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HL7 Table 0356 - Alternate character set handling scheme

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ISO 2022-1994This standard is titled "Information Technology - Character Code Structure and Extension Technique". This standard specifies an escape sequence from basic one byte character set to specified other character set, and vice versa. The escape sequence explicitly specifies what alternate character set to be evoked. Note that in this mode, the actual ASCII escape character is used as defined in the referenced ISO document. As noted in HL7 International Standard 1.6.1., escape sequences to/from alternate character set should occur within HL7 delimiters. In other words, HL7 delimiters are basic one byte characters only, and just before and just after delimiters, character encoding status should be the basic one byte set.
2.3The character set switching mode specified in HL7 2.3, HL7 International Standard sections 2.8.28.6.1, and 2.9.2. Note that the escape sequences used in this mode do not use the ASCII "esc" character. They are "HL7 escape sequences" as defined in HL7 2.3, sec. 2.9 as defined in ISO 2022-1994 (Also, note that HL7 International Standard sections 2.8.28.6.1and 2.9.2 in HL7 2.3 correspond to HL7 International Standard sections 2.8.31.6.1and 2.9.2 in HL7 2.4.)
<null>This is the default, indicating that there is no character set switching occurring in this message.

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Contract role (METeOR 270114)Contract type (METeOR 270475)
ValueDescriptionValueDescriptionDetailed description
AHospital A (Purchaser)1

Contract type B

A health authority / other external purchaser contracts hospital B for admitted service which is funded outside the standard funding arrangements.

BHospital B (Provider)2

Contract type ABA

Patient admitted by Hospital A. Hospital A contracts Hospital B for admitted or non-admitted patient service. Patient returns to Hospital A on completion of service by Hospital B.
For example, a patient has a hip replacement at Hospital A, then receives aftercare at Hospital B, under contract to Hospital A. Complications arise and the patient returns to Hospital A for the remainder of care.

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Contract type AB

Patient admitted by Hospital A. Hospital A contracts Hospital B for admitted or non-admitted patient service. Patient does not return to Hospital A on completion of service by Hospital B.

For example, a patient has a hip replacement at Hospital A and then receives aftercare at Hospital B, under contract to Hospital A. Patient is separated from Hospital B.

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Contract type (A)B

This contract type occurs where a Hospital A contracts Hospital B for the whole episode of care. The patient does not attend Hospital A. For example, a patient is admitted for endoscopy at Hospital B under contract to Hospital A.

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Contract type BA

Hospital A contracts Hospital B for an admitted patient service following which the patient moves to Hospital A for remainder of care. For example, a patient is admitted to Hospital B for a gastric resection procedure under contract to Hospital A and Hospital A provides after care.

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