ICD-10 Malaise: A Symptom of US Healthcare’s Ills
Approximately 100 countries use some form of ICD-10 for clinical morbidity coding. That’s correct: 100 countries, and the US is not among them.
The World Health Organization released ICD-10 in 1990, and countries began implementing it in 1994. Most had fully implemented it by....
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