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|Default Codes:||TDH00 - Overseas Visitor exempt from charges|
|VPP00 - Private PATIENTS / Overseas Visitor liable for charges|
ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CDS RECIPIENT) is the same as attribute ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER.
ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CDS RECIPIENT) is the NHS ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (or valid Organisation Data Service Default Code) for an ORGANISATION identified as a recipient of the commissioning data set data.
A maximum of 7 ORGANISATION IDENTIFIERS (CDS RECIPIENT) may be submitted. The submission order does not infer the primacy of one recipient over another.
Where NHS England and NHS Improvement is the responsible Commissioner for a specialised SERVICE, based on the NHS England and NHS Improvement Commissioner Assignment Method (CAM), one of the Specialised Commissioning Hub ORGANISATION IDENTIFIERS should be used depending on which Health Care Provider delivered the SERVICE, e.g. NHS Trust, Independent Sector Healthcare Provider.
The NHS Digital website provides a mapping list of which Health Care Providers map to which Specialised Commissioning Hub. The mapping can be found on the Organisation Data Service web pages at: Provider to Commissioning Hub Mapping.
Please note that the following Organisation Data Service Default Codes must not be used in the Commissioning Data Set (CDS) header because they are not default Commissioner codes:
- Q99 - High Level Health Geography/Primary Care Organisation of Residence Not Known
- a valid ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (RESIDENCE RESPONSIBILITY) must be reported where a recipient of commissioning data is specified
- X98 - Primary Care Organisation Not Applicable (Overseas Visitors).
CDS PRIME RECIPIENT IDENTITY and CDS COPY RECIPIENT IDENTITY will be replaced with ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CDS RECIPIENT), which is the most recent approved national information standard to describe the required definition.
This data element is also known by these names:
|plural||ORGANISATION IDENTIFIERS (CDS RECIPIENT)|