NACRS

AcronymDefinition
NACRSNational Ambulatory Care Reporting System
NACRSNegotiations Analysis & Contractual Relations Specialists (Las Vegas, NV)
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Administrative data on surgery were obtained from CIHI's DAD and NACRS databases.
(16) For our study, data from inpatient and outpatient claims were derived from CIHI-DAD, NACRS, and OHIP.
In NACRS, there are two relevant variables: the presenting complaint list (data element 136) and the ED discharge diagnosis (data element 137).
Statistics on treatment modalities were obtained through the DAD and NACRS datasets for all patients admitted to a Canadian hospital with the diagnosis of primary liver tumor and treated with any of the following modalities: transplantation, hepatectomy, ablation, or pharmacologic therapy.
Their nonperforming asset coverage ratio or NACR (14) creates an informative forward-looking measure of a bank's solvency condition that creates accurate warning signals well before regulatory capital measures signal bank weakness.
The NACRS database includes data submitted by all emergency departments in the province, as well as day surgery and outpatient clinics.
We conducted an investigation to verify and validate the utility of a triage CC-based EDSS in southeastern Ontario as a tool for monitoring respiratory disease by comparing it retrospectively with data from NACRS and Telehealth Ontario.
The NACRS database was then queried only for this code (J45) and only for the Windsor postal codes for the period of April 1, 2004, to December 31, 2010.
Method of self-harm was defined using external cause of injury codes listed on the NACRS record and categorized as: self-poisoning only (ICD-10: X60-69 [and/or ICD-10: Y10-19 under SH2]); self-cutting only (ICD-10: X78 [and/or ICD-10: Y28 under SH2]); other injuries only (ICD-10: X70-77; X79-84); or, multiple methods.
(14) Additional information contained in the NACRS database and used in this study included the date of visit, the age and sex of the patient and a unique patient identification number to allow tracking of multiple visits for asthma.
Emergency visits for respiratory complaints were identified from the NACRS database using a set of International Classification of Disease Revision 10 Canadian Enhancement (ICD10-CA) codes.
Anonymized data were obtained from the Telehealth and Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS) databases.