Change Request
 

NHS Connecting for Health

NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service

Reference: Change Request 1313
Version No:1.0
Subject:Cancer Waits Update Patch
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:24 May 2012

Background:

This patch makes minor amendments to the NHS Data Model and Dictionary following incorporation of the National Cancer Waiting Times Monitoring Data Set Change Request.

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Summary of changes:

Supporting Information
BRACHYTHERAPY TREATMENT COURSE   Changed Description
HOSPITAL SITE   Changed Description
SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE DATE   Changed Description
TELETHERAPY TREATMENT COURSE   Changed Description
 
Attribute Definitions
CLINICAL INTERVENTION TYPE   Changed Description
WAITING TIME ADJUSTMENT REASON   Changed Description
 

Date:24 May 2012
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, NHS Connecting for Health

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BRACHYTHERAPY TREATMENT COURSE

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

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HOSPITAL SITE

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

Hospital Site is an ORGANISATION SITE.A Hospital Site is an ORGANISATION SITE.

A Hospital Site is an ORGANISATION SITE that is a hospital. It should contain at least one Hospital Bed routinely used by PATIENTS overnight. However, a dental hospital which does not have Hospital Beds routinely used by PATIENTS overnight may be classified as a Hospital Site if it includes at least one Hospital Bed routinely used by PATIENTS by day. A hospital is an establishment for which the main purpose is to provide medical or psychiatric treatment for illness or mental disorder or Palliative Care. PATIENTS may have a Hospital Stay at a Hospital Site, as a result of one or more ELECTIVE ADMISSION LIST ENTRIES.

A hospital has an organisational hierarchy of SERVICE POINTS. Each SERVICE POINT serves a specific function and uses accommodation, equipment and money to provide residential care or allied and supporting services for PATIENTS.

A hospital which provides high security psychiatric services in high security accommodation for PATIENTS liable to be detained in hospital under provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983, who require treatment under conditions of special security on account of their dangerous, violent or criminal propensities, must be part of an NHS Trust approved by the Secretary of State for the purpose of providing such services.

Any establishment in which treatment or nursing (or both) are provided for PERSONS liable to be detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 is a Hospital Site.

The Hospital Site may or may not be classed as an NHS site.

 

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SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE DATE

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

Specialist Palliative Care Date is an ACTIVITY DATE TIME.A Specialist Palliative Care Date is an ACTIVITY DATE TIME.

The date on which the first Specialist Palliative Care treatment or support was given to a PATIENT.A Specialist Palliative Care Date is the date on which the first Specialist Palliative Care treatment or support was given to a PATIENT.

 

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TELETHERAPY TREATMENT COURSE

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

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CLINICAL INTERVENTION TYPE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

A type of CLINICAL INTERVENTION.

National Codes:

01Anaesthetic Service 
02Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle 
03Anti-Cancer Drug Fraction 
04Anti-Cancer Drug Programme 
05Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen 
06Brachytherapy Treatment Course 
07Contraceptive Service 
08Dental Haemorrhage Service 
09Dental Treatment 
10Drug Dosage and Administration 
11Drug Treatment 
12Emergency Treatment Service 
13Endocrine Therapy 
14Fraction 
15Hip Replacement Surgery 
16Imaging or Radiodiagnostic Event 
17Immunisation Dose Given 
18Joint Replacement Surgery 
19Knee Replacement Surgery 
20Labour And Delivery 
21Lithotripsy Course Attendance 
22Maternity Medical Service 
23Minor Surgery Procedure 
24Pathology Laboratory Investigation 
25Patient Procedure 
26Post Mortem 
27Radiotherapy Treatment Course 
28Screening Test 
29Teletherapy Treatment Course 
30Test Of Immunity 
31Therapy After Discharge 
32Thrombo Prophylaxis Regime 
33Unsealed Source Treatment Course 
34Vaccination Service 
35Vasectomy Performed 
36Clinical Investigation 
37Systemic Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle 
38Systemic Anti-Cancer Drug Programme 
39Systemic Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen 
40Chemotherapy 
41Cytotoxic Chemotherapy 
42Hormone Therapy 
43Immunotherapy 
44Diagnostic Imaging 
456 - 8 Week Physical Examination 
46Ultrasound Scan In Pregnancy 
47Newborn Physical Examination 
 Biological Therapy 
 Brachytherapy 
 Chemoradiotherapy 
 Cryotherapy 
 High Intensity Focused Ultrasound 
 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 
 Laser Treatment 
 Light Therapy 
 Photodynamic Therapy 
 Proton Therapy 
 Psoralen and Ultraviolet A Therapy 
 Radiofrequency Ablation 
 Radioisotope Therapy 
 Radiosurgery 
 Radiotherapy 
 Teletherapy 
48Biological Therapy
49Brachytherapy
50Chemoradiotherapy
51Cryotherapy
52High Intensity Focused Ultrasound
53Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
54Laser Treatment
55Light Therapy
56Photodynamic Therapy
57Proton Therapy
58Psoralen and Ultraviolet A Therapy
59Radiofrequency Ablation
60Radioisotope Therapy
61Radiosurgery
62Radiotherapy
63Teletherapy
 

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WAITING TIME ADJUSTMENT REASON

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The prime reason for an adjustment to waiting time in the National Cancer Waiting Times Monitoring Data Set.

Where there is more than one adjustment applicable, this should be the reason for the longest adjustment.

National Codes:

 Out-patient services
3Did Not Attend Out-Patient Appointment - where the ATTENDED OR DID NOT ATTEND is National Code 3 'Did Not Attend - no advance warning given' or National Code 7 'PATIENT arrived late and could not be seen'
3Did Not Attend Out-Patient Appointment:
Where the ATTENDED OR DID NOT ATTEND is National Code 3 'Did Not Attend - no advance warning given' or National Code 7 'PATIENT arrived late and could not be seen'
9No adjustment to waiting time
 In-patient services
8Patient pause - the PATIENT is paused on the ELECTIVE ADMISSION LIST because they have made themselves unavailable for treatment for a specified period (because of family reasons, holidays etc)
8Patient pause:
The PATIENT is paused on the ELECTIVE ADMISSION LIST because they have made themselves unavailable for treatment for a specified period (because of family reasons, holidays etc)
9No adjustment to waiting time

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