SMR CHANGE CONTROL PROCEDURES (DOC) by vivi07

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									Change Control – Request Application

Date of Request: 08/01/09 Date Received: 08/01/09 Date Acknowledged: Dataset(s) Affected I.T. Systems Affected

Raised By: Name Job Title Organisation Address

Reference (office use only): Chris Jones

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Change Requested (be explicit about which data items involved and how, Request should be very clear, fit for consumption by the service. There should be no need to refer to any other document) 08/01/09 Re provider unit being obsolete, I think the provider unit is still relevant, but I disagree with the current instructions of recording the provider of the Location doing the procedure, rather than the provider code that the procedure is being done on behalf of. ie If we send a patient to Golden Jubilee, we would like to use the Dumfries provider code rather than GJ provider code. We already know from the location that GJ was where it was done. We can’t use the purchaser code as we (D&G) may have a Lanarkshire patient on our waiting list, and we choose to send that patient to GJ….the purchaser is lanarkshire, the provider D&G and the location GJ. Stuart Cully This seems to refer to text in red in following GW
Contract Identifier SMR Datasets \ Development Data \ Contract Identifier Definition Please return to: Gordon Wilson, Data Intelligence Group, ISD, Information Services (ISD), NHS National Services Scotland, Gyle Square, 1 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9EB

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Priority (as below) A contract identifier is a code which identifies each health care contract. It is a three part code: Provider code Purchaser code Contract number which uniquely identifies the contract between the contracting parties Provider Code (5 characters) Priority M

This is a UK national code which uniquely identifies a Health Board/ Health Care Provider which is an organisation acting as a direct provider of health care services. It is a legal entity, or a subset thereof, which may contract for the provision of health care, and it may operate in one or more locations within and outside hospitals. Points to Note 1. When completing the provider code on ISD returns, the code of the Health Board/ Health Care Provider which actually provides clinical services must be recorded. Example If a consultant from Health Board/ Health Care Provider A visits the premises of Health Board/ Health Care Provider B to provide care on outreach basis (i.e. continues to be employed by Health Board/ Health Care Provider A), recorded provider should be Health Board/ Health Care Provider A. If a consultant from Health Board/ Health Care Provider A visits the premises of Health Board/ Health Care Provider B to provide care and Health Board/ Health Care Provider B pays for this work either directly to the consultant or to Health Board/ Health Care Provider A, the consultant is thought of as temporarily employed by Health Board/ Health Care Provider B and the recorded provider should be Health Board/ Health Care Provider B.

Cross Checks 1. Must be valid provider code. Purchaser Code (5 characters) Priority O This is a UK national code which uniquely identifies a health care organisation that commissions health care services on behalf of its residents or patients, e.g. a Health Board which is responsible for commissioning comprehensive healthcare services for its residents. Points to Note 1. This field may be blank. Cross Checks 1. If Purchaser Code is present, then it must be a valid code and will be validated against the organisation reference file. 2. If Purchaser Code is Organisation Type C then Provider Code must = Purchaser Code. Contract Number (6 characters) Priority L This is an alphanumeric code which uniquely identifies the contract between the contracting parties. Please return to: Gordon Wilson, Data Intelligence Group, ISD, Information Services (ISD), NHS National Services Scotland, Gyle Square, 1 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9EB

Change Control – Request Application

Points to Note 1. This field may be blank. Contract Identifier Contract Identifier (which consists of 16 characters) should be entered thus: Provider (first 5 digits), Purchaser (next five digits), Contract Number (final six digits). http://www.datadictionaryadmin.scot.nhs.uk/isddd/9432.html

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Please return to: Gordon Wilson, Data Intelligence Group, ISD, Information Services (ISD), NHS National Services Scotland, Gyle Square, 1 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9EB

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Please return to: Gordon Wilson, Data Intelligence Group, ISD, Information Services (ISD), NHS National Services Scotland, Gyle Square, 1 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9EB


								
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