HL7® FHIR® New Zealand Base Implementation Guide
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CodeSystem: Additional Authorisation

Summary

Defining URL:https://standards.digital.health.nz/ns/practitioner-additional-authorisation-code
Version:1.0.0
Name:AdditionalAuthorisation
Title:Additional Authorisation
Status:Active as of 2021-10-09T23:45:02+00:00
Definition:

Additional authorisations that a practitioner is authorised to practice or prescribe.

Publisher:HL7 New Zealand
Content:Complete: All the concepts defined by the code system are included in the code system resource
Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

This Code system is referenced in the content logical definition of the following value sets:

This code system https://standards.digital.health.nz/ns/practitioner-additional-authorisation-code defines the following codes:

CodeDisplayDefinition
CA01 Cardiothoracic Surgery: Cardiothoracic SurgeonAlternate name.
CA02 Cardiothoracic Surgery: Transplant SurgeonAlternate name.
DI01 Diagnostic Imaging authorisationA practitioner is authorised to perform diagnostic imaging in rural settings.
DP01 Diabetes PrescriberA Registered Nurse Diabetes Prescriber.
EC01 ECP authorisationA practitioner is authorised to dispense the emergency contraceptive pill.
FS01 First Surgical AssistantA nurse authorised to undertake an expanded role to assist the surgeon during surgery.
IMMU ImmunisationA person authorised to administer immunizations.
INTR Intravenous InfusionsA practitioner who is certified to administer intravenous infusions.
MD01 Internal Medicine: CardiologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of cardiologist.
MD02 Internal Medicine: EndocrinologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of endocrinologist.
MD03 Internal Medicine: GastroenterologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of gastroenterologist.
MD04 Internal Medicine: GeriatricianAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of geriatrician.
MD05 Internal Medicine: Infectious Disease SpecialistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of infectious disease specialist.
MD06 Internal Medicine: NephrologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of nephrologist.
MD07 Internal Medicine: NeurologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of neurologist.
MD08 Internal Medicine: OncologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of oncologist.
MD09 Internal Medicine: Physician for the Elderly (FRACP)An internal medicine specialist working in the role of physician for the Elderly (FRACP = Royal Australasian College of Physicians).
MD10 Internal Medicine: Renal PhysicianAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of renal physician.
MD11 Internal Medicine: Respiratory SpecialistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of respiratory specialist.
MD12 Internal Medicine: RheumatologistAn internal medicine specialist working in the role of rheumatologist.
NC01 Prescribing authorisationA nurse practitioner is authorised to prescribe.
NC02 Nurse ColposcopistA nurse authorised to undertake colposcopy procedures.
NC03 A nurse authorised to prescribe with primary health and speciality teamsA nurse authorised to prescribe with primary health and speciality teams.
NC04 A nurse authorised to prescribe in community healthA nurse authorised to prescribe in community health.
OG01 Obstetrics and Gynaecology: GynaecologistAlternate name.
OG02 Obstetrics and Gynaecology: ObstetricianAlternate name.
ON01 Radiation Oncology: OncologistAlternate name.
ON02 Radiation Oncology: Radiation OncologistAlternate name.
OP01 OptometristsOptometrists.
PA01 Paediatrics: CardiologistA paediatrician working in the role of cardiologist.
PA02 Paediatrics: EndocrinologistA paediatrician working in the role of endocrinologist.
PA03 Paediatrics: GastroenterologistA paediatrician working in the role of gastroenterologist.
PA04 Paediatrics: GeriatricianA paediatrician working in the role of geriatrician.
PA05 Paediatrics: Infectious Disease SpecialistA paediatrician working in the role of infectious disease specialist.
PA06 Paediatrics: NephrologistA paediatrician working in the role of nephrologist.
PA07 Paediatrics: NeurologistA paediatrician working in the role of neurologist.
PA08 Paediatrics: OncologistA paediatrician working in the role of oncologist.
PA09 Paediatrics: Physician for the Elderly (FRACP)A paediatrician working in the role of of physician for the elderly (FRACP = Royal Australasian College of Physicians).
PA10 Paediatrics: Renal PhysicianA paediatrician working in the role of renal physician.
PA11 Paediatrics: Respiratory SpecialistA paediatrician working in the role of respiratory specialist.
PA12 Paediatrics: RheumatologistA paediatrician working in the role of rheumatologist.
PS01 Psychiatry: PsychiatristAlternate name.
PS02 Psychiatry: Psychological Medicine SpecialistAlternate name.
SMEA Smear TakerA person authorised by the Cervical Screening Programme to participate in smear taking and on the register.