45615-2  Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings [Minimum Data Set]Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings [Minimum Data Set]Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: MDS  

NAME
  Fully Specified Name: 
Component   Property   Time   System   Scale   Method
Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings  Find  Pt  ^Patient  Ord  MDS
  Long Common Name:  Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings [Minimum Data Set]

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BASIC ATTRIBUTES
  Class/Type: SURVEY.MDS/Survey
  First Released in Version: 2.17
  Last Updated in Version: 2.50
  Status: Active

NORMATIVE ANSWER LIST    (LL50-6)  
 
Source: 
  SEQ#        Answer        Code         Answer ID    
  1       No
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373067005 No (qualifier value)    
  0       LA32-8  
  2       Yes
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373066001 Yes (qualifier value)    
  1       LA33-6  
  3       UTD               LA1-0  

MEMBER OF THESE PANELS     
  This section provides information about panels that contain this LOINC code.
  LOINC   Long Common Name  
  45981-8 MDS full assessment form - version 2.0
  

PARTS

Part Type    Part No.  Part Name   
Component   LP74732-6  Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings 
Property   LP6813-2  Find   [Finding] 
Time   LP6960-1  Pt   [Point in time (spot)] 
Super System   LP6985-8  Patient 
Scale   LP7751-3  Ord 
Method   LP76084-0  MDS   [Minimum Data Set] 
Fragments for synonyms   LP57620-4  ADL 

RELATED NAMES
  Activities of Daily Living QL Survey
  Finding Qual SURVEY.MDS
  Findings Qualitative  
  Ordinal Random  
  Point in time Screen  

CHANGE HISTORY
  Change Type: MIN

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* the instrument is not to be changed substantially (excepting individual identifiers and demographics);
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* no royalties will be charged;
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* publication of any training manual is limited to the period until a commercially-published version is available;
* data from use of the instrument are to be shared with interRAI, subject to existing laws on confidentiality.

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We will be pleased in any contract negotiations to acknowledge the participation of individuals or organizations which have played a substantial role in getting the instrument to the point of implementation.

For more information on licensing with interRAI, please contact the president of the Board:

Brant E. Fries, Ph.D.
Institute of Gerontology
University of Michigan
300 North Ingalls
Ann Arbor, Michigan USA 48109
Email: bfries@umich.edu

INTERNAL FIELDS
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  Long Common Name: Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings [Minimum Data Set]
  Fully Specified Name: Difference in ADL Self-Performance or ADL Support, comparing mornings to evenings: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: MDS
     
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  ID: 38980
  Status (Raw): ACTIVE

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COPYRIGHT
  Organization:interRAI
  Copyright:InterRAI holds the copyright to Version 2.0 of the RAI for long term care outside of the US. Supplemental help and contextual information for MDS items in LOINC was derived from Version 2.0 of the RAI/MDS manual, and should not be reproduced outside of the United States without permission of InterRAI. Within the US, Version 2.0 is in the public domain.
  Terms of Use:As a not for profit corporation under the US Tax Code, interRAI holds the copyright to a number of assessment systems, including the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) for long term care facilities outside of the US (the RAI is in the public domain within the US), as well as the assessment systems for Home Care (HC), Assisted Living (AL), Palliative Care (PC), Mental Health (MH) (outside of Canada), and Acute Care (RAI-AC).

The scales, algorithms, and case-mix measures based on these assessment instruments cannot be copyrighted and are thus available to everyone (although the individual items on which they are based are usually copyrighted).

The major clauses of our royalty-free licenses follow:

* the instrument is not to be changed substantially (excepting individual identifiers and demographics);
* the license is limited to non-commercial use (i.e., the instrument will not be not incorporated into products to be sold to others);
* no royalties will be charged;
* the organization will make appropriate efforts to inform others of the copyright status of the instrument;
* interRAI's logo and copyright notice are to appear on the form;
* authors, author institutions, and translators (as appropriate) are to be acknowledged in any document where authors would regularly be indicated (e.g., publication of a training manual);
* publication of any training manual is limited to the period until a commercially-published version is available;
* data from use of the instrument are to be shared with interRAI, subject to existing laws on confidentiality.

Commercial use usually requires royalties. In this instance, interRAI may omit the data requirement, but retains the other requirements for a logo, attribution, etc.

We will be pleased in any contract negotiations to acknowledge the participation of individuals or organizations which have played a substantial role in getting the instrument to the point of implementation.

For more information on licensing with interRAI, please contact the president of the Board:

Brant E. Fries, Ph.D.
Institute of Gerontology
University of Michigan
300 North Ingalls
Ann Arbor, Michigan USA 48109
Email: bfries@umich.edu
  URL:http://www.interrai.org