data sets

  1. Pre coordinated
    one that exists as part of the coded set.
  2. Post coordinated
    defined after the fact. exp. coding burn between 3rd and 4th toes on L foot is generated by the data by combining terms form different axeses
  3. Most commonly used controlled terminology
    • ICD used mostly for diagnoses
    • CMS requires its use on billing claims CM-clinical modification defined by US
  4. the more popular set of teminologies in use today
    • controled vocabularies - way to oganize knowledge for subsequent retreival, mandate the use of predefined authurised terms.
    • .icd 9 and 10-internation classification of disease, created by WHO
    • .AMA common procedural termionlogy
    • .dignostic related group-used by CMS
    • .NCD national drug codes-FDA
    • .RxNorm
    • .Loninc
  5. a specific data element-gender
    value set M F
    y or x chrom
    semantic interoperability is still unattainable
  6. Groupers
    group together diagnoses and procedures that are similar resources users for billing purposes
  7. ontology
    deals w/ ?'s concerning what entities exist or can be said to exist. how entities can be grouped, related w/in hierarchy and subdivided accord. to similarities and differences.
  8. taxonomy-
    • practice and science of clasification
    • Typically arranged in a hierarchical structure( parent-child relationships)
  9. classification
    groupijng objects into a class or clases according to some common relatios or attributes. exp icd9 or icd 10, icpc
  10. nomenclature
    • a system of names or terms used in a prticular science or art consistent, systematic method of naming to denote classifications and avoid ambiguities
    • names of anatomical structures or organs of the body are usuallu referred to as nomenclature. EXP-SNOMED..clinical healthcare teminology
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