Administrative health region—palliative care strategic plan indicator, yes/no code N
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Element|
|Short name:||Administrative health region palliative care strategic plan indicator|
|Registration status:||Health, Retired 01/12/2015|
Whether an administrative health region has a written strategic plan which incorporates palliative care elements, as represented by a code.
|Data Element Concept:||Administrative health region—palliative care strategic plan indicator|
Value domain attributes
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Data element attributes
Collection and usage attributes
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A palliative care strategic plan may be an entire health region's plan, or an aggregation of the region’s sub-units’ plans. The plan may be specifically for palliative care or a general health service plan that includes palliative care elements.
The palliative care elements in the plan must include all of the following aspects:
A strategic plan typically has a mission statement, outlines a vision, values and strategies, and includes goals and objectives. A strategic plan may: serve as a framework for decisions; provide a basis for more detailed planning; explain the business to others in order to inform, motivate and involve; assist benchmarking and performance monitoring; stimulate change and become a building block for next plan.
The plan will ideally address both palliative care at the specialist level and palliative care at the primary care (i.e. non-specialist) level.
CODE 1 Yes
CODE 2 No
Source and reference attributes
Palliative Care Intergovernmental Forum
|Implementation in Data Set Specifications:|
Palliative care performance indicators DSS Health, Retired 02/12/2015