Accept DtTm field

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Data Element (edit)
Field Name: Accept DtTm
CCMDB Label: Accept DtTm
CCMDB tab: not stated
Table: L_Log table
Data type: date
Length: not stated
Program: Med and CC
Created/Raw: Raw
Start Date: 2016-07-01
End Date: 2300-01-01
Sort Index: 43

First Service tmp entry DtTm for pts who came from the ER department only

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Legacy implementation right in the table

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Collection Instruction

For each patient, enter First Service tmp entry DtTm for pts who came from the same hospital's the ER department only (i.e. who had an initial Boarding Loc of ER). Follow the instructions at Service tmp entry.

This means the Accept DtTm field should be equal to the first Service tmp entry DtTm if it is entered at all.

Planned elimination of this field

see Change to replace Accept DtTm with first Service tmp entry, and Arrive DtTm with first Boarding Loc

Data Use

Patient flow

  • medicine program: to monitor delays to move patient from ER to Med ward bed
  • as of July 2016 onward - ICU same purpose

Accept DtTm is used as part of the formula to calculate delay in the transfer of patient from ER bed to Med ward or ICU bed - see ER Delay. This measures the amount of time for the patient already accepted in Medicine or Critical Care service but still using the ER bed and resources.

Data Integrity Checks (automatic list)

 AppStatus
Function Dispo Chronological()CCMDB.accdbimplemented
Query check ICD10 dateCCMDB.accdbimplemented
Query check CCI DateCCMDB.accdbimplemented
Check AcceptDtTm entered or missing checkedCCMDB.accdbimplemented
Check Sub PharmCheckCCMDB.accdbimplemented
Query check pt from ERCCMDB.accdbimplemented
Query check ER Delay not too bigCCMDB.accdbimplemented

Legacy

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  • This field is part of the 2016 Time and Place changes.
    • For medicine this concept is related to admit date and time (when pt is from ER). It does not simply replace the field, so this value still needs to be entered for patients not from ER. Resp. field L_Log.R_AdmDate and L_Log.R_AdmTime
    • For critical care this concept is related to Service Sending to ICU. (There is no comparable field in ICU for this in the old system).

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