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WHO and the ICD 11 MMS Joint Task Force are reviewing each chapter, individually, making such corrections as are necessary to prepare the ICD 11 version for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics (ICD 11 MMS) for the Tokyo Release at the ICD 11 Revision Conference in October of this year. The Tokyo release will not yet be ready for implementation, but will give Member States and other stakeholders a clear view of what ICD 11 will look like and how it will function, as well as allowing Member States to provide feedback to WHO about national needs and to begin planning for implementation after 2018.
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This International Classification of Health Interventions is currently under development. When completed, it will provide Member States, health care service providers and organizers, and researchers with a common tool for reporting and analysing the distribution and evolution of health interventions for statistical purposes. It will be structured with various degrees of specificity for use at the different levels of the health systems, and will use a commonly accepted terminology in order to permit comparison of data between countries and services.