On The Introduction Of The Classification Of Hospitalized Patients (Ir-Drg)

Original Language Title: o zavedení Klasifikace hospitalizovaných pacientů (IR-DRG)

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427/2005 Sb.


The Czech Statistical Office

of 13 October. October 2005

on the introduction of the classification of hospitalized patients (IR-DRG)

Change: 309/2007 Sb.

Change: 402/2008 Sb.

Change: 432/2009 Sb.

Change: 323/2010 Sb.

Change: 339/2011 Sb.

Change: 427/Sb.

Change: 370/Sb.

Change: 274/2014 Sb.

The Czech Statistical Office in collaboration with the Ministry of health

pursuant to section 19 para. 2 of Act No. 89/1995 Coll., on State statistical service,

as amended, establishes, with effect from 1. January 2006

The classification of the hospitalized patients IR-DRG (hereinafter referred to as "the classification

IR-DRG ").

Classification Of IR-DRG (Diagnosis Related Groups Refined International-

International zpřesněné groups related to diagnosis) allows you to

to classify patients in the acute hospital care on the basis of their

Clinical similarities and the comparability of the cost of their hospital

the stay.

For IR-DRG classification for 2006 issued by definition manual version

003.2006 (pdf format) and a program for the automated coding under this

Classification (the so-called. Grouper), Czech version 003.2006. For issuing and

the distribution of the above definition manual version and IR-DRG grouper

corresponds to the Institute for postgraduate medical education, Russian

85, 100 05 Prague 10, which is also a service organisation for the

ensuring all activities related with the manual and

grouperem IR-DRG.

Definition manual and IR-DRG grouper can be obtained in electronic form

the procedure set out on the website www.nrc.ipvz.cz.


Ing. Fischer, CSc in r.

Editor's note. ASPI: update classifications have been notified notices no 309/2007

Coll., no 402/2008 Coll., no 432/2009 Coll., no 323/2010 Coll., 339/2011 Sb.

427/2012 Coll., 370/2013 Coll. and 274/2014 Sb.

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