D0600


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Property Specification
Data System MDS
Data Specs V1.14.1
Description PHQ staff: total mood score
Group Asmt
Type Number
Length 2
Fixed Start-End 585-586
Version Notes

Item Subsets
Active NC,NQ,NP,NSD,NO,NOD,ND,SP,SSD,SO,SOD,SD
Inactive NS,NT,SS,ST,XX
State optional

Item Values
Value LOINC Text
00 Minimum value
30 Maximum value
- Not assessed/no information
^ Blank (skip pattern)

Item Edits
Edit ID Type Severity Edit Text
-3679 Format Fatal Values of Numeric Items:
Only the values listed in the "Item Values" table of the Detailed Data Specifications Report may be submitted for this item. The submitted value must be greater than or equal to the minimum value listed in the table and less than or equal to the maximum value listed in the table, or it must match one of the remaining special values (if any) that are listed in the table. The length of the submitted value must not exceed the allowed maximum length for the item. Signed numbers (with a leading plus or minus sign) will not be accepted.
-3680 Format Fatal Formatting of Integer Numeric Items:
Only integer values and the special values (if any) that are listed in the "Item Values" table of the Detailed Data Specifications Report will be accepted for this item. Leading zeroes may be included or omitted from the submitted value as long as the resulting length of the string does not exceed the allowed maximum length for the item. A decimal point and decimal values may not be included.

The following examples are allowable if the value to be submitted is equal to [1] and the maximum length is equal to 2: [1], [01]. The following values are NOT allowed and will lead to a fatal error: [1.], [1.0], [01.], [01.0], [1.1], [01.1], [1.01].
-3588 Consistency Fatal D0600 must equal the sum of the values of the following ten items: D0500A2, D0500B2, D0500C2, D0500D2, D0500E2, D0500F2, D0500G2, D0500H2, D0500I2, D0500J2. These are referred to as the "items in Column 2", below.

The following rules describe the computation of the sum that is placed in D0600. These rules consider the "number of missing items in Column 2" which is the number of items in Column 2 that are equal to [-].

a) If all of the items in Column 2 have valid values [0,1,2,3], then D0600 must equal the simple sum of those values.

b) If any of the items in Column 2 are equal to [-], then count their values as zero in computing the sum.

c) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to one, then compute the simple sum of the nine items in Column 2 that have valid values, multiply the sum by 10/9 (1.111), and place the result rounded to the nearest integer in D0600 (see edit -9013 for rounding rules).

d) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to two, then compute the simple sum of the eight items in Column 2 that have valid values, multiply the sum by 10/8 (1.250), and place the result rounded to the nearest integer in D0600 (see edit -9013 for rounding rules).

e) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to three or more, then D0600 must equal [-].

The MDS Submission System will recalculate the value in D0600. If the recalculated value differs from the submitted value, a fatal error message will be issued and the record will be rejected.
-3836 Consistency Fatal If B0100=[0,-] and A0310G=[2] and A0310A=[99] and A0310B=[99], then all active items from D0100 through D0650 must equal [^].
-3809 Skip pattern Fatal If D0100=[0], then all active items from D0500A1 through D0600 must not equal [^].
-3609 Skip pattern Fatal If B0100=[1], then all active items from B0200 through F0800Z must equal [^].
-3704 Skip pattern Fatal a) If D0300=[00-27], then all active items from D0500A1 through D0600 must equal [^].
b) If D0300=[99,-], then all active items from D0500A1 through D0600 must not equal [^].

Supplemental Information
Edit ID Type Severity Edit Text
-9013 Information None Rounding of Integer Items:
This item should be rounded to the nearest integer. If the value in the tenths decimal place is equal to 0 through 4, round the value down to the nearest integer (i.e., discard the fractional portion of the number). If the value in the tenths decimal place is equal to 5 through 9, round the value up to the next largest integer.

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