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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), in its role as the Australian Collaborating Centre for the WHO’s Family of International Classifications, hosted Towards ICD-11 for Australia to announce the World Health Organization's (WHO) development process for the International Classification of Diseases 11th revision (ICD-11). 

Program and presentations

Chair: Ms Jenny Hargreaves,
Head, World Health Organization, Family of International Classifications Australian Collaborating Centre
Head, Hospitals and Performance Group, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Mr David Kalisch
Director, AIHW
Welcome and acknowledgement of country
Dr Paul Jelfs, Health Information Branch
Ms Anneke Schmider, Vitals Information
ICD and morbidity statistics in Australia
Mortality data – the importance of the ICD, presentation (3.1MB PPT)
Ms Cheryl Harkins
ICD and morbidity statistics in Australia
ICD and morbidity statistics in Australia presentation (3MB PPT)
Professor Ric Marshall and Stuart Mcalister
Health Reform Transition Office
Hospital Financing Reform
ICD and Casemix in Australia
The importance of the ICD for Casemix Activity Based Funding work in Australia presentation (175KB PPT)
Dr Bedirhan Üstün
Classifications, Terminologies, Standards
World Health Organization
The ICD-11 revision process – announcement and invitation to comment
A new way to build the ICD presentation (5.8MB PPT)
Professor James Harrison
Chair, WHO Topic Advisory Group for Injury and External Causes
Director, AIHW National Injury Surveillance Unit
ICD revision process- injury and external causes
Injury and external causes presentation (5.3MB PPT)
Ms Kerry Innes
Australian Centre for Clinical Terminology and Information
ICD revision process - morbidity
The WHO revision process morbidity presentation (479KB PPT)
Ms Julie Rust
Managing Editor
ICD revision process – internal medicine
Internal Medicine Advisory Group presentation (3MB PPT)
Professor Gerold Stucki
ICD revision process - functioning
ICD Revision Process functioning Topic Advisory Group (fTAG) presentation (2MB PPT)
Ms Jenny Hargreaves
Closing remarks

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