High priority hospital complications (patient clinical deterioration) NBPDS 2015-
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Set Specification|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 04/09/2015|
|DSS type:||Data Set Specification (DSS)|
The High priority hospital complications (patient clinical deterioration) National best practice data set (NBPDS) 2015- covers 3 types of events where unplanned urgent care is provided to admitted hospital patients.
The 3 types of events involve:
This NBPDS is designed for use at the local hospital level to assist in hospitals' monitoring of the safety and quality of the health care they provided to admitted patients. The data elements aim to standardise how this information is captured.
This NBPDS is designed to be recorded for each individual episode of admitted patient care. It is designed to capture the relevant events if they occur during the episode of care and are related to care provided in the episode. It is not designed to record the events if they occurred in the episode but were related to care provided in a previous episode (for example, when a patient is transferred into the hospital for ICU care) or to record events related to care provided in the episode of care but occurring in a subsequent episode of care (for example, when a patient is transferred out to another hospital for ICU care).
This NBPDS is designed for both public and private hospitals.
Collection and usage attributes
Episodes of care for admitted patients
|Guide for use:|
For implementation and analysis at the local hospital level.
Source and reference attributes
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care/Australian Institute of Health and Welfare