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Type:Patch
Reference:1586
Version No:1.0
Subject:October 2016 Release Patch
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:26 October 2016

Background:

This patch updates the NHS Data Model and Dictionary in preparation for the October 2016 Release and includes:

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Summary of changes:

Diagrams
ACTIVITY DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
APPOINTMENT DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S HEALTH SERVICES DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
COMMUNITY INFORMATION DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
RADIOTHERAPY DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
SERVICE REQUEST DIAGRAM   Changed Diagram
 
Supporting Information
AIDC FOR PATIENT IDENTIFICATION DATA SET OVERVIEW   Changed Description
NEONATAL CRITICAL CARE MINIMUM DATA SET OVERVIEW   Changed Description
NHS DATA MODEL AND DICTIONARY SERVICE   Changed Description
PAEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE MINIMUM DATA SET OVERVIEW   Changed Description
SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN (RETIRED) renamed from SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN   Changed status to Retired, Name, Description
 
Class Definitions
APPOINTMENT   Changed Attributes
 
Attribute Definitions
CARE PLAN TYPE   Changed Description
CRITICAL CARE ACTIVITY CODE   Changed Description
 
Data Elements
DISCHARGE METHOD (HOSPITAL PROVIDER SPELL) (RETIRED)   Changed Description
ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING)   Changed Description
 

Date:26 October 2016
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, Head of Data Standards - Interoperability Specifications, Architecture, Standards and Innovation, NHS Digital

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM

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APPOINTMENT DIAGRAM

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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S HEALTH SERVICES DIAGRAM

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COMMUNITY INFORMATION DIAGRAM

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IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES DIAGRAM

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RADIOTHERAPY DIAGRAM

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SERVICE REQUEST DIAGRAM

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AIDC FOR PATIENT IDENTIFICATION DATA SET OVERVIEW

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The purpose of the Automatic Identification and Data Capture for Patient Identification Data Set set is to support the accurate, timely and, therefore, safer identification of NHS PATIENTS in England, by encoding the key PATIENT identifiers into a GS1 DataMatrix 2D bar code which is printed on the identity band.The purpose of the Automatic Identification and Data Capture for Patient Identification Data Set set is to support the accurate, timely and, therefore, safer identification of NHS PATIENTS in England, by encoding the key PATIENT identifiers into a GS1 DataMatrix 2D bar code which is printed on the identity band. It is a technology enabling standard: implementation of this standard will enable subsequent processes involving the PATIENT and care provided to the PATIENT (where these processes are also bar coded) to be automatically identified using Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) techniques, e.g. bed management, phlebotomy, theatres management, medications administration and assets management.

The AIDC for Patient Identification Data Set provides an agreed national standard for printing in human readable forms of key PATIENT identifiers on the identity wristband, to support the accurate, timely and safer identification of NHS PATIENTS.

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NEONATAL CRITICAL CARE MINIMUM DATA SET OVERVIEW

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Introduction

The Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set (NCCMDS) provides a record of what happens to a PATIENT when they receive Neonatal Critical Care in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Maternity WARD, or Neonatal Transitional Care WARD.

The primary purpose of the Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set is to allow the operation of the National Tariff Payment System within neonatal critical care. The Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set supports the National Tariff Payment System by capturing the data needed to generate a Healthcare Resource Group (HRG) for each calendar day (or part thereof) of a period of neonatal critical care; these Healthcare Resource Groups are then used to inform the annual aggregate costing exercise, NHS Reference Costs.

Scope and Uses

The scope of the Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set is:

a) All PATIENTS on a WARD with a CRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTION of National Code '13 - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Neonatal critical care patients predominate)'.

b) All PATIENTS (excluding Mothers) on a WARD with a CRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTION of National Code:

  • 14 - Facility for Babies on a Neonatal Transitional Care Ward
  • 15 - Facility for Babies on a Maternity Ward

to whom one or more of the following CRITICAL CARE ACTIVITY CODES applies for a period greater than 4 hours:

01Respiratory support via a tracheal tube (Respiratory support via a tracheal tube provided)
02Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (nCPAP) (PATIENT receiving nCPAP for any part of the day)
04Exchange Transfusion (PATIENT received exchange transfusion)
05Peritoneal Dialysis (PATIENT received Peritoneal Dialysis)
06Continuous infusion of inotrope, pulmonary vasodilator or prostaglandin (PATIENT received a continuous infusion of an inotrope, vasodilator (includes pulmonary vasodilators) or prostaglandin)
07Parenteral Nutrition (PATIENT receiving Parenteral Nutrition (amino acids +/- lipids))
08Convulsions (PATIENT having convulsions requiring treatment)
09Oxygen Therapy (PATIENT receiving additional oxygen)
10Neonatal abstinence syndrome (PATIENT receiving drug treatment for neonatal abstinence (withdrawal) syndrome)
11Care of an intra-arterial catheter or chest drain (PATIENT receiving care of an intra-arterial catheter or chest drain)
12Dilution Exchange Transfusion (PATIENT received Dilution Exchange Transfusion)
13Tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff (PATIENT receiving care of tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff not by an external Carer (e.g. parent))
14Tracheostomy cared for by external Carer (PATIENT receiving care of tracheostomy cared for by an external Carer (e.g. parent) not by a NURSE)
15Recurrent apnoea (PATIENT has recurrent apnoea needing frequent intervention, i.e. over 5 stimulations in 8 hours, or resuscitation with IPPV two or more times in 24 hours)
16Haemofiltration (PATIENT received Haemofiltration)
22Continuous monitoring (PATIENT requiring continuous monitoring (by mechanical monitoring equipment) of respiration or heart rate, or by transcutaneous transducers or by Saturation Monitors. Note: apnoea alarms and monitors are excluded as forms of continuous monitoring)
23Intravenous glucose and electrolyte solutions (PATIENT being given intravenous glucose and electrolyte solutions)
24Tube-fed (PATIENT being tube-fed)
25Barrier nursed (PATIENT being barrier nursed)
26Phototherapy (PATIENT receiving phototherapy)
27Special monitoring (PATIENT receiving special monitoring of blood glucose or serum bilirubin measurement at a minimum frequency of more than one per calendar day)
28Observations at regular intervals (PATIENT requiring recorded observations for temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure or scoring for neonatal abstinence syndrome. Recorded observations must be at a minimum frequency of 4 hourly)
29Intravenous medication (PATIENT receiving intravenous medication)
80Heated Humidified High Flow Therapy (HHHFT) (PATIENT receiving HHHFT)
81Presence of an umbilical venous line
82Continuous infusion of insulin (PATIENT receiving a continuous infusion of insulin)
83Therapeutic hypothermia (PATIENT receiving therapeutic hypothermia)
84PATIENT has a Replogle tube in situ
85PATIENT has an epidural catheter in situ
86PATIENT has an abdominal silo
87Administration of intravenous (IV) blood products
88PATIENT has a central venous or long line (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter line) in situ
89PATIENT has an indwelling urinary or suprapubic catheter in situ
90PATIENT has a trans-anastomotic tube in situ following oesophageal atresia repair
91PATIENT has confirmed clinical seizure(s) today and/or continuous cerebral function monitoring (CFM)
92PATIENT has a ventricular tap via needle or reservoir today
93PATIENT has a stoma

This data is captured and recorded locally and may be used for the purposes of direct care, clinical audit, Reference Costs, and other local uses. Any transmission of the Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set must be covered by fair processing arrangements in accordance with information governance criteria and appropriate local arrangements. 

Commissioning Data Set Transmission

Subject to the Commissioning Data Set Version 6-2 XML Schema Constraints, the Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set is carried into the Secondary Uses Service (SUS) as a part of the following Commissioning Data Set messages, see SCCI0075:

Subject to the Commissioning Data Set Version 6-2 XML Schema Constraints, the Neonatal Critical Care Minimum Data Set is carried into the Secondary Uses Service (SUS) as a part of the following Commissioning Data Set messages, see SCCI0075:

The Secondary Uses Service groups this data into neonatal critical care Healthcare Resource Groups; these are a mandated currency under the National Tariff Payment System. Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0075. Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0075.

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NHS DATA MODEL AND DICTIONARY SERVICE

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The NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service is provided by NHS Digital.

The NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service provides the development, maintenance and support of NHS Information Standards, contained in the NHS Data Model and Dictionary.

The NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service provides the following products and information to help users understand and navigate the NHS Data Model and Dictionary:

For further information on the NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service, see the NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service web pages on the NHS Digital website.

 

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PAEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE MINIMUM DATA SET OVERVIEW

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Introduction

The Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set (PCCMDS) provides a record of what happens to a PATIENT when they receive Paediatric Critical Care in a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, or other critical care setting suitable for children.

The primary purpose of the Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set is to allow the operation of the National Tariff Payment System within paediatric critical care. The Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set supports the National Tariff Payment System by capturing the data needed to generate a Healthcare Resource Group (HRG) for each calendar day (or part thereof) of a period of paediatric critical care; these Healthcare Resource Groups are then used to inform the annual aggregate costing exercise, NHS Reference Costs.

Scope and Uses

The scope of the Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set is:

a) All PATIENTS on a WARD with a CRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTION of National Code '04 - Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (Paediatric critical care patients predominate)'

b) All PATIENTS on a WARD with a CRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTION of National Code of either:

  • 16 - Ward for children and young people
  • 17 - High Dependency Unit for children and young people
  • 18 - Renal Unit for children and young people
  • 19 - Burns Unit for children and young people
  • 92 - Non standard location using the operating department for children and young people

to whom one or more of the following CRITICAL CARE ACTIVITY CODES applies for a period greater than 4 hours: 

04Exchange Transfusion (PATIENT received exchange transfusion)
05Peritoneal dialysis (acute PATIENTS only i.e. excluding chronic) *
06Continuous infusion of inotrope, pulmonary vasodilator or prostaglandin (PATIENT received a continuous infusion of an inotrope, vasodilator (includes pulmonary vasodilators) or prostaglandin)
09Oxygen Therapy (supplementary Oxygen Therapy, irrespective of ventilatory state) **
13Tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff (PATIENT receiving care of tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff not by an external Carer (e.g. parent))
16Haemofiltration (PATIENT received Haemofiltration)
50Continuous electrocardiogram monitoring
51Invasive ventilation via endotracheal tube
52Invasive ventilation via tracheostomy tube
53Non-invasive ventilatory support
55Nasopharyngeal airway
56Advanced ventilatory support (Jet or Oscillatory ventilation)
57Upper airway obstruction requiring nebulised Epinephrine/ Adrenaline
58Apnoea requiring intervention
59Acute severe asthma requiring intravenous bronchodilator therapy or continuous nebuliser
60Arterial line monitoring
61Cardiac pacing via an external box (pacing wires or external pads or oesophageal pacing)
62Central venous pressure monitoring
63Bolus intravenous fluids (> 80 ml/kg/day) in addition to maintenance intravenous fluids
64Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
65Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) or Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) or aortic balloon pump
66Haemodialysis (acute PATIENTS only i.e. excluding chronic)
67Plasma filtration or Plasma exchange
68ICP-intracranial pressure monitoring
69Intraventricular catheter or external ventricular drain
70Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) requiring continuous infusion of insulin
71Intravenous infusion of thrombolytic agent (limited to tissue plasminogen activator [tPA] and streptokinase)
72Extracorporeal liver support using Molecular Absorbent Liver Recirculating System (MARS)
73Continuous pulse oximetry
74PATIENT nursed in single occupancy cubicle
80Heated Humidified High Flow Therapy (HHHFT) (PATIENT receiving HHHFT)
85PATIENT has an epidural catheter in situ
94PATIENT has arrhythmia requiring intravenous anti-arrhythmic therapy
95PATIENT has reduced conscious level (Glasgow Coma Score 12 or below) and hourly (or more frequent) Glasgow Coma Score monitoring
96Intravenous infusion of sedative agent (PATIENT receiving continuous intravenous infusion of sedative agent)
97PATIENT has status epilepticus requiring treatment with continuous intravenous infusion

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  • * National Code 05 applies as an inclusion criterion for acute PATIENTS only: it does not apply with chronic PATIENTS.
  • ** National Code 09 applies as an inclusion criterion when the PATIENT receives supplementary Oxygen Therapy, irrespective of their ventilatory state.

This data is captured and recorded locally and may be used for the purposes of direct care, clinical audit, Reference Costs, and other local uses. Any transmission of the Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set must be covered by fair processing arrangements in accordance with information governance criteria and appropriate local arrangements.

Commissioning Data Set Transmission

Subject to the Commissioning Data Set Version 6-2 XML Schema Constraints, the Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set is sent to the Secondary Uses Service (SUS) as a part of the following Commissioning Data Set messages, SCCI0076:Subject to the Commissioning Data Set Version 6-2 XML Schema Constraints, the Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set is sent to the Secondary Uses Service (SUS) as a part of the following Commissioning Data Set messages, SCCI0076:

The Secondary Uses Service groups this data into paediatric critical care Healthcare Resource Groups. Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0076. Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0076.

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SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN (RETIRED)  renamed from SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN

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A Social Services Care Plan is a CARE PLAN.This item has been retired from the NHS Data Model and Dictionary.

A Social Services Care Plan is a CARE PLAN which identifies the type of social services care a Child or Young Person is receiving.The last live version of this item is available in the September 2016 release of the NHS Data Model and Dictionary.

 Access to this version can be obtained by emailing information.standards@nhs.net with "NHS Data Model and Dictionary - Archive Request" in the email subject line.

 

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SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN (RETIRED)  renamed from SOCIAL SERVICES CARE PLAN

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APPOINTMENT

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Attributes of this Class are:
KAPPOINTMENT DATE
KAPPOINTMENT IDENTIFIER
KAPPOINTMENT TIME
APPOINTMENT CANCELLED DATE
APPOINTMENT FIRST ATTENDANCE
APPOINTMENT GROUP IDENTIFIER
APPOINTMENT PURPOSE FOR CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH
APPOINTMENT TYPE
APPOINTMENT TYPE FOR IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES
ATTENDED OR DID NOT ATTEND
DID NOT ATTEND REASON
INVITATION OFFER SENT INDICATOR
UNIQUE BOOKING REFERENCE NUMBER CONVERTED

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CARE PLAN TYPE

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CRITICAL CARE ACTIVITY CODE

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A type of CRITICAL CARE ACTIVITY provided to a PATIENT during a CRITICAL CARE PERIOD.

National Codes:

01Respiratory support via a tracheal tube (Respiratory support via a tracheal tube provided)
02Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (nCPAP) (PATIENT receiving nCPAP for any part of the day)
03Surgery (PATIENT received surgery)
04Exchange Transfusion (PATIENT received exchange transfusion)
05Peritoneal Dialysis (PATIENT received Peritoneal Dialysis)
06Continuous infusion of inotrope, pulmonary vasodilator or prostaglandin (PATIENT received a continuous infusion of an inotrope, vasodilator (includes pulmonary vasodilators) or prostaglandin)
07Parenteral Nutrition (PATIENT receiving Parenteral Nutrition (amino acids +/- lipids))
08Convulsions (PATIENT having convulsions requiring treatment)
09Oxygen Therapy (PATIENT receiving additional oxygen)
10Neonatal abstinence syndrome (PATIENT receiving drug treatment for neonatal abstinence (withdrawal) syndrome)
11Care of an intra-arterial catheter or chest drain (PATIENT receiving care of an intra-arterial catheter or chest drain)
12Dilution Exchange Transfusion (PATIENT received Dilution Exchange Transfusion)
13Tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff (PATIENT receiving care of tracheostomy cared for by nursing staff not by an external Carer (e.g. parent))
14Tracheostomy cared for by external Carer (PATIENT receiving care of tracheostomy cared for by an external Carer (e.g. parent) not by a NURSE)
15Recurrent apnoea (PATIENT has recurrent apnoea needing frequent intervention, i.e. over 5 stimulations in 8 hours, or resuscitation with IPPV two or more times in 24 hours)
16Haemofiltration (PATIENT received Haemofiltration)
21Carer Resident - Caring for Baby (External Carer (for example, parent) resident with the baby and reducing nursing required by caring for the baby)
22Continuous monitoring (PATIENT requiring continuous monitoring (by mechanical monitoring equipment) of respiration or heart rate, or by transcutaneous transducers or by Saturation Monitors. Note: apnoea alarms and monitors are excluded as forms of continuous monitoring)
23Intravenous glucose and electrolyte solutions (PATIENT being given intravenous glucose and electrolyte solutions)
24Tube-fed (PATIENT being tube-fed)
25Barrier nursed (PATIENT being barrier nursed)
26Phototherapy (PATIENT receiving phototherapy)
27Special monitoring (PATIENT receiving special monitoring of blood glucose or serum bilirubin measurement at a minimum frequency of more than one per calendar day)
28Observations at regular intervals (PATIENT requiring recorded observations for temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure or scoring for neonatal abstinence syndrome. Recorded observations must be at a minimum frequency of 4 hourly)
29Intravenous medication (PATIENT receiving intravenous medication)
50Continuous electrocardiogram monitoring
51Invasive ventilation via endotracheal tube
52Invasive ventilation via tracheostomy tube
53Non-invasive ventilatory support
55Nasopharyngeal airway
56Advanced ventilatory support (Jet or Oscillatory ventilation)
57Upper airway obstruction requiring nebulised Epinephrine/ Adrenaline
58Apnoea requiring intervention
59Acute severe asthma requiring intravenous bronchodilator therapy or continuous nebuliser
60Arterial line monitoring
61Cardiac pacing via an external box (pacing wires or external pads or oesophageal pacing)
62Central venous pressure monitoring
63Bolus intravenous fluids (> 80 ml/kg/day) in addition to maintenance intravenous fluids
64Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
65Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) or Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) or aortic balloon pump
66Haemodialysis (acute PATIENTS only i.e. excluding chronic)
67Plasma filtration or Plasma exchange
68ICP-intracranial pressure monitoring
69Intraventricular catheter or external ventricular drain
70Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) requiring continuous infusion of insulin
71Intravenous infusion of thrombolytic agent (limited to tissue plasminogen activator [tPA] and streptokinase)
72Extracorporeal liver support using Molecular Absorbent Liver Recirculating System (MARS)
73Continuous pulse oximetry
74PATIENT nursed in single occupancy cubicle
80Heated Humidified High Flow Therapy (HHHFT) (PATIENT receiving HHHFT) *
81Presence of an umbilical venous line *
82Continuous infusion of insulin (PATIENT receiving a continuous infusion of insulin) *
83Therapeutic hypothermia (PATIENT receiving therapeutic hypothermia) *
84PATIENT has a Replogle tube in situ *
85PATIENT has an epidural catheter in situ *
86PATIENT has an abdominal silo *
87Administration of intravenous (IV) blood products *
88PATIENT has a central venous or long line (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter line) in situ *
89PATIENT has an indwelling urinary or suprapubic catheter in situ *
90PATIENT has a trans-anastomotic tube in situ following oesophageal atresia repair *
91PATIENT has confirmed clinical seizure(s) today and/or continuous cerebral function monitoring (CFM) *
92PATIENT has a ventricular tap via needle or reservoir today *
93PATIENT has a stoma *
94PATIENT has arrhythmia requiring intravenous anti-arrhythmic therapy *
95PATIENT has reduced conscious level (Glasgow Coma Score 12 or below) and hourly (or more frequent) Glasgow Coma Score monitoring *
96Intravenous infusion of sedative agent (PATIENT receiving continuous intravenous infusion of sedative agent) *
97PATIENT has status epilepticus requiring treatment with continuous intravenous infusion *
99No Defined Critical Care Activity (PATIENT is not receiving any of the critical care interventions listed above (Excluding code 21). For example, PATIENT is on the Intensive Care Unit ready for discharge and is receiving normal care. This is the default code.

*  Note - National Codes 80-97 should not be reported nationally until the functionality to do so becomes available in the next release of the Commissioning Data Sets and the associated XML Schema. Prior to this release, these codes must be recorded locally, however the National Codes 80-97 cannot be transmitted in the current version of the Commissioning Data Sets (Version 6-2). Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0075 and  SCCI0076. Further guidance can be found on the NHS Digital website at: SCCI0075 and  SCCI0076.

 

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DISCHARGE METHOD (HOSPITAL PROVIDER SPELL) (RETIRED)

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This item has been retired from the NHS Data Model and Dictionary.

The last live version of this item is available in the August 2016 release of the NHS Data Model and Dictionary.

Access to this version can be obtained by emailing information.standards@hscic.gov.uk with "NHS Data Model and Dictionary - Archive Request" in the email subject line.Access to this version can be obtained by emailing information.standards@nhs.net with "NHS Data Model and Dictionary - Archive Request" in the email subject line.

 

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ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING)

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Format/Length:min an5 max an9
National Codes: 
ODS Default Codes:89999 - Non-NHS UK Provider where no ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER has been issued
 89997 - Non-UK Provider where no ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER has been issued

Notes:
ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING) is the same as attribute ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER.

ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING) is the ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER where the Diagnostic Imaging took place.ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING) is the ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER of the Organisation Site where the Diagnostic Imaging took place.

SITE CODE (OF IMAGING) will be replaced with ORGANISATION SITE IDENTIFIER (OF IMAGING), when it has been approved for use in national information standards.

 

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