NCCH

AcronymDefinition
NCCHNational Centre for Classification in Health (Australia)
NCCHNorwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities
NCCHNational Cancer Center Hospital (Japan)
NCCHNorthern Cochise Community Hospital (Willcox, AZ, USA)
NCCHNational Council to Control Handguns
NCCHNational Center for Cultural Healing
NCCHNew Castle Court House (Delaware)
NCCHNorth Coast Community Homes, Inc. (Cleveland, OH, USA)
NCCHNorth Carolina Children’s Hospital
NCCHNational Council of Community Hospitals (Washington, DC)
NCCHNurses Central Clearing House (UK)
NCCHNorth Carolina Coast Host
NCCHNational Club Championship Handbook (Water Polo Canada)
NCCHNursing Care Club House (UK)
NCCHNew Cross Community Hall (UK)
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both the NCCH and the NCBH, the initial focus was solely on handguns.
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We are happy to have found a tool which will do so much for us and a company as easy to work with as Health Language," said Associate Professor Rosemary Roberts, Director of the NCCH.
To this end, NCCH advised coders that AD allocation should be made when a patient's condition requires any of the following:
They were also required to slow down, make routine use of the index to the classification rather than rely on memory to assign codes and take time to read the coding standards, refer to dictionaries and other resources for anything they did not understand, and to stay current with the latest advice issued by the NCCH and by the VICC.
Meanwhile, NCCH conducted a 'trainer training' course in ICD-10 in Sri Lanka.
Work on this exercise starts early in the year at NCCH, with a March deadline for proposals to be submitted to the URC.
NCCH is currently working on a new online tool for coding queries which will help streamline the process in the future.
Since its inception in 1998, NCCH has released a new edition of ICD-10-AM every two years.
A set of fifth character codes has been created by the NCCH in category O71 (Other obstetric trauma) to differentiate a laceration of uterus from a ruptured uterus.
Clearly this is a complex task requiring considerable resources and could not be executed without the participation of the Medical Records Department or the NCCH.
Organisational factors that the Australian NCCH believes may impact upon coding quality include: communication with clinicians; ongoing coder education; review of the coding and documentation process by peers or a superior; coder environment and workload; availability of reference materials to guide code allocation; ongoing coder education; and resource support from management (Williamson et al.