HL7 Terminology
2.0.0 - Publication

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CodeSystem: codingSystem

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0396
Version:2.4.0
Name:CodingSystem
Status:Active as of 2019-12-01
Definition:

HL7-defined code system of concepts specifying the coding system. This table is maintained outside of the published Version 2 standards, and may be found at http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/vocab/table_0396/index.cfm. Used in HL7 Version 2.x messaging in the CWE segment.

Publisher:HL7, Inc
Committee:Vocabulary
Copyright:

Copyright HL7. Licensed under creative commons public domain

Content:Complete: All the concepts defined by the code system are included in the code system resource
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.18.247 (for OID based terminology systems)
Value Set:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v2-0396 ( is the value set for all codes in this code system)
Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

This Code system is referenced in the content logical definition of the following value sets:

Properties

CodeURLDescriptionType
statushttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#statusStatus of the conceptcode
deprecatedhttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-table-deprecatedVersion of HL7 in which the code was deprecatedcode
v2-concCommenthttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-concCommentV2 Concept Commentstring
v2-concCommentAsPubhttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-concCommentAsPubV2 Concept Comment As Publishedstring

This code system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0396 defines the following codes:

CodeDisplayDefinitiondeprecatedV2 Concept CommentV2 Concept Comment As Published
General code ActiveActive2.9
ALPHAID2012 German Alpha-ID v2013German Alpha-ID v20122.9
ALPHAID2013 German Alpha-ID v2013German Alpha-ID v20132.9
ALPHAID2014 German Alpha-ID v2014German Alpha-ID v20142.9
ALPHAID2015 German Alpha-ID v2015German Alpha-ID v20152.9
ALPHAID2016 German Alpha-ID v2016German Alpha-ID v20162.9
ICD10GM2012 ICD 10 Germany v2012ICD 10 Germany v20122.9
ICD10GM2013 ICD 10 Germany v2013ICD 10 Germany v20132.9
ICD10GM2014 ICD 10 Germany v2014ICD 10 Germany v20142.9
ICD10GM2015 ICD 10 Germany v2015ICD 10 Germany v20152.9
ICD10GM2016 ICD 10 Germany v2016ICD 10 Germany v20162.9
OPS2012 OPS Germany v2012OPS Germany v20122.9
OPS2013 OPS Germany v2013OPS Germany v20132.9
OPS2014 OPS Germany v2014OPS Germany v20142.9
OPS2015 OPS Germany v2015OPS Germany v20152.9
OPS2016 OPS Germany v2016OPS Germany v20162.9
99zzz or L Local general code (where z is an alphanumeric character)Local general code (where z is an alphanumeric character)2.9
99zzz Local general code for a site-defined code system used for a specific set of trading partners. The 'zzz' SHALL be any printable ASCII string. Length of the name SHALL not exceed field width, and is subject to local implementation.Local general code for a site-defined code system used for a specific set of trading partners. The 'zzz' SHALL be any printable ASCII string. Length of the name SHALL not exceed field width, and is subject to local implementation.The 'zzz' may be any printable ASCII string of variable length, but the recommendation is to generally use only numbers and uppercase letters, as that is how all of the currently existent table 396 entries have been created for many years. In addition, there is no explicit length restriction, but it is recommended that the string be kept below a 20 character maximum.
ACR American College of Radiology finding codesAmerican College of Radiology finding codesIndex for Radiological Diagnosis Revised, 3rd Edition 1986, American College of Radiology, Reston, VA.
ACTCODE Table of HL7 Version 3 ActCode valuesTable of HL7 Version 3 ActCode valuesFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.4 ActCode in the Version 3 vocabulary.
ACTRELSS Used to indicate that the target of the relationship will be a filtered subset of the total related set of targets. Used when there is a need to limit the number of components to the first, the last, the next, the total, the average or some other filtereUsed to indicate that the target of the relationship will be a filtered subset of the total related set of targets. Used when there is a need to limit the number of components to the first, the last, the next, the total, the average or some other filtereV3 coding system. Download with V3 materials.
ALPHAID2006 German Alpha-ID v2006German Alpha-ID v2006ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2006. Alpha-ID.
ALPHAID2007 German Alpha-ID v2007German Alpha-ID v2007ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2007. Alpha-ID.
ALPHAID2008 German Alpha-ID v2008German Alpha-ID v2008ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2008. Alpha-ID.
ALPHAID2009 German Alpha-ID v2009German Alpha-ID v2009ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2009. Alpha-ID.
ALPHAID2010 German Alpha-ID v2010German Alpha-ID v20102.9ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2010. Alpha-ID.
ALPHAID2011 German Alpha-ID v2011German Alpha-ID v20112.9ID of the alphabetical Index ICD-10-GM-2011. Alpha-ID.
AMTv2 Australian Medicines Terminology (v2)Australian Medicines Terminology (v2)The national terminology to identify medicines used in Australia, using unique codes to deliver unambiguous, accurate and standardised names for both branded (trade) and generic (medicinal) products.
ANS+ HL7 set of units of measureHL7 set of units of measureHL7 set of units of measure based upon ANSI X3.50 - 1986, ISO 2988-83, and US customary units / see chapter 7, section 7.4.2.6.
ART WHO Adverse Reaction TermsWHO Adverse Reaction TermsWHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring, Box 26, S-751 03, Uppsala, Sweden.
AS4 ASTM E1238/ E1467 UniversalASTM E1238/ E1467 UniversalAmerican Society for Testing & Materials and CPT4 (see Appendix X1 of Specification E1238 and Appendix X2 of Specification E1467).
AS4E AS4 Neurophysiology CodesAS4 Neurophysiology CodesASTM’s diagnostic codes and test result coding/grading systems for clinical neurophysiology. See ASTM Specification E1467, Appendix 2.
ATC American Type Culture CollectionAmerican Type Culture CollectionReference cultures (microorganisms, tissue cultures, etc.), related biological materials and associated data. American Type Culture Collection, 12301 Parklawn Dr, Rockville MD, 20852. (301) 881-2600.
C4 CPT-4CPT-4American Medical Association, P.O. Box 10946, Chicago IL 60610.
C5 CPT-5CPT-5Not currently being worked on, no proposed release date at this time. American Medical Association, P.O. Box 10946, Chicago IL 60610.
CAPECC College of American Pathologists Electronic Cancer ChecklistCollege of American Pathologists Electronic Cancer ChecklistEach code in this system represents a single line in a database template for the College of American Pathologists Electronic Cancer Checklist (CAP eCC). Each line and its code corresponds to either a question or an answer selection. The code is in a decimal format of #########.#########, where each "#" is an optional number. The nine digits to the right of the Ckey decimal point make up a namespace identifier, which is specific to the center that created the database entries for the checklist line items with their unique Ckey values. The namespace identifier for SNOMED Terminology Solutions at the College of American Pathologists is 1000043. All Ckey values in the 2008 release use namespace 1000043. The digits to the left of the decimal point are a locally assigned sequential key for the ChecklistTemplateItems table in the local CAP eCC database. These codes are used to specify questions and answers selected in a CAP eCC template for transmission in an HL7 message, as defined by the NAACCR Pathology Workgroup and the CDC/NPCR Reporting Pathology Protocols II (RPP II) project. SNOMED Terminology Solutions, College of American Pathologists, 325 Waukegan Road, Northfield, Illinois, 60093, snomedsolutions@cap.org
CAS Chemical abstract codesChemical abstract codesThese include unique codes for each unique chemical, including all generic drugs. The codes do not distinguish among different dosing forms. When multiple equivalent CAS numbers exist, use the first one listed in USAN. USAN 1990 and the USP dictionary of drug names, William M. Heller, Ph.D., Executive Editor, United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc., 12601 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville, MD 20852.
DCL DICOM Class LabelDICOM Class Label2.9
CCC Clinical Care Classification systemClinical Care Classification systemClinical Care Classification System (formerly Home Health Care Classification system) codes. The Clinical Care Classification (CCC) consists of two terminologies: CCC of Nursing Diagnoses and CCC of Nursing Interventions both of which are classified by 21 Care Components. Virginia Saba, EdD, RN; Georgetown University School of Nursing; Washington, DC.
CD2 CDT-2 CodesCDT-2 CodesAmerican Dental Association’s Current Dental Terminology (CDT-2) code. American Dental Association, 211 E. Chicago Avenue,. Chicago, Illinois 60611.
CDCA CDC Analyte CodesCDC Analyte CodesPublic Health Practice Program Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4770 Buford Highway, Atlanta, GA, 30421. Also available via FTP: ftp.cdc.gov/pub/laboratory _info/CLIA and Gopher: gopher.cdc.gov:70/11/laboratory_info/CLIA
DQL DICOM Query LabelDICOM Query Label2.9
CDCEDACUITY CDC Emergency Department AcuityCDC Emergency Department AcuityPatient Acuity indicates level of care required (Acute, Chronic, Critical)
cdcgs1vis VIS Bar Codes (IIS)VIS Bar Codes (IIS)The purpose of the barcode on the bottom of the Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) is to provide an opportunity to electronically capture the VIS document type (e.g. influenza, MMR) and the edition date of the VIS, as required by the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA). For more information, please visit - http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/vis-barcodes.htm
CDCINDUSTRY2010 Industry CDC Census 2010Industry CDC Census 2010For more information and instructions on using this coding system, see the instruction manual for CDC-Census I&O coding at: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/coding/
CDCM CDC Methods/Instruments CodesCDC Methods/Instruments CodesPublic Health Practice Program Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4770 Buford Highway, Atlanta, GA, 30421. Also available via FTP
CDCNHSN CDC National Healthcare Safety Network CodesCDC National Healthcare Safety Network CodesA set of patient safety and healthcare personnel safety vocabulary concepts and associated identifiers maintained as a code system by the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network.
CE (obsolete) CEN ECG diagnostic codesCEN ECG diagnostic codes2.9CEN ECG diagnostic codes - (Obsolete, retained for backwards compatibility only. See the entry for the MDC coding system.)
CDCOBS CDC BioSense RT observations (Census) - CDCCDC BioSense RT observations (Census) - CDCList of BioSense RT observations (Clinical) used in OBX-3 like Temperature, Bloodpressure and Census related observations.
CDCOCCUPATION2010 Occupation CDC Census 2010Occupation CDC Census 2010For more information and instructions on using this coding system, see the instruction manual for CDC-Census I&O coding at: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/coding/
CDCODH Occupational Data for Health (ODH)Occupational Data for Health (ODH)Code System Source URL: https://phinvads.cdc.gov/vads/ViewCodeSystem.action?id=2.16.840.1.114222.4.5.327 Code System OID: 2.16.840.1.114222.4.5.327
CDCPHINVS CDC PHIN Vocabulary Coding SystemCDC PHIN Vocabulary Coding SystemCDC Public Health Information Network Vocabulary Service (PHIN VS) coding system concepts are used when the public health concepts are not available in the Standard Development Organization(SDO) Vocabulary like SNOMED CT, LOINC, ICD-9, etc.. The concepts in this coding system will be mapped to SDO Vocabulary when it is available.
CDCREC Race & Ethnicity - CDCRace & Ethnicity - CDCThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has prepared a code set for use in coding race and ethnicity data. This code set is based on current federal standards for classifying data on race and ethnicity, specifically the minimum race and ethnicity categories defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and a more detailed set of race and ethnicity categories maintained by the U.S. Bureau of the Census (BC). The main purpose of the code set is to facilitate use of federal standards for classifying data on race and ethnicity when these data are exchanged, stored, retrieved, or analyzed in electronic form. At the same time, the code set can be applied to paper-based record systems to the extent that these systems are used to collect, maintain, and report data on race and ethnicity in accordance with current federal standards.
CDS CDC SurveillanceCDC SurveillanceCDC Surveillance Codes. For data unique to specific public health surveillance requirements. Epidemiology Program Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA, 30333. (404) 639-3661.
CE CEN ECG diagnostic codesCEN ECG diagnostic codesCEN ECG diagnostic codes – (Obsolete, retained for backwards compatibility only. See the entry for the MDC coding system.)
Chrom-Loc Cytogenetic (chromosome) locationCytogenetic (chromosome) locationChromosome location (AKA chromosome locus or cytogenetic location), is the standardized syntax for recording the position of genes and large mutations. It consists of three parts: the Chromosome number (e 1-22, X, Y), an indicator of which arm – either “p” for the short or “q” for the long, and then a series of numbers separated by dots that indicate the band, sub band and sub-sub band of the locus - e.g. 2p16.3 . There are other conventions for reporting ranges and locations at the end of the chromosomes. The table of these chromosome locations was loaded initially with the all of the locations found in NCBI’s ClinVar variation tables. It will expand as additional sources become available.
CLINVAR-V ClinVar Variant IDClinVar Variant IDClinVar processes submissions reporting variants found in patient samples, assertions made regarding their clinical significance, information about the submitter, and other supporting data. The alleles described in submissions are mapped to reference sequences, and reported according to the HGVS standard.
CLP CLIPCLIPCodes for radiology reports. Simon Leeming, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston MA.
CMSOEC OCE Edit CodeOCE Edit CodeU.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Integrated Outpatient Code Editor (I/OCE). The edits that applied to the billing code. The OCE not only identifies individual errors but also indicates what actions should be taken and the reasons why these actions are necessary. In order to accommodate this functionality, the OCE is structured to return lists of edit numbers. This structure facilitates the linkage between the actions being taken, the reasons for the actions and the information on the claim (e.g., a specific diagnosis) that caused the action.
CMSOMC OCE Modifier CodeOCE Modifier CodeU.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Integrated Outpatient Code Editor (I/OCE). The edits that applied to the code modifier. The OCE not only identifies individual errors but also indicates what actions should be taken and the reasons why these actions are necessary. In order to accommodate this functionality, the OCE is structured to return lists of edit numbers. This structure facilitates the linkage between the actions being taken, the reasons for the actions and the information on the claim (e.g., a specific diagnosis) that caused the action.
FDAUDI FDA Unique Device IdentifierFDA Unique Device Identifier2.9Represents the approved agencies by the FDA that assign UDI Device Identifiers.
COSMIC-Smpl COSMIC – Simple variantsCOSMIC – Simple variantsThis table includes only simple somatic (cancer) mutations, one per unique mutation ID. The codes is the COSMIC mutation ID, and the name uses Ensembl RefSeqs and the single letter code for p.HGVS. It carries fields analogous to most of the key fields in ClinVar, but its reference sequences are Ensembl transcript reference sequences with prefixes of ENST; it specifies amino acid changes with the older, HGVS, single letter codes and it carries examples of primary cancers and primary tissues, fields that are not in ClinVar. COSMIC's source table includes multiple records per mutation - one per submission. The COSMIC-Simple Variants table carries only includes one record per unique mutation- more than 3 million of them. These contents are copyright COSMIC (http://cancer.sanger.ac.uk/cosmic/license) LHC has produced a look up table for these records, and for users to look up particular mutation IDs with permission from COSMIC. However, interested parties must contact COSMIC for permission to download these records.
COSMIC-Strc COSMIC-Structural variantsCOSMIC-Structural variantsCOSMIC has divided structural variants into two tables one called structural variants and one called copy number variants, both kinds of which are carried in NCBIs dbVar table.
CPTM CPT Modifier CodeCPT Modifier CodeAvailable for the AMA at the address listed for CPT above. These codes are found in Appendix A of CPT 2000 Standard Edition. (CPT 2000 Standard Edition, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL).
CST COSTARTCOSTARTInternational coding system for adverse drug reactions. In the USA, maintained by the FDA, Rockville, MD.
CVX CDC Vaccine CodesCDC Vaccine CodesNational Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1660 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA, 30333
dbVar-GL dbVar-GermlinedbVar-GermlinedbVar is NCBI's database of genomic structural variations (including copy number variants) that are larger than 50 contiguous base pairs. It is the complement of dbSNP, which only contains variants occurring in 50 or fewer contiguous base pairs. It contains insertions, deletions, duplications, inversions, multi-nucleotide substitutions, mobile element insertions, translocations, and complex chromosomal rearrangements.
dbVar-som dbVar-SomaticdbVar-SomaticdbVar is NCBI's database of genomic structural variations (including copy number variants) that are larger than 50 contiguous base pairs. It is the complement of dbSNP, which only contains variants occurring in 50 or fewer contiguous base pairs. It contains insertions, deletions, duplications, inversions, multi-nucleotide substitutions, mobile element insertions, translocations, and complex chromosomal rearrangements.
DCM DICOM Controlled TerminologyDICOM Controlled TerminologyCodes defined in DICOM Content Mapping Resource. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM). NEMA Publication PS-3.16 National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). Rosslyn, VA, 22209. Available at:
E EUCLIDESEUCLIDESAvailable from Euclides Foundation International nv, Excelsiorlaan 4A, B-1930 Zaventem, Belgium; Phone: 32 2 720 90 60.
E5 Euclides quantity codesEuclides quantity codesAvailable from Euclides Foundation International nv (see above)
E6 Euclides Lab method codesEuclides Lab method codesAvailable from Euclides Foundation International nv, Excelsiorlaan 4A, B-1930 Zaventem, Belgium; Phone: 32 2 720 90 60.
E7 Euclides Lab equipment codesEuclides Lab equipment codesAvailable from Euclides Foundation International nv (see above)
EDLEVEL Education LevelEducation LevelFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.1077 EducationLevel in the Version 3 vocabulary.
ensembl-G Ensembl genomic reference sequenceEnsembl genomic reference sequenceSet of Ensembl genomic reference sequences whose identifiers have a prefix of "ENSG." It only includes genomic sequences associated with genes and uses the whole build plus the chromosome number to identify chromosome reference sequences, rather than a separate set of reference sequence identifier as NCBI does.
Ensembl-P Ensembl protein reference sequenceEnsembl protein reference sequenceSet of Ensembl protein reference sequences. Their identifiers are distinguished by the prefix of "ENSP," and correspond to NCBI's "NP_" identifiers.
ensembl-T Ensembl transcript reference sequenceEnsembl transcript reference sequenceSet of reference sequences for transcripts of coding regions. Their identifiers all have a prefix of "ENST." There are parallels for most (if not all) of what is in Ensembl within NCBI. "ENST" parallels NCBI's "NM_" identifiers. In general, Ensembl takes its reference sequences directly from the build. NCBI adjusts its reference sequences by replacing known "mutations" with sequences that better reflect the population "normal".
ENTITYCODE Entity CodeEntity CodeFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.1060 EntityCode in the Version 3 vocabulary.
ENTITYHDLG Entity Handling CodeEntity Handling CodeFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.42 EntityHandling in the Version 3 vocabulary.
ENZC Enzyme CodesEnzyme CodesEnzyme Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Enzyme Nomenclature: Recommendations on the Nomenclature and Classification of Enzyme-Catalysed Reactions. London: Academic Press, 1992.
GMDC2009 German Major Diagnostic Codes v2009German Major Diagnostic Codes v20092.9German Major Diagnostic Codes version 2009.
EPASRS EPA SRSEPA SRSSubset of EPA SRS listing chemicals that are present in ECOTOX, STORET and TRI.
GS1UDI GS1 Unique Device IdentifierGS1 Unique Device Identifier2.9
FDAUNII Unique Ingredient Identifier (UNII)Unique Ingredient Identifier (UNII)The Unique Ingredient Identifier (UNII) generated from the FDA Substance Registration System (SRS).
FDDC First DataBank Drug CodesFirst DataBank Drug CodesNational Drug Data File. Proprietary product of First DataBank, Inc. (800) 633-3453, or http://www.firstdatabank.com.
FDDX First DataBank Diagnostic CodesFirst DataBank Diagnostic CodesUsed for drug-diagnosis interaction checking. Proprietary product of First DataBank, Inc. As above for FDDC.
FDK FDA K10FDA K10Dept. of Health & Human Services, Food & Drug Administration, Rockville, MD 20857. (device & analyte process codes).
FIPS5_2 FIPS 5-2 (State)FIPS 5-2 (State)Codes for the Identification of the States, the District of Columbia and the Outlying Areas of the United States, and Associated Areas.
HIBUDI HIBCC Unique Device IdentifierHIBCC Unique Device Identifier2.9
FIPS55_3 Populated Places (FIPS 55-3)Populated Places (FIPS 55-3)Codes for Named Populated Places, Primary County Divisions, and Other Locational Entities of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Outlying Areas (without codes)
FIPS6_4 FIPS 6-4 (County)FIPS 6-4 (County)Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 6-4 provides the names and codes that represent the counties and other entities treated as equivalent legal and/or statistical subdivisions of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the possessions and freely associated areas of the United States.
GDRG2004 G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2004G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2004German Handbook for DRGs. The THREE versions, "2004" , "2005" and "2006" are active
GDRG2005 G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2005G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2005German Handbook for DRGs. The THREE versions, "2004" , "2005" and "2006" are active
GDRG2006 G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2006G-DRG German DRG Codes v 2006German Handbook for DRGs. The THREE versions, "2004" , "2005" and "2006" are active
GDRG2007 G-DRG German DRG Codes v2007G-DRG German DRG Codes v2007German Handbook for DRGs 2007.
GDRG2008 G-DRG German DRG Codes v2008G-DRG German DRG Codes v2008German Handbook for DRGs 2008.
GDRG2009 G-DRG German DRG Codes v2008G-DRG German DRG Codes v2008German Handbook for DRGs 2009.
GMDC2004 German Major Diagnostic Codes v 1004German Major Diagnostic Codes v 1004German Major Diagnostic Codes version "2004"
GMDC2005 German Major Diagnostic Codes v2005German Major Diagnostic Codes v2005
GMDC2006 German Major v2006 Diagnostic CodesGerman Major v2006 Diagnostic Codes
GMDC2007 German Major Diagnostic Codes v2007German Major Diagnostic Codes v2007German Major Diagnostic Codes 2007.
GMDC2008 German Major Diagnostic Codes v2008German Major Diagnostic Codes v2008German Major Diagnostic Codes v2008.
HB HIBCCHIBCCHealth Industry Business Communications Council, 5110 N. 40th St., Ste 120, Phoenix, AZ 85018.
HCPCS CMS (formerly HCFA) Common Procedure Coding SystemCMS (formerly HCFA) Common Procedure Coding SystemHCPCS: contains codes for medical equipment, injectable drugs, transportation services, and other services not found in CPT4. http://www.cms.hhs.gov/MedHCPCSGenInfo/
IBTnnnn ISBT 128 codes where nnnn specifies a specific table within ISBT 128.ISBT 128 codes where nnnn specifies a specific table within ISBT 128.2.9International Society of Blood Transfusion. (specific contact information will be supplied to editor.)<p>The variable suffix (nnnn) identifies a specific table within ISBT 128.
HCPT Health Care Provider TaxonomyHealth Care Provider TaxonomyFormerly the responsibility of Workgroup 15 (Provider Information) within ANSI ASC X12N, all maintenance is now done by NUCC (turned over in 2001). Primary distribution is the responsibility of Washington Publishing Company, through its World Wide Web Site http://www.wpc-edi.com. Requests for new codes or changes may be done through the same website. For further information, NUCC may be contacted at: Stephanie Moncada, NUCC Secretary American Medical Association 515 N. State St. Chicago, IL 60610 Email: stephanie.moncada@ama-assn.org
ICCUDI ICCBBA Unique Device IdentifierICCBBA Unique Device Identifier2.9
HGNC-Symb HGNC-symbHGNC-symbThe HGNC gene table carries the GENE ID, gene symbol and full gene name. The GENE ID is specific to the species. The gene symbol and name will be shared by all species with the same gene. The HGNC-Symb table carries only human genes. The code for this coding system is the HGNC gene code, the "name" or print string is the HGNC gene symbol. More than 28,000 human gene symbols and names have been assigned so far, but some human genes lack an HGNC code and symbol. These are mostly non protein coding genes.
HGVS.c HGVS- Transcript syntaxHGVS- Transcript syntaxSyntax that describes variations (mutations) at the transcript (messenger RNA) level. The transcript syntax statements, which can describe simple and complex variants, are distinguished by a leading "c."
HGVS.g HGVS- Genomic syntaxHGVS- Genomic syntaxSyntax that describes the variations (mutations) at the genome level (the DNA before it is spliced to remove introns). The genomic syntax statements are distinguished by a leading "g."
HGVS.p HGVS-Protein syntaxHGVS-Protein syntaxSyntax that specifies the variations (mutations) at the amino acid level, which is induced by underlying DNA variants. The protein change statements are distinguished by a leading "p."
HHC Home Health CareHome Health CareHome Health Care Classification System; Virginia Saba, EdD, RN; Georgetown University School of Nursing; Washington, DC. Superceded by 'CCC' (see above); this entry is retained for backward-compatibility.
ICD10GM2010 ICD 10 Germany v2010ICD 10 Germany v20102.9ICD German modification for 2010
HI Health OutcomesHealth OutcomesHealth Outcomes Institute codes for outcome variables available (with responses) from Stratis Health (formerly Foundation for Health Care Evaluation and Health Outcomes Institute), 2901 Metro Drive, Suite 400, Bloomington, MN, 55425-1525; (612) 854-3306 (voice); (612) 853-8503 (fax); dziegen@winternet.com. See examples in the Implementation Guide.
ICD10GM2011 ICD 10 Germany v2011ICD 10 Germany v20112.9ICD German modification for 2011
HL7nnnn Health Level Seven defined table of codes, where nnnn is the HL7 table number. The number is four numeric digits as published in HL7 Version 2 chapter 2C. For example, HL70001.Health Level Seven defined table of codes, where nnnn is the HL7 table number. The number is four numeric digits as published in HL7 Version 2 chapter 2C. For example, HL70001.The table value HL7nnnn is meant to restrict the value to the characters 'HL7' and four numeric digits e.g. HL70001 is valid, examples of invalid values include HL71, HL701, HL7001.
HOT Japanese Nationwide Medicine CodeJapanese Nationwide Medicine Code
HPC CMS (formerly HCFA )Procedure Codes (HCPCS)CMS (formerly HCFA )Procedure Codes (HCPCS)Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) including modifiers.[1]
HSLOC Healthcare Service LocationHealthcare Service LocationA comprehensive classification of locations and settings where healthcare services are provided. This code system is based on the NHSN location code system that has been developed over a number of years through CDC's interaction with a variety of healthcare facilities and is intended to serve a variety of reporting needs where coding of healthcare service locations is required.
I10 ICD-10ICD-10World Health Publications, Albany, NY.
I10C International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM)International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM)ICD-10-CM is a clinical modification of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision (ICD-10) published by the United States for reporting diagnosis in morbidity settings. Additional information is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/icd/icd10cm.htm.
I10G2004 ICD 10 Germany 2004ICD 10 Germany 2004Three code sets exist I10G2004, I10G2005, I10G2006
I10G2005 ICD 10 Germany 2005ICD 10 Germany 2005Three code sets exist I10G2004
ISOnnnn (deprecated) ISO Defined Codes where nnnn is the ISO table numberISO Defined Codes where nnnn is the ISO table number2.9International Standards Organization where nnnn is the ISO table number
I10G2006 ICD 10 Germany 2006ICD 10 Germany 2006Three code sets exist I10G2004
ISO ISO 2955.83 (units of measure) with HL7 extensionsISO 2955.83 (units of measure) with HL7 extensions2.9See chapter 7, section 7.4.2.6
I10P International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS)International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS)ICD-10-PCS is a procedure classification published by the United States for classifying procedures performed in hospital inpatient health care settings. Additional information is available at: http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2013-ICD-10-PCS-GEMs.html.
I10P0 ICD-10 Place of OccurrenceICD-10 Place of Occurrence
I9 ICD9ICD9World Health Publications, Albany, NY.
I9C International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM)International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM)ICD-9-CM is a clinical modification of the World Health Organization's 9th Revision, International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9). ICD-9-CM is the official system of assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures associated with healthcare utilization in the United States. Additional information is available at: http://www.cms.hhs.gov/ICD9ProviderDiagnosticCodes/08_ICD10.asp.
I9CDX ICD-9CM Diagnosis codesICD-9CM Diagnosis codesIndicates codes from ICD-9-CM drawn from Volumes 1 and 2, which cover diagnosis codes only.
I9CP ICD-9CM Procedure codesICD-9CM Procedure codesIndicates codes from ICD-9-CM drawn from Volume 3, which covers procedure codes only.
IBT ISBTISBTRetained for backward compatibility only as of v 2.5. This code value has been superceded by the individual codes IBTnnnn (where nnnn identifies a specific table in ISBT 128). Tables commencing with IBT are used in transfusion/transplantation and maintained by ICCBBA, PO Box 11309, San Bernardino, CA
IBT0001 ISBT 128 Standard transfusion/transplantation data itemsISBT 128 Standard transfusion/transplantation data itemsISBT 128 Standard data items used in transfusion/transplantation and maintained by ICCBBA, PO Box 11309, San Bernardino, CA
IC2 ICHPPC-2ICHPPC-2International Classification of Health Problems in Primary Care, Classification Committee of World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners (WONCA), 3rd edition. An adaptation of ICD9 intended for use in General Medicine, Oxford University Press.
ICD10AM ICD-10 Australian modificationICD-10 Australian modification
ICD10CA ICD-10 CanadaICD-10 Canada
ICD10GM2007 ICD 10 Germany v2007ICD 10 Germany v2007ICD German modification for 2007.
ICD10GM2008 ICD 10 Germany v2008ICD 10 Germany v2008ICD German modification for 2008.
ICD10GM2009 ICD 10 Germany v2009ICD 10 Germany v2009ICD German modification for 2009.
ICDO International Classification of Diseases for OncologyInternational Classification of Diseases for OncologyInternational Classification of Diseases for Oncology, 2nd Edition. World Health Organization: Geneva, Switzerland, 1990. Order from: College of American Pathologists, 325 Waukegan Road, Northfield, IL, 60093-2750. (847) 446-8800.
ICDO2 International Classification of Disease for Oncology Second EditionInternational Classification of Disease for Oncology Second EditionPercy C, VanHolten V, and Muir C, editors. International Classification of Diseases for Oncology. Second Edition. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1990. The ICD-9 neoplasm structure did not include morphology and there was a growing interest by physicians to establish a coding system for morphology. ICD-O is used in cancer registries (and other related areas) for coding the topography (site) and morphology of a neoplasm. The topography code uses similar categories as ICD-10 for malignant neoplasms allowing greater specificity for the site of non-malignant neoplasms than in ICD-10. The topography code consists of an alphabetic character (the letter C) followed by two numeric digits, a decimal point, and a numeric digit. The morphology code consists of a 6-digit numeric code which consists of three parts: histologic type (4-digit), behavior code (1-digit), and grading or differentiation (1-digit). ICD-O-2 is used for tumors diagnosed prior to 2001.
ICDO3 International Classification of Disease for Oncology Third EditionInternational Classification of Disease for Oncology Third EditionFritz A, Percy C, Jack A, Shanmugaratnam K, Sobin L, Parkin D, et al, editors. International Classification of Diseases for Oncology. Third Edition. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2000. The ICD-9 neoplasm structure did not include morphology and there was a growing interest by physicians to establish a coding system for morphology. ICD-O is used in cancer registries (and other related areas) for coding the topography (site) and morphology of a neoplasm. The topography code uses similar categories as ICD-10 for malignant neoplasms allowing greater specificity for the site of non-malignant neoplasms than in ICD-10. The topography code consists of an alphabetic character (the letter C) followed by two numeric digits, a decimal point, and a numeric digit. The morphology code consists of a 6-digit numeric code which consists of three parts: histologic type, behavior code, and grading or differentiation. In the third edition the morphology codes were revised, especially for leukemias and lymphomas. ICD-O-3 is used for tumors diagnosed in 2001 and later.
ICF International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)ICF is a classification of those characteristics of health involving functional impairments, activity limitations, or participation restrictions that are often associated with disability. The ICF classification complements the World Health Organization's (WHO) International Classification of Diseases-10th Revision (ICD), which contains information on diagnosis and health condition, but not on functional status. The ICD and ICF constitute the core classifications in the WHO Family of International Classifications (WHO-FIC). Additional information is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/icd/icf.htm.
ICS ICCSICCSCommission on Professional and Hospital Activities, 1968 Green Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
ICSD International Classification of Sleep DisordersInternational Classification of Sleep DisordersInternational Classification of Sleep Disorders Diagnostic and Coding Manual, 1990, available from American Sleep Disorders Association, 604 Second Street SW, Rochester, MN 55902
IHELAW IHE Laboratory Analytical Workflow (LAW) Profile Codes.IHE Laboratory Analytical Workflow (LAW) Profile Codes.The codes are part of the IHE LAW Profile, and it will be published as part of the IHE Laboratory Technical Framework. The technical framework documents can be found with the following link: http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Frameworks/#laboratory
ISCN International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN)International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN)The International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN) has served as the central reference for describing the human chromosome complement.
ISO+ ISO 2955.83 (units of measure) with HL7 extensionsISO 2955.83 (units of measure) with HL7 extensionsSee chapter 7, section 7.4.2.6
ISO3166_1 ISO 3166-1 Country CodesISO 3166-1 Country CodesInternational Standards Organization standard 3166 contains 3 parts. Part 1 contains three tables for codes for countries of the world. These are 2-character alphabetic, 3-character alphabetic, and numeric codes.
ISO3166_2 ISO 3166-2 Country subdivisionsISO 3166-2 Country subdivisionsInternational Standards Organization standard 3166 contains 3 parts. Part 2 contains a complete breakdown into a relevant level of administrative subdivisions of all countries listed in ISO 3166-1. The code elements used consist of the alpha-2 code element from ISO 3166-1 followed by a separator and a further string of up to three alphanumeric characters e. g. DK-025 for the Danish county Roskilde.
ISO4217 ISO4217 Currency CodesISO4217 Currency CodesISO's currency codes, which are based on the ISO country codes are published in the standard ISO 4217:2008 Codes for the representation of currencies and funds. This International Standard specifies the structure for a three-letter alphabetic code and an equivalent three-digit numeric code for the representation of currencies and funds. For those currencies having minor units, it also shows the decimal relationship between such units and the currency itself.
ISO639 ISO 639 LanguageISO 639 LanguageInternational Standards Organization codes for the representation of names of languages. ISO 639 provides two sets of language codes, one as a two-character code set (639-1) and another as a three-character code set (639-2) for the representation of names of languages. ISO 639-3, Codes for the representation of names of languages - Part 3: Alpha-3 code for comprehensive coverage of languages, is a code list that aims to define three-letter identifiers for all known human languages.
ISOnnnn ISO Defined Codes where nnnn is the ISO table number. (deprecated)ISO Defined Codes where nnnn is the ISO table number. (deprecated)International Standards Organization tables. This has been deprecated since the ISO numbered standards are not the same as tables, and there are no "ISO table numbers". Some standards contains tables of values, and some contain more than one table. In the future, specific tables of values drawn from ISO standards will have explicit entries here in table 0396. Use the specific entries for identified tables instead of this one.
ITIS Integrated Taxonomic Information SystemIntegrated Taxonomic Information SystemThis is a taxonomic hierarchy for living organisms.
IUPC IUPAC/IFCC Component CodesIUPAC/IFCC Component CodesCodes used by IUPAC/IFF to identify the component (analyte) measured. Contact Henrik Olesen, as above for IUPP.
IUPP IUPAC/IFCC Property CodesIUPAC/IFCC Property CodesInternational Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry/International Federation of Clinical Chemistry. The Silver Book: Compendium of terminology and nomenclature of properties in clinical laboratory sciences. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publishers, 1995. Henrik Olesen, M.D., D.M.Sc., Chairperson, Department of Clinical Chemistry, KK76.4.2, Rigshospitalet, University Hospital of Copenhagen, DK-2200, Copenhagen. http://inet.uni-c.dk/~qukb7642/
JC10 JLAC/JSLM, nationwide laboratory codeJLAC/JSLM, nationwide laboratory codeSource: Classification &Coding for Clinical Laboratory. Japanese Society of Laboratory Medicine(JSLM, Old:Japan Society of Clinical Pathology). Version 10, 1997. A multiaxial code including a analyte code (e.g., Rubella = 5f395), identification code (e.g., virus ab IGG=1431), a specimen code (e.g., serum =023) and a method code (e.g., ELISA = 022)
JC8 Japanese ChemistryJapanese ChemistryClinical examination classification code. Japan Association of Clinical Pathology. Version 8, 1990. A multiaxial code including a subject code (e.g., Rubella = 5f395, identification code (e.g., virus ab IGG), a specimen code (e.g., serum =023) and a method code (e.g., ELISA = 022)
JJ1017 Japanese Image Examination CacheJapanese Image Examination Cache
L Local general code for a site-defined code system used for a specific set of trading partners. The 'zzz' SHALL be any printable ASCII string. Length of the name SHALL not exceed field width, and is subject to local implementation.Local general code for a site-defined code system used for a specific set of trading partners. The 'zzz' SHALL be any printable ASCII string. Length of the name SHALL not exceed field width, and is subject to local implementation.The 'zzz' may be any printable ASCII string of variable length, but the recommendation is to generally use only numbers and uppercase letters, as that is how all of the currently existent table 396 entries have been created for many years. In addition, there is no explicit length restriction, but it is recommended that the string be kept below a 20 character maximum.
LANGUAL LanguaLLanguaLLanguaL stands for "Langua aLimentaria" or "language of food" LanguaL is a multilingual thesaural system using facetted classification about food. Terms reprented in PHIN VADS will be limited to the English language version.
LB Local billing codeLocal billing codeLocal billing codes/names (with extensions if needed).
LN Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC®)Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC®)Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC®) provides a set of universal codes and names for identifying laboratory and other clinical observations. One of the main goals of LOINC is to facilitate the exchange and pooling of results for clinical care, outcomes management, and research. LOINC was initiated by Regenstrief Institute research scientists who continue to develop it with the collaboration of the LOINC Committee. The LOINC table, LOINC codes, and LOINC panels and forms file are copyright © 1995-2011, Regenstrief Institute, Inc. and the LOINC Committee and available at no cost (http://loinc.org) under the license at http://loinc.org/terms-of-use. The laboratory portion of the LOINC database contains the usual clinical laboratory categories of chemistry, hematology, serology, microbiology (including parasitology and virology), toxicology; as well as categories for drugs and the cell counts, antibiotic susceptibilities, and more. The clinical portion of the LOINC database includes entries for vital signs, hemodynamics, intake/output, EKG, obstetric ultrasound, cardiac echo, radiology report titles, pulmonary ventilator management, document and section titles, patient assessment instruments (e.g. Glascow Coma Score, PHQ-9 depression scale, CMS-required patient assessment instruments), and other clinical observations.
LRG-RefSeq Locus Reference Genomic (LRG)Locus Reference Genomic (LRG)LRG is a manually curated record that contains stable and thus, un-versioned reference sequences designed specifically for reporting sequence variants with clinical implications. It provides a genomic DNA sequence representation of a single gene that is idealized, has a permanent ID (with no versioning), and core content that never changes. Their database includes maps to NCBI, Ensembl and USCS reference sequences.
MCD MedicaidMedicaidMedicaid billing codes/names.
MCR MedicareMedicareMedicare billing codes/names.
MDC Medical Device CommunicationMedical Device CommunicationEN ISO/IEEE 11073-10101 Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication - Nomenclature
MDDX Medispan Diagnostic CodesMedispan Diagnostic CodesCodes Used for drug-diagnosis interaction checking. Proprietary product. Hierarchical drug codes for identifying drugs down to manufacturer and pill size. MediSpan, Inc., 8425 Woodfield Crossing Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Tel: (800) 428-4495. URL: http://www.medispan.com/Products/index.aspx?cat=1. As above for MGPI.
MEDC Medical Economics Drug CodesMedical Economics Drug CodesProprietary Codes for identifying drugs. Proprietary product of Medical Economics Data, Inc. (800) 223-0581.
Medgen-Dis NCBI MedGen disease subsetNCBI MedGen disease subsetMedGen-disease is a subset disease concepts (about 20,000 as of January 2016) taken from the MedGEN table. It includes most known genetic and clinical diseases.
MEDIATYPE MIME Media Type IANAMIME Media Type IANAEncoding as defined by MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
MEDR Medical Dictionary for Drug Regulatory Affairs (MEDDRA)Medical Dictionary for Drug Regulatory Affairs (MEDDRA)Patrick Revelle, Director MSSO 12011 Sunset Hills Road, VAR1/7B52 Reston, VA 20190 Patrick.Revelle@ngc.com http://www.meddramsso.com/MSSOWeb/index.htm
OPS2010 OPS Germany v2010OPS Germany v20102.9Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschluessel 2010.
MEDX Medical Economics Diagnostic CodesMedical Economics Diagnostic CodesUsed for drug-diagnosis interaction checking. Proprietary product of Medical Economics Data, Inc. (800) 223-0581.
OPS2011 OPS Germany v2011OPS Germany v20112.9Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschluessel 2011.
MGPI Medispan GPIMedispan GPIMedispan hierarchical drug codes for identifying drugs down to manufacturer and pill size. Proprietary product of MediSpan, Inc., 8425 Woodfield Crossing Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Tel: (800) 428-4495.
MVX CDC Vaccine Manufacturer CodesCDC Vaccine Manufacturer CodesAs above, for CVX
NAICS Industry (NAICS)Industry (NAICS)The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) consists of a set of six digit codes that classify and categorize industries. It also organizes the categories on a production/process-oriented basis. This new, uniform, industry-wide classification system has been designed as the index for statistical reporting of all economic activities of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Mapping is available between SIC 1987 and NAICS 2002 codes at U.S. Census Bureau website. Mapping is also available between NAICS 2002 and NAICS 2007 at U.S. Census Bureau website
NCPDPnnnnsss NCPDP code list for data element nnnn [as used in segment sss]NCPDP code list for data element nnnn [as used in segment sss]NCPDP maintain code list associated with the specified Data Element (nnnn) and Segment (sss). The Segment portion is optional if there is no specialization of the Data Element codes between segments. Examples: NCPDP1131RES = code set defined for NCPDP data element 1131 as used in the RES segment (Code List Qualifier – Response Code) NCPDP1131STS = code set defined for NCPDP data element 1131 as used in the STS segment (Code List Qualifier – Reject Code) NCPDP9701 = code set defined for NCPDP data element 9701 (Individual Relationship, Coded). No specialization to a segment exists for this data element. National Council for Prescription Drug Programs, 924Ø East Raintree Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 8526Ø. Phone: (48Ø) 477-1ØØØ Fax: (48Ø) 767-1Ø42 e-mail: ncpdp@ncpdp.org www.ncpdp.org
NDA NANDANANDANorth American Nursing Diagnosis Association, Philadelphia, PA.
NDC National drug codesNational drug codesThese provide unique codes for each distinct drug, dosing form, manufacturer, and packaging. (Available from the National Drug Code Directory, FDA, Rockville, MD, and other sources.)
NDFRT NDF-RT (Drug Classification)NDF-RT (Drug Classification)The National Drug File RT (NDF-RT) is published by the US Veterans' Administration (VA). NDF-RT covers clinical drugs used at the VA. The NCI version of NDF-RT is used by NCI to provide automated terminology access to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Structured Product Label (SPL) initiative.
NIC Nursing Interventions ClassificationNursing Interventions ClassificationIowa Intervention Project, College of Nursing, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
NIP001 Source of Information (Immunization)Source of Information (Immunization)CDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table to be used in HL7 2.x message RXA-9 for documenting the source of information regarding immunization. E.g. From school, provider,public health agency.
NIP002 Substance refusal reasonSubstance refusal reasonCDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table to be used in HL7 2.x message RXA-18 for substance refusal reason (reasons for not having vaccination). E.g. Religious exemption, parental decision
NIP004 Vaccination - Contraindications, Precautions, and ImmunitiesVaccination - Contraindications, Precautions, and ImmunitiesCDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table for vaccine contraindications and precautions. E.g. Allergy to egg ingestion, thimerosol
NIP007 Vaccinated at location (facility)Vaccinated at location (facility)CDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table for vaccinated at location (facility). E.g. Private doctor's office, Public Health Clinic
NIP008 Vaccine purchased with (Type of funding)Vaccine purchased with (Type of funding)CDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table enumerates the type of funds used for purchasing vaccine. E.g. Public funds, Military funds
NIP009 Reported adverse event previouslyReported adverse event previouslyCDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table enumerates the authorities to whom the vaccination related adverse events were previously reported. E.g. To health department, To manufacturer
NIP010 VAERS Report typeVAERS Report typeCDC National Immunization Program's (NIP) defined table enumerates the type of report used in VAERS (Vaccination Adverse Event Reporting System). E.g. Initial, Follow-up
NND Notifiable Event (Disease/Condition) Code ListNotifiable Event (Disease/Condition) Code ListList of notifiable events, which includes infectious and non-infectious disease or conditions. This list includes events that are notifiable at the state and national level.
NPI National Provider IdentifierNational Provider IdentifierHealth Care Finance Administration, US Dept. of Health and Human Services, 7500 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21244.
NUBC National Uniform Billing Committee CodeNational Uniform Billing Committee Codehttp://www.nubc.org/
NULLFL Flavors of NULLFlavors of NULLSystem of coded values for Flavors of Null, as used in HL7 Version 3 standards. Identical to the HL7 version 3 coding system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.1008 NullFlavor
O301 German Procedure CodesGerman Procedure CodesSource: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel. Three versions are active.
O3012004 OPS Germany 2004OPS Germany 2004Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel. Three versions are active
O3012005 OPS Germany 2005OPS Germany 2005Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel. Three versions are active
O3012006 Ops Germany 2006Ops Germany 2006Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel. Three versions are active
OBSMETHOD Observation Method CodeObservation Method CodeFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.84 ObservationMethod in the Version 3 vocabulary.
OHA Omaha SystemOmaha SystemOmaha Visiting Nurse Association, Omaha, NB.
OPS2007 OPS Germany v2007OPS Germany v2007Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel 2007.
OPS2008 OPS Germany v2008OPS Germany v2008Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel 2008.
OPS2009 OPS Germany v2008OPS Germany v2008Source: OPS Operationen- und Prozedurenschlussel 2009.
PHDSCSOPT Source of Payment TypologySource of Payment TypologyThe Source of Payment Typology was developed and is maintained by the Public Health Data Standards Consortium's Payer Type Subcommittee. The purpose of the Payer Typology Subcommittee is to create and refine a standard to allow consistent reporting of payer data to public health agencies for health care services and research.
PHINQUESTION CDC Public Health Information Network (PHIN) QuestionCDC Public Health Information Network (PHIN) QuestionCDC Public Health Questions used in HL7 Message as observation identifiers. These question or observation identifiers are used in CDC's message implementation guides and will be passed in HL7 OBX-3 or Observation.Code
PLR CDC PHLIP Lab result codes that are not covered in SNOMED at the time of this implementationCDC PHLIP Lab result codes that are not covered in SNOMED at the time of this implementationAPHL CDC co-sponsored PHLIP
PLT CDC PHLIP Lab test codes, where LOINC concept is too broad or not yet available, especially as needed for ordering and or lab to lab reporting )CDC PHLIP Lab test codes, where LOINC concept is too broad or not yet available, especially as needed for ordering and or lab to lab reporting )APHL CDC co-sponsored PHLIP
X12Dennnn ASC X12 Code List nnnnASC X12 Code List nnnn2.9Code list associated with X12 Data Element nnnn. Example::<p>X12DE738 - code set defined for X12 data element 738 (Measurement Qualifier)<p>The Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12<p>http://www.x12.org
POS POS CodesPOS CodesHCFA Place of Service Codes for Professional Claims (see http://www.cms.hhs.gov/PlaceofServiceCodes/).
PRTCPTNMODE Paticipation Mode CodePaticipation Mode CodeFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.1064 ParticipationMode in the Version 3 vocabulary.
RC Read ClassificationRead ClassificationThe Read Clinical Classification of Medicine, Park View Surgery, 26 Leicester Rd., Loughborough LE11 2AG (includes drug procedure and other codes, as well as diagnostic codes).
refSeq-G NCBI - genomic and chromosome reference sequencesNCBI - genomic and chromosome reference sequencesSubset of NLM Human RefSeqs with prefix of “NG_ or NC_". Those prefixed with "NC_" represent the whole genomic RefSeq for individual chromosomes. Those prefixed with "NG_" represent genes with all of their introns and flanking regions and other larger or smaller genomic sequences.
RefSeq-P NCBI - protein reference sequenceNCBI - protein reference sequenceReference sequences for proteins. Not commonly reported because Amino acid changes can be computed directly from DNA changes based on transcript reference sequence. However some fields are interested only in the protein sequence change, and proteins can be sequenced independently of DNA sequencing.
refSeq-T NCBI-transcript reference sequences (RefSeq)NCBI-transcript reference sequences (RefSeq)Subset of NLM RefSeq records with prefix of "NM_" are reference sequences that represent messenger RNA.
ROLECLASS Used initially for contact roles.Used initially for contact roles.For use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.111 RoleCode in the Version 3 vocabulary.
ROLECODE Participation ModeParticipation ModeFor use in v2.x systems interoperating with V3 systems. Identical to the code system 2.16.840.1.113883.5.111 RoleCode in the Version 3 vocabulary.
RSPMODE Specifies the mode, immediate versus deferred or queued, by which a receiver should communicate its receiver responsibilities.Specifies the mode, immediate versus deferred or queued, by which a receiver should communicate its receiver responsibilities.V3 coding system, available in RIM download materials.
RXNORM RxNormRxNormRxNorm provides standard names for clinical drugs (active ingredient + strength + dose form) and for dose forms as administered to a patient. It provides links from clinical drugs, both branded and generic, to their active ingredients, drug components (active ingredient + strength), and related brand names. NDCs (National Drug Codes) for specific drug products (where there are often many NDC codes for a single product) are linked to that product in RxNorm. RxNorm links its names to many of the drug vocabularies commonly used in pharmacy management and drug interaction software, including those of First Databank, Micromedex, MediSpan, and Multum. By providing links between these vocabularies, RxNorm can mediate messages between systems not using the same software and vocabulary.RxNorm is one of a suite of designated standards for use in U.S. Federal Government systems for the electronic exchange of clinical health information.
RxT-Ingrd RxTerms-Ingredients SubsetRxTerms-Ingredients SubsetRxT-Ingrd is a specialization of the RxNorm database that includes the ingredients in RxTerms except allergens (used for allergy testing), combination ingredients, and inactive ingredients. The subset is designed for identifying drugs that might be the focus of pharmacogenetic testing.
SCT SNOMED Clinical TermsSNOMED Clinical TermsSNOMED-CT concept identifier codes. SNOMED International, I325 Waukegan Rd, Northfield, IL, 60093, +1 800-323-4040, mailto:snomed@cap.org http://www.snomed.org
SCT2 SNOMED Clinical Terms alphanumeric codesSNOMED Clinical Terms alphanumeric codesUsed to indicate that the code value is the legacy-style SNOMED alphanumeric codes, rather than the concept identifier codes. SNOMED International, I325 Waukegan Rd, Northfield, IL, 60093, +1 800-323-4040, mailto:snomed@cap.org http://www.snomed.org
SDM SNOMED- DICOM MicroglossarySNOMED- DICOM MicroglossaryCollege of American Pathologists, Skokie, IL, 60077-1034. (formerly designated as 99SDM).
SIC Industry (SIC)Industry (SIC)Standard Industry Classification - 1987. Use NAICS 2002. This is mainly for mapping and backward compatibility purposes.
SNM Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED)Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED)Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine, 2nd Edition 1984 Vols 1, 2, College of American Pathologists, Skokie, IL.
SNM3 SNOMED InternationalSNOMED InternationalSNOMED International, 1993 Vols 1-4, College of American Pathologists, Skokie, IL, 60077-1034.
SNT SNOMED topology codes (anatomic sites)SNOMED topology codes (anatomic sites)College of American Pathologists, 5202 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL 60077-1034.
SOC Occupation (SOC 2000)Occupation (SOC 2000)The 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system is used by Federal statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data.
UB04FL14 Priority (Type) of VisitPriority (Type) of VisitOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL15 Point of OriginPoint of OriginOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL17 Patient Discharge StatusPatient Discharge StatusOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL31 Occurrence CodeOccurrence CodeOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL35 Occurrence SpanOccurrence SpanOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL39 Value CodeValue CodeOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, published July 2007, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL42 Revenue CodeRevenue CodeOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, most current published edition, by theU.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UB04FL67 Present on AdmissionPresent on AdmissionOfficial UB-04 Data Specification Manual, most current published edition, by the U.S. National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC), and can be found at http://www.nubc.org. This coding system supersedes UB92 and is effective immediately (July, 2007).
UC UCDSUCDSUniform Clinical Data Systems. Ms. Michael McMullan, Office of Peer Review Health Care Finance Administration, The Meadows East Bldg., 6325 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21207; (301) 966 6851.
UCUM UCUM code set for units of measure(from Regenstrief)UCUM code set for units of measure(from Regenstrief)Added by motion of VOCABULARY T.C. 20060308 14-0-3
UMD MDNSMDNSUniversal Medical Device Nomenclature System. ECRI, 5200 Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 USA. Phone: 215-825-6000, Fax: 215-834-1275.
UML Unified Medical LanguageUnified Medical LanguageNational Library of Medicine, 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894.
UPC Universal Product CodeUniversal Product CodeThe Uniform Code Council. 8163 Old Yankee Road, Suite J, Dayton, OH 45458; (513) 435 3070
UPIN UPINUPINMedicare/CMS 's (formerly HCFA) universal physician identification numbers, available from Health Care Financing Administration, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Program Operations, 6325 Security Blvd., Meadows East Bldg., Room 300, Baltimore, MD 21207
USGSGNIS U.S. Board on Geographic Names (USGS - GNIS)U.S. Board on Geographic Names (USGS - GNIS)List of populated places(City) from U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Name Information System (USGS GNIS)
USPS United States Postal ServiceUnited States Postal ServiceTwo Letter State and Possession Abbreviations are listed in Publication 28, Postal Addressing Standards which can be obtained from Address Information Products, National Address Information Center, 6060 Primacy Parkway, Suite 101, Memphis, Tennessee 38188-0001 Questions of comments regarding the publication should be addressed to the Office of Address and Customer Information Systems, Customer and Automation Service Department, US Postal Service, 475 Lenfant Plaza SW Rm 7801, Washington, DC 20260-5902
VIS Clinicians are required to track the Vaccine Information Sheet (VIS) that was shared with the recipient of a vaccination. This code system contains codes that identify the document type and the owner of the document.Clinicians are required to track the Vaccine Information Sheet (VIS) that was shared with the recipient of a vaccination. This code system contains codes that identify the document type and the owner of the document.More information can be found at the CDC Immunization Standards page at http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/default.htm. Content may be downloaded from PHINVADS at https://phinvads.cdc.gov/vads/ViewCodeSystem.action?id=2.16.840.1.113883.6.304 and at http://www.cdc.gov/phin/activities/vocabulary.html.
W1 WHO record # drug codes (6 digit)WHO record # drug codes (6 digit)World Health organization record number code. A unique sequential number is assigned to each unique single component drug and to each multi-component drug. Eight digits are allotted to each such code, six to identify the active agent, and 2 to identify the salt, of single content drugs. Six digits are assigned to each unique combination of drugs in a dispensing unit. The six digit code is identified by W1, the 8 digit code by W2.
W2 WHO record # drug codes (8 digit)WHO record # drug codes (8 digit)World Health organization record number code. A unique sequential number is assigned to each unique single component drug and to each multi-component drug. Eight digits are allotted to each such code, six to identify the active agent, and 2 to identify the salt, of single content drugs. Six digits are assigned to each unique combination of drugs in a dispensing unit. The six digit code is identified by W1, the 8 digit code by W2.
W4 WHO record # code with ASTM extensionWHO record # code with ASTM extensionWith ASTM extensions (see Implementation Guide), the WHO codes can be used to report serum (and other) levels, patient compliance with drug usage instructions, average daily doses and more (see Appendix X1 the Implementation Guide).
WC WHO ATCWHO ATCWHO’s ATC codes provide a hierarchical classification of drugs by therapeutic class. They are linked to the record number codes listed above.
X12DEnnnn ASC X12 Code List nnnnASC X12 Code List nnnnCode list associated with X12 Data Element nnnn. Example:: X12DE738 – code set defined for X12 data element 738 (Measurement Qualifier) The Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 www.x12.org

History

DateActionAuthorCustodianComment
2020-05-06reviseTed KleinVocabulary WGMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.