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ICE on Automating Mortality Statistics

 

ICE on automating mortality statistics

What is the ICE on Automating Mortality Statistics?

The International Collaborative Effort (ICE) on Automating Mortality Statistics is one of several international activities sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The purpose of this ICE is to:

  • Share knowledge and experience of automated systems for coding mortality information
  • To develop and improve existing automated systems through collaboration
  • To facilitate the transition to ICD-10 for mortality
  • To establish mechanisms for technical support for automated systems.

 

Proceedings

  • Proceedings of the International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics, Volume III. (PHS) 2006-1252.
    PDF Version (11.7 MB)
  • Proceedings of the International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics, Volume II. (PHS) 2002-1252.
    PDF Version (6.5 MB)
  • Proceedings of the International Collaborative Effort on Automating Mortality Statistics, Volume I. (PHS) 99-1252.
    PDF Version (1.3 MB)

 

ICE Planning Committee

  • Patricia Wood
  • Valerie Gaston
    Statistics Canada
  • Gerard Pavillon
    Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale (INSERM), France
  • Elaine Tower
    Office of National Statistics, Great Britain
  • Jesper Munk Marcussen
    Statistics Denmark
  • Tanya Hornick
  • Anneke Schmider
    Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Lars Age Johansson
    National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden
  • Olivia Peikert
    Deutsches Institut fur Medizinische Dokumentation und Information, Germany
  • Francisco Javier Solis Guerrero
    Instito Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia, Mexico
  • Donna Glenn
  • Robert Anderson
  • Kenneth Kochanek
  • Francis Notzon
  • Arialdi Minino
    National Center for Health Statistics, United States

 

ICE on Automating Mortality Statistics Participants

  • Ron Casey (Australia)
  • Michael Coghlan (Australia)
  • Sue Walker (Australia)
  • Cassia Maria Buchalla (Brazil)
  • Ruy Laurenti (Brazil)
  • Augusto Hasiak Santo (Brazil)
  • Leslie Geran (Canada)
  • Karen Horne (Canada)
  • John Menic (Canada)
  • Patricia Wood (Canada)
  • Laila Christensen (Denmark)
  • Kirsten Møller-Hansen (Denmark)
  • Henrik Mulvad Hensen (Denmark)
  • Ene Palo (Estonia)
  • Eric Jougla (France)
  • Gérard Pavillon (France)
  • Christiane Rosenow (Germany)
  • Michael Schopen (Germany)
  • Mónika Bene (Hungary)
  • David Lidsky (Israel)
  • Monica Pace (Italy)
  • Stefano Marchetti (Italy)
  • Moriyo Kimura (Japan)
  • Jae-won Lee (Republic of Korea)
  • Kim Bu-Yeon (Republic of Korea)
  • Sniedze Karlsone (Latvia)
  • Liuda Kasparaviciene (Lithuania)
  • Antonio Escobedo-Aguirre (Mexico)
  • Juan-Antonio Ortega-Garcia (Mexico)
  • Finn Gjertsen (Norway)
  • David Vaisman (Russian Federation)
  • Joñica Šelb Šemerl (Slovenia)
  • Sulaiman M. Bah (South Africa)
  • Asunción Piñán Gaviria (Spain)
  • Carmen Salaices Sanchez (Spain)
  • Lars Age Johansson (Sweden)
  • Bedirhan Ustun (Switzerland)
  • Tsung-Hsueh Lu (Taiwan)
  • Angela Hinds (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago)
  • George Legall (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Lois Cook (United Kingdom)
  • Graham Jackson (United Kingdom)
  • Cleone Rooney (United Kingdom)

 

Pan American Health Organization

  • Roberto Becker
  • Jaume Canela-Soler
  • John Silvi

 

United States (NCHS)

  • Greg Adas
  • Tyringa Ambrose
  • Juan R. Albertorio Diaz
  • Robert Anderson
  • David Berglund
  • Joyce L. Bius
  • Patricia Drummond
  • Edward K. Elliot
  • Donna E. Glenn
  • Yelena Gorina
  • Marjorie Greenberg
  • Donna Hoyert
  • Kenneth Kochanek
  • Arialdi Miniño
  • Sam Notzon
  • Donna Pickett
  • Tanya W. Pitts
  • Julia E. Raynor
  • Harry M. Rosenberg
  • Edward Sondik
  • Tim Walker
  • James Weed

 

United States (non-NCHS)

  • Grace Bediako
  • Francesca Coullare
  • Bassam Jarrar
  • Suzanne Marsh
  • Nina Schwalbe
  • Steven Schwartz
  • Eric Stallard

 

ICE on Automating Mortality Statistics Meetings

  • May 2008, Silver Spring, MD, USA
  • April 2003, Washington, DC, USA
  • September 1999, Bethesda, MD, USA
  • November 1996, Washington, DC, USA

 

ICE on Automating Mortality Statistics Proceedings

 

 

 

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