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Comment.gif Intended Encounter Disposition


See Templates using Intended Encounter Disposition

Intended Encounter Disposition Example
<encounter classCode='ENC' moodCode='INT' >
  <templateId root=''/>
  <id root='' extension=''/>
  <code code='' codeSystem='2.16.840.1.113883.5.4' codeSystemName='ActEncounterCode' />
  <text><reference value='#xxx'/></text>
    <low value=''/>
    <high value=''/>
    code='' codeSystem='' codeSystemName=''/>

<encounter classCode='ENC' moodCode='INT'>

This element describes the intended emergency encounter. The classCode shall be 'ENC'. The moodCode shall be INT.

<templateId root=''/>

The templateId indicates that this <encounter> entry conforms to the constraints of this content module.

<id root=' ' extension=' '/>

This required element shall contain an identifier for the intended encounter.

<code code='EMER' codeSystem='2.16.840.1.113883.5.4' codeSystemName='ActEncounterCode' />

This required element indicates that the intended encounter is an ED encounter, and shall be recorded exactly as specified above.

<text><reference value='#xxx'/></text>

The <text> element shall contain a reference to the narrative text describing the intended actions that should occur during the encounter.

<priorityCode code='EM|UR'/>

This element may be provided to distinguish between urgent and emergency care.

<pcc:dischargeDispositionCode xmlns:pcc='urn:oid:' code=' ' codeSystem=' ' codeSystemName='DEEDS8.02'/>

This element is an extension the CDA Release 2.0 specification. This attribute is a RIM attribute of the Encounter class that has been constrained out of the Encounter act in the CDA Release 2.0 clinical statement model. The purpose of this extension is to be able to record expected disposition of the patient upon completion of the emergency encounter. The code system used to record this information shall be determined by affinity domain policy. Two vocabularies that are commonly in use to describe discharge disposition codes are DEEDS (See section 8.02), and in the US, the Uniform National Billing Code.