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Multidisciplinary case conference

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Metadata item type:Help on this termGlossary Item
METeOR identifier:Help on this term614408
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 12/12/2018
Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 28/10/2017
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Meetings or discussions held concurrently between health-care providers from different professions or specialisations, arranged in advance, to discuss a patient in detail, and to coordinate care. The meeting may involve discussion of an individual patient's case or multiple patient cases. Multidisciplinary case conferences ensure that a patient’s multidisciplinary care needs are met through a planned and coordinated approach.

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Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

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Activity based funding: Mental health care NBEDS 2020–21 Health, Superseded 23/12/2020

Activity based funding: Mental health care NBEDS 2021–22 Health, Standard 23/12/2020

Activity based funding: Non-admitted patient care aggregate NBEDS 2018-19 Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Superseded 30/06/2019

Activity based funding: Non-admitted patient NBEDS 2018-19 Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Superseded 30/06/2019

Non-admitted patient care aggregate NBEDS 2020–21 Health, Superseded 05/02/2021

Non-admitted patient care aggregate NBEDS 2021–22 Health, Standard 05/02/2021

Non-admitted patient NBEDS 2019-20 Health, Superseded 18/12/2019
Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 01/07/2019

Non-admitted patient NBEDS 2020–21 Health, Superseded 05/02/2021

Non-admitted patient NBEDS 2021–22 Health, Standard 05/02/2021

Service contact—patient/client participation indicator, Yes/no/unknown code N Health, Standard 17/01/2020

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