This programs explores the ICD-11 adoption journey including use cases, challenges, stakeholders, and country experiences. As of January 2022, per the WHO directive, ICD-11 is officially in effect for the national and international recording and reporting of causes of illness, death, and more. The standardized, up-to-date medical and scientific knowledge and terminology will allow for better classification of today’s health conditions which will aid research, analytics, and health outcomes.
Share ICD-11 country experiences and lessons learned.
Explore unique ICD-11 considerations for low and middle income countries.
Discuss the potential need for ICD-11 clinical modifications and how this will be addressed.
Review procedure and interventional coding and its correlation to the ICD-11 journey.
Share updates on career and workforce development needs related to ICD-11
CHIM, FAIDH, CHIA, President Elect IFHIMA. Head of the Metadata, Information Management and Classifications Unit at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, where she has held a number of different roles over the past 15 years. She is on the Board of the Health Information Management Association of Australia
CEO of IHRIM (Institute of Health Records & Information Management) who deliver the National Clinical Coding Exam (NCCQ) and Health Information management qualifications within the UK.
MD, PhD, IFHIMA Regional Director, Europe, currently works for the Corporació de Salut del Maresme i la Selva (CSMS), Calella (Spain) as Chief of Medical Information Officer since 2003 and as part of the Chief Medical Officer team
CHIM – IFHIMA Past-President and Membership Chair, is a health information management professional, whose career has involved working in the provinces of Alberta and Ontario, Canada - employed in management positions in corrections, community and teaching hospitals
RHIA, IFHIMA President (2019-2021) is an international and domestic thought leader, accomplished author and respected public speaker on topics related to the role of technology and data in healthcare transformation.
Consultant Health Information Manager. Megan holds a degree in Bachelor of Applied Science, Health Information Management, from the University of Sydney and specializes in the development of classification systems, educating clinical coders and conducting clinical coding audits to measure coding accuracy at a national and international level.
has authored textbooks and articles on clinical coding, facilitated ICD-10 for governmental and non-governmental institutions and has a consulting firm in HIM.
Head of the Diagnoses Classifications unit of the Code Systems and Registers department of Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM)
Technical Officer in the Classifications and Terminologies Unit, WHO
Head of the National Centre for Healthcare Electronification at the Institute of Health Information and Statistics, Czech Republic (IHIS)
CEO for 3Terra, a leading hospital analytics software provider in Canada.