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|Default Codes:||VPP00 - Private PATIENTS / Overseas Visitor liable for charge|
|XMD00 - Commissioner Code for Ministry of Defence (MoD) Healthcare|
|YDD82 - Episodes funded directly by the National Commissioning Group for England (Retired September 2018)|
ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CODE OF COMMISSIONER) is the same as attribute ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER.
For Commissioning Data Sets, the ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CODE OF COMMISSIONER) should always be the ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER of the original commissioner to support the National Tariff Payment System.
The NHS England and NHS Improvement document "Who Pays? Determining responsibility for NHS payments to providers" sets out a framework for establishing responsibility for commissioning an individual's care within the NHS, (i.e. determining who pays for a PATIENT’s care.)
The document includes information on the following:
- General Rules
- Exceptions to the general rules
- Examples to help clarify the boundaries of responsibility between commissioning ORGANISATIONS.
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.
ORGANISATION CODE (CODE OF COMMISSIONER) will be replaced with ORGANISATION IDENTIFIER (CODE OF COMMISSIONER), 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 (CODE OF COMMISSIONER)|