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HP330 - ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATION

  1. This diagram shows the information to be collected about ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATIONS of Nursing Homes, Residential Care Homes, Residential Group Homes, Independent Hospitals, Independent Clinics and other non NHS care services, with the National Care Standards Commission (NCSC) under the Care Standards Act 2000.

  2. Each ORGANISATION may have a number of different ORGANISATION SITES each of which may have a number of ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATIONS. In most cases an ORGANISATION SITE will only have one ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATION of a particular type such as care home, however, in some cases there may be more, for example, a children's home may also be registered as a boarding school.

  3. An ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATION may be a CARE HOME REGISTRATION, INDEPENDENT HEALTH CARE REGISTRATION, CHILDRENS HOME REGISTRATION or some other registration.

  4. An ORGANISATION SITE may have a number of stays associated with it. Depending on the ORGANISATION SITE REGISTRATION, these may be HOSPITAL STAYS (which includes stays in an Independent Hospital or Clinic) or CARE HOME STAYS.

  5. A CARE HOME STAY may be a CARE HOME STAY (CONSULTANT CARE), CARE HOME STAY (MIDWIFE CARE), CARE HOME STAY (NURSING CARE) or CARE HOME STAY (RESIDENTIAL).

  6. A CARE HOME REGISTRATION may include a number of CARE HOME SERVICE USERS and CARE HOME SERVICES.

  7. A CHILDRENS HOME REGISTRATION may include a number of CHILDRENS HOME SERVICES and CHILDRENS HOME SERVICE USERS.

  8. An INDEPENDENT HEALTH CARE REGISTRATION may include a number of INDEPENDENT HEALTH CARE SERVICES and INDEPENDENT HEALTH CARE FACILITIES.

  9. The LEGAL STATUS of a PATIENT during a spell of care can be derived from the particular CARE HOME STAYS or HOSPITAL STAYS.