As of October 1, 2015 the ICD 10 codes will replace the ICD 9 codes.
The International Classification of Disease (ICD) 10 will be the preferred method for recording diagnostic codes starting October 1, 2015. Most insurance companies will now require the ICD-10 codes in order to get reimbursed. Not to worry, the transition is not painful!
Start by using the DSM-5 instead of the DSM IV-TR. The DSM-5 lists the ICD-10 codes with an F followed by a number at the left of each diagnosis.