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Alberta ambulatory care reporting manual (2008)

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The Ambulatory Care Classification System (ACCS) was developed to create a fully integrated ambulatory care patient classification system for acute care facilities. The data collected using ACCS provides useful information for utilization analyses and management, for both hospitals and the provincial government. Consistent and accurate collection of these data elements is integral to resource allocation through the population based funding formula. This manual is intended to outline reporting requirements for Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) collecting the Alberta Ambulatory Care Minimum Data Set. In addition to the data elements, a fairly extensive listing of coding standards and reporting examples are provided.

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Alberta Ambulatory Care Minimum Data Set ambulatory care health care reporting health services classification outpatient health care

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Type
Guide
Alternative Title

ACRM 2008

Frequency

Once

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Publisher

Health and Wellness (1999-2013)

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Spatial Coverage

Alberta

Resource Dates

Date Created

2008-04-01

Date Added

2017-05-30T20:57:10.230071

Date Modified

2008-04-01

Date Issued

2008-04-01

Date Archived

2009-04-01

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