Surety Medicine 
International Classification of Disease codes, Revision 10 expands on ICD-9 

APRIL 2014 SURETY MEDICINE TELECONFERENCE

International Classification of Disease codes, Revision 10

Please join us Wednesday, 23 April 2014 for the next monthly Surety Medicine Teleconference.  In April, an Occupational Health Nurse from the Army Institute of Public Health will discuss the upcoming change of the ICD-9 disease classification system to the greatly expanded ICD-10, and the expansion's impact on occupational health providers. 

To receive access information for attending the presentation by dial-in audio or at your desk via Defense Connect Online, send an email request to:
usarmy.apg.medcom-phc.mbx.surety-medicine@mail.mil

 

 Join us for future Surety Medicine teleconferences:

SURETY MEDICINE TELECONFERENCE SCHEDULE FOR FY14
All conferences begin at 1300 hr / 1 p.m. Eastern Time (US)

Presentation Title

Date

(Topics and dates subject to change) 

 

AHLTA ICD-10 Coding for Surety Medicine and Occupational Medicine Encounters

   23 April
     2014

Anaphylaxis in the
Surety Medicine Clinic:
Be Prepared!!

  21 May
  
2014

Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disordered Breathing: PRP Reliability Considerations

11 June    
   2014

Obesity, Cardiovascular Fitness and the PRP:  How Fat is Too Fat?
 

16 July  
  2014

Case Studies in Screening for Depression, Anxiety or Other Mood Disorders in PRP Candidates or Enrollees

20 August
    2014

HIV:  CD4 Counts, Antiretroviral Drugs, and Impaired Immune Function

      24 September 
     2014

ALERT:

FDA further extends expiration dates of DuoDote(R)  auto-injector lots

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration advised 28 March, 2014 that certain lots of DuoDote®  (registered trademark, Meridian Medical Technologies) nerve agent/organophosphate auto-injectors may be used for up to two years beyond their labeled expiration dates.  Specific guidance, including applicable lot numbers, can be found at the FDA web page at:  http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm376367.htm