This report lists the most frequent diagnostic codes (ICD) and the most frequent diagnostic categories that were entered for PCE outpatient encounters in your facility. These are presented in inverted frequency sequence (most frequent on top).
You can modify this report to show very selective views by choosing the elements to be included. These selection criteria include:
The maximum number of diagnosis entries to be displayed (e.g., top 50). If this is blank, then all of the diagnoses satisfying the selection criteria will be ranked.
Primary diagnosis or all diagnoses related to outpatient encounters.
A date range when the PCE outpatient encounters occurred.
Service Category (A -Ambulatory, H- Hospitalization, I -In Hospital, T- Telecommunications, E- Event (Historical), D- Daily Hospitalization Data, X-Ancillary Package Daily Data)
Clinic Stop Code
Age of Patient
Sex of Patient
Select PCE Clinical Reports Option: dx Diagnosis Ranked by Frequency
Select FACILITY: SALT LAKE CITY UT 660
Select another FACILITY: 660aa SALT LAKE DOM UT VAMC 660AA
Select another FACILITY: [ENTER]
Select PRIMARY DIAGNOSIS ONLY (P) or ALL DIAGNOSES (A): P// All Diagnoses (Primary and Secondary)
Enter ENCOUNTER BEGINNING DATE: t-300 (JUL 27, 1995)
Enter ENCOUNTER ENDING DATE: May 22, 1996//[ENTER](MAY 22, 1996)
This report will include all VA clinic encounters for all patients
unless you modify the criteria. Do you want to modify the criteria?
Enter Y (YES) or N (NO) N// y YES
Encounters may be selected by any combination of the following attributes:
1 Service Category
2 Clinic Stop Code
4 Age of Patient
5 Sex of Patient
6 All Encounters
Enter encounter selection attribute number(s) : (1-6): 1,2
Select SERVICE CATEGORIES: AI// AHIT
Select CLINIC STOP: CARDIOLOGY
Select another CLINIC STOP: DIABETES
Select another CLINIC STOP: [ENTER]
Enter the maximum NUMBER OF DIAGNOSES to display in the report: 10// [ENTER]
DEVICE: HOME// [ENTER] VAX RIGHT MARGIN: 80//[ENTER]
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