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Medical Expenditure Panel Survey has a list of priority conditions (A3-1, last page):

LIST OF CONDITIONS ASKED IN PRIORITY CONDITIONS ENUMERATION SECTION

  • Angina/Angina Pectoris

    Arthritis

    Asthma

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)/Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

    Cancer/Malignancy

    Chronic Bronchitis

    Coronary Heart Disease

    Diabetes/Sugar Diabetes

    Emphysema

    Heart Attack/Myocardial Infarction (MI)

    High Cholesterol

    Hypertension/High Blood Pressure

    Joint Pain

    Other Heart Disease (not coronary heart disease, angina, or heart attack)

    Stroke/Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)/Mini-stroke

I would like to filter out any non-priority conditions events then group by priority condition. The conditions are given in a table with ranges of 2-3 digit CCS codes. The latest (2017) MEPS data provides a reference to a mapping provided by HCUPS to convert the ICD10 codes to CCSR. However the CCSR codes in the mapping are 3 char + 3 digit. How can I get the groups of ICD-10 codes which map to a priority condition by the 2-3 digit CCS codes given in the MEPS conditions table?

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I am looking for any reasonable method to group the events into those pertaining to one of the priority conditions.

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Apparently HCUPS provides a comparison of of the CCSR for ICD-10-CM Diagnoses, v2019.1, to the Beta Version of the CCS for ICD-10-CM Diagnoses, v2019.1. I believe this version (v2019.1) is the version used in the 2017 condition file.

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Do a text match, then do manual cleaning. No easy solution. If you tell me what you are using I can help with a regex.

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  • can you provide more context or details in your answer? – albert Mar 13 at 18:12
  • Just show me what you're using to develop this – user23627 Mar 13 at 21:38
  • i'm not asking the question. i'm trying to mod your response which has been flagged. i appreciate you offering to help, but at this point its not helpful. – albert Mar 15 at 20:13

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