With every moment that passes, the practice of medicine becomes increasingly complex. New processes, technologies, and breakthroughs are poised to disrupt current protocols benefiting patients around the world. With these changes, the ways we record diagnoses, document procedures, and report progress must be continually evaluated and modified to improve the accuracy of electronic medical records throughout the patient life-cycle, and to ensure doctors and other healthcare practitioners are appropriately and efficiently compensated for the important work they do. In this Urgent Care Quarterly, we explore coding trends over the last five years as they relate to urgent care. We look at ICD-10, CPT®. and E/M codes to provide greater insight into what these trends mean for on-demand healthcare providers.