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For records to be uploaded to the Central Cardiac Audit Database (CCAD) servers, they must contain at least the date/time of admission, hospital code, hospital number and admission diagnosis. The Myocardial Infarction Audit Programme (MINAP) monitors the completeness of 20 key fields for patients with an admission diagnosis of a definite myocardial infarction.
The MINAP data application contains data validation processes. These processes include range and consistency checks and also mechanisms to identify and remove duplicate records.
CCAD in conjunction with MINAP have developed a Data Validation Tool in Lotus Notes which allows MINAP to perform an annual Data Quality Study. The Data Validation Tool is accessible to all hospitals. The Data Quality report presents the overall per cent of observed agreement for each field between data on the MINAP database and data from case-note re-audit. Hospitals are then provided with individualised reports.
The MINAP Dataset and related documents can be obtained by following these links below.
MINAP revised the dataset version 9.1 in December 2012 and the latest version with the summary of changes can be obtained following by following the links below:
Please note that the dataset v10.3 is anticipated to be implemented on 3 June 2013.
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