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    Standardization for the International Classification of Diseases

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    I need as much information in order to help in getting started to write a short paper on the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)

    1. Explain what prompted the creation of this classification. Who created it, when, and in what context? For the context, consider the setting and what problem they were trying to solve.-100 words

    2. How is this classification used in the field?-100 words

    3. How does this classification address the challenge of data standardization for its particular application and for EHR in general?-100 words

    4. What does this example demonstrate regarding the challenges of EHR and the importance of data standardization?-100 words

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    http://www.who.int/classifications/icd/en/HistoryOfICD.pdf

    http://www.who.int/classifications/icd/en/

    https://www.healthit.gov/archive/archive_files/FACA%20Hearings/2013/2013-02-13%20Policy%3A%20Meaningful%20Use%20and%20Certification%20%26%20Adoption%20WGs,%20Clinical%20Documentation%20Hearing/icd10implementationforhealthcareproviders.pdf

    I need as much information in order to help in getting started to write a short paper on the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)
    1. Explain what prompted the creation of this classification. Who created it, when, and in what context? For the context, consider the setting and what problem they were trying to solve.-100 words

    When discussing the creation of the International Classification of Diseases, (you) must understand that this classification was a product of over three centuries of contributions wherein the objective was to obtain a measure of scientific accuracy of disease classification for the progress of preventive medicine, which also embodied the advances of medical science. In 1929, an international conference was held wherein the Joint Committee of nations, appointed by the ...

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    The importance of data standardization for the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)

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