Sets of codes are available that will aid those designing NDW exports. If properly used, they will allow us to provide you better information from your data, including increased accuracy and a wider breadth of reports. To obtain these code sets, click on the following link:
Standard Code Book Tables
Below are some commonly asked questions concerning the Standard Code Book:
What individual or department is responsible for keeping the reference tables up to date?
How do we ask for new codes to be added?
How do we update our facility/community data?
Facility and community changes are of special interest because they directly impact the workload and user population reports. In order to make changes to these two tables, follow the process described in the “How do we ask for new codes to be added?” section. It is important to note that changing the code will not automatically change any related data that already exists in the NDW. . If the facility/community change is requested/implemented AFTER it should have already been in effect, send a request to change the existing NDW data via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site going tribal or otherwise changing their ASUFAC code. What do we need to consider?