NHS Connecting for Health
NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service
|Reference:||Change Request 1077|
|Subject:||MHMDS Schema Links|
|Reason for Change:||Patch|
|Publication Date:||9 June 2009|
This patch resolves the broken links to the MHMDS XML Schema and documentation.
Summary of changes:
|MENTAL HEALTH MINIMUM DATA SET MESSAGE SCHEMA VERSIONS||Changed Description|
|Date:||9 June 2009|
|Sponsor:||Richard Kavanagh, Tech Office, NHS CFH|
Note: New text is shown with a blue background. Deleted text is crossed out. Retired text is shown in grey. Within the Diagrams deleted classes and relationships are red, changed items are blue and new items are green.
Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description
The Mental Health Minimum Data Set will be collected from Health Care Providers via the Secondary Uses Service using the Mental Health Minimum Data Set-XML Message. The Mental Health Minimum Data Set data will be stored in the Secondary Uses Service enabling the Department of Health to produce routine reports.
XML is a markup language for data flows containing structured information and will meet Government standards in line with the e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-gif) requirements.
The schemas are published as .xsd files and are in zipped format. These are best viewed using XMLSPY or an equivalent XML viewer. Schema documentation as generated by XMLSPY is also available for download, this documentation may be viewed in most browsers.
A Schema Version Release Note file (in MS Word) is also included with the schema.
The following table sets out the approved versions of the Mental Health Minimum Data Set Message. To download a schema and its associated documentation, follow the hyperlink for the specific Message Version.
|V 2.1||XML Schema||MHMDS-XML_Schema-v3-3-2007-06-01 and MHMDS-XML_Schema-v3-3-2007-06-01 Documentation||31 Dec 2007||31 Dec 2007||Current|
Previous versions of the Mental Health Minimum Data Set-XML Schema which were used for development and testing of the Secondary Uses Service services are now obsolete.
For enquiries about this Data Set Change Notice, please email email@example.com