- LOINC Panels
- Laboratory Order Panels 1306
- Clinical Assessments, Scales, Measures 492
- Clinical Documents and Summaries 63
- Diagnostic Studies (non-lab) 29
- Government 87
- Miscellaneous 35
- Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) 303
- Survey instruments 69
- General Behavioral Health / Psychiatry 3
- NEURO-Qol item banks 13
- PROMIS item banks 49
- International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) 4
- Psychiatric Disorders 16
- NEURO-Qol item scales 1
- PROMIS short forms 84
- Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ) 8
- Functional Assessments of Chronic Illness Therapy (FACIT) 197
- NEURO-Qol pediatric item banks 9
- PROMIS parent proxy item banks 16
- Social Environment 4
- NEURO-Qol pediatric item scales 2
- PROMIS parent proxy short forms 12
- Substance Abuse 4
- NEURO-Qol pediatric short forms 6
- PROMIS pediatric item banks 24
- NEURO-Qol short forms 12
- PROMIS pediatric short forms 18
- PROMIS cancer item banks 5
About this tool
This panel browser organizes LOINC Panels by the top-level categories shown above, each of which contains sub-categories in order to make it easier to find the Panels you are looking for. Lab sub-categories are primarily based on the LOINC Class, while the others are organized in different ways depending on the top-level category, such as by clinical specialty and government agency.
Content is from current LOINC release. No pre-released or deprecated panel terms are included in this panel browser. Pre-released terms, including panels, are available on the pre-release page. To directly search all released content in LOINC, visit search.loinc.org.
The panel browser is a work in progress. Feedback and suggestions are welcome.
About Panels in LOINC
LOINC Panels are collections of LOINC terms that represent specific sets of information, such as a laboratory battery of tests, a group of findings from a procedure such as an EKG, and forms or assessments related to health that are completed by patients and/or providers.
LOINC Panels contain a specific structure, and depending on the type of panel, can include attributes such as form coding instructions, skip logic, and nested panels.
For more information on modeling of Panels in LOINC, refer to Chapter 7 of the LOINC Users' Guide.