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Course Name: Health Data Classification and Coding
Semester Ist (2023-2024)
Total marks: 10
TOPIC: History of ICD.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRITING ASSIGNMENT
The content of the assignment must be relevant to the topic and free from plagiarism.
Writing must include an introduction, , detailed history, and summary.
Pages 2-3 only.
LANGUAGE & GRAMMAR
The content should be free of language, grammar and spelling errors.
FORMATTING & LAYOUT
Format style should follow the following criteria:
12 size font with Times New Roman
1.5 line spacing.
Spaces between paragraphs.
Give page numbers.
Keep wide margins
Cover page (Course name, Department, Group Assignment, Level, Group No. Student name and ID )
Rubric for Assessment: 4 Point Rating Scale
DATE OF SUBMISSION
The due date for submission is 24th October 2023. It is strictly advised to submit assignment on the deadline. Marks will be deducted for late submissions.
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Page 1 | 3 College of Public Health Informatics level 9 Name: Jood majed tobigy ID:202103532 Group 413
Page 2 | 3 Introduction The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Health-Related Problems (ICD) is a classification published by the World Health Organization. Diseases, symptoms, signs and causes are classified into six-digit codes. Clinical classifications used to code and classify pathological data in inpatient and outpatient records and in doctors’ offices, and also represent the main list of categories of mental and physical illnesses issued by the World Health Organization. It is usually used for statistical purposes and this list is usually used in most countries that belong to the World Health Organization. The ICD is published by the World Health Organization and is used worldwide for morbidity and mortality statistics, reimbursement systems, and automated decision support in health care. This system is designed to enhance international comparability in the collection, processing, classification and presentation of these statistics. Like the similar Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (which is limited to psychiatric disorders and is almost exclusively limited to the United States). The ICD is the basic statistical-based diagnostic classification system for health care-related issues of the World Health Organization (WHO-FIC) International Classifications Compilation. The ICD code has a fixed structure, with each digit having its own meaning. For example, respiratory diseases are summarized by the letter “J,” codes J40 to J47 indicate chronic diseases of the lower respiratory tract and code J45 indicates asthma. With additional codes after the period, the diagnosis can be determined more precisely: thus, code J45.0 indicates predominantly allergic asthma and code J45.1 indicates non-allergic asthma. Additional identifiers may be used after the ICD code. These letters provide more information: Additional identifiers R (right), L (left), and B (both sides) represent the affected side of the body. If the cruciate ligament is torn, for example, doctors may use this to indicate that the left, right, or both knees are affected. History of ICD: The seventeenth century English statistician John Graunt Classify death rates according to causes of death 18th century Australian statistician Sauvages He tried to classify diseases in an organized manner (Nosologia Methodica).
Page 3 | 3 1853 William – The first medical statistician William Farr Formation of an international list of causes of death 1893 Head of Statistical Services Jacques Bertillon Bertillon classification 1920 League of Nations Organization Management of classification of causes of death 1946 Global Health Organization She became responsible for the ongoing revision and publication of the classification Issue 6 included the causes of morbidity 1975 Global Health Organization ICD-9 version 1994 Global Health Organization ICD-10 version 2007 Global Health Organization last update The new classification ICD-11 : Since 2022 diagnoses have been coded internationally according to ICD-11 – a new classification that better fits current conditions in terms of content and technology. Not only have new classes been created to enable better classification of diseases, but there is also the possibility of combining several codes so that diagnoses can be described with greater accuracy. The logical structure aims to make it easier to code diagnoses more specifically than before Summary: Recently, organized medicine has been consumed by the expected migration to the new version, ICD-10, as implementation has come and gone without any of the devastating effects that many had anticipated. It plays an essential role in the ICD system in healthcare delivery and payment policy, but few neuroradiologists are sufficiently familiar with its implementation history and implications beyond disease coding.