production of mucous which is a type of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Persistent or recurrent inflammation of upper airway (bronchi) with sudden bronchial infection
  • Persistent or recurring inflammation of upper airway (bronchi) which isn’t defined by another code
  • Persistent or recurring inflammation or upper airway (bronchi) which isn’t defined
  • Inflammation of upper airway (bronchi) and lung tissue due to fumes and vapors
  • Sudden upper respiratory infection (broad definition of either runny nose, sinusitis, bronchitis, cold,etc.) with multiple sites
  • Sudden upper respiratory infection (broad definition of either runny nose, sinusitis, bronchitis, cold,etc.) with no specified/defined site
  • Respiratory illness with other symptoms of respiratory system (nose, airway, lungs
  • Sudden croup without obstruction
  • Persistent or recurrent inflammation and infection due to organisms
  • Respiratory illness with other symptoms
  • Enlargement of the bronchi (upper airway) tubes due to a long term
  • Disease of lungs due to silica or silicates
  • Inflammation of lung tissue because of inhaled food or vomit
  • Lung congestion and poor decreased circulation
  • Respiratory special
  • Cough only
  • Sudden sinus infection (behind cheekbones)
  • Sudden sinus infection (behind forehead)
  • Sudden sinus infection (behind bridge of nose)
  • Sudden sinus infection (above nose, behind eyes)
  • Other sudden sinus infection
  • Sudden sinusitis not specific (no reason)
  • Persistent or recurrent sinus infection (behind cheekbones)
  • Persistent or recurrent sinus infection (forehead)
  • Persistent or recurrent sinus infection (behind bridge of nose)
  • Persistent or recurrent sinus infection (above nose, behind eyes)
  • Other persistent or recurrent sinusitis area not defined by other codes
  • Persistent or recurrent sinus infection not defined or enough information given to use other code
  • Disease of nose and sinus that is not specified
  • Itchy, red skin and eczema due to chemicals not found in listed codes
  • Itchy red skin and eczema from plant exposure
  • Itchy, red skin and eczema due to specific agent that is not specified in other codes
  • Itchy, red skin and eczema without known cause
  • acne
  • rash with another non specified skin condition
  • Inflammation of infection or vagina and vulva due to unknown cause
  • Genital herpes (STD)
  • Gonorrhea (STD) infection
  • Intestine Intestinal infection with diarrhea
  • Indigestion or upset stomach and other disorders of function of stomach
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Diarrhea, no other symptoms
  • Belly pain near belly button area
  • Strep Throat
  • Sudden sore throat
  • Urinary Tract Infect UTI
  • Painful Urination
  • Exposure to a viral disease that does not have a specific code assigned.