Nursing Practice Information Infrastructure

Relationships Among ANA Recognized Data Element Sets And Terminologies

Page last updated June 5, 2007

There are many instances of relationships among the recognized terminologies and data element sets. Examples include:

  • terminologies being used together
  • one terminology being integrated into another terminology, and
  • a terminology providing a response set for at data element within a data set.

The table below provides a simple rendering of the existence of relationships among the recognized terminologies and data element sets. For further information, use the links located within the table to visit the developers' Web sites or to contact them via e-mail.

● Indicates a relationship between column and row entities.

Example: the "●" in row 3. CCC and column 1. NMDS shows a relationship exists between the Nursing Minimum Data Set and Clinical Care Classification. For further information, click on the name which is linked to the developer's Web site or e-mail address.

 

 

1.
NMDS

2.
NMMDS

3.
CCC
4.
ICNP®
5.
NANDA
6.
NIC
7.
NOC
8.
OMAHA
9.
PCDS
retired
10.
PNDS
11.
ABC
12.
LOINC®
13.
SNOMED
CT
Data Element Sets
1. NMDS Nursing Minimum Data Set

2. NMMDS Nursing Management Minimum Data Set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interface Terminologies
3. CCC Clinical Care Classification                  
4. ICNP® International Classification of Nursing Practice                      
5.NANDA NANDA International                
6.NIC Nursing Intervention Classification                
7. NOC Nursing Outcome Classification                
8. OMAHA Omaha Home Health Care System                      
9. PCDS (Retired) Patient Care Data Set                          
10. PNDS Perioperative Nursing Data Set                    
Multidisciplinary Terminologies
11. ABC Alternative Billing Codes                    
12. (LOINC®) Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes                      
13. SNOMED CT Systematic Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms            

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