International Classification Of Diseases (ICD)

Definition

The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is a clinical cataloging system owned, developed and published by the World Health Organization (WHO). Healthcare providers, IT professionals, insurers, government agencies and others use ICD codes to record diseases on health records, track epidemiological trends and assist in medical reimbursement decisions.

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