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Proceedings of the International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics, volume III
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    November 2006
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Proceedings of the International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics, volume III
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) ;
  • Conference Authors:
    International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics 2003 : Washington, D.C.)
  • Description:
    Opening Remarks -- -- Session 1: Overview of Automated Coding Systems -- Use of Automation in Sweden -- Use of Automation in France -- Brazilian Diagnosis Coding -- Automated Coding of Diagnostic Expressions and Selection of Underlying Cause of Death (ACSEL) System in Japan. -- Automation of Cause-of-Death Coding in Mexico -- Maximizing the Use of South African Administrative Information Systems in Undertaking Limited Automatic Coding of Causes of Death -- Future Directions of the NCHS MMDS Software Suite -- Discussion on Presentations of Session 1 -- -- Welcome (Afternoon Session) -- Multiple-Cause Mortality Coding. -- Multiple Causes of Death: Definitions and Coding Rules -- Diabetes Mellitus: Differential Multiple-Causes-of-Death Mortality Among the States of Rio De Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil), Australia, England and Wales, Scotland and the United States of America -- Disease Patterns in Multiple-Cause Data at Advanced Ages: United States 1980-1998 -- Discussion on Presentations of Session 2. -- -- Session 3: Electronic Death Registration -- Electronic Death Registration in England and Wales -- Advances in Electronic Registration: New South Wales -- Automating 1947 Mortality Data REALLY FAST: The 1947 Smallpox Vaccination -- Campaign in New York City -- Development of Model Requirements for an Electronic Death Registration System for Use by Registration Areas in the U.S. and Implications for New York City -- Discussion on Presentations from Session 3 -- -- Session 4: Language -- MICAR and SuperMICAR -- Linguistic Issues Concerning the Use of ERNs in Italy: Problems, Perspectives and a DB--for BBD -- Building the Swedish Dictionary--The Importance of Language Standardization and Experiences of Using ERNs with a Non-English Language -- Automation System on Mortality in Japan -- The Brazilian Diagnosis Coding System -- Discussion on Presentations of Session 4 -- -- Session 5: Electronic Files -- The Electronic Tools Committee of the WHO Collaborating Centers for the International -- Family of Classifications. -- ICD-10-AM in a Database -- The Development of a Database Version of ICD-10-CM -- ICD-10-CA the XML Way: The Canadian Approach to ICD Electronic Publishing -- Discussion. -- ICD-10 Thesaurus: An Alternative to the ICD-10 Alphabetical Index? -- Mortality Data in the German Health Monitoring System -- -- Session 6: Training -- Update of WHO Training and Credentialing Group -- How to Become a Multiple-Cause Coder -- Demonstration of INTERCOD -- Discussion -- Preparation of EU Training Packages on Certification of Causes of Death -- Discussion. -- -- Session 7: Comparability Studies -- Measuring Comparability Between ICD-9 and ICD-10 in the United States -- Discussion -- Introduction of ACS and ICD-10: The Australian Experience -- Canadian Comparability Study Design and Preliminary Results -- Discussion. -- Results of the ICD-10 Bridge-Coding Study: England and Wales -- Discussion. -- -- Session 8: Data Quality -- The European Study of Quality and Comparability -- Queries in the Scottish Coding System -- Queries in the United States -- Comparing Death Certificates and Hospital Discharge Diagnoses--Can the Differences Be Explained? -- High Mortality of Prostate Cancer in Norway: Information and Codification Bias? -- Query and Explaining High Mortality--Taiwan Experience -- Discussion on Session 8 -- -- Session 9: Special Topics -- The Quality of Suicide Mortality Data -- Discussion. -- Special Topics: Problems in Mortality Statistics, ICD Coding and Automation -- Panel Discussion--Cleo Rooney, Lars Age Johansson, Harry Rosenberg, Donna Glenn, and Gerard Pavillon . -- Special Presentation: Developing an Automated Mortality Coding System in Denmark. -- Session 10: Knowledge and Data Dissemination Automating Mortality Statistics Bulletin Board -- The Supercube Data Analysis Tool--Australian Experience -- Discussion. -- Using SAS to Analyze French Mortality Data--A Web Server Based -- Discussion. -- Data Warehousing Using "Beyond 20/20" -- Statistics Canada: Using IRMA to Access Canadian Health Statistics -- Discussion. -- -- Session 11: Panel Session--Prospects for the Future -- Ron Casey, Panelist -- Grace Bediako, Panelist -- Bedirhan Ustun, Panelist -- Gerard Pavillon, Panelist -- Discussion on Presentations of Session 11 -- -- Closing Remarks -- -- Contributed Papers -- ACS in Italy: Transition to ICD-10 Revision -- Approaches to Implementing ICD-10 for Vital Statistics

    "This volume contains presentations delivered at the third plenary meeting of the International Collaborative Effort (ICE) on Automating Mortality Statistics held April 7-10, 2003 in Washington, DC. The mission of the ICE on Automation is to (1) share knowledge and experience of automated systems for coding mortality information, (2) develop and improve existing automated systems through international collaboration, (3) facilitate the transition to ICD-10 for mortality, and (4) establish mechanisms for technical support of automated systems." - p. iii

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