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The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is a globally used diagnostic tool for epidemiology, health management, and clinical purposes. The ICD is maintained by the World Health Organization (WHO), which is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations System.

Icd has disadvantages in cases of few or none information about the patience in which classification is not achieved, according to a post published at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

"DISADVANTAGES OF ICD CLASSIFICATION. This classification is not suitable in cases where few or no information about the patient is available. In such a case only symptoms of the disease can be coded that can be caused by several different medical conditions that can be regularly coded if we have enough information to confirm the diagnosis. Above mentioned tasks cannot be achieved using ICD 10 classification. The definitive diagnosis that can be coded using ICD can be achieved after several visits of patient and rarely during the first visit."


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Motorman (Former Employee) says

"I was at sidewinder while the merger happened once we became icd the company fell apart, lost the vast majority of our contracts. Icd care nothing about there men in the field and zero about there safety. Do your research this company gets men killed on the job from pure neglect"

Claims Associate (Current Employee) says

"Dont do it terrible. Run do not work here please find another job fast. They don't appreciate anyone plus the point system is ridiculous and you would get fired Cons: All"

Medical Coder (Former Employee) says

"Its okay job. I would recommend it for a person trying to gain experience. I have learned a lot. They are very flexible with your schedule and allow time off If needed."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company closed many years ago. The owner was a wonderful man. It was a nice place to work for the most part. I worked 7 days a week at least 10 hours per day. Cons: the cons are that they are closed"

Not a job (Former Employee) says

"ICD is not a place of employment, Non applicable there is nothing to rate. Tis is not company that I worked for and does not exist. Cons: Non applicable"

Medical Administrative Support (Current Employee) says

"Company is by far tge worst company that I have ever worked for there is no room for growth and they do not value their employees at all"

Intern (Former Employee) says

"Unhealthy working conditions, poorly managed, poorly treated interns, discrimination, students exploitation, insecurity, stress, lack of respect, poor sense of responsibility, low cultured. Cons: Unlimited"

Analyst (Former Employee) says

"This company was good. But, this company does not care about it's employees they are concern with making more money for the owners. Every pay period for at least 2 months someone was getting fired without any explanation."

Rig Manager/Toolpusher (Former Employee) says

"I worked here for many years. Do not trust any management for this company. People 2nd to equipment. You just a body to fill a position that is all they care about, contract fulfillment you are nothing to them just a number"

biller (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would be check on the prior Auth's that was submitted the day before, check the new patient log which gives me a list of new patients and ROP'S(Returning of Patients) and I check the patients demographic information to make sure name, D.O.B Gender, SS#, phone numbers all match up so the claim will not be rejected by the clearing house. Once I handle that I also look at the verification and make sure it the last date it was updated is current if not I all and check the member's eligibility and benefits. I also enter the billing of the routings, and handle a few E.O.B's (Explanation of Benefits) to check claim status. I also look at the rejection report from the clearing houses to see if anything was rejected and if so I can resubmit a corrected claim."

Programme Director (Initiatives) says

"Cultural Diplomacy is a relatively new science which involves all aspects of knowledge about a prospective partner in building sustainable relationships. As a result of this Ambassadors, Diplomats and those who are involved in high profile negotations are drawn to the ICD to learn how to implement Cultural Diplomacy. Cons: extremely long hours - i was pesonally working 7 days a week."

Implementation Specialist II CDK Global (Former Employee) says

"No consistency/stability with day to day requirements. very stressful Cons: inconsistency"

Receptionist and Security Officer (Former Employee) says

"A lot of knowledge is acquired about ICD 10 coding. This allows to have more knowledge in the medical environment."

Project Manager/Engineer (Former Employee) says

"good team of professionals with poor leadership to establish multiple job opportunities, difficulties in managing good business relationship with major market players Cons: poor management"

Wellstar Summit Surgical Claims Edit Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I have experience with ICD coding within the General Surgery and Colon/Rectal surgery field. I enjoyed learning all of the different codes for the different types of surgeries."

ses (Current Employee) says

"大手との取引があり、大規模開発の現場へ入場できます。 Cons: サポート、教育体制などはない。本人の実力しだい"

ICD 9 Coding Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed my time at PAML but some of the management was poor quality. Moral was low. Dealing with supervisors that always thought they were right. I enjoyed working with the other employees. Cons: Low moral, bad management."

Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"Having to get to another town just to clean a dusty and still under construction house is not the ideal job for me. At times you can end up getting home at 6 in the afternoon."

Heavy Equipment Operator/Laborer (Current Employee) says

"Great people to work for, but lack of work . When I left extreme to start was told that they had enough work through November. But that doesn't seem to be the case. Cons: Lack of work"

Case Manager (Current Employee) says

"Meet with client to assess their needs and work with them on goal setting. Meet with them regularly to discuss how they are progressing and if regressing, what obstacles are they facing and the alternatives that can be realized. Provide crisis intervention and advocacy, but mainly to connect them to services provided that will empower them."

Former Employee - Intern - Hourly says

"I worked at ICD full-time Cons: No real experiennce. Shady organization. Allegedly run by mafia. Use interns to spam universities, embassies, etc. with invitations to events than never take place."

Former Employee - Intern says

"I worked at ICD full-time for less than a year Cons: Unlimited: Discrimination, unhealthy working environment physically and mentally , stressful, lack of security or privacy, lack of equality, respect, lack of peaceful working conditions, no organizational skills of the managers, lack of productive cooperation between the two managers, students' voluntary work exploitation, no career advancement opportunities, informal-black economy, corruption, abusive behavior and treatment."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at ICD part-time Cons: My experience at ICD reveiled extrememly poor organizational structure, minimal professional responsibility from those in charge, and inefficient (to non-existent) communication channels. The pay was insulting and represented a clear lack of understanding for the need for professional colleagues. The rates drive away accomplished workers. The day-to-day management is inexcusable. Only once administration is clearly structured can the group move forward."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at ICD full-time Cons: .... .... .... .... ...."

Former Employee - Concrete Worker says

"I worked at ICD full-time for less than a year Cons: Been Threatened and bullied at work"

Intern Project Management says

"I worked at ICD for more than a year Cons: Crazy management (e.g. there is no real management); ambiguous atmosphere; managers are running all sorts of things on the side and seem not to be really interested in the Institute or the students. The credo seems to be "let it run by itself" or "the strongest (cunniest) will survive." In short: it's a great place to hang out for some time and meet international crowd from all walks of life. But this is not a serious place to be considered as an employer / partner / professional. I think it should be clearly communicated to the interns and everyone who comes there."

Program Coordinator says

"I worked at ICD Cons: - Everything else. the interns have to do everything: from reception work to cleaning, go to the supermarket to buy stuff; - no guidance; - the conferences are just buzz words;"

Internship says

"I worked at ICD for less than a year Cons: you will not gain any valuable experience apart from spamming universities and organizations. it is not what they advertise. Instead of hiring permanent staff they hire a lot of interns to market their events."

Berlin Global Writer/Editor says

"I worked at ICD for less than a year Cons: Too many interns. Too little guidance. Employees should use the conferences to network in order to find other opportunities."


"I worked at ICD Cons: Hours can change a lot, expected to attend to events to "fill up" empty places, sometimes quite a pressure for nothing as tasks are useless (databasing and spamming, writing articles for a website but don't want to let us work on real online marketing plans except creating fake profiles to like posts etc), I was fired twice in 2 weeks, one because of "too many interns not enough tasks" and the week after because i was 20mns late (only time happened in 3 month but ran into boss when came to work and had alerted my team leaders). I stayed at work and waited until someone gave me again things to do. Even managers criticized way of doing, silly demands from boss, and unethical practises."

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