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1 Information for Lesson 10 Information regarding completion of the PASRR screen also known as (ODJFS 3622) or RR/ID To wrap up the course, we will discuss information related to the PASRR screen We have talked about this screen throughout the course. In this lesson, we will review the sections of the screen and discuss aspects of completing it. Again, there are a few different names that we call this instrument. The technical name is ODJFS It is also called the PASRR Screen, RR/ID or Resident Review Identification, depending on the situation in which you use it. Section A- Identifying Information Please make sure accurate information is entered in Section A-Individual s full name (last, first), sex, and date of birth, social security number and status of Medicaid, Managed Care Plan Name (If Applicable), and if the Individual has Health Care Insurance with another company. Also living arrangement should be specified. PAS (Preadmission Screening) applies to 1 and 2 of Section B. RR (Resident Review) applies to 3-7 of the Section B. (See below for more clarification on what each number relates to) Section B- Reason For Screening Preadmission Screening Codes (1 and 2) 1. Ohio Resident Seeking Nursing Facility Admission - Used for admissions only (Please review difference between admission and readmission). New Admission is defined in 5101:3-3-59, A (1) of the Ohio Administrative Code as, The status of an individual who was not considered to be a resident of any Ohio Medicaid certified NF immediately preceding the current NF admission including the status of any individual who was formerly a NF resident but who exhausted their bed hold days while in the community. Admissions are distinguished from a readmission or return of resident on bed hold status. If the individual was admitted to the NF from the hospital (And the Individual was residing in the Community prior to the Hospitalization) without a PAS or Valid Hospital Exemption, the NF should submit the screen (coded 1) to Preadmission Review with medical information such as the hospital transfer form or signed/dated physician orders page with diagnoses and medications. Also, if the individual was admitted directly from the community without a PAS, the NF 1

2 should still code the PASRR 1 and submit to Preadmission Review for a PAS with the medical information. 2. Out of State Resident Seeking Nursing Facility Admission (See all of our Information in Lesson 5 for Out of State to Ohio NF Protocol) Resident Review Codes-For Each one of these (Codes 3-7) the person completing the form is asked to choose from 1 of 3 options a. Seeking Approval for an Unspecified Amount of Time. b. Seeking Approval for a Specified Period of Time- Section G(1) will need to be completed as well as the remainder of this form c. Seeking an Extension to an Approved Resident Review for a Specified Period of Time- Section G(2) as well as the remainder of the form needs to be completed. 3. Expired Time Limit For Hospital Exemption - Only used for individuals admitted directly from the hospital after an inpatient stay (see Community to Hospital to NF < 30 Day Stay) for additional information. This cannot be used for individuals who are admitted from a hospital psychiatric unit because you cannot have a 7000 Hospital Exemption for an admission from a hospital psychiatric unit. 4. Expired Time Limit for Emergency Admission This code is used for individual s who already have been admitted to the NF from the community due to an emergency (The individual who required NF placement triggers for Mental Illness and/or MR/DD). Paperwork (ODJFS 3622 coded 1, NF applicant and medical information) was forwarded to PASSPORT Preadmission Review. Preadmission Review forwarded the paperwork to the appropriate state authority. The state authority (ODMH and/or DODD) granted a 7-day admission (see Community to NF, Emergency Admission). If the individual is still residing in the NF on the 7 th day after admission to the NF, the NF must complete and code 4 and forward the screen to the state authority with medical information by the 7 th day after admission. The state will determine if the individual can continue to reside in the NF. 5. Expired Time Limit for Respite Admission- This code is used for individual s who have already been admitted to the NF from the community for the purpose of a respite stay. The individual who was placed for respite purposes triggered for Mental Illness or MR/DD. The NF should complete the RR/ID (code it 5) and forward to the proper state authority. This information would be noted on the further review results that were received upon admission. For a Medicaid respite admission, the individual is supposed to have an in person LOC assessment by a LSW or RN from the PASSPORT site. Once 2

3 the assessment is completed, the paperwork is forwarded to the appropriate state authority. Once Preadmission Review receives the determination, they will issue the LOC and PAS for admission to the NF. If the individual is still in the NF on the 14 th day after admission to the NF, the NF should complete the PASRR screen, Code it 5- expired time limit for respite admission and forward the screen with medical information to the appropriate state authority. 6. NF Transfer -No Previous PASRR Records The only instance when a PASRR is coded 6 is, When an individual is admitted from a new Medicaid certified NF, either directly from another Medicaid certified NF or via the hospital from another Medicaid certified NF. The original NF did not receive the proper PASRR requirement upon admission, or the original NF is unable to locate the proper PAS requirement, or Preadmission Review has no record of a PASRR requirement from the original NF and cannot provide to the NF. In any case it either was not done or it cannot be located. The receiving NF has to be vigilant of this matter. The PASRR screen should be completed and coded 6 right away upon admission if a valid PAS requirement is not obtained from the previous NF. If the screen triggers for mental illness or MR/DD, it should be forwarded to the appropriate state authority with medical documentation. If the screen does not trigger, it should be kept on the patient s chart. 7. Significant Change in Condition- As soon as the NF has reason to believe a significant change may have occurred with a resident, a PASRR screen-coded 7 should be completed for an individual with indications of MR/DD (Mental Retardation/Developmental Disorder) or SMI (Severe Mental Illness) and must be submitted to DODD and/or Ascend within seventy-two hours following identification of the significant change. This include a NF resident who has been admitted to a hospital psychiatric unit -A new PASRR screen coded 7 needs to be completed by the NF within 72 hours of the resident being admitted to the psychiatric unit. Or, from the Definitions of Significant Change of Condition including any major decline or improvement in condition. At least one of the following criteria is met: (a) There is a change in the individual's current diagnosis(es), mental health treatment, functional capacity, or behavior such that, as a result of the change, the individual who did not previously have indications of SMI, or who did not previously have indications of MRDD, now has such indications (this includes any individual who may have had indications of one or the other but now has indications of both SMI and MRDD), or who was previously determined by ODMH not to have SMI but who now meets all three of the defining criteria for SMI (set forth in 3

4 paragraphs (B)(3)(a)(i) to (B)(3)(a)(iii) of rule 5101: of the Administrative Code); or (b) The change is such that it may impact the mental health treatment or placement options of an individual previously identified as having SMI and/or may result in a change in the specialized services needs of an individual previously identified as having MRDD. There are many instances where this can happen- Any time there is a significant improvement or deterioration (physical or mental) in an individual's condition as it relates to a mental illness or MR/DD. Three examples are listed below. 1. An example of a physical condition could be a person who's PASRR triggered for mental illness. He was approved for NF admission for physical therapy. Through PT rehab, his condition improves. A new screen should be completed for significant change in condition.. 2. Anytime a NF resident enters a hospital psychiatric unit a new screen should be completed within 72 hours of the admission for a significant change in condition. 3. An individual is a resident of the NF. He is given a new mental illness diagnosis or MR/DD diagnosis. A screen should be completed for significant change in condition. Any time you have a question as to whether you should complete a new PASRR for a significant change in condition, you can contact ODMH at and ask to speak with one of the PASRR evaluator. Instead of going through section by section of the screen, we are going to go through our normal routine of providing question and answers. This time regarding the PASRR screen. If you have further questions which have not addressed, please feel free to forward your questions to us like usual. Chapter 10. Q&A Regarding Completion of the PASRR Screen 1. Question: What are some of the names that relate to the PASRR screen? Answer: It is called ODJFS 3622, Ohio PASRR screen, and RR/ID (Resident Review Identification). 2. Question: What codes of the PASRR screen (Section B) relate to Preadmission and which relate to Resident Review? Answer: Codes 1 and 2 of section B relate to Preadmission (Preadmission Review issues 4

5 a PAS) and codes 3-7 relate to resident review (NF worker is responsible- State authority issues determination if applicable). 3. Question: If a NF completes a PASRR Screen and it triggers for mental illness and/or MR/DD for codes 3-7 of section B of the screen, where should the NF forward the screen? Answer: To the state authorities-the contract Agency for ODMH is called Kepro. Fax for Ohio Mental Health Authority is 1-(844) Phone for Ohio Mental Health Authority is 1-(614) Phone for DODD is DODD fax is (614) Question: When does a NF complete a PASRR screen and code it 6-No previous PASRR records? Answer: The only time a PASRR screen is completed and coded 6, is when and individual is admitted to a Medicaid certified from another Medicaid certified NF (either directly or via a hospital) and the previous Medicaid certified NF is unable to provide a valid PAS requirement. If this occurs, the receiving NF should complete the PASRR screen as soon as it realizes that someone was admitted from another Medicaid certified NF without a PAS requirement. If it triggers for mental illness of MR/DD, it should be forwarded to the appropriate state authorities. 5. Question: What section of the PASRR screen are the diagnoses alcohol abuse and tobacco abuse addressed? Answer: Alcohol abuse, drug abuse, drug dependency, tobacco abuse, cocaine abuse, etc. are addressed in section D of the PASRR screen. In question 1 of section D, these diagnoses would be addressed in letter h (another mental disorder other than MR that may lead to a chronic disability). You should write the diagnoses on the line. However, the Ohio Department of Mental Health has indicated that you should only address substance abuse disorders on the screen if the individual has another mental disorder. If the substance abuse is the person's only mental disorder than it should not be addressed on the screen. 6. Question: If an individual has a diagnosis of both dementia and mental retardation (MR) does the PASRR screen still trigger for further review? Answer: Yes, the PASRR screen would trigger for MR even though the individual has a diagnosis of dementia. 5

6 7. Question: If an individual has a dementia diagnosis and a diagnosis of a mental illness such as schizophrenia, what must be specified next to one of individual's diagnoses? Answer: If an individual has a diagnosis of dementia and a mental disorder, one of the individual's diagnoses must be specified as a primary diagnosis. This can be accomplished by putting the word Primary next to it or (P) next to it. 8. Question: What section of the PASRR screen should the diagnosis delirium need to be addressed? Answer: The diagnosis delirium should be addressed in section C of the PASRR screen. 9. Question: Under what circumstances is a PASRR screen be completed and coded 7- significant change in condition? Answer: There are many instances where this can happen- Any time there is a significant improvement or deterioration (physical or mental) in an individual's condition as it relates to a mental illness or MR/DD. Some examples are listed below. 1. An example of a physical condition could be a person who's PASRR triggered for mental illness. He was approved for NF admission for physical therapy. Through PT rehab, his condition improves. A new screen should be completed for significant change in condition.. 2. Anytime a NF resident enters a hospital psychiatric unit a new screen should be completed within 72 hours of the admission for a significant change in condition. 3. An individual is a resident of the NF. He is given a new mental illness diagnosis or MR/DD diagnosis. A screen should be completed for significant change in condition. 4. A person with a significant mental health disorder who enters a hospital for medical reasons and his/her PASRR screen triggers for mental illness. 10. Question: An individual is residing in the community. She is admitted for an inpatient stay at a hospital. She is discharged from the hospital to a Medicaid certified NF. The individual is admitted to the NF without a PAS or a hospital exemption. What code (1-7) should be marked in section B of the PASRR screen when it is submitted with medical information to Preadmission Review? Answer: In this instance, the individual would still be considered a NF applicant. It should be coded 1 and forwarded to Preadmission Review with medical information for 6

7 a PAS. 11. Question: What section of the PASRR screen should the diagnoses cerebral palsy, epilepsy, spina bifida, polio, and muscular dystrophy be addressed? Answer: Developmental disorders such as the one listed above should be addressed in section E of the PASRR screen (Question 2). Questions 3, 4, 5, and 6 should be completed based on the diagnosis. 12. Question: Under what circumstance should the PASRR screen be completed and coded 5-expired time limit for respite admission? Answer: This code is used for individual s who have already been admitted to the NF from the community for the purpose of a respite stay. The individual who was placed for respite purposes triggered for Mental Illness or MR/DD. The NF should complete the RR/ID (code it 5) and forward to the proper state authority. This information would be noted on the further review results that were received upon admission. For a Medicaid respite admission, the individual is supposed to have an in person LOC assessment by a LSW or RN from the Area Agency Site. Once the assessment is completed, the paperwork is forwarded to the appropriate state authority. Once Preadmission Review receives the determination, they will issue the LOC and PAS for admission to the NF. If the individual is still in the NF on the 14 th day after admission to the NF, the NF should complete the PASRR screen, Code it 5- expired time limit for respite admission and forward the screen with medical information to the appropriate state authority. 13. Q: For question 3 of section D of the PASRR, if an individual suffered a CVA and is unable to complete the tasks listed due to the CVA should they be checked? A: No, if an individual is unable to complete the tasks listed in question 3 of section D of the PASRR because of a CVA, they should not be checked. The tasks are only checked if the individual is unable to complete due the mental disorder listed in question 1 of section D. 14. Question: What section of the PASRR screen is the diagnosis Schizophrenia addressed? Answer: A Schizophrenic disorder should be addressed in question 1 of section D. The rest of the questions of section D should be completed based on the schizophrenia (and other mental disorders which the individual may have). 7

8 15. Question: Under what circumstance is a PASRR screen completed and coded 4- expired time limit for emergency admission? Answer: This code is used for individual s who already have been admitted to the NF from the community due to an emergency (The individual who required NF placement triggers for Mental Illness and/or MR/DD). Paperwork (ODJFS 3622 coded 1, NF applicant and medical information) was forwarded to PASSPORT Preadmission Review. Preadmission Review forwarded the paperwork to the appropriate state authority. The state authority (Ascend and/or DODD) granted a 7-day admission (see Community to NF, Emergency Admission). If the individual is still residing in the NF on the 7th day after admission to the NF, the NF must complete and code 4 and forward the screen to the state authority with medical information by the 7th day after admission. The state will determine if the individual can continue to reside in the NF. 16. Question: On the previous PASRR screen if the person being screened had a primary diagnosis of dementia I could skip section D of the PASRR screen, can I do this on the new PASRR screen? Answer: On the most recent PASRR screen (11/10), you cannot skip section D of the PASRR, you must answer all of the questions in section C and section D no matter if the person has a primary diagnosis of dementia. 17. Question: I am a nursing home social worker. One of my residents enters a hospital psychiatric unit. I complete a PASRR screen and code 7 within 72 hours after the admission like I am supposed to do. The screen triggers for mental illness and I fax it to Ascend. The individual is out of bed hold days for the year so a new LOC is needed. A new LOC cannot be issued until a determination from Ascend. Can I readmit him to my NF prior to the determination being issued and then obtain the LOC at a later date back to the date of admission? Answer: Preadmission Review cannot issue a LOC prior to a determination being made by the mental health authority. So, I would not readmit the person until I know that he/she is approved and I have the LOC in my possession. Sometimes it gets sticky with the hospital not wanting to hold the person, but it does take a lot of cooperation between the NF and the hospital in completing the paperwork in a timely fashion and getting it to where it is supposed to go. 18. Question: Does a person need a new PASRR screen normally need to be completed 8

9 for a change in medical condition? Answer: There has been some confusion on this but generally it does not need to be completed. However, if you have a question on a specific decline or improvement in condition and mental health can be attributed to it, the screen may need to be completed. I would contact the state mental health authority at and ask for an evaluator for clarification on a specific situation that you might have. 19. Question: What are instances when I check # 1 (Ohio Resident Seeking Nursing Facility Admission) of section B of the PASRR screen (ODJFS 3622)? Answer: You would check # 1 of section B whenever a PAS (Preadmission Screen) is being requested. Some instances include, Any admission from the community, Admission from the hospital when anticipated length of stay is greater than 30 days and a hospital exemption is not completed for the admission. 20. Question: I am a social worker at a Medicaid certified NF. I complete a PASRR screen and code 3 for an expired hospital exemption. The screen triggers for mental illness and I fax to Ascend for further review. I receive a determination from Ascend and it indicates that the person is approved for a length of stay of 150 days. What is my responsibility as it gets near 150 days? Answer: You should complete a new PASRR screen by 30 days from the approved date. In this example, the person was approved for 150 days. If the person is still in the NF, the PASRR screen should be completed 30 days prior to 150 days (Day 120), coded 7 significant change in condition, and faxed back to Kepro (Their fax is ). 21. Question: In question 3 of section D of the PASRR screen, when should I check off the function limitations listed in the question? Answer: You should only check off those functional limitations that have occurred within the last six months that are only related the the mental disorder(s) that you addressed in Question 1 of section D. If the functional limitation was the result of of physical problem such as paralysis due to a CVA, then you would not check off the functional limitation. 22. Question: In Question 4 of section D (Within the past 2 years, has the individual received SSI or SSDI due to a mental impairment?) is answered yes, does this automatically trigger the screen to go for further review? 9

10 Answer: Yes 23. What are diagnoses that I would address in sections C and D of the PASRR screen? Answer: See the information after the Lesson 10 post test. There are too many to list in this question & answer section. 24. What are some examples of disorders that would be addressed in questions 1 and 2 of section E of the PASRR screen? Answer: For Question 1 of Section E 317 Mild Mental Retardation Moderate Mental Retardation Severe Mental Retardation Profound Mental Retardation 319 Mental Retardation, Severity Unspecified For Question 2- Section E (This list is not exhaustive but are examples of what you would address in question 2 of Section E) Aids Autism Spectrum Disorders Blindness Chromosomal Abnormalities Cerebral Palsy Closed Head Injury Deafness Various forms of Diseases that occurred prior to age 22 Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder Hydro/Micro/Macrocephaly Multiple Sclerosis Muscular Dystrophy Para/Quadriplegia Polio Spina Bifida Spinal Cord Injury due to MVA, gun shot wound, etc. Traumatic Brain Injury 10

11 Also Various Syndromes (i.e. Down s, Hurler s, Prader-Willi, Tourettes, etc.) Post Test for Lesson If an individual has a diagnosis of both dementia and mental retardation the PASRR screen would trigger for further review -True/False 2. For question 3 of section D of the PASRR screen, an individual has a diagnosis of schizophrenia but suffered a CVA and is unable to complete many of the tasks listed due to the CVA and not the schizophrenia. Those tasks that he is not able to complete due to the CVA should be checked- True/False 3. The terms ODJFS 3622, PASRR screen and RR/ID all refer to the same form- True/False 4. The diagnoses cerebral palsy, epilepsy, spina bifida, polio, and muscular dystrophy should be addressed in section E of the PASRR screen-true/false 5. If a NF completes a PASRR Screen and it triggers for mental illness and/or MR/DD for codes 3-7 of section B of the screen, the worker at the NF should forward it to either Kepro or DODD or both depending on what it triggers for- True/False Bonus Question- 6. This was an informative, worthwhile training True/False We have provided a list of diagnoses for Sections C & D of the PASRR Screen Below The codes listed below are from the DSM IV TR. There are different codes on the DSM 5 but generally the diagnosis listed below are very similar. Information and Diagnoses for Section C of the PASRR screen- Also known as RR/ID or ODJFS Section C Diagnoses for Section C of the PASRR Screen-This is not an exhaustive list Vascular Dementia, Uncomplicated Vascular Dementia, With Delirium 11

12 Vascular Dementia, With Delusions Vascular Dementia, With Depressed Mood Alcohol Intoxication Delirium Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium Alcohol-Induced Persisting Amnestic Disorder Alcohol-Induced Persisting Dementia Alcohol-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Alcohol-Induced Psychotic Disorder, with Delusions Alcohol Withdrawal Alcohol-Induced Anxiety Disorder Alcohol-Induced Mood Disorder Alcohol-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Alcohol-Induced Sleep Disorder Alcohol-Related Disorder NOS Amphetamine Withdrawal Cocaine Withdrawal Nicotine Withdrawal Opioid Withdrawal Other (or Unknown) Substance Withdrawal Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolitic Withdrawal Amphetamine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Cannabis-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Cocaine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Hallucinogen-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Inhalant-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Opioid-Induced Psychotic Disorder, with Delusions Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Phencyclidine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Sedative-, Hypnotic, or Anxiolitic-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Delusions Amphetamine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Cannabis-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Cocaine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Inhalant-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Opioid-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Phencyclidine-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With Hallucinations Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolitic-Induced Psychotic Disorder, With 12

13 Hallucinations Amphetamine Intoxication Delirium Cannabis Intoxication Delirium Cocaine Intoxication Delirium Hallucinogen Intoxication Delirium Inhalant Intoxication Delirium Opiod Intoxication Delirium Other (or unknown) Substance-Induced Delirium Phencyclidine Intoxication Delirium Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Intoxication Delirium Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Withdrawal Delirium Inhalant-Induced Persisting Dementia Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Persisting Dementia Sedative-, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic-Induced Persisting Amnestic Disorder Amphetamine-Induced Mood Disorder Cocaine Induced Mood Disorder Hallucinogen-Induced Mood Disorder Inhalant-Induced Mood Disorder Opioid Induced Mood Disorder Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Mood Disorder Phencyclidine-Induced Mood Disorder Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic Induced Mood Disorder Amphetamine-Induced Anxiety Disorder Amphetamine-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Amphetamine-Induced Sleep Disorder Amphetamine Intoxication Caffeine-Induced Anxiety Disorder Caffeine-Induce Sleep Disorder Cannabis Intoxication Cannabis-Induced Anxiety Disorder Cocaine-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Cocaine-Induced Sleep Disorder Cocaine Intoxication Hallucinogen-Induced Anxiety Disorder Hallucinogen Intoxication Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder Inhalant-Induced Anxiety Disorder Inhalant Intoxication Opioid-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Opioid-Induced Sleep Disorder 13

14 Opioid Intoxication Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Anxiety Disorder Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Other (or Unknown) Substance-Induced Sleep Disorder Other (or Unknown) Substance Intoxication Phencyclidine Intoxication Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Induced Anxiety Disorder Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Induced Sexual Dysfunction Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Induced Sleep Disorder Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic Intoxication Amphetamine-Related Disorder NOS Caffeine-Related Disorder NOS Cannabis-Related Disorder NOS Cocaine-Related Disorder NOS Hallucinogen-Related Disorder NOS Inhalant-Related Disorder NOS Nicotine-Related Disorder NOS Opioid-Related Disorder NOS Other (or Unknown) Substance-Related Disorder NOS Phencyclidine-Related Disorder NOS Sedative-, Hypnotic-, or Anxiolytic-Related Disorder NOS Delirium Due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Psychotic Disorder due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition], With Hallucinations Psychotic Disorder due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition], With Hallucinations Mood disorder due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Anxiety Disorder due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Catatonic Disorder due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Mental Disorder NOS due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Amnestic Disorder Due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Dementia Due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition], Without Behavioral Disturbance Dementia of the Alzheimer s type, With Early Onset, Without Behavioral Disturbance Dementia of the Alzheimer s Type, With Late Onset, Without Behavioral Disturbance Dementia due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition], With Behavioral Disturbance 14

15 Dementia of the Alzheimer s Type, with Early Onset, With Behavioral Disturbance Dementia of the Alzheimer Type, With Late Onset, With Behavioral Disturbance Amnestic Disorder NOS Cognitive Disorder NOS Personality Change Due to [Indicate the General Medical Condition] Delirium NOS Information and Diagnoses for Section D of the PASRR Screen- Also known as RR/ID or ODJFS 3622 Diagnoses for Section D of the PASRR Screen-This is not an exhaustive list Schizophrenia, Disorganized Type Schizophrenia, Catatonic Type Schizophrenia, Paranoid Type Schizophreniform Disorder Schizophrenia, Residual Type Schizoaffective Disorder Schizophrenia, Undifferentiated Type Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, Unspecified Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, Mild Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, Moderate Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, Severe Without Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, Severe With Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, In Partial Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Single Manic Episode, In Full Remission Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, Unspecified Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, Mild Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, Moderate Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, Severe Without Psychotic Features Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, Severe With Psychotic Features 15

16 Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, In Partial Remission Major Depressive Disorder, Single Episode, In Full Remission Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Unspecified Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Mild Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Moderate Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Severe With Psychotic Features Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, Severe Without Psychotic Features Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, In Partial Remission Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent, In Full Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Hypomanic Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, Unspecified Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, Mild Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, Moderate Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, Severe Without Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, Severe With Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, In Partial Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Manic, In Full Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, Unspecified Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, Mild Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, Moderate Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, Severe Without Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, Severe With Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, In Partial Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Depressed, In Full Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, Unspecified Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, Mild Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, Moderate Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, Severe Without Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, Severe With Psychotic Features Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, In Partial Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Mixed, In Full Remission Bipolar I Disorder, Most Recent Episode Unspecified Bipolar Disorder NOS Bipolar II Disorder 16

17 Mood Disorder NOS Delusional Disorder Shared Psychotic Disorder Brief Psychotic Disorder Psychotic Disorder NOS Anxiety Disorder NOS Panic Disorder without Agoraphobia Generalized Anxiety Disorder Conversion Disorder Dissociative Amnesia Dissociative Fugue Dissociative Identity Disorder Dissociative Disorder NOS Factitious Disorder with Predominantly Psychological Signs and Symptoms Factitious Disorder NOS Factitious Disorder with Combined Psychological And Physical Signs and Symptoms Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia Agoraphobia without History of Panic Disorder Social Phobia Specific Phobia Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Dysthymic Disorder Depersonalization Disorder Body Dysmorphic Disorder Hypochondriasis Somatization Disorder Somatoform Disorder NOS Undifferentiated Somatoform Disorder Unspecified Mental Disorder (nonpsychotic) Paranoid Personality Disorder Cyclothymic Disorder Schizoid Personality Disorder Schizotypal Personality Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder Histrionic Personality Disorder Dependent Personality Disorder Antisocial Personality Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder 17

18 Avoidant Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Personality Disorder NOS Pedophilia Tranvestic Fetishism Exhibitionism Gender Identity Disorder in Children Gender Identity Disorder NOS Sexual Dysfunction NOS Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder Female Sexual Arousal Disorder Male Erectile Disorder Female Orgasmic Disorder Male Orgasmic Disorder Dyspareunia (Not due to a General Medical Condition) Sexual Aversion Disorder Fetishism Voyeurism Sexual Masochism Sexual Sadism Gender Identity Disorder in Adolescents or Adults Frotteurism Paraphilia NOS Sexual Disorder NOS Alcohol Dependence Opioid Dependence Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Dependence Cocaine Dependence Cannabis Dependence Amphetamine Dependence Hallucinogen Dependence Phencyclidine Dependence Polysubstance Dependence Other (or Unknown) Substance Dependence Alcohol Abuse Nicotine Dependence Cannabis Abuse Hallucinogen Abuse Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Abuse Opioid Abuse 18

19 Cocaine Abuse Amphetamine Abuse Inhalant Abuse Other (or Unknown) Substance Abuse Phencyclidine Abuse Anorexia Nervosa Primary Insomnia Primary Hypersomnia Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder Sleep Terror Disorder Sleepwalking Disorder Dyssomnia NOS Nightmare Disorder Parasomnia Eating Disorder NOS Bulimia Nervosa Pica Rumination Disorder Feeding Disorder of Infancy or Early Childhood Enuresis (Not Due to a General Medical Condition) Encopresis, Without Constipation and Overflow Incontinence Pain Disorder Associated with Both Psychological Factors and a General Medical Condition Communication Disorder NOS Acute Stress Disorder Adjustment Disorder with Depressed Mood Separation Anxiety Disorder Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Anxiety And Depressed Mood Adjustment Disorder with Disturbance of Conduct Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Disturbance Of Emotions and Conduct Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Adjustment Disorder Unspecified 311 Depressive Disorder NOS Impulse-Control Disorder NOS Pathological Gambling Kleptomania Pyromania Intermittent Explosive Disorder Trichotillomania 19

20 Conduct Disorder, Childhood-Onset Type Conduct Disorder, Adolescent-Onset Type Conduct Disorder, Unspecified Onset Disruptive Behavior Disorder NOS Selective Mutism Oppositional Defiant Disorder Identity Problem Reactive Attachment Disorder of Infancy Or Early Childhood Disorder of Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence NOS Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Predominantly Hyperactive Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Predominantly Hyperactive- Impulsive Type Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder NOS 347 Narcolepsy 20

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