Home of the ICD-10 Reference List and the famous 100 Drugs List

To learn the basics of the ICD-10, Click Here.

DSM-5 is not needed for billing or record keeping.

Download How to Use the ICD-10 

Click HERE for our information-packed 4 page guide.

Most importantly you will appreciate the power of its Z-codes to do holistic/comprehensive/professional/biopsychosocial diagnosing and care.

To See a Sample Page of our ICD-10 Reference List, Click Here

An Electronic Version of the ICD-10 Reference List is now available.

Do you want this Reference List on your computer? You can now have the List as a .pdf file which will work on any computer or platform (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, etc.) Cost: $18 ($27 minus the costs of printing, inventory, mailing supplies, postage, labor, etc.) You can have both the Laminated and Bound version AND the electronic version for a discounted price of $42.

Do you already have our ICD-10 Reference List?

The ICD is revised yearly. For 2017 about 220 diagnostic labels from the DSM-5 were added. No, you don’t need to buy the list again. Click here to download our three page ICD Update 2016 Smaller changes were made in the following years. Click here for the update starting Oct. 1, 2018.

Do get our free and current Reference Listing of 100 Common Psychiatric Meds with good info – our Famous “100 Drugs” list.
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For twenty years Ed Zuckerman, PhD, has developed simple, practical, inexpensive, and transparently useful tools for his fellow clinicians.