CHIC: Community Health Information Classification and Coding
This project had the objectives of developing an European Minimum Basic Data Set (MBDS) for Ambulatory Care identifying and defining all the data items which are relevant of health services outside the acute hospital environment, producing an extensible structure for the MBDS, conducting a survey of the acceptability of the MBDS, and developing specifications for supporting software.During the course of the project there was recognised the need to investigate the legal requirements and ethical constraints of different countries on the MBDS specifications. This statement is focused on describing the MBDS for Ambulatory Care. 2)
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