ICD 10: International Classification of Diseases

All health professionals who are required to request, interpret or carry out a clinical diagnosis must have a basic familiarity with the International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition.

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    Summary:
    ICD is a system for classifying the names of diseases, published by the World Health Organization. The tenth edition came into force on October 1st, 2015, and replaces ICD-9.It is the standard diagnostic tool for creating digitized medical records, epidemiology, management of public health policy, and clinical research. Its universal nature makes it the tool of reference for statistical analysis covering the incidence and prevalence of diseases, the progression of epidemics and analysis and organization of treatments in different countries.
    ICD-10 is used by physicians, nurses, suppliers, researchers, hospital administrators, social workers, political decision makers and health insurance company representatives.In addition to allowing diagnostic information to be stored and retrieved for quality, epidemiological and clinical purposes, ICD-10 provides a basis for compiling national mortality and morbidity statistics for the Member States of the World Health Organization. Finally, ICD-10 is used for reimbursing healthcare treatments and allocating resources by the Member States and their administrations such as the NHS, Medicare, and Assurance Maladie.All Member States of the European Union make use of ICD-10, which has been translated into 43 different languages. The majority of countries in the world (117) rely on ICD-10 to publish mortality and morbidity data, which are the main indicators of the effectiveness of public health policies.
    Objective:
    preparing for an audit
    How to ?:
    Dokeos E-learning Suite
    Audience:
    all hospital personnel
    Price:
    400€/learner
    License:
    12 months, minimum 100 users
    Training length:
    30 hours
    Assessment method:
    Online exam and simulation

ICD 10: International Classification of Diseases

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