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Testimony of the American Health Information Management Association to the Standards and Security Subcommittee of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics

Author: Watzlaf, Valerie J.M.; Stanfill, Mary H

Source: AHIMA testimony and comments

Publication Date: July 26, 2005



July 26, 2005

Opening Comments


Chairmen Blair and Reynolds, members of the Standards and Security Subcommittee, and ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon.  I am Valerie Watzlaf, associate professor within the Department of Health Information Management in the....

Effectiveness of ICD-10-CM in Capturing Public Health Diseases

Author: Watzlaf, Valerie J.M.; Garvin, Jennifer Hornung; Moeini, Sohrab; Firouzan, Patricia Anania

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: June 2007

This research study examined the usefulness of the ICD-10-CM system in capturing public health diseases (reportable diseases or the nationally notifiable infectious diseases, leading causes of death, and morbidity/mortality related to terrorism), when compared to ICD-9-CM. It also examined agreement levels of coders when coding public health diseases in both ICD-10-CM and ICD-9-CM.

Effective and Efficient Public Health Reporting Using ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS

Author: Watzlaf, Valerie J.M.; Garvin, Jennifer Hornung; Moeini, Sohrab; Firouzan, Patricia Anania

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 31, 2006

Effective Public Health Reporting Using ICD-10-CM
Valerie JM Watzlaf, PhD, FAHIMA, RHIA, Jennifer Hornung Garvin, PhD, FAHIMA, RHIA, CTR, CCS, CPHQ, Sohrab Moeini, BSIS, and Patti Firouzan, MSIS, RHIA
Impact
Introduction

The emergence of ICD-10-CM brings anticipation about....

Managing Clinical Data: A Cancer Registries Update

Author: Watkins, Sue

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 1997


Introduction
The American Cancer Society estimates that about 1.38 million new cancer cases will be diagnosed, and about 560,000 Americans will die of cancer, in 1997.1 These estimates do not include carcinoma in situ or basal and squamous cell skin cancer. To monitor trends in cancer i....

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