County Staff & Providers
Welcome to the Provider Information Portal!
As the Administrative Services Organization (ASO) for the County of San Diego, Optum works to improve the services we provide to the San Diego behavioral health community.
The services we offer on this site will support providers in assisting clients and their families to recover and maintain emotional health.
We welcome feedback and comments to help us improve our services.
Postpartum Mental Health Resource
The following grid highlights postpartum services identified by San Diego providers. Please assist us in keeping this information comprehensive and current by directing any updated to Mary Grace with Public Health at 619-542-4178 or email@example.com
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is a common framework and languages to report, compile, use and compare health information. In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) took responsibility for ICD with the sixth revision. WHO updates the ICD periodically to reflect current epidemiology and medical understanding of disease (i.e., ICD-7 through 10).
As of October 1, 2015 the International Classification of Diseases, 10th revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) will be required for all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) covered entities. In addition to the ICD 10 codes revision, a new functionality for progress notes has been designed and will be implemented on October 1, 2015. It's called Diagnosis at Service or DAS, which requires anyone claiming for a service to select the diagnoses that are the focus of each service.
The County of San Diego has provided the following resources and documents for the implementation of ICD-10-CM and Diagnosis at Service:
- ICD-10 Crosswalk version 2 1 9-28-15 with V Codes.xlsx
- County Webinar ICD-10-CM Q&A Final 9-11-15.docx
- ICD 10 and DAS FINAL 9-21-2015.pdf
- ICD 10 DAS Tip Sheet 09.2015.docx
- Diagnosis Form 7 15 15.docx
- Individual Service Record Rev 8-27-15.doc
Psychotropic Medication Guidelines for Children and Youth in Foster Care
These guidelines were designed by the State of California to ensure the appropriate utilization of psychotropic medications provided to children and youth involved with County child welfare and probation agencies. The checklists included were developed to allow consideration of all pertinent concerns and are not only effective for prescribing psychotropic medication in this specific population but a useful guide for the use of these medications in all children and youth.