ethnicity code

ethnicity code

A patient-optional code that may be placed on various documents in the UK, which is meant to prevent discrimination based on a person’s ethnic origin.

Ethnicity codes and values: Scotland
A - White
1A - Scottish
1E - English
1F - Welsh
1G - Northern Irish
1H - British
1J  - Irish
1K - Gypsy/ Traveller
1L - Polish
1Z - Any other white ethnic group
B - Mixed or multiple ethnic groups
2A - Any mixed or multiple ethnic groups
C - Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British
3F - Pakistani, Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British
3G - Indian, Indian Scottish or Indian British
3H - Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British
3J - Chinese, Chinese Scottish or Chinese British
3Z - Other
D - African, Caribbean or Black
4D - African, African Scottish or African British
4E - Caribbean, Caribbean Scottish or Caribbean British
4F - Black, Black Scottish or Black British
4Z - Other
E - Other ethnic group
5B - Arab
5Z - Other
F - Refused/Not provided by patient
98 - Refused/Not provided by patient
G - Not Known
99 - Not Known
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The UB uses the Centers for Disease Control Race and Ethnicity Code Set, which has a hierarchical structure that provides for detailed reporting of race and ethnicity but also for "rolled up" codes that are compatible with the current OMB standard.
Some of the names in the raw data set that were clearly Chinese had been coded as another ethnicity or lacked an ethnicity code.
Instead, Sullivan said NCUA examiners request consumer loan information, and then assign an ethnicity code and gender based on a surname.
Nonetheless, comparisons of the EDB race/ ethnicity codes with self-reported race/ ethnicity data from the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) indicated that identification of Hispanics, Asians/Pacific Islanders, and American Indians/Alaska Natives was still quite incomplete and might result in biased analyses (Arday et al.
The self-reported race/ ethnicity codes from these data are the SELFRACE variable and constitute the gold standard.
According to the Pentagon's own website, the military began "overlaying ethnicity codes and telephone numbers" in 2004.
Accommodates the revised race and ethnicity codes approved by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), which helps organizations prepare for an OFCCP audit
The platform relies on the latest HMDA specifications including rate-spread calculations, ethnicity codes and pre-approval statuses.