WII APPROVE action This protocol is a list manager action item located on the WII REVIEW ADT EVENTS option. Its function allows users to approve entries that have been collected by the weekly back ground process (WII BUILD ADT EVENTS). The approved entries are sent to the repository when the user exits the WII REVIEW ADT option. D TR^WIILM01 S VALMBCK="R"
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RA ORDERABLE ITEM UPDATE extended action Invoked whenever a single Radiology/Nuc Med procedure is added or edited. Creates an HL7 message array containing all data associated with the procedure. The triggering event may be an add/edit of an entry in the Rad/Nuc Med Procedure file (which can change any data item related to a procedure), or an add/edit of the Rad/Nuc Med Common Procedure file (which only affects the Common Order Flag of the ZRA segment). An initial, one-time only population of the OE/RR Orderable file with Rad/Nuc Med procedures will occur at the point in time when both OE/RR V3 and Radiology/Nuclear Medicine V4.5 have been installed at a site. This protocol is NOT used for this initial population. Instead, function calls are used in this one-time event. K:$L($G(RAVARBLE)) @RAVARBLE,RAVARBLE
TIU BROWSE ACTION SEND BACK action Allows Medical Record Technicians or MIS Managers to send the current document back to transcription to be edited, if it hasn't been signed yet. The status of the document is changed to "unreleased" and clinicians and MAS personnel are prevented from viewing it until the modifications have been made, and the document has been re-released. D SENDBACK^TIUT(TIUDA) S VALMBCK=$S(+$P(^TIU(8925,+TIUDA,13),U,4):"R",1:"Q")
RMPR SUSP CON action Function description Print Consult (PR) is used to print a consult or view a consult on a terminal screen. Steps To print a consult, follow these steps: Step Action 1 At the Select Item(s): Next Screen// prompt, type PR for the Print Consult option, and press 2 Select the suspense record in the list to be printed (indicated within parenthesis), and press 3 At the Chart Copy (Y/N)? Y// prompt, type NO, and press . 4 At the DEVICE: HOME// prompt, press to print the consult. D PDISP^RMPREO23
LRJ SYS MAP HL SCHED AUDIT RPT DISP action This action allows the user to view the Hospital Location Change Management System Audit Task Option Schedule report and includes the following details: o Name of the option scheduled to be run o Task ID o Start Time for job o Rescheduling Frequency o Date this TaskMan job was originally scheduled D INIT^LRJSML5
TIUFHA ACTION COPY action MANAGER OPTIONS OVERVIEW Copy/Move is a very powerful action and should be used with great care. It is accessible only through the Document Definitions (Manager) menu [TIUF DOCUMENT DEFINITION MGR]. Like other actions on the Manager menu, it disregards ownership. Users are expected to move only titles or documents for which they are responsible. Under the action Copy/Move, users may choose MT to MOVE TITLE, MD to MOVE DOCUMENTS, C to COPY, or U to UPDATE DOCUMENTS: MT: A Title may be moved to a different Document Class, for example, when hospital services are reorganized. Documents defined by the title are then updated with the new PARENT DOCUMENT TYPE (field # .04). MD: ALL documents defined by a given title may be moved to another title, for example, when a little-used title is eliminated in favor of a broader title. C: Titles, components, and objects may be copied, for example, when jump-starting a new Document Definition by copying and then editing the copy. Title and component copies may be placed under the same parent as the original, placed under a new parent, or left as orphans. U: Documents defined by a particular title are updated with the correct PARENT DOCUMENT TYPE (field # .04). When Moving or Copying a title, users must be aware that changing positions in the hierarchy gives an entry NEW INHERITED behavior. Accordingly, some moves may not be appropriate. It is the user's responsibility to determine whether or not a given action is appropriate. DETAILED DESCRIPTION Action C COPY: The Copy action prompts for an entry to copy and a new entry name to copy into. This name must be different from the name of the entry being copied. The action then creates a new entry with the chosen name and copies the fields in the Document Definition File 8925.1 into the new entry. Certain fields require more information on exactly how they are copied: EMPTY FIELDS - If the original has empty fields, they are copied empty, NOT as inherited. STATUS FIELD - If the original has a Status of Active or Test, the entry may be copied, but the copy has a Status of Inactive. NATIONAL STANDARD FIELD - If the original is National Standard, the entry may be copied, but the copy is not National Standard. SHARED FIELD - If a component is Shared, it may be copied but the copy is not Shared. If the component has subcomponents, new nonshared subcomponents are created and added to the copy. ITEMS FIELD - If the original entry has items, the action prompts for item names to copy into, creates NEW entries for the items, and adds the NEW items to the copy. SHARED ITEMS - If a Nonshared entry has a Shared item, the action does NOT copy the Shared item but merely adds the Shared item to the copy. TITLES and COMPONENTS can be copied from the Edit Option or the Sort Option. If an entry is copied under the Edit option, the user is asked which parent to add the copy to, and the copy is added as an item to this parent. If no parent is selected, the copy is left as an orphan. Copying an Entry to a New Parent: If the user is copying a title, then the parent to which the copy is added must be in the hierarchy and must be a document class. If the user is copying a component, then the parent to which the copy is added must be in the hierarchy and must be a title or a component. The parent must be inactive and may not be National Standard or Shared. If an entry is copied under the Sort option (not the Edit option), then the title or component copies are left as orphans. Although orphan titles or components will not appear in the Document Definition hierarchy, they can be still be added to a parent through both the Sort AND THE EDIT options by selecting action ITEMS for the parent, then action Add/Create, and then the orphan item. Checking Copies: Copy titles which have been given a new parent should be thoroughly checked before they are activated since their inherited behavior may have changed. The check should include Document Definition attributes of the entry (including Upload characteristics), TIU Document Parameters, and Business Rules. Consider inherited as well as explicit values. Any other implicit behavior, local or national, that applies to the entry must also be checked. Although there is no harm in coping a Title to ANY document class in the hierarchy as long as the copy is not activated (since the copy has no documents), there is no reason to expect that such copies will function at all, much less function properly. The user should either ensure that they function properly in every way, or delete such copies from the Document Definition file. Copy COMPONENTS which have been given a new parent should also be checked by thoroughly testing the parent title as above. The copy action leaves the parent title of the copy component inactive. It is the user's responsibility to test the new parent title and then reactivate it so it is available to users for entering documents. Note: Although Action Copy COULD be used to change the behavior of an entry (i.e. change the copy and inactivate the original), it is better to use Action Edit or Move and not clutter up the file with inactive entries. Most behavior can be edited even when the entry is In Use by documents. Titles can be moved even when they are In Use by documents. Copying Objects: OBJECTS are copied from the Sort Option or the Create Objects Option. Object Abbreviation and Print Name are not copied, since they must be different from those of the original. If the user does not have programmer access, the Object Method is not copied since it is an M field. Since even inactive objects affect the Document Definition action TRY for titles whose boilerplate text contains the object, objects should not be copied/created without good reason. They should be thoroughly tested before being activated. Action MT Move Title: The action Move Title is accessed from the Edit option only, since it involves only entries in the Document Definition hierarchy. Action Move Title PERMITS: Moving TITLES Moving between DOCUMENT CLASSES WITHIN THE SAME CLASS Action Move Title DOES NOT PERMIT: Moving CLASSES or DOCUMENT CLASSES Moving COMPONENTS (The same effect can be achieved by deleting the component as an item from its parent, and adding it as an item to the new parent. This can be done even if the component is In Use.) Moving NATIONAL STANDARD titles Moving titles which are not in the DOCUMENT DEFINITION HIERARCHY Moving titles between CLASSES Moving FAULTY titles (known as faulty to the computer) Moving titles to FAULTY DOCUMENT CLASSES Moves which RESULT in FAULTY titles (For example, suppose Title NURSE NOTE inherits its Print Method from its document class NIGHT NURSE DOCUMENT CLASS. Suppose DAY NURSE DOCUMENT CLASS has no Print Method. (This is not a fault since the titles under it could all have their own Print Methods.) If a user moves NURSE NOTE from NIGHT NURSE DOCUMENT CLASS to DAY NURSE DOCUMENT CLASS, then the title lacks a Print Method and becomes faulty. Documents using the title don't print. In this case, the title must first be given its own Print Method, and THEN moved.) The above restrictions are intended to prevent moves between Document Classes with very different behavior. However, hierarchies vary, and some structures will still permit risky moves. For example, if Consults are under Progress Notes, the user can move a nonconsult Title to Document Class CONSULTS. This sort of move is NOT advised. Anyone contemplating such a move should carefully read the paragraphs below on the Consequences of Moves between Very Different Document Classes. Moving a title automatically inactivates it. Therefore, managers should move titles only during off-peak hours. After the title is inactivated and moved under a new Document Class, the MT action attempts to update the PARENT DOCUMENT TYPE field (#.04) for existing documents of the title. This may take awhile if there are many documents to update. (If certain documents were not updated, the user must update them later, using action Update Documents.) When the action is finished, the title is LEFT INACTIVE. Checking the Title: Since the title has changed position within the hierarchy, its behavior may have changed. It is the user's responsibility to thoroughly check its new behavior, and then to reactivate it so it is available for entering new documents. The check should include Document Definition attributes of the entry (including Basic, Technical, and Upload fields), TIU Document Parameters, and Business Rules. Consider inherited as well as explicit values. Any other implicit behavior, local or national, that applies to the entry must also be checked. It is possible that the Document Definition action TRY might state that an entry looks OK when it still does not function. For example, the action TRY may quit without continuing on to let the user enter a trial document. In such a case, check the title's Document Definition Fields against a different title that DOES work. (The TRY action checks that fields EXIST, but does not check whether or not they function properly.) Possible Consequences of Moves between Very Different Document Classes: Some behaviors are explicit, being determined by parameters, Business Rules, etc.. Others are implicit. For example, a Consult document is linked to a request when it is created, while a Progress Note document is not. These differences mean, for example, that one document may belong to a given cross reference or have a certain field, while another lacks the field and is not in the cross reference. Furthermore, the entry may have Business Rules, parameters, etc., which are not appropriate in its new position. It may also be lacking necessary ones. Except for updating the PARENT DOCUMENT TYPE field (#.04) for documents of a title, the COPY/MOVE actions simply move the entry AS IS, making no attempt to ensure that it functions correctly in its new position. It is the user's responsibility to determine whether or not a move is reasonable, and to make all necessary changes to documents, Document Definitions, and rules/parameters. This does NOT mean that all moves are dangerous. The more the difference in behavior and the greater the number of documents a title has, the greater the risk. Moves may take awhile if a title has many documents. In the meantime, existing documents may not function properly, and users may not be able to enter given Titles. On the other hand there should be little risk in moving, say, a Cardiology/Medicine Service Progress Note title from Document Class MEDICINE SERVICE to Document Class CARDIOLOGY. Action MD Move Documents: Under this action, users select an old title and a new title. The action then attempts to move ALL the documents of the old title to the new title. After a document is moved, its Parent Document Type is updated if necessary. If some documents are not available for move/update, they can be moved later using the same action. The old title is then no longer In Use and can be deleted if desired. The old title is inactivated while documents are moved, and LEFT INACTIVE. If the user wants it available for entering documents, the user must reactivate it. Action Move Documents DOES NOT PERMIT: Moving documents from or to titles that have components Moving documents to a faulty title Moving documents between CLASSES Moving SELECTED documents (To move a particular document from one Title to another, use Hidden Action CT Change Title for that particular document.) The behavior of documents is determined by their title. Therefore, moving documents from one title to another can affect their behavior. Users are responsible to make sure the behavior of the target title is appropriate BEFORE moving documents to it. Anyone contemplating a move between very different titles should carefully read the warnings under action Move Title, above. Action U Update Documents: This action is intended as a possible follow-up to action Move Title. It will usually not be necessary since action Move Title itself attempts to update documents defined by the moved title, giving them the correct new Parent Document Type. However, if a document is not available, then action Move Title finishes, leaving that document with the old Parent Document Type. This may affect document behavior. It will cause CWADs to fail to generate alerts, and conversely will cause nonCWADs to generate CWAD alerts. It may have other consequences in the future. Action U Update Documents is intended for this situation. It updates every document defined by a certain title to the correct Parent Document Type. It can be run multiple times if necessary and entails no risk. D COPYMOVE^TIUFHA2
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GMTS ADC action This component contains information from the MAS package. Time and occurrence limits apply to this component. Data presented include: date range of admission, ward, length of stay (LOS), last treating specialty, last provider, admitting diagnosis text, bedsection, principal diagnosis, diagnosis for longest length of stay (DXLS), and seconary ICD diagnoses. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="ADC",GMTSTITL="ADMISSIONS/DISCHARGES" D ENCWA^GMTS

GMPL PROBLEM LIST menu This menu uses the List Manager utility to display a patient's problem list with data relevant to the needs of a clinician. Various actions may be taken here such as adding, removing, editing, inactivating, and appending comments; the user may also see a detailed display of selected problem(s) or change which problems appear on the displayed view of the list. A new patient's list may be selected or a printout of the list generated.
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GMPL USER PREFS menu This menu contains actions allowing a user to change his/her preferred view of patient problem lists. A set of services may be defined here that will be used as a default screen when displaying patient problem lists for this user; the view may be changed dynamically within the Problem List application through the "Change View" action, but it will not be stored as a new default unless updated here.


RA CANCEL 2.3 event driver This protocol is triggered whenever a Radiology/Nuclear Medicine exam is cancelled. It executes code that creates an HL7 version 2.3 ORM message consisting of PID, ORC, and OBX segments. The message contains all relevant information about the exam, including procedure, time of cancellation, procedure modifiers, patient allergies and clinical history. Q
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