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Michelle BbadoreMichelle Bbadore

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Daggers, asterisks and other footnotes for ICD-11

March 20, 2024 / By Michelle Badore

Sometimes, coding guidelines dictate that an illness be reported using multiple diagnosis codes. A widely used instance of this is for a condition that needs both the etiology of the […]

Michelle BbadoreMichelle Bbadore

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Bridging the gap: How international medical coding can unite the world

Feb. 7, 2024 / By Michelle Badore

The world of international medical coding is fascinating. Medical coders take many diverse approaches and face unique challenges across different countries. By understanding the nuances of the different code sets […]

Michelle BbadoreMichelle Bbadore

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Innovative approaches to ICD-11 implementation: A look at what’s working around the world

Dec. 4, 2023 / By Michelle Badore

As countries around the world work to implement the latest version of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), some innovative approaches are emerging. From social media engagement and text messaging […]

Karla VonEschenKarla VonEschen

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ICD-11: The future of diagnosis coding

July 24, 2023 / By Karla VonEschen, MS, CPC, CPMA

It feels like the medical coding world is still getting used to many aspects of ICD-10-CM, so the idea that ICD-11 is just around the corner seems wild. However, the […]

Benny RuizBenny Ruiz

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ICD-11: Coding made easier

March 15, 2023 / By Benny Ruiz

As the world of coding is always evolving, there were no surprises with the announcement of ICD-11 (11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases). The newest revision of ICD […]

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Indirect medical impacts of COVID-19

Sept. 23, 2020 / By Jean Jones, CPC

I recently wrote a blog about taking my son to the emergency room in the midst of a pandemic. A comment was posted on my blog about one person’s experience […]

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International impact of clinical documentation

March 9, 2020 / By Felisha Bochantin

Illnesses do not discriminate by country, region or origin and the delivery of medicine remains universal. Illness are found everywhere around the globe; it only stands to reason that providers […]

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Thinking about ICD-11: It’s not too early (Or, at least, it shouldn’t be)

Oct. 12, 2018 / By Rhonda Butler

I highly recommend watching Donna Pickett’s ICD-11 presentation, given at the September 12 morning session of the ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance (C&M) meeting in Baltimore. The link to the YouTube […]

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HIMagine That: The New Year and ICD-11

Dec. 22, 2016 / By Donna Smith, RHIA, Sue Belley, RHIA

Donna: Happy Holidays, Sue! In the spirit of the season, here’s a gift for you — some information about ICD-11 that I learned at the recent ICD-11 Revision Conference in […]