Panelling or Discharge Planning

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Legacy Content

This page is about the pre-ICD10 diagnosis coding schema. See the ICD10 Diagnosis List, or the following for similar diagnoses in ICD10:Awaiting/delayed transfer to long-term care/PCH inside or outside of Winnipeg

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Coding Instructions

When to use as primary admit diagnosis

If you use one of these diagnoses as Primary Admit Diagnosis then the Transfer Ready date and time has to be the same as the Arrive DtTm.

Don't put paneling as Primary Admit Diagnosis if a patient has acute problems and has been transferred to your ward for treatment of those problems. For example if a patient on a chronic unit has been paneled but gets HAP and transfers to your ward then the #1 diagnosis for your ward is HAP. This was discussed with Dr Garland at the Task Team meeting on March 1,2013.Trish Ostryzniuk 18:49, 2013 March 8 (EST)

DX coded as Paneling but discharge home

Patients with diagnosis Paneling can still be discharged home.

Do not use Panelling for long term rehab (LTR)

If patient goes to Deer Lodge for LTR (Long term Rehab), do not use Panelling (90601) . You could use Discharge Planning (90602) if applicable.

Patient Panelling Cancelled

If panelling is initiated but then cancelled, remove Panelling (90601). You could use Discharge Planning (90602) if applicable.

Keep any transfer ready date you may have entered since we are looking for "the first date during this ward stay that a patient was deemed medically ready to be discharged." as per Transfer Ready date and time.

Discharge Planning cancelled due to Panelling

If a patient had code Discharge Planning (90602) but the planning is cancelled because the patient is panelled, add Panelling (90601) but you can keep the discharge planning dx also. (as confirmed with Julie)

CCMDB Data Integrity Checks

Data Integrity Checks (SMW)

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Who is using this administrative code?

The Statistician for medicine reports as requested by p:Dr. Dan Roberts.

Panelling (90601) is used in the Overstay project reports.

It was discussed at task meeting 2018-04-11 that Awaiting/delayed transfer to long-term care/PCH inside or outside of Winnipeg and related codes will give Julie the data she needs for reporting.

Legacy Data

90600 Code was removed as of CCMDB.mdb_Change_Log_2012#ver_2012-09-06

Initially we were going to remove it, so code 90600 was deleted in version rolled out 2012-09-25. Changed to using 90601 and 90602 in CCMDB.mdb_Change_Log_2012#ver_2012-10-01.

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