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Accession (68)

This file contains entries which represent the functional subdivisions or departments of the laboratory, referred to by the Laboratory package software as accession areas. The file is used to define the site-specific information needed by your laboratory for each accession area. This includes the type of accession transform (or how often the accession numbers assigned to test performed in that area will be reset to 1), the abbreviation of the area (which becomes part of the accession identifying the specimen and test results), the order in which the data for tests performed in the area will be displayed and other specific information. Definitions of variables used: LRDFN = Internal entry in LR( that is being worked on. LRIDT = Inverse date/time that data is stored at. ^LR(LRDFN,”CH”, LRAA = internal value of accession area ^LRO(68, LRAD = date working on in accession area ^LRO(68,LRAA,1, LRAN = accession number working on ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1, LRODT = order date ^LRO(69, LRSN = order entry within date ^LRO(69,LRORD,1, CROSS REFERENCE DESCRIPTION: ^LRO(68,”B”,’ACCESSION AREA’,LRAA) ^LRO(68,”AC”,LRDFN,’DATE RESULTS AVAILABLE’,’DATA NODE’) = used by the cumulative ^LRO(68,”AD”,’LAB SECTION’,LRAC) ^LRO(68,”AVS”,LRAA,LRAD,LRAN)=LRDFN^LRIDT used by micro verify by supervisor ^LRO(68,”MI”,LRDFN,LRIDT) used by micro for cumulative report ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,LRAN,”AE”) used for WKLD count ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”B”,’ENTRY FILE 69’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”C”,’IDENTITY’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”E”,’LAB ARRIVAL TIME’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”D”,’ORDER #’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”AC”,’DATE/TIME COMPLETE’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,1,”AD”,’DATE COMPLETE’,LRAN) ^LRO(68,LRAA,1,LRAD,4,”B”,’LAB TEST’,LRAN)

Global: ^LRO(68,

Domain: Non-Clinical

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Area
  area
.01 The accession area of the Lab. STRING INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
Lr Subscript
  lr_subscript
.02 This represents the functional area of the Lab. Must be chosen from a set of codes. ENUMERATION REQUIRED BLOOD BANK: BB
ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: EM
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY: SP
CYTOLOGY: CY
MICROBIOLOGY: MI
CHEM, HEM, TOX, RIA, SER, etc.: CH
AUTOPSY: AU
Clean Up
  clean_up
.03 Triggered by the Accession Transform field.
Determines frequency of clean up on accession lists.
ENUMERATION REQUIRED MONTHLY: M
QUARTERLY: Q
YEARLY: Y
DAILY: D
WEEKLY: W
Common Accession #'s With Area
  common_accession_numbers_with_area
.04 If another accession area is designated here, that other accession area
will be used to find the next “available” accession number which will be
updated on the other accession area.
POINTER INDEXED Accession-68
Accession Transform
  accession_transform
.05 Determines when a new accession list begins.
Points to the EXECUTE CODE file.
POINTER REQUIRED Execute_Code-62_07
Acc Code
  acc_code
.051 Mumps code that is triggered by the Accession Transform field. STRING    
Verification Code
  verification_code
.06 Points to EXECUTE CODE file. POINTER   Execute_Code-62_07
Ver Code
  ver_code
.061 Triggered by the Verification Code field. STRING    
*identity Control
  identity_control
.07 No longer used. Will be deleted in later version. POINTER DEPRECATED  
*ident Code
  ident_code
.071 No longer used. Will be deleted in later version. STRING DEPRECATED  
Print Order
  print_order
.08 The print order of the Accession Area. If the entry is less than 1 it will not be displayed. NUMERIC    
Bypass Rollover
  bypass_rollover
.085 If you choose not to bypass rollover (i.e., have a null entry), then any unverified data will be “rolled over” to the next day. You will not be allowed to have a duplicate accession number. BOOLEAN   false: 0
true: 1
Abbreviation
  abbreviation
.09 Abbreviation for the accession area. Must have programmer privileges to alter this entry. STRING REQUIRED  
Associated Division
  associated_division
.091   POINTER   Institution-4
Type Of Accession Number
  type_of_accession_number
.092 This field determines whether a full unique accession number is used for
barcoding and messages between instruments. The unique accession number
is built from three different numbers, the accession area, the date, and
the accession entry number. If ‘S’hort is selected, the accession number
used in barcodes and for input at the instrument keypad is treated the
same as it was traditionally. The ‘L’ong unique accession will always be
generated, it just won’t be used in communicating with the instrument, or
for barcoding.
Examples of the four accession transform
types are:

Daily/Weekly: 3242889999
where 32 is the Accession area identifier (field .091)
4 is the last digit of the year (1994)
288 is the Julian date for Oct 15, 1994
9999 is the 9,999th accession for that date
If the ‘L’ong version was 3242889999, ‘S’hort would be 9999
If the ‘L’ong version was 3242880001, ‘S’hort would be 1

Yearly: 3294999999
where 32 is the Accession area identifier (field .091)
94 is the last two digits of the year (1994)
999999 is the 999,999th accession for that year
If the ‘L’ong version was 3294999999, ‘S’hort would be 999999
If the ‘L’ong version was 3294000001, ‘S’hort would be 1

Quarterly: 3240499999
where 32 is the Accession area identifier (field .091)
4 is the last digit of the year (1994)
04 is the fourth quarter of 1994
99999 is the 99,999th accession for that quarter
If the ‘L’ong version was 3240499999, ‘S’hort would be 99999
If the ‘L’ong version was 3240400001, ‘S’hort would be 1

Monthly: 3241299999
where 32 is the Accession area identifier (field .091)
4 is the last digit of the year (1994)
12 is the twelfth month of 1994
99999 is the 99,999th accession for that month
If the ‘L’ong version was 3241299999, ‘S’hort would be 99999
If the ‘L’ong version was 3241200001, ‘S’hort would be 1
ENUMERATION   SHORT: S
LONG: L
*lab Section
  lab_section
.095 THIS FIELD HAS BEEN MARKED FOR DELETION IN FUTURE VERSIONS
THE FIELD LAB DIVISION (#.19) WILL BE USED INSTEAD PER WORKLOAD
REVISION.
POINTER DEPRECATED  
Non Lab Accession Area
  non_lab_accession_area
.097 This field indicates if this particular accession area is operated by
another service other than Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. If this
accession area in staffed or funded from non Pathology sources, mark this
field yes.
An example would be Blood Gas laboratory staffed or funded by
Medicine service.

HOWEVER
If this accession area is used by Point of Care (ie. Nurses entering
finger stick glucose) do not set this field to yes. Because in this case
the location is relevant to DSS database.

This field is used by the Laboratory DSS workload extraction routine to
determine if the patient location should be passed or not.
BOOLEAN   false: 0
true: 1
Responsible Official
  responsible_official
.1 The responsible official in the laboratory. Usually the Chief of Laboratory Service, or his designee. POINTER   New_Person-200
Inhibit Area Label Printing
  inhibit_area_label_printing
.11 A YES entry stops all label printing for this accession area. BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Lab Division
  lab_division
.19 This field will be used to determine which lab division a particular
accession area belongs. If this field is not filled in, CP (Clinical
Pathology ) will be assumed.
ENUMERATION REQUIRED CLINICAL PATHOLOGY: CP
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY: AP
Numeric Identifier
  numeric_identifier
.4 This field is used to build the unique accession identifier number.
It is used as the first two characters of the number. Use the numbers 1-9
and uppercase letters A-Z to designate the identifier. For example, if
you enter 99 all accession identifiers for this accession area will
start with 99, e.g. 9923400025.

If a single character is used the system will append a leading zero to
the unique identifier generated.

No two accession areas can use the same identifier.

Changing the identifier should only be performed when accessioning is not
occurring and when a situation requires it since personnel will memorize
this identifier as representing the accesson area.

Do NOT switch identifiers between active accession areas since this could
compromise the uniqueness of the resulting unique identifier (UID). The
software when generating a UID checks for the existence of the UID it will
create for an accession. If it currently exists the UID being created will
have “00” as the numeric identifier.
STRING    
Lock For Load/work List Build
  lock_for_load_work_list_build
.7 This locks the accession to allow only ONE
load/work list to build at a time.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Lab Oos Location
  lab_oos_location
.8 Occassion Of Service (OOS)

This field is used for passing data to the PCE API. This API is used
to capture CPT codes for laboratory procedures.

Special OOS Hospital locations have been created that are solely used for
recording workload (No count locations). These OOS location all begin with
‘LAB DIV’ in their names.

Example of name:
LAB DIV 600 OOS ID 108
Where 600 is the Station Number from the Institution file (#4).
Where 600 is the division Station Number where the work is done.
Where 108 is the OOS ID (stop code) for the service doing the work.

Note: The stop code could be one assigned to another service, ie Medicine.
Stop Codes are not limited to Laboratory 108.

The Laboratory Information Manager has special options used to create new
OOS locations in HOSPITAL LOCATION file. These options are used when and
new division is established or a new stop code is required.

The location names are constructed by the option and should not be altered
using FileMan. The naming convention is critical to the ability to assign
OOS Hospital Locations to Laboratory Accession (#68) file.

If a given Accession Area in the Accession file (#68) does not have a
LAB OOS LOCATION S LOCATION (#.8) Hospital Location assigned, the DEFAULT
LAB OOS LOCATION (#.8) from the LABORATORY SITE (#69.9) file will be used.
If the DEFAULT LAB OOS LOCATION field is not defined, no workload will be
captured.
POINTER   Hospital_Location-44
User Access Authorization
  user_access_authorization
.9 If left blank, any lab person may access this accession area. If filled
in, only lab persons holding the key that is entered here may use
this accession area.
POINTER   Security_Key-19_1
Instrumentation Controls
  instrumentation_controls
1 Select the instrument (if appropriate, otherwise use the MANUAL selection)
to be associated with the controls you will be selecting.
OBJECT   Instrumentation_Controls-68_09
Date
  date
2 The date of the accession. OBJECT   Date-68_01
Bar Code Print
  bar_code_print
5 This field is used by the label print utilities to determine if
bar code labels should be printed for this accession area.
ENUMERATION   CODE39 WITH CHECK DIGIT: 3
NONE: 0
CODE128: 4
YES: 1
CODE39: 2
Bar Code Pad
  bar_code_pad
5.1 Enter the number of zeros (“0”) to pad an accession number when printing
a bar code using the accession number. Used when site needs a minimum length
bar code on labels.

Example if need a four digit bar code then enter four.
This would produce the following:
Accession number Bar Code
1 0001
12 0012
123 0123
1234 1234
12345 12345
NUMERIC    
Alternate Label Entry
  alternate_label_entry
5.2 Site can enter an alternate label entry point to be used instead of the
standard lab label routine entry point defined in file LABORATORY SITE
(#69.9).

This field overrides the label routine settings in file LABORATORY SITE
(#69.9) for this accession area. Field ALTERNATE LABEL ROUTINE (#5.3)
must be completed for the software to use this field. See description
of field #5.3.
STRING    
Alternate Label Routine
  alternate_label_routine
5.3 Site can enter an alternate label routine to be used instead of the
standard lab label routine defined in file LABORATORY SITE (#69.9).

This field overrides the label routine settings in file LABORATORY SITE
(#69.9) for this accession area. It is used in conjunction with field
ALTERNATE LABEL ENTRY (#5.2) for building the variable LRLABEL.
STRING    
Reserved
  reserved
8 Reserved for future use.
the same choices you have for the entire lab. If you have selected
special label in this file then the routine will use this field to
determine what label style to us for this accession area. The field
Bar Code Printer will determine where the label will print. Remember
these three field work together. The Bar code printer, the special
label, and the label type.

If you selected special label and leave this field blank the default
will be the 2X5 uneven will be used.

NOTE ** These are the same selection available under field #
302 of the LABORATORY SITE file (#69.9), LABEL TYPE.
ENUMERATION   ORDER # FIRST: 2
MEDLAB: 3
SITE FILE: 4
2X5 UNEVEN: 1
SITE DEVELOPED VAF 10-1392: 5
Work Area
  work_area
9 This field should only be edited if this accession area is used for
the purpose of workload definitions. This accession area is then used
with load/worklist to define the area of the lab which should receive
WKLD credit.

SPECIMENS CAN NOT BE ACCESSIONED INTO THIS ACCESSION AREA. IT IS SOLELY
FOR THE USE WKLD DEFAULT ANSWERS FOR LMIP/WKLD DATA COLLECTION.
ENUMERATION   WORK AREA: WORK AREA
Workload On
  workload_on
10 this field is used to activate wkld collection. Each accession area
can be turned on independently. In order for this field to trigger wkld
collection, the field WKLD STATS ON (#17) in the LABORATORY SITE (#69.9)
file must also indicate ON.
BOOLEAN   true: 1
Collect Std/qc/repeats
  collect_std_qc_repeats
11 If you wish to have the verification process to prompt the user for
Standards, QC and Repeats after each session enter a Yes.
This will cause the counts entered to be added to all test
the user verified during that particular session.
The function of entering this data can be also done by the option
STD/QC/REPS/MANUAL WKLD COUNT [LR WKLD STD/QC/REPS] found on the
Process Menu [LR DO!].
BOOLEAN   true: 1
External Service Area
  external_service_area
12 This field determines if the Accession Area is defined for send out tests. BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0

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Sub-Files

Instrumentation Controls (68.09)

ID
Instrumentation_Controls-68_09

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Instrumentation Controls
  instrumentation_controls
.01 You may only change the selection you have chosen by “selecting”
another one. If you wish to change THIS one, you must delete it first.
(The internal FileMan number is significant, so we can’t change the text.)
POINTER REQUIRED Auto_Instrument-62_4
Control Name
  control_name
1 The control that should always be placed with the accession number to be
defined with the ACC # field .001
OBJECT   Control_Name-68_1

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Control Name (68.1)

ID
Control_Name-68_1

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Acc #
  acc_number
.001 The numeric part of the accession to be assigned for the indicated
control, if the number is available and automatic accessioning of
controls is tasked.
IEN    
Control Name
  control_name
.01 The control that should always be placed with the accession number to be defined with the ACC # field .001. POINTER REQUIRED Lab_Control_Name-62_3

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Date (68.01)

ID
Date-68_01

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Date
  date
.01 The date of the accession. DATE-TIME REQUIRED  
Accession Number
  accession_number
1 The numeric part of the accession. OBJECT   Accession_Number-68_02
*current Initials
  current_initials
2 Will be deleted in future versions.
the test(s).
STRING DEPRECATED  
Current Accession Number
  current_accession_number
3 The last used accession number. STRING    
*current Identity
  current_identity
4 No longer used. Will be deleted in later versions. 1/89. STRING DEPRECATED  
Current Verify Acc #
  current_verify_acc_number
5 The last verified accession number. NUMERIC    
Bull Algorithm Control Data
  bull_algorithm_control_data
6 Data is stored here for use in Bull’s algorithm. OBJECT   Bull_Algorithm_Control_Data-68_07
Multi-rule VA Qc
  multirule_va_qc
7 Quality control comparisons based on Westergard’s suggested use of
the Multi-rule Shewhart determinations are stored under this multiple.
OBJECT   Multirule_VA_Qc-68_11

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Accession Number (68.02)

ID
Accession_Number-68_02

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Log
  log
.001 The numeric part of the accession. IEN    
Lrdfn
  lrdfn
.01 The internal pointer to file 63 is stored here. POINTER REQUIRED Lab_Data-63
File #
  file_number
1 The pointer to the File of Files for the entity in field .01 is stored
here.
POINTER   File-1
Original Accn Date
  original_accn_date
2 The date part of the original accession is stored here. DATE-TIME    
Date Ordered
  date_ordered
3 The date the order was placed is stored here. DATE-TIME    
Specimen Number
  specimen_number
4 The internal specimen number is stored here. NUMERIC    
Identity
  identity
5 The identity from e.g. reference labs etc. is stored here. STRING INDEXED  
Report Routing Location
  report_routing_location
6 The service/location from which the original order came. The report
is routed back to this location.
STRING REQUIRED  
Provider
  provider
6.5 The internal number of the provider requesting the test(s) is stored here. POINTER REQUIRED New_Person-200
Treating Speciality
  treating_speciality
6.6 The treating specialty of the location requesting the test. POINTER REQUIRED Facility_Treating_Specialty-45_7
Log-in Person
  login_person
6.7 The pointer to the person (NEW PERSON file) creating this accession is stored here. POINTER   New_Person-200
Hardware Special Numbers
  hardware_special_numbers
8 Data from automated instruments may be stored here for debugging purposes. STRING    
Draw Time
  draw_time
9 The date/time the specimen was taken. DATE-TIME    
Date/time Obtained Inexact
  date_time_obtained_inexact
10 This field has a “NO” if the draw time is estimated or unknown. BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Tests
  tests
11 The pointers to the Laboratory Tests for this accession. OBJECT   Tests-68_04
Lab Arrival Time
  lab_arrival_time
12 The date/time the specimen arrived at the lab. DATE-TIME INDEXED  
Date/time Results Available
  date_time_results_available
13 The date/time all results for the accession are available. DATE-TIME    
Inverse Date
  inverse_date
13.5 9999999 minus the internal entry in field 9 DATE-TIME    
Comment
  comment
13.6 A one line comment for the accession. STRING    
Order #
  order_number
14 The original order number is stored here. STRING INDEXED  
Accession
  accession
15 The printable form of the Accession is stored here. STRING    
In Common Accession
  in_common_accession
15.1 When this accession area is ‘in common’ with another accession
area the printable form of the ‘in common’ accession is stored
here.
STRING    
Uid
  uid
16 This is the UID used by the HOST LEDI system for this order/accession.

This field is used by the LEDI software.
STRING INDEXED  
Ordering Site
  ordering_site
16.1 This field contains the pointer to the INSTITUTION file for the
MailMan domain location of the computer system. All LEDI results are
returned to the Ordering computer system.

Location to send LEDI HL7 result messages.

This field is used by LEDI software.
POINTER INDEXED Institution-4
Collecting Site
  collecting_site
16.2 This field contain the pointer to the INSTITUTION file for the actual
collection site. The ordering site is the MailMan location of the computer
system. MailMan domain location and the collecting site may be different.

This field is used by LEDI software.
POINTER   Institution-4
Host Uid
  host_uid
16.3 Each Order/Accession is given a HOST UID. The UID is stored in this
location. If LEDI software is used to accession specimens, usually the
collecting sites UID is used to track specimens. If the collecting UID
conflict is the HOST system number sequence, the HOST UID will be used
instead of the collecting site’s UID.

This field is used by LEDI software.
STRING INDEXED  
Ordering Site Uid
  ordering_site_uid
16.4 This field contains the collecting sites UID for this specimen.

This field is used by LEDI software.
STRING    
Div
  div
26 This field contains the division of the person ordering the test
for this accession number. The DUZ(2) is used to determine the division
pointer. In some cases this field may be blank, example auto accession
controls.
POINTER INDEXED Institution-4
Pce Enc #
  pce_enc_number
30 This field contains a list of PCE Encounters generated for this accession.
If there are multiple encounter numbers for this accession, they are
separated by ‘;’.

This field is only populated if professional service PCE workload is
generated. This is usually the type of PCE workload generated by
Pathologist reporting anatomical pathology services.

PCE workload is only generated for those hospital locations with the type
of clinic, module or other. No PCE workload is generated for in-patient
locations.
STRING    
Specimen
  specimen
50 The site/specimen from the Topography Field file. There may be more
than one specimen for certain types of accessions.
OBJECT   Specimen-68_05
Number Of Slides
  number_of_slides
60 The number of slides prepared for path examination. NUMERIC    
Paraffin Block(s)
  paraffin_blocks
61 The number of paraffin blocks prepared for path examination. NUMERIC    
Progress Notes
  progress_notes
80 Progress notes on the accession. STRING    
Current Accession Date
  current_accession_date
91 This field is set by the roll-over routine in the original accession
to point to the current accession date for accessions that have
rolled over.
DATE-TIME    
Location Type
  location_type
92 This field holds the type of hospital location. $P(^SC(X,0),U,3)
It is used primarily for WKLD calculations. Since the patient
may be discharged or admitted before the WKLD calculation routines run.
This field holds a permanent location type.
ENUMERATION   NON-CLINIC STOP: N
OPERATION ROOM: OR
MODULE: M
CLINIC: C
OTHER: Z
FILE AREA: F
IMAGING: I
WARD: W
Count For Wkld
  count_for_wkld
93 This field is set to 1 if this accession has been counted for
workload. This is set automatically by the tally routines.
NOTE: THIS FIELD SHOULD NOT BE SET MANUALLY.
ENUMERATION   YES: 1
no: 0
yes: 1
NO: 0
Ordering Location
  ordering_location
94 This field contains the location placing the order for this patient. POINTER   Hospital_Location-44

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Tests (68.04)

ID
Tests-68_04

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
** Test**
  _test
.01 The pointers to the Laboratory Tests for this accession. POINTER INDEXED
REQUIRED
Laboratory_Test-60
Urgency Of Test
  urgency_of_test
1 The urgency of the test being completed, e.g. stat, routine, etc.
There is a special urgency used only for workload recording called
WKL. This urgency indicates that this test was not ordered directly,
but was added to the accession to support certain workload functions.
POINTER REQUIRED Urgency-62_05
Load List Entry
  load_list_entry
2 The load/work list location is stored here in “;” piece format.
“load list pointer;tray;cup”
STRING    
Technologist
  technologist
3 The DUZ of the person verifying the test.
NOTE: This field previously contained technologist initials.
Converted with the release of version 5.2.
POINTER   New_Person-200
Complete Date
  complete_date
4 If null, the test is incomplete. Otherwise, it is the date/time of completion. DATE-TIME    
Disposition
  disposition
5   STRING    
Tally To Wkld
  tally_to_wkld
5.1 If test was counted for WKLD workload, workload file entry
is entered here.
This flag prevents the test from being counted
more than once.
UPDATE THIS FIELD AUTOMATICALLY.
ENUMERATION   YES: 1
HAS NOT: 0
Wkld Code
  wkld_code
6 This sub file is devoted entirely to workload functions. The data
is stuffed automatically by routines at the time of verification of the
test.
OBJECT   Wkld_Code-68_14
*identity
  identity
7 Will deleted in future versions. STRING DEPRECATED  
Wkld Suffix
  wkld_suffix
8 This field contains the WKLD code suffix used to identify the method
used to verify this particular test. The suffix is stuffed at
the time of verification automatically. This field can be used to sort
methods used to assay various test.
The decimal point of the WKLD code suffix is stripped off.
STRING    
Parent Test
  parent_test
8.1 This field contains the parent ordered test. In the case of panel test,
this field will contain the original ordered test.
POINTER   Laboratory_Test-60
Shipping Manifest
  shipping_manifest
9 This fields is used at the collection site to determine the exact
placement of each test. This field will contain the shipping manifest
code for referral or send out lab tests. For all local tests the field
will be null.
POINTER   Lab_Shipping_Manifest-62_8

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Wkld Code (68.14)

ID
Wkld_Code-68_14

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Wkld Code
  wkld_code
.01 WKLD codes associated with test/procedure are entered here. POINTER INDEXED
REQUIRED
Wkld_Code-64
Test Multiply Factor
  test_multiply_factor
.02 Enter the number of times the WKLD code is used for the test/procedure.
to obtain the correct total weight. The default value is 1. This number
is used to determine the total weight to credited for this test.
This is the number of times this test has been counted.
NUMERIC    
Wkld Code Counted
  wkld_code_counted
.03 This field is used by the workload compiling routine to prevent the
WKLD code from being counted twice. The number 1 indicates the weight
has been captured for this WKLD code.
NOTE: THIS FIELD SHOULD NOT BE MANUALLY EDITED.
BOOLEAN   false: 0
true: 1
Wkld Code Tally
  wkld_code_tally
.04 A WKLD code may have several individual counts.
Each time a count is made it is added to the WKLD
code tally and the WKLD CODE COUNTED flag is set to zero.
This field is utilized when additional work has been added to a part
icular WKLD code. Microbioloby is a area which many require a WKLD code
be counted more than once. This field then contains the total number
of times the WKLD code weight has been multiplied.
NOTE: THIS FIELD SHOULD NOT BE MANUALLY EDITED.
NUMERIC    
Wkld Code Repeat Count
  wkld_code_repeat_count
.05 This field is not being presently used. It may be used in the
future to automatically capture repeat workload. Another field
in ^LRO(64.1, is being used to capture this data from manual entry.
NUMERIC    
Completion Time
  completion_time
1 This field conatins the completion time for this individual WKLD code
procedure. It calulated at the time of verification by the routines
which stuff the data into this field.
DATE-TIME    
User
  user
2 This field contains the person (NEW PERSON file) which verified this
particular portion of the test. This field is automatically stuffed at
the time of verification.
POINTER   New_Person-200
Institution
  institution
3 This is the institution the verifying person used when logging on
to the system. This field allow the workload from Multi-Div sites
to be stored and counted separately.
POINTER   Institution-4
Major Section
  major_section
4 This field contains the accession area which should recieve credit for
this workload. ie CHEMISTRY
POINTER   Accession-68
Lab Subsection
  lab_subsection
5 This the second level used for identifying where workload credit should
be credited.
ie. SPECIAL CHEMISTRY
POINTER   Accession-68
Work Area
  work_area
6 This is the lowest level used to credit workload. This field may be
the same as the LAB SUBSECTION entry.
i.e., ELECTROPHORESIS
POINTER   Accession-68
Manual Edit
  manual_edit
12 If this data is entered manually via a edit template. This field would
indicate if the data was not stuffed automatically.
BOOLEAN   true: 1

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Specimen (68.05)

ID
Specimen-68_05

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Specimen
  specimen
.01 The site/specimen from the Topography field file. There may be
more than one specimen for certain types of accessions.
POINTER REQUIRED Topography_Field-61
Collection Sample
  collection_sample
1 The collection sample is from file 62. POINTER   Collection_Sample-62
Test
  test
2 This field contains the test ordered for this patient/specimen OBJECT   Test-68_13

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Test (68.13)

ID
Test-68_13

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Test
  test
.01 The procedures to be done on a particular specimen. POINTER REQUIRED Laboratory_Test-60
Tissue Block(s)
  tissue_blocks
1 Used for path examination. STRING    
Total Slides
  total_slides
2 This field contains the number of slides used to process this specimen. NUMERIC    

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Bull Algorithm Control Data (68.07)

ID
Bull_Algorithm_Control_Data-68_07

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Method Control Data
  method_control_data
.01 Data is stored here for use in Bull’s algorithm. POINTER REQUIRED Auto_Instrument-62_4
Control Data
  control_data
1 Data from the running average of Bull’s algorithm is stored here. STRING    
Mean Data Value 1
  mean_data_value_1
2 The Mean Data Value 1 from the Auto Instrument file is reproduced here. NUMERIC    
Mean Data Value 2
  mean_data_value_2
3 The Mean Data Value 2 from the Auto Instrument file is reproduced here. NUMERIC    
Mean Data Value 3
  mean_data_value_3
4 The Mean Data Value 3 from the Auto Instrument file is reproduced here. NUMERIC    

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Multi-rule VA Qc (68.11)

ID
Multirule_VA_Qc-68_11

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Control Name
  control_name
.01 The name of the Quality Control to be used in Westergard’s suggested
use of the Multi-rule Shewhart determinations.
POINTER REQUIRED Lab_Control_Name-62_3
Control Data
  control_data
1 Data from the Multi-rule Shewhart determinations are stored here for
intermediate computations.
POINTER   Laboratory_Test-60
Reject Reason
  reject_reason
2 A brief description of the reason to re-examine the controls. STRING    

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