2019 ICD10-CM will be implemented in the USA on October 1, 2018. Here you have intuitive, quick access to both code sets current and future, about 75,000 each. The GUI allows the user to select the active database, then using a few letters, search the entire database in milliseconds to get all the matches. The user may further narrow the search with but a few more letters. Codes can even be searched directly.
Artificial intelligence is used to keep track of most frequent searches in both databases so they are immediately available. Each user gets a tailor-made app for his/her most frequently searched codes. An orthopedist's office, for example, would develop the history and behavior of the app in a completely different fashion than a cardiologist.
There is no need for an internet or cellphone signal for the app to work once it is installed. The platform uses much less memory even though both databases are simultaneously implemented, and stability is greatly enhanced as it works even on an airplane.
The technology that brings these codes to you in a lightning fast fashion is based on US Patent #9,720,948.