Change Request
 

NHS Connecting for Health

NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service

Reference: Change Request 1248
Version No:1.0
Subject:Supporting Information Menu Patch
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:26 April 2011

Background:

This patch updates the Supporting Information Menu to allow for the addition of new items.

Summary of changes:

Supporting Information
CLINICAL CODING INTRODUCTION   Changed Description
CLINICAL DATA SETS MENU   Changed Description
CODING AND CLASSIFICATIONS MENU renamed from CLINICAL CODING MENU   Changed Description, Aliases, Name
MENTAL HEALTH ACT TABLE   Changed Description
METADATA FILES   Changed Description
READ CODED CLINICAL TERMS   Changed Description
SUPPORTING INFORMATION INTRODUCTION   Changed Description
SUPPORTING INFORMATION MENU   Changed Description
 

Date:26 April 2011
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, NHS Connecting for Health

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CLINICAL CODING INTRODUCTION

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CLINICAL DATA SETS MENU

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CODING AND CLASSIFICATIONS MENU  renamed from CLINICAL CODING MENU

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CODING AND CLASSIFICATIONS MENU  renamed from CLINICAL CODING MENU

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MENTAL HEALTH ACT TABLE

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The following table is effective from 3rd November 2008 onwards after the relevant section of the Mental Health Act 2007 comes into force, and sets out the relationship between Parts and Sections of the Mental Health Act 1983 (amended by the Crime (Sentences) Act 1997 and the Mental Health Act 2007), and specifies how the codes in Category of Patient, MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION CODE, Status Of Patient Included in the Psychiatric Census and MENTAL HEALTH ACT 2007 MENTAL CATEGORY interrelate.

The underlying MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION CODE of an Adult Mental Health Care Spell will be carried through a period of Supervised Community Treatment although the MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION will be suspended during that period.

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SECTIONS

MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION CODE

Status of Patient In Psychiatric Census

MENTAL CATEGORY

Part II2 - 3402 - 061 or 3A, B, 9
Part III35 - 5507 - 18, 341 or 3A, B, 9
Part IV56 - 64Not listed, not relevant
Part V65 - 79Not listed, not relevant
Part VI80 - 92Not listed, not relevant
Part VII93 - 113Not listed, not relevant
Part VIII114 - 125Not listed, not relevant
Part IX126 - 130Not listed, not relevant
Part X131 - 14919 - 201 or 3A, B, 9
Previous legislation
(other acts)
30 - 321 or 3A, B, 9
Not detained01, 33, 35, 3628
Not detained01, 35, 3628

The following table is effective prior to 3rd November 2008 when the relevant section of the Mental Health Act 2007 comes into force, and sets out the relationship between Parts and Sections of the Mental Health Act 1983 (amended by the Crime (Sentences) Act 1997), and specifies how the codes in Category of Patient, MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION CODE, Status Of Patient Included in the Psychiatric Census and MENTAL CATEGORY interrelate.

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SECTIONS

MENTAL HEALTH ACT LEGAL STATUS CLASSIFICATION CODE

Status of Patient In Psychiatric Census

MENTAL CATEGORY

Part II2 - 3402 - 061 or 31 - 5, 9
Part III35 - 5507 - 18, 341 or 31 - 5, 9
Part IV56 - 64Not listed, not relevant
Part V65 - 79Not listed, not relevant
Part VI80 - 92Not listed, not relevant
Part VII93 - 113Not listed, not relevant
Part VIII114 - 125Not listed, not relevant
Part IX126 - 130Not listed, not relevant
Part X131 - 14919 - 201 or 31 - 5, 9
Previous legislation
(other acts)
30 - 321 or 31 - 5, 9
Not detained/
Supervised Discharge
under Section 25
01, 33, 35, 3628
 

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METADATA FILES

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Files Available

The same descriptions can also be accessed via the Technology Reference Data Update Distribution Service (TRUD).

  • Any area within the NHS taking advantage of the supply of metadata by the Office for National Statistics will be expected to abide by any rules and conditions imposed by the Office for National Statistics Section supplying the metadata.

    Format of Metadata Files

    The following pages give the record layouts and data content for the Operation and Country Pseudo Postcode metadata files.

    Country Pseudo Postcode File DataContent
  • This file contains about 130 records. The usual country of residence for short term Overseas Visitors is derived from the country pseudo postcode. The codes are  available in electronic format on the NHS Postcode Directory ("Gridlink version").

  • The expanded area code field contains the country of birth code in characters 1-4 (a repeat of the characters 3-6 in the pseudo postcode). The remainder of the expanded area code is blank except for codes 993C (UK nos) and 993V (no fixed abode) where characters 5-7 are 9space9.

    COUNTRY PSEUDO FILE RECORD LAYOUT

    Start PosSizeData TypeField Description
    111Xselection indicators
    126X6 digit postcode (POSTSIX)
    181A7th digit
    196Xfiller
    2550Xname of country
    755Xfiller
    8019Xarea details
    99154Xfiller

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READ CODED CLINICAL TERMS

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  1. The Read Coded Clinical Terms are a comprehensive computerised coded thesaurus for use by clinicians. They are available in two main formats, known as Version 2 and Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) (4Byte Version retired 1 October 2009). They are designed for use in the electronic health care record. Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) of the Read Codes is a "Superset" of all the codes from the earlier versions.

    • The Read Coded Clinical Terms are a comprehensive computerised coded thesaurus for use by clinicians. They are available in two main formats, known as Version 2 and Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3). They are designed for use in the electronic health care record. Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) of the Read Codes is a "Superset" of all the codes from the earlier versions.

    • Read Coded Clinical Terms may be used for coding within local systems but are not acceptable directly for coding Hospital Episode Statistics which are extracted from the Admitted Patient Care Commissioning Data Sets. Version 2 and Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) of the Read Codes contain mapping tables which can be used to generate ICD-10 and OPCS-4 codes.

    • For further information, see Contact Details.

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION INTRODUCTION

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SUPPORTING INFORMATION MENU

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