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CID 7452 Organizational Roles

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Table CID 7452. Organizational Roles

Coding Scheme Designator

Code Value

Code Meaning

SNOMED-CT Concept ID

UMLS Concept Unique ID

SRT

J-0016E

Medical Practitioner

158965000

C1306754

SRT

J-004E8

Physician

309343006

C0031831

DCM

128670

Head of Radiology

DCM

128671

Chair of Protocol Committee

DCM

128676

Representative of Protocol Committee

DCM

128677

Representative of Ethics Committee

DCM

128675

Head of Cardiology

DCM

128673

Administrator of Radiology Department

SRT

J-07100

Nurse

106292003

C0028661

SRT

J-00187

Radiologic Technologist

159016003

C0402007

DCM

128674

Lead Radiologic Technologist

SRT

J-06173

Radiation Therapist

3430008

C0278604

SRT

J-00187

Radiographer

159016003

C0402007

UMLS

C1144859

Intern

C1144859

SRT

J-005E6

Resident

405277009

C1320928

SRT

J-00172

Registrar

158971006

C0401974

DCM

121088

Fellow

SRT

J-005E8

Attending

405279007

C1320929

SRT

J-0050A

Consultant

309390008

C0586911

UMLS

C1441532

Consulting Physician

C1441532

SRT

J-0714A

Scrub nurse

415506007

C1531952

SRT

J-00556

Surgeon

304292004

C0582175

DCM

121092

Sonologist

UMLS

C1954848

Sonographer

C1954848

UMLS

C2985483

Radiation Physicist

C2985483

UMLS

C1708969

Medical Physicist

C1708969


Note

  1. The distinction between a "physician" and a "surgeon" and a "medical practitioner" is subject to regional variation. In the US, "physician" is often equated with "medical practitioner", and a "surgeon" is considered to be a "physician". In the UK, a "surgeon" is a "medical practitioner" but is not a "physician". In SNOMED, "physician" and "surgeon" are distinct siblings with no direct relationship, and both are children of "medical practitioner". It is recommended that "medical practitioner" be used rather than "physician" when there is uncertainty over whether the person is or is not a "surgeon".

  2. There is no distinction between a "radiographer" and a "radiologic technologist", hence the same SNOMED concept is used for both, and "radiologic technologist" is provided as a synonym for use in the US.

  3. In the US, the medical practitioner not in training responsible for the care of a hospital patient is referred to as an "attending". In the UK they are referred to as a "consultant". Though these two concepts are essentially the same, they are separate concepts in SNOMED, which defines no explicit relationship between them.

  4. 4. A distinction is made between a Consultant and a Consulting Physician since these are separate concepts in UMLS. A Consultant is defined as "individuals referred to for expert or professional advice or services" (MSH) whereas a Consulting Physician is defined as "a physician that has expertise in a specific medical discipline that can offer expertise or advice to other physicians and healthcare providers" (from NCI/PT). In UK practice a "consultant" is always a medical practitioner. In SNOMED, (J-0050A, SRT, "Consultant") is actually described as "Hospital Consultant" and is a child of "Medical practitioner grade (occupation)".

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