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Global: ^LAHM(62.48

Package: Automated Lab Instruments

Global: ^LAHM(62.48


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FileMan FileNo FileMan Filename Package
62.48 LA7 MESSAGE PARAMETER Automated Lab Instruments

Description

Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 48

Package Total Routines
Automated Lab Instruments 45 ALERT CONDITION    LA66    LA68    LA7CHKF    LA7HDR    LA7HDR1    LA7HL7    LA7LOG
LA7PCFG    LA7POC    LA7PURG    LA7SMB1    LA7SMU2    LA7SRPT1    LA7SRPT2    LA7SRPT3
LA7SRPT4    LA7UCFG    LA7UID    LA7UID1    LA7UIIN    LA7UIO1    LA7UTILA    LA7UTILB
LA7UXQA    LA7VHL    LA7VHLU1    LA7VHLU8    LA7VIN1    LA7VIN4    ^LAHM(62.485    LA7VIN
LA7VLCM2    LA7VLCM7    LA7VMSG    LA7VMSG1    LA7VOBRB    LA7VOBX2    LA7VORM1    LA7VSET
LA7VSET1    LA7VSTP1    NON-VA ORDER SNOMED CODES    REMOTE SYSTEM ID    ^LAHM(62.48    
Lab Service 2 LRVRARU    LRVRPOCU    
Kernel 1 FILE    

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 11

Package Total Routines
Automated Lab Instruments 9 LA7LOG    LA7PCFG    LA7UCFG    LA7VHLUA    LA7VIN1A    LA7VIN1B    LA7VSET    LA7VSET1
LA7VSTP1    
Lab Service 2 LRVRPOC    LRVRPOCU    

Pointed To By FileMan Files, Total: 4

Package Total FileMan Files
Automated Lab Instruments 2 LA7 MESSAGE QUEUE(#62.49)[.5]    LAB SHIPPING CONFIGURATION(#62.9)[.07]    
Lab Service 2 AUTO INSTRUMENT(#62.4)[8]    LAB CODE MAPPING(#62.47)[#62.4701(2.2)]    

Pointer To FileMan Files, Total: 4

Package Total FileMan Files
Lab Service 2 TOPOGRAPHY FIELD(#61)[#62.482(.01)]    COLLECTION SAMPLE(#62)[#62.482(.01)]    
Health Level Seven 1 HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION PARAMETER(#770)[7]    
MailMan 1 MAIL GROUP(#3.8)[#62.481(.02)]    

Fields, Total: 13

Field # Name Loc Type Details
.01 CONFIGURATION 0;1 FREE TEXT
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<3)!'(X'?1P.E) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 25, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-30 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the descriptive name for all Lab Messaging configurations.  Each external partner that the Lab system exchanges messages with should have an entry in the file, e.g. OERR, Universal Interface.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  62.48^B
    1)= S ^LAHM(62.48,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAHM(62.48,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
1 PROTOCOL 0;2 SET
  • 'HL7' FOR HEALTH LEVEL SEVEN;
  • 'X12' FOR ANSI X.12;
  • '1238' FOR ASTM 1238;
  • '1381' FOR ASTM 1381;
  • '1394' FOR ASTM 1394;
  • 'LOCAL' FOR LOCAL;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 22, 1995
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the protocol name that best fits this configuration.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field should contain the type of messages that are used by this configuration.  This field is primarily for documentation.
2 STATUS 0;3 SET
  • '1' FOR ACTIVE;
  • '0' FOR INACTIVE;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 25, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter "Active" to allow this configuration to send and receive messages.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to turn this configuration on or off.
3 GRACE PERIOD FOR MESSAGES 0;6 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>31)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 05, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 31, 0 Decimal Digits.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Grace period determines the number of days that messages for this configuration are kept on the system before purging when the message status is "purgable". If this field is left blank, the system assumes 3 days. These
    messages are found in the LA7 MESSAGE QUEUE file (#62.49).  When messages have status of "error" they remain on the system until their corresponding error message is removed from the XTMP global by a KERNEL cleanup task.
    The messages then become "purgable".
4 LOG ERRORS 0;4 SET
  • '0' FOR OFF;
  • '1' FOR ON;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 04, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer "Yes" to log errors in ^XTMP.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If turned on, errors or exceptional conditions that occur during message processing are stored in the ^XTMP global for review.  To review the log, in programmer mode, type D PRINT^LA7LOG.
5 PROCESS IN 1;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 07, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is executable MUMPS code. It should contain a call to an application routine that will process the incoming message.  For a Universal Interface setup, it should contain the call D QUE^LA7UIIN.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
6 PROCESS DOWNLOAD 2;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 16, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains executable MUMPS code. It should contain the call point in a routine that will process building a message to be sent to the receiving system. For a Universal Interface configuration it should contain
    the call D EN^LA7UID1.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  @
7 HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION 0;5 POINTER TO HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION PARAMETER FILE (#770) HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION PARAMETER(#770)

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 16, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Used to call the HL7 package with the appropriate remote system identifier.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is a pointer to the HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION PARAMETER file (#770).  The field is used by the Universal Interface to create an Health Level Seven message using the Vista HL7 v1.5 package.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  The variable HLNDAP is often required by the HL7 package. This is a pointer to the HL7 NON-DHCP APPLICATION PARAMETER file (#770). This field is a pointer to that file and can be used in messaging building routines to
    set the HLNDAP variable.
10 MULTIPLE ORDERS 0;8 SET
  • '0' FOR MULTIPLE PATIENTS;
  • '1' FOR SINGLE PATIENT;
  • '2' FOR SINGLE ORDER;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 31, 2001
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select if multiple/single patients/orders should be sent in a single message. See description (??) for additional help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Determines when building a HL7 message if message should contain only one patient/order or multiple patients/orders.
    Default is multiple patients per message if possible.
    This allows site to configure message building when communicating with a non-VA system that can not handle a message that has more than one patient in the message. It applies to both order (ORM) and result (ORU) messages.
    When communicating with a VA facility this field can be left blank (default) or set to 0 - MULTIPLE PATIENTS
    If the receiving system can only accept one patient per HL7 message then select 1 - SINGLE PATIENT. This will place multiple orders or results for multiple orders in one message but only one patient will be contained in
    the message.
    If the receiving system can only accept one order per HL7 message then select 2 - SINGLE ORDER. This will place in the message one order or the results associated with one order for a single patient
    Note: An order in the VA is considered those tests found on one accession. What the VA considers as an accession other non-VA systems may refer to as an order.
11 INTERFACE TYPE 0;9 SET
  • '1' FOR LAB UI;
  • '10' FOR LEDI;
  • '20' FOR POC;
  • '21' FOR POCA;
  • '30' FOR HDR;
  • '40' FOR OCS;
  • '99' FOR OTHER;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2007
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the purpose for this messaging interface.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field determines how and for what purpose this configuration is used. It allows the laboratory software to generate, handle and process messages.
    LAB UI - Used to identify configurations that are for processing
    laboratory automated instrument data via a generic interface
    manager.
    LEDI - Designate entries involved with Laboratory Electronic Data
    Interchange (LEDI). Used to identify interfaces involved in
    the generation, transmission and processing of HL7 order (ORM)
    and result (ORU) messages involving reference laboratory
    testing between VistA and other VistA systems, commercial
    reference laboratories, DoD laboratories and civilian
    institutions.
    POC - Point of Care (POC) interface. These interfaces transmit
    laboratory test results for which there is no pre-existing
    VistA laboratory order. VistA creates an order as part of
    result processing and storage.
    POCA - Point of Care interface that subscribes to HL7 patient
    demographic (ADT) messages from VistA. Used by POC interfaces
    that subscribe to patient information from VistA to maintain
    the POC's patient database.
    HDR - Designates interface to the VA Health Data Repository (HDR).
    And those systems which subscribe to VistA Lab HL7 Result (ORU)
    messages broadcast by VistA when lab results are made available
    within VistA. Examples are COTS clinical decision support
    systems.
    OCS - Order Collection System. Interfaces involved in phlebotomy
    and other specimen collection systems. Information regarding
    lab orders and specimen requirement are transmitted to an
    external system which assists in the specimen collection
    and updates VistA Lab with information related to the specimen
    and the related order/accession.
    OTHER - Designate other non-laboratory interfaces that utilize the
    Laboratory package.
20 ALERT CONDITION 20;0 SET Multiple #62.481 62.481

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field allows the user to identify whether to receive alerts when there are new results, new orders or when an error is logged to the ^XTMP global.
30 NON-VA ORDER SNOMED CODES SCT;0 VARIABLE POINTER Multiple #62.482 62.482

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Allows mapping a SNOMED CT code to specimen (topography) and/or collection sample which an external system requires and which is different from the SNOMED CT code assigned to the concept by the Dept of Veterans Affairs.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This field uses a combination of an Output Transform and a "WRITE ID" node in the DD to display the file that the particular entry is from.
  • IDENTIFIED BY:  
    "LA":    D EN^DDIOL("  "_$$ID62482^LA7XREF(),"","$C(32)")
  • INDEXED BY:  VA FILE ENTRY & SNOMED CT ID (AC), SNOMED CT ID & VA FILE ENTRY (AD), SNOMED CT ID & VA FILE ENTRY (AD1), SNOMED CT ID & VA FILE ENTRY (AD2)
90 REMOTE SYSTEM ID 90;0 Multiple #62.483 62.483

  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used to locate the correct configuration in this file when a message is received from a remote system. Most messaging protocols contain information about the system that originated the message and the system
    that is the destination. Since there can be several senders and receivers, this field can be used to determine the correct receiver by using a special lookup on this field. The Universal Interface utilizes this field in
    the following manner.
    The VISTA Health Level Seven (HL7) package requires that every message must have four fields in the message header so that it can determine the application route for the message. Those four fields are called Sending
    Application, Sending Facility, Receiving Application, and Receiving Facility. The HL7 software must find values for each of these fields in the message within the HL7 package files. The fields must match in the following
    way.
    For HL7 v1.5 interfaces
    Sending Application = the NAME field (#.01) in  the HL7 NON-DHCP
    APPLICATION PARAMETER file (#770)
    Sending Facility = the NON-DHCP FACILITY NAME field (#3) in File 770
    Receiving Application = the NAME field (#.01) in the HL7 APPLICATION
    PARAMETER file (#771)
    Receiving Facility = the DHCP STATION NUMBER field (#2) in File 770
    For HL7 v1.6 interfaces
    Sending Application = the NAME field (#.01) in the HL7 APPLICATION
    PARAMETER file (#771)
    Sending Facility = the FACILITY NAME field (#3) in File 771
    Receiving Application = the NAME field (#.01) in the HL7 APPLICATION
    PARAMETER file (#771)
    Receiving Facility = the FACILITY NAME field (#3) in File 771
    For the Universal Interface, all four of those fields should be entered into this multiple field, exactly as they are entered in the HL7 fields listed above, including upper and lower case characters. No spaces should be
    entered between the field values. An example of a Universal Interface value for this field is listed below.  LAB INTERFACEInstrument ManagerLA AUTO INST695 Where LAB INTERFACE is the NAME in File 770, Instrument Manager is
    the NON-DHCP FACILITY NAME in File 770, LA AUTO INST is the NAME in File 771, and 695 is the DHCP STATION NUMBER in File 770.
    When an HL7 message comes in, these four fields are taken out of the message, concatenated together, and a lookup is done on the "C" cross reference to find this configuration and its associated parameters. The processing
    routine can then continue to process the data.

Found Entries, Total: 16

CONFIGURATION: LA7HDR    CONFIGURATION: LA7POC1    CONFIGURATION: LA7POC2    CONFIGURATION: LA7POC3    CONFIGURATION: LA7POC4    CONFIGURATION: LA7POC5    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI1    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI10    
CONFIGURATION: LA7UI2    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI3    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI4    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI5    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI6    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI7    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI8    CONFIGURATION: LA7UI9    

External References

Name Field # of Occurrence
^DIM 5+1, 6+1
EN^LA7UIO 6(IEN:6), 6(IEN:23), 6(IEN:24), 6(IEN:25), 6(IEN:26), 6(IEN:52), 6(IEN:53), 6(IEN:54), 6(IEN:55), 6(IEN:56)
QUE^LA7VIN 5(IEN:1), 5(IEN:2), 5(IEN:3), 5(IEN:4), 5(IEN:5), 5(IEN:6), 5(IEN:23), 5(IEN:24), 5(IEN:25), 5(IEN:26)
5(IEN:52), 5(IEN:53), 5(IEN:54), 5(IEN:55), 5(IEN:56)

Global Variables Directly Accessed

Name Line Occurrences  (* Changed,  ! Killed)
^LAHM(62.48 - [#62.48] .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K)

Local Variables

Legend:

>> Not killed explicitly
* Changed
! Killed
~ Newed

Name Field # of Occurrence
>> DA .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K)
X .01+1!, .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), 3+1!, 5+1!, 6+1!
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