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Webinar

An overview of CCA:

Why better coding is needed

During the webinar, an international panel of experts discussed why healthcare professionals should support the adoption of ICD-11. The aim of this webinar was to provide an educational overview of the coding changes for each CCA classification, highlight the importance and benefits of its widespread adoption, provide an opportunity for a discussion and questions on the topic, and encourage those involved in coding to adopt the new classifications. The panel discussion highlighted the importance of ICD-11 and its role in creating robust data for CCA.

If you joined us for the webinar, we'd love to hear your feedback through the survey linked below. The survey is available in English, Thai, and Spanish, and should take no more than 3 minutes to complete. 

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Agenda

Time (mins)

Item

Presenter(s)

10

Global epidemiology

Prof. Shahid Khan

10

Pathophysiology and subtypes – impact on surgical treatment options

Mr Hassan Malik

10

How can better coding (ICD-11) improve data collection

Dr Robert Jakob

10

How better coding can inform patient management

Prof. John Bridgewater

20

ICD-11 and its role in creating robust data for CCA

Prof. Shahid Khan

Mr Hassan Malik

Dr Robert Jakob

Prof. John Bridgewater

Dr Jesus Bañales

Helen Morement
Andrew Murphy








 

Speakers

Prof. Shahid Khan

Prof. Shahid Khan

Imperial College London

United Kingdom

Mr Hassan Malik

Mr Hassan Malik

Aintree University Hospital

United Kingdom

Dr Robert Jakob

Dr Robert Jakob

World Health Organization (WHO)

Switzerland

Prof. John Bridgewater

Prof. John Bridgewater

University College London, Cancer Institute

United Kingdom

Dr Jesus Bañales

Dr Jesus Bañales

Biodonostia Institute and European Network for the Study of Cholangiocarcinoma

Spain

Andrew Murphy

Andrew Murphy

NDRS, Public Health England

United Kingdom

Helen Morement

Helen Morement

AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma Charity

United Kingdom