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Episode of care—psychosocial complications indicator, yes/no code N

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Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element
Short name:Help on this termPsychosocial complications indicator (FIHS code)
METeOR identifier:Help on this term575085
Registration status:Help on this termIndependent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 17/03/2016
Definition:Help on this termAn indicator of the presence of one or more factors impacting on the relationship between social interaction/environment with behaviour and thoughts which has a negative effect on an individual's psychological health and requires additional clinical input during an episode of care, as represented by a code.
Data Element Concept:Episode of care—psychosocial complications indicator

Value domain attributes

Representational attributes

Representation class:Help on this termCode
Data type:Help on this termNumber
Format:Help on this termN
Maximum character length:Help on this term1
Permissible values:Help on this term
ValueMeaning
1Yes
2No
Supplementary values:Help on this term
8Unknown
9Not stated/inadequately described

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Collection and usage attributes

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CODE 1   Yes

This code is used to indicate the presence of one or more factors, as listed in the Factors Influencing Health Status (FIHS) chapter in the International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems-10th Revision-Australian Modification (ICD-10-AM).

CODE 2   No

This code is used to indicate that there were no present factors, as listed in the FIHS chapter in ICD-10-AM.

CODE 8   Unknown

This code is used to indicate that it was not possible to determine the presence of factors, as listed in the FIHS chapter in ICD-10-AM.

CODE 9   Not stated/inadequately described

This code is used to indicate that the presence of any factors, as listed in the FIHS chapter in the ICD-10-AM, was not stated or was missing.  

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The FIHS code set is derived from the Factors Influencing Health Status chapter in ICD-10-AM.

The FIHS contain seven categories:

  • Maltreatment syndromes
  • Problems related to negative life events in childhood
  • Problems related to upbringing
  • Problems related to primary support group, including family circumstances
  • Problems related to social environment
  • Problems related to certain psychosocial circumstances
  • Problems related to other psychosocial circumstances

The FIHS is a simple checklist used to indicate whether one or more psychosocial factors are present during an episode of care.

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this termIndependent Hospital Pricing Authority
Reference documents:Help on this term

Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network 2005. Training Manual: Child & Adolescent All Service Settings. Viewed 22 May 2014,

http://amhocn.org/static/files/assets/7ceb5dda/
Child_Adolescent_Manual.pdf

Relational attributes

Related metadata references:Help on this term

Has been superseded by Episode of care—FIHS psychosocial complications indicator, yes/no/unknown/not stated/inadequately described code N Health, Superseded 25/01/2018

Implementation in Data Set Specifications:Help on this term
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Activity based funding: Mental health care DSS 2016-17 Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Superseded 28/02/2017

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Admitted patient mental health care cluster Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 15/10/2014

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Ambulatory patient mental health care cluster Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 15/10/2014

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Residential patient mental health care cluster Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 15/10/2014

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