ICD 10 on the App StoreThis electronic product provides an alternative to the classification printed books. The eVersion also includes annotation, a powerful search tool and email functionality as well as an easy to follow integrated user guide. Note: The release pack contains executable files and some users may require administrator rights to install the software. Before downloading this pack, ensure that you have installed the latest eViewer eVersion Application Version 1. Instructions on adding the eVersion Book into the eViewer can be found within the Installation guide within the eViewer Application pack. For users of the eVersion we have produced a set of shared errata notes which can be imported into the eVersion. The notes are produced in XML format and are available, including instructions on how to import them into the eVersion, from Delen.
NHS Classifications ICD-10 and OPCS-4 eVersion
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FY 2014 release of ICD-10-CM
The ICD is used to code and classify mortality data from death certificates, having replaced ICD-9 for this purpose as of January 1, ICDCM was developed following a thorough evaluation by a Technical Advisory Panel and extensive additional consultation with physician groups, clinical coders, and others to assure clinical accuracy and utility. The public comment period ran from December through February All comments and suggestions from the open comment period and the field test were reviewed, and additional modifications to ICDCM were made based on these comments and suggestions. Note: This replaces the FY release. Most files are provided in compressed zip format for ease in downloading. Any questions regarding typographical or other errors noted on this release may be reported to nchsicd10cm cdc.