We have identified 15 concepts that, although they are from the correct hierarchy, don't provide sufficient detail on the procedure done as part of the care contact with the patient.
As a rule of thumb, ask: is the concept Description helpful to another clinician in the care of that patient; if not, it is unlikely to be appropriate for submission to MHSDS either.
Concepts deemed too generic and where each concept has a number of child concepts which would be more appropriate to use are:
386053000 |Evaluation procedure (procedure)|
277132007 |Therapeutic procedure (procedure)|
223458004 |Informing (procedure)|
390808007 |Mental health care (regime/therapy)|
392134007 |Care regimes management (procedure)|
243114000 |Support (regime/therapy)|
276239002 |Therapy (regime/therapy)|
182832007 |Procedure related to management of drug administration (procedure)|
Concepts deemed too generic, but which do not have many child concepts are listed below. It has been advised that a more appropriate concept with sufficient detail will likely exist elsewhere in the procedures. Concepts are:
185317003 |Telephone encounter (procedure)|
185318008 |Third party encounter (procedure)|
385893007 |Mental health treatment (regime/therapy)|
182991002 |Treatment given (situation)|
394656005 |Inpatient care (regime/therapy)|
9632001 |Nursing procedure (procedure|
7922000 |General treatment (procedure) |
We appreciate that the concepts in the above lists can hold value when used alongside other more detailed concepts, but if these are the only concepts listed during a are contact then they are not detailed enough to allow other clinicians to understand the interventions that have taken place with the patient.