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An AD, according to the Health Standards Committee and cited in NCCH (2008:13), is defined as:
They were also required to slow down, make routine use of the index to the classification rather than rely on memory to assign codes and take time to read the coding standards, refer to dictionaries and other resources for anything they did not understand, and to stay current with the latest advice issued by the NCCH and by the VICC.
At that time, Megan Cumerlato and I went to Ireland on behalf of the NCCH to train 200 Irish coders.
Meanwhile, NCCH conducted a 'trainer training' course in ICD-10 in Sri Lanka.
Work on this exercise starts early in the year at NCCH, with a March deadline for proposals to be submitted to the URC.
The National Centre for Classification in Health (NCCH) is ultimately responsible for updating ICD-10-AM disease codes and Australian Classification of Health Interventions (ACHI) procedure codes, and the accompanying Australian Coding Standards (ACS).
Sri Lanka has, for many years, worked in collaboration with the Australia's National Centre for Classification in Health (specifically NCCH, Brisbane) to plan and implement suitable training programs for the clinical coders of the entire region.
They will also be familiar with the concept of 'Sailing the Seven Cs' (NCCH 1998, p.12).
The lure of these inexpensively collected data attracts researchers in all fields and highlights the need for classification experts to work beside researchers to provide information about changes in the classifications over time such as those provided in the ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS chronicle (NCCH 2008); to assist with interpretation of the coded data; and importantly to help ensure that this type of research is good research.
The National Centre for Classification in Health (NCCH) is responsible for the development, introduction and maintenance of ICD-10-AM, which is revised biennially to ensure currency and appropriateness for use within clinical practice in Australia (National Centre for Classification in Health 2004).
The Performance Indicators for Coding Quality (PICQ) is a data quality assessment tool developed by Australia's National Centre for Classification in Health (NCCH).