Q and A for Proposal for the ICD-10 G93.3 legacy terms for ICD-11
April 17, 2017
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To ensure that the ICD-10 G93.3 legacy categories are present and appropriately classified in ICD-11, U.S. advocate Mary Dimmock and I submitted a formal and fully referenced proposal on March 27, 2017.
Here is a Q & A addressing some of the questions raised in relation to our proposal:
Q & A version 1, April 2017
Proposal for the ICD-10 G93.3 legacy terms for ICD-11, submitted by Suzy Chapman and Mary Dimmock on March 27, 2017
Q & A version 1 covers:
Q1: Your proposal for ICD-11 does not recommend retiring CFS. Why is that?
Q2: Are PVFS, (Benign) ME and CFS classified the same across all versions of ICD-10?
Q3: How is ICD Revision proposing to classify the G93.3 legacy terms?
Q4: Is there any proposal to classify the terms under Mental or behavioural disorders?
Q5: Will ICD-11 look and function differently to ICD-10?
Q6: What is the implementation date for ICD-11?
Q7: Is ICD-11’s “Bodily distress disorder” the same as Fink’s “Bodily distress syndrome”?
Q8: Where can I view the Beta draft and comment on your proposal?
Our proposal recommends:
- that the terms should be retained in the neurological chapter (Chapter 08: Diseases of the nervous system);
- that the terms should be retained under the parent class: Other disorders of the nervous system;
- that ME and CFS should each be assigned separate codes;
- that PVFS is not an appropriate title term for ME to sit under (not all cases of ME are preceded by a virus).
We’ve also recommended:
- reciprocal exclusions for “Bodily distress disorder” and for general Fatigue;
- that the designation “Benign” should be dropped for ICD-11.
Our proposed restructure for ICD-11 looks like this:
Viewing our proposal
In order to view our Proposal in the Beta “Proposal Mechanism” you will first need to register with the Beta platform (this only takes a minute or two and you can register, if you wish, using an existing social media, Yahoo, Google or MS account).
Register for access here: http://bit.ly/ICD11Registrationpage
There is a WHO tutorial video on how to register, here: http://bit.ly/ICD11regtutorial
Once you are registered and logged in, go straight to this page to view and comment on our Proposal: http://bit.ly/commentICD11
For ease of access, we’ve put a copy of our Proposal and Rationale into a PDF, which you can download here:
We’re inviting patient and advocacy organizations and other stakeholders to review and comment on our Proposal.
Comments will only be accepted via the Beta “Proposal Mechanism” – so don’t send comments directly to ICD Revision.
If you are commenting on behalf of an organization, please state the organization’s name and in what capacity.
The Comment box for our proposal is located right at the bottom of the web page:
You won’t be able to edit or delete your comment once it’s been submitted ‒ so you may want to prepare a draft, first. You can include references to papers, reports etc in support of your comments but you won’t be able to upload files ‒ and it’s a plain text field only.
At the moment, it’s not clear what date comments on proposals will need to be received by in order to be taken into consideration for the version of ICD-11 that is scheduled for release in 2018. But we are recommending that comments are submitted within the next couple of weeks.
As well as commenting on our proposal, now that ICD Revision has restored the three terms to the draft, you may also comment on how the draft currently stands, here: http://bit.ly/2o8lhMA
If you have an queries please contact Suzy Chapman via the Contact Form.
Here’s the PDF again Suzy Chapman, Mary Dimmock Proposal for ICD-11
And here’s the URL again for our proposal on the Beta draft Proposal Mechanism
For a good overview of ICD-11’s structure and functionality by NHS Digital click here