Ten Steps
1. Eat the right food. 
2. Safeguard your drinking water.
3. Sleep well.
4. Walk briskly everyday.
5. Sing a simple tune.
6. Accept things as they are.
7. Anticipate for good results. 
8. Act on what you have anticipated upon. 
9. Write in your journal daily. 
10. Share with others. 



Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/09/16

Made Numbers115 Ten Steps more visible. Usability is very important these days for people for user experience. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/09/16

Made Numbers115 Ten Steps more visible. Usability is very important these days for people for user experience. 

Mobile App is the future

by Jodel Deauna on 01/08/16

Although we are very busy, we promised to blog. I published another project that I would like to share. I believe that Mobile App is the future. Feel free to read.


by Jodel Deauna on 11/09/15

We have been receiving lots of questions on ICD-10. Although it was implemented on October 1, 2015, work on this new coding system will be continuous. By law, all data should be in the ICD-10 CM/PCS coding. Also, we are doing research and we found out that previous records will be formatted the same. The healthcare industry, in general, is looking for coders to train. Blog us anytime for questions. "Altruism As Always"

21st Century Solutions

by Jodel Deauna on 10/22/15

21st Century Solutions, we need right now.

We are doing our part and we are ready to help others find solutions., US Grants, and Business Opportunities are abounding. We are focused on Health Information Exchange and the challenge of Interoperability. So far, we are doing well. Blog Us anytime. 

This is it!

by Jodel Deauna on 10/21/15

Fortunately, we were able to retrieve most of our journals. They are timely eSolutions for our challenges right now. These timely eSolutions are scalable to the global level. We are sharing these eSolutions for a very bright future. Springtime!

We're back again just busy with HIE

by Jodel Deauna on 10/07/15

ICD-10 is one week old now in the US. It will take about three weeks or so to see the Health Information Exchange in action. This is what we are trying to solve. We found a solution. Meanwhile, I will keep on blogging what I can. Actually, my plan is to share with you what is happening in our postgrad at UMass Boston. Blog us anytime. 

We're back but we are with others

by Jodel Deauna on 09/29/15

We have to make the transition to ICD-10 as smooth as possible. Although this may not be, let's try the best we can. We are going to connect with everyone what EHRs and HIE can do together. We can start with what is available online given to us by the US Government. We are sharing this globally. For example, chronic disease management, including for Autism, must be universal. 

We're Back

by Jodel Deauna on 09/28/15

We did intensive research on the barriers that are anticipated with the implementation of ICD-10. There are many out there who did just that, finding solutions for the disruptions that will occur. Public Policy is involved revealing some problems and solving such problems. We found out there is a need for developers that will work on tools that will allow usability for the workflow. We can solve these anticipated problems by being focused. We can work on small groups or small businesses so that we can dramatically increase the quality of care for those with disabilities and for other patients. What an exciting time. By the way, our blog is real-time so you will be seeing current events embedded in our blog. Go ICD-10. Go STEM. Go interoperability.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 08/01/15

We are so busy with Data Science that we may not be able to blog everyday just like before. We wish you the best that you will keep your jobs when the new coding system sets in. There are already lots of websites on ICD-10 and even social media are with lots of data about ICD-10. It's time to move on. We wish you the Best. -Numbers115

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/30/15

Today is the birthday of Medicare and Medicaid. Happy Birthday! The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) made a National Provider Identifier. It is a national standard. It is a seven-character alphanumeric. No meaning for each number. However, each number is unique. It is simple, never used twice, never reused, and eliminated confusion. Let's keep on moving forward towards ICD-10 implementation. October 1, 2015 is approaching soon. Go STEM! 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/29/15

Let me share further what standards are. One of the terminologies well-known is the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). ICD-10 is the 10th edition. Many know that ICD-10 will no longer be postponed. It is a go for this year. We are preparing for October 1, 2015. There are already many inquiries and questions raised regarding this standard. Go STEM!

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/28/15

My next class for Fall 2015 is Health Information Exchange. Health Information Exchange allows organizations to share their information through an Electronic Framework. I will like to share standards, which include ICD-10. It is required when diversity results ineffectiveness. There is a process of creating this, which may be affected by bias. Therefore, it is important to know these standards. I'm going to start with HL7. Then, I'll move through the different standards, including ICD-10. HL7 was created to reduce the cost of interfacing. Today, HL7 standards are required by the US Government as part of Meaningful Use. Let's keep on learning. Go STEM!

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/26/15

Although we weren't about to blog for two days, we are back again. We are busy making our ICD-10 grant. Big Data is a Solution. President Obama, the Big Data president, made it possible for us to address Data Aggregation by compressing our data. In our own small ways, we use our compression algorithms for computation and data retention. The transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS requires a very clear understanding of both the benefits and the barriers of implementation. October 1, 2015 is nearing. The best approach is for the payers, providers, healthcare organizations, and us to be involved fully in the transitioning. Go STEM!

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/24/15

With the remaining few months, it is a huge challenge for the whole US healthcare industry in the transitioning to ICD-10. Therefore, the whole healthcare industry should work as one team. The healthcare industry is an industry that is highly data intensive. It is also very data dependent. The EHRs will be affected big time by the ICD-10 transition. The EHRs will generate huge data. Together with other health data, it will be an ever-increasing "Big Health Data". This also means lots of jobs. So, let's keep on learning and get ready for October 1. Go STEM!

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/23/15

We found the AHIMA Foundation. They are given a grant of $100 million dollars. It is for apprenticeship program. This will put the STEM graduate to an apprenticeship program. They will do actual coding themselves. 50% of the work time with supervision. Once they have established confidence and had achieved 95-98% accuracy, they may work now without supervision. All these things are happening fast because ICD-10 implementation will push through by October 1, 2015. Go STEM! 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/22/15

Once the STEM graduate has mastered coding, they can proceed to learning the specialties such as obstetrics/gynecology coding, psychiatric coding, cardiac catherization coding, cardiology coding, general surgery/medicine coding, and orthopedics coding.

Professor Deauna can help a lot with these specialties. He is very knowledgeable and is able and willing to share always. Yesterday, we found out that coding is "apprenticeship" with the Department of Labor of the US Government. We are going to find out how to avail of the apprenticeship. Go STEM.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/21/15

Although implementation will be on October 1, 2015, it is just the beginning. There will be lots of ICD-9 conversions to ICD-10. ICD-10-CM/PCS will be used for many years. Therefore, the STEM graduates who can easily learn ICD-10 will be an asset to our healthcare industry. As mentioned earlier, training should start with Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Coding, and Security Issues. Then, the STEM graduates can now be oriented to the Electronic Health Records. Once oriented, they can now undergo the intensive coding training in Emergency Room coding, outpatient diagnostic, in outpatient and inpatient coding using ICD-10-CM/PCS. They have to achieve at least 95% to 98% accuracy rate. (Dover et al 1) 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/20/15

This is in my paper. I'm sharing with you the chart-based documentation. This documentation explained objectively focusing on the following individual steps:

1. Medical terminology
2. Structural anatomy
3. Clinical disease pathway
4. Treatment resources (such as medicinal, operative, therapeutic, or diagnostic)
5. Coding rules and additional guidelines pertaining to the
6. Code assignment
(Karff, 2015)

These steps are very helpful. I'm sharing this with the STEM graduates. There are lots of jobs right now. Also, this is a career. ICD-10 is a career.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 07/19/15

Workforce Education and Training is what we are trying to help out with. ICD-10 requires a "hands-on experience". It is a skill to be learned. An effective workforce and training is one with foundation. It is Latin and Greek-based. This is the Language of Medicine. This should be supplemented by Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, security issues, and coding practice. Tomorrow, we will be sharing a typical coding program. Go STEM. 

Professor Jodel Carlyle P. Deauna
Mr. Carlyle Jude T. Deauna
  Center for GLOBAL SPRINGTIME eSolutions
"Altruism As Always"