ICD terminology is designed to represent standardized terms of medical diseases and problems consistently and accurately among clinicians, public health researchers, epidemiologists, etc. concerning health records. Thus, it serves as a standardized tool for healthcare workers to register, report, interpret, and analyze healthcare data and information. If a hospital does not use the ICD standard, there could be a serious impact on communication, data flow, and interoperability not only within the hospital but also with other hospitals. In addition, there could be overlapping services in community healthcare due to misinterpretation of health problems and communication gaps with duplication of healthcare assistance.