Updated on: March 29, 2021

Celebrate World Health with ICD10monitor

Original story posted on: March 24, 2021

Dear Colleague:

The World Health Organization (WHO) gave us the International Classification of Diseases version 10 (ICD-10) and up next: ICD-11.

Every day, between small tasks and major initiatives, WHO healthcare professionals are providing a huge amount of work—especially now during the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus.

Their work to improve international healthcare includes global eradication of smallpox and the implementation of a wide range of public health strategies. Today, 193 countries are members, and the organization continues to improve many aspects of health around the world.

In recognition of the global work being done by WHO, both RACmonitor and ICD10monitor, along with Monitor Mondays and Talk Ten Tuesdays, will celebrate and honor the contributions made by WHO.  Join us during April as we acknowledge these days of recognition.

  • WHO World Health Day April 7
  • WHO World Health Week: April 1 – 7
  • WHO Immunization Week April 20 - April 25

Programming on RACmonitor, Monitor Mondays ICD10monitor and Talk Ten Tuesdays will include special guests associated with the WHO.

Chuck Buck
Publisher of ICD10monitor


Sponsored by our Partners

 Fi Med Logo  Sound logo AS FullColor


Chuck Buck

Chuck Buck is the publisher of ICD10monitor and is the executive producer and program host of Talk Ten Tuesdays.