800-829 - Fractures
830-839 - Dislocations
840-848 - Sprains and strains of joints and adjacent muscles
850-854 - Intracranial injury, excluding those with skull fracture
860-869 - Internal injury of chest, abdomen and pelvis
870-897 - Open wound
900-904 - Injury to blood vessels
905-909 - Late effect of injuries, poisonings, toxic effects and other external causes
910-919 - Superficial injury
920-924 - Contusion with intact skin surface
925-929 - Crushing injury
930-939 - Effect of foreign body entering through orifice
940-949 - Burns
950-957 - Injury to nerves and spinal cord
958-959 - Certain traumatic complications and unspecified injuries
960-979 - Poisoning by drugs, medicinal and biological substances
980-989 - Toxic effects of substances chiefly nonmedicinal as to source
990-995 - Other and unspecified effects of external causes
996-999 - Complications of surgical and medical care not elsewhere classified
*Incidents are classified on the basis of the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD).
Basic Steps In Determining Off-The-Job Accident Costs
Your Claims Administrator can furnish
total Medical Expenses from an annual summary of ICD-9
Determine Medical Expenses for employees and dependents from annual
summary, if possible. Otherwise, assign Medical Expenses to employees and
dependents based on ratio of employees to total number insured.
Wages Paid To Injured Employees
Step 1: Determine number of cases from annual
summary, if possible. Otherwise, estimate number of cases by dividing total Medical Expenses
for employees by average medical
expenses per workers' compensation case.
Step 2: Estimate lost workdays by multiplying number
of cases by average lost workdays per
workers' compensation case.
Step 3: Estimate Wages Paid by multiplying lost
workdays by average wages paid per day.
Benefits Paid To Injured Employees
Estimate Benefits Paid by multiplying Wages Paid by normal benefits percentage.
Claims Administration Costs
Estimate Claims Administration costs by multiplying
number of cases by average
cost per benefit case.
Estimate based on data from workers' compensation
analyses, if available.