METHOD OF ADMISSION
The method of admission to a Hospital Provider Spell.
Note: see ELECTIVE ADMISSION TYPE for a full definition of Elective Admission.
|11||Elective Admission: Waiting list|
|12||Elective Admission: Booked|
|13||Elective Admission: Planned|
|21||Emergency Admission: Emergency Care Department or acute or emergency dental SERVICE|
|22||Emergency Admission: GENERAL PRACTITIONER: after a request for immediate admission has been made direct to a Hospital Provider, i.e. not through a Bed bureau, by a GENERAL PRACTITIONER or deputy|
|23||Emergency Admission: Bed bureau|
|24||Emergency Admission: Consultant Clinic, of this or another Health Care Provider|
|25||Emergency Admission: Admission via Mental Health Crisis Resolution Team|
|2A||Emergency Admission: Emergency Care Department of another provider where the PATIENT had not been admitted|
|2B||Emergency Admission: Transfer of an admitted PATIENT from another Hospital Provider in an emergency|
|2C||Emergency Admission: Baby born at home as intended|
|2D||Emergency Admission: Other emergency admission|
|31||Maternity Admission: Admitted ante partum|
|32||Maternity Admission: Admitted post partum|
|81||Other Admission: Transfer of any admitted PATIENT from other Hospital Provider other than in an emergency|
|82||Other Admission: The birth of a baby in this Health Care Provider|
|83||Other Admission: Baby born outside the Health Care Provider except when born at home as intended|
ADMISSION METHOD will be replaced with METHOD OF ADMISSION, which is the most recent approved national information standard to describe the required definition.
This attribute is also known by these names:
|plural||METHODS OF ADMISSION|