MB Hospital Udaipur: Easy access of patient’s information with ICD-10 code

MB Hospital Udaipur: Easy access of patient’s information with ICD-10 code

Patient Information Simplified...

 
ICD-10 Code

A workshop was organized on Thursday, January 18, 2024 at the NLT Auditorium of the Maharana Bhupal Hospital in Udaipur, with the participation of approximately 350 individuals, including MB Superintendent Dr. R. L. Suman, Jaipur and various specialists from the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence, MB Hospital and Directorate General of Health Services under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the Government of India. The workshop was conducted with the aim of enhancing awareness and coordination among healthcare professionals. 

Principal Dr. Vipin Mathur greeted everyone. Dr. Suman emphasized the workshop's importance. He explained that by this code, doctors won't need to go through many reports to see a patient's complete history. Now, using just the ICD-10 code, all information about the patient can be easily accessed. 

To achieve this, he directed the responsible personnel and the doctor to provide the admission ticket as soon as the patient arrives, documenting all activities throughout the treatment, starting from admission until discharge. He stressed the importance of maintaining records, even in the unfortunate event of the patient's passing. Keeping records can also assist in researching any disease, as it provides readily available, up-to-date information.

Specialist Dr. T.D. Khatri shared comprehensive insights using a PowerPoint presentation about the ICD system and its various aspects. He clarified that the global classification system for diseases and related health issues is known as the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10). This system consists of codes for categorizing diseases, symptoms, problems and social circumstances in the field of medical classification. 

 

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