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Global: ^VA(200

Package: Kernel

Global: ^VA(200


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200 NEW PERSON Kernel

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Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 2707

Package Total Routines
Kernel 238 %ZOSV    %ZTLOAD1    ALERT DATE/TIME    DEFINED FORMATS FOR LM    DELEGATED KEYS    DELEGATED OPTIONS    DMMS UNITS    EFFECTIVE DATE/TIME
MENU TEMPLATE    PERSON CLASS    SECONDARY MENU OPTIONS    SPELLING EXCEPTION DICTIONARY    STATE ISSUING DEA NUMBER    VISITED FROM    XLFNAME2    XLFNAME3
XLFNAME5    XLFNP152    XPDIB    XPDIQ    XQ1    XQ2    XQ3    XQ4
XQ55    XQ6    XQ62    XQ6A    XQ6B    XQ7    XQ71    XQ74
XQ75    XQ83    XQ84    XQ88    XQALDOIT    XQALERT    XQALFWD    XQCHK
XQCHK3    XQHLP    XQKEY    XQLOCK    XQOO1    XQSMD BY OPTION    XQSMD BY USER    XQSMD21
XQT    XQT3    XQT4    XQUSR    XQUTL    XU EPCS ACTIVE USER SORT    XU EPCS DISUSER SORT    XU EPCS DIV SORT
XU EPCS PSDRPH SORT    XU EPCS SET PARMS SORT    XU-CLINICAL ACTIVE TRAINEE    XU-CLINICAL INACTIVE TRAINEE    XU8P344    XU8P360    XU8P373    XU8P377D
XU8P436    XU8P580    XUA4A72    XUA4A73    XUBA    XUEPCSRT    XUESSO4    XUFILE0
XUFILE1    XUFILE3    XUINPCH    XUMVIDTA    XUMVINPU    XUOAAHL7    XUOAAUTL    XUP
XUPS    XUPSCLR    XUPSORG    XUS    XUS1    XUS2    XUS3    XUS5
XUS6    XUSAP    XUSCLEAN    XUSEC ISO ACTIVE USER PRINT    XUSEC ISO ZZD OUT    XUSER1    XUSNPI1    XUSPURGE
^%ZIS(1    XUSER2    XUSERBLK    XUSERP    XUSESIG    XUSG    XUSKAAJ    XUSMGR
XUSNPI    XUSNPIX1    XUSRA    XUSRB2    XUSTAT1    ^DIC(19.1    XUSRB4    XUSRB5
XUSTERM    XUTMONH    XUTMUTL    XVIRPST    ZISPL    ZISPQ    ^DIC(19    %ZISG2
%ZTLOAD6    %ZTMS3    ALLOWABLE NEW MENU PREFIX    LICENSING STATE    NETWORK ADDRESS    PERSONAL DIAGNOSES LIST    RAD/NUC MED LOCATION ACCESS    XPDIST
XQ    XQ11    XQ31    XQ32    XQ33    XQ55SPEC    XQ61    XQ81
XQALDEL    XQOO    XQSET    XQSMD    XQSMDCPY    XQSTCK    XQSUITE    XQTOC
XU EPCS DISUSER2 SORT    XU-CLINICAL TRAINEE INQUIRY    XU8343P    XU8P387    XU8P466    XU8P469    XU8P497    XUA4A7
XUCT01    XUESSO1    XUESSO2    XUESSO3    ^%ZUA(3.07    XUINCON    XUINEND    XUP468
XUP569    XUPSGS    XUPSPRA    XUPSQRY    XUPSUTL1    XUS3A    XUSAP1    XUSEC ISO ARTIFICIAL
XUSER    XUSERINQ    XUSESIG1    XUSNPIE1    XUSNPIE2    XUSNPIE3    XUSNPIED    XUSNPIUT
XVIRPOST    ZISG1    ^DIC(9.2    ACCESSIBLE FILE    ALIAS    CPRS TAB    DEFINED PHRASES FOR LM    DIVISION
KEYS    LM LIMIT WP FIELDS TO EDIT    RAD/NUC MED CLASSIFICATION    UCI    USER CLASS    XLFNP176    XPDIA2    XPDKEY
XQ12    XQ21    XQALERT1    XQALMAKE    XQCS    XQSMD2    XQSMD3    XQSMD31
XQSMD4    XQSMD5    XQSMDFM    XQSRV1    XQSRV3    XQSRV4    XQT5    XU8P135
XU8P324    XU8P327    XU8P410    XU8P432    XU8P480    XU8P497A    XU8P672E    XUCT011
XUCT02    XUFILE    XUFILEPRINT    XUINP313    XUINPCH2    XUINPCH3    XUINPCH4    XUPSPAID
XUS1A    XUS1B    XUS91    XUSBSE1    XUSERNEW    XUSG1    XUSRB    XUSTAX
XUSTERM1    XUTMTP    XUVERIFY    ZISPL1    ZTMONH    ^VA(200    
IFCAP 164 DATE/TIME OF DATA UPLOAD    PRC SEPARATION VIOLATE    PRC159P    PRC168P    PRCE58P0    PRCE58P2    PRCET    PRCFA BTCH HEADER
PRCFA CALM HEADER    PRCFAES1    PRCFAES2    PRCFDES1    PRCFDES2    PRCFDES3    PRCFES1    PRCH AO AUDIT REPORT
PRCH BOC SORT    PRCH CO AO AUDIT    PRCH DEL. REC    PRCH DEL. RECSORT    PRCH INCOMPLETE PO BY PA    PRCH OUTSTANDING REQUEST/PA    PRCH1A1    PRCH1B
PRCH2A    PRCH442A    PRCH4RPT    PRCH7PUC    PRCHAM8    PRCHAMEND    PRCHAMENDPRO    PRCHDPO
PRCHES0    PRCHES1    PRCHES10    PRCHES11    PRCHES12    PRCHES14    PRCHES2    PRCHES3
PRCHES4    PRCHES5    PRCHES6    PRCHES7    PRCHES8    PRCHES9    PRCHFPT1    PRCHITX1
PRCHLO1A    PRCHOUT INCOMPLETE PO    PRCHQ1    PRCHQ10    PRCHQ15    PRCHREC    PRCHURP    PRCHUTL
PRCODJM    PRCOE1    PRCOE3    PRCOER    PRCPCSPX    PRCPENEU    PRCPENLM    PRCPHLQU
PRCPSSQA    PRCPSSQT    PRCPUREP    PRCPXTRM    PRCSD11    PRCSEA    PRCSEA1    PRCSEB0
PRCSEB1    PRCSP122    PRCSP123    PRCSP131    PRCSP1A2    PRCSP21    PRCSP21N    PRCST35
PRCST41    PRCST5    PRCST6    ^PRC(440.5    PRC51110    PRC5129    PRCB0C    PRCBES1
PRCFA BATCH LISTING HEADER    PRCFA REPRINT HEADER    PRCFAC4    PRCFACPS    PRCFACX0    PRCFALCK    PRCFDSC1    PRCFSITE
PRCH CARD INFOSORT    PRCH CREDIT SORT    PRCH IMPAC SORT    PRCH PA STATS DAILY    PRCH0A    PRCHAAC    PRCHAM44    PRCHAMENDPRO EDIT
PRCHDAM    PRCHDAR    PRCHDP1    PRCHDP3    PRCHDR    PRCHE    PRCHFCY    PRCHFPT3
PRCHG    PRCHHI1    PRCHLO1    PRCHLO2A    PRCHLO6    PRCHNPO9    PRCHOUT PA STATS    PRCHPNT1
PRCHPNT2    PRCHQ41B    PRCHQRP3    PRCHQRP4    PRCHQRP5    PRCHQRP6    PRCHRP1    PRCHRP10
PRCHRP2    PRCHRP4    PRCHRP5    PRCHRP6    PRCHRP7    PRCHRP8    PRCHRP9    PRCHT1
PRCHT3    PRCOEC3    PRCOER2    PRCOER3    PRCOER4    PRCPRIB0    PRCPRIB1    PRCPRODA
PRCRIA    PRCSC1    PRCSC2    PRCSC3    PRCSC4    PRCSD122    PRCSECP1    PRCSP11
PRCSP13    PRCSP1B    PRCST11    PRCST2    PRCST21    PRCST4    PRCSUT41    PRCTUTL
PRCUESIG    PRCVRC2    ^PRC(444    ^PRCF(423    
Lab Service 143 LR104    LR105    LR111    LR116    LR119    LR125    LR127    LR153
LR157    LR161    LR163    LR172    LR175    LR215    LR217    LR221
LR239    LR248    LR259    LR263    LR264    LR291    LR308    LR317
LR59    LR72ENVC    LR7OGO    LR7OSAP1    LR7OSAP2    LR7OSBB1    LR7OSBR    LR7OSBR1
LR7OSOS    LR7OSOS1    LR7OU01    LRAPAUL    LRAPAULC    LRAPAUSR    LRAPBK    LRAPBR1
LRAPBR4    LRAPDA    LRAPJNC    LRAPKOE    LRAPLG1    LRAPQOR    LRAPQOR1    LRAPQOR2
LRAPR    LRAPS2    LRAPSEM1    LRAPSEM2    LRAPT2    LRAPTT    LRAPUTL    LRARNPX1
LRARU    LRARU1    LRAUL    LRAUSTA    LRBLDCR    LRBLDEX1    LRBLDPA1    LRBLDPAW
LRBLDRR    LRBLJA    LRBLJED    LRBLJPA    LRBLJPA1    LRBLJPA2    LRBLJRB    LRBLPBR
LRBLPBR1    LRBLPCS    LRBLPCS1    LRBLPD1    LRBLPIT    LRBLPTR    LRBLPUS    LRBLPX
LRBLQPR    LRBLSUM    LRCAPBV    LRCAPES    LRCAPPH3    LRCE    LRCKF69    LRCKFLAA
LRDPA1    LRDRAW    LRHY4X    LRHYBC1    LRHYDEL    LRHYF1    LRHYF4    LRHYLS1
LRHYPL    LRHYT1    LRHYU    LRLISTE    LRLL    LRMISEZA    LRMIUT1    LRMIV1
LRNODRAW    LROE    LROE1    LROR9    LRORD1    LROS    LROW2P    LRRP2
LRSPRPT    LRSPRPTM    LRTOCOST    LRTOT    LRUA    LRUD    LRUER    LRUET
LRUMD    LRUMD2    LRUMDF    LRUMDP    LRUTL    LRWU1    ^LAB(95.11    LRUMDM
LRUMDU    LRUMDU1    LRUPA1    LRUPA2    LRUPAD1    LRUPAD2    LRUPT    LRUW
LRUWG    LRVER2    LRVER4    LRVR2    LRVR4    LRX    LRXREF    
Order Entry Results Reporting 137 ITEMS    OCXOLOG    ORB3REC    ORB3REG    ORB3SPEC    ORB3USER    ORCDPSIV    ORCHANGE
ORCHTAB    ORCHTAB3    ORCMENU    ORCMENU1    ORCMENU2    ORCONVRT    ORCPOST    ORDEBUG
OREOR0    OREVNTX1    ORKUTL    ORLA1    ORLA11    ORLP3C1    ORLP3U1    ORLP3U2
ORLPR0    ORLPURG    ORMBLDVB    ORMFH1    ORMGMRC    ORMLR    ORMPS    ORMRA
OROVRRPT    ORPRS03    ORQOAUIB    ORQOAUIC    ORQPT    ORQPT1    ORQPTQ1    ORQPTQ2
ORQPTQ5    ORQQCN1    ORQQLR    ORQQPL1    ORQQPL2    ORQQPL3    ORQQVS    ORQRY
ORS100A    ORSLTR    ORSNAST1    ORWDBA18    ^OR(100.21    OCXOCMP6    OCXOPOST    ORAM
ORB3U1    ORB3U2    ORBCMA32    ORCACT01    ORCHTAB2    ORCMEDT7    ORCPROB    ORCXPND1
ORCXPND4    ORDEBUG2    ORDV02D    ORLPSR    ORMFH    ORMPS2    ORPR07    ORPRS11
ORQQRA    ORQQVI1    ORSRCHOR    ORWDPS    ORWDX1    ORWDXA    ORWOD    ORWOR
ORWRP3    ORWTPN    ORWTPO    ORWU16    ORX2    ORXTABS3    ORY44    ^ORD(100.22
OCXOCMPV    ORAM1    ORB3C1    ORB3C2    ORB3MGR2    ORBCMA1    ORBCMA5    ORCDLG2
ORCDPS1    ORCFLAG    ORCSIGN    ORLP3USR    ORLPSRA    ORPRS04    ORQ11    ORQ12
ORQ20    ORQ21    ORQOR2    ORQORB    ORQPTQ11    ORS100    ORSNAST2    ORUPREF1
ORWD    ORWDBA1    ORWDLR33    ORWDPS3    ORWDPS32    ORWDRA32    ORWDXM1    ORWNSS
ORWORB    ORWORR    ORWPCE2    ORWPCE3    ORWPT    ORWPT1    ORWTPD1    ORWTPL
ORWTPT    ORWU    ORWU1    ORWU2    ORWUBCMA    ORY130    ORY148    ORY429
ORY62    
Integrated Billing 136 IB CLK PROD    IB20P402    IB20PT83    IB20PT84    IBAMTI1    IBAUTL    IBCECSA1    IBCECSA2
IBCECSA3    IBCECSA6    IBCEMU3    IBCEP2    IBCEP9A    IBCEP9B    IBCICME1    IBCNQ
IBCNSBL1    IBCNSC4    IBCNSUX1    IBCORC3    IBCRHBC3    IBCRHBR3    IBCRHBR6    IBCRHBS3
IBCSC5A    IBECUSO    IBJDI11    IBJDI5    IBJTCA2    IBJTTB1    IBNCPEB    IBNCPEV
IBPUDEL    IBY432PO    ^DGCR(399    IBAECB1    ^IBT(356.1    IBARXEB    IBARXEX    IBCAPP2
IBCBB1    IBCE837    IBCEMSR    IBCEP81    IBCEP82    IBCEP8C    IBCERP2    IBCIADD1
IBCIL0    IBCIUT1    IBCIUT4    IBCIUT5    IBCIUT6    IBCIUT7    IBCSC4B    IBPU1
^IBT(356.94    IB20PRE    IBAUTL6    IBCCCB    IBCECOB4    IBCEM    IBCNSM    IBCOMA1
IBCOPV1    IBTOUR2    ^IBA(355.3    ^IBA(355.32    ^IBA(355.4    IBACUS    IBAERR    IBAERR1
IBAERR2    IBAERR3    IBARXEC    IBARXEI    IBCB2    IBCC    IBCCPT    IBCCR
IBCECOB1    IBCEMCA3    IBCEP5D    IBCFP1    IBCIWK    IBCNBLE    IBCNBLL    IBCNBOE
IBCNBOF    IBCNEQU    IBCNSA0    IBCNSD    IBCNSM2    IBCNSP01    IBCRON    IBCU1
IBJDF81    IBNCPDP2    ^IBA(355.33    ^IBE(361.3    IBCNSUR    IBCNSUX    IBCRCC    IBCRHBA
IBCRHBC1    IBCRHBC2    IBCRHBS6    IBCRHBT    IBCSCH1    IBCSCH2    IBCU74    IBEPAR
IBJDB21    IBJDF8I    IBJDF8R    IBJTBA1    IBJTU2    IBNCPDP5    IBNCPDP6    IBNCPDRA
IBOCPDS    IBOSTUS1    IBPO    IBTOECT    IBTRCD0    IBTRE5    IBTRE6    IBTRED0
IBTRPR01    IBTRVD0    IBTUBO2    IBY582PR    IBYAPRE    IBYBPRE    IBYHPRE    ^IBA(364.1
Controlled Substances 124 PSDACT1    PSDADJ    PSDADJB    PSDADJC    PSDADJD    PSDADJN1    PSDADJR    PSDADJW
PSDCORP1    PSDCORP2    PSDCORP3    PSDCOSD    PSDCOSH    PSDCOSM    PSDCOSN    PSDCOSV
PSDCPO    PSDCRP    PSDCSI    PSDDFP    PSDDSOR1    PSDDSOR2    PSDDWK    PSDDWKE
PSDEA    PSDEM1    PSDEM2    PSDERCP    PSDERD    PSDERP    PSDEST    PSDESTP
PSDEVOR    PSDFIL2    PSDFIL3    PSDFILM    PSDFND    PSDFT    PSDFT1    PSDGSH1
PSDGSH11    PSDGSPU    PSDGSRV    PSDGSRV1    PSDHRPT    PSDLBL2    PSDLBL3    PSDLBLI
PSDNBAL    PSDNBT    PSDNCGS    PSDNDES    PSDNMBA    PSDNMKY    PSDNMPR    PSDNMRP
PSDNMSP    PSDNRGS    PSDNSCG    PSDNSCL    PSDNTF    PSDNTFPC    PSDNTT    PSDNTTPC
PSDNU1    PSDNU2    PSDOPT    PSDOPT0    PSDOPT2    PSDOPTI    PSDOPTN    PSDOPTS
PSDOPTX    PSDOPTY    PSDOPTZ    PSDOR21    PSDORD    PSDORD1    PSDORD2    PSDORL
PSDORM    PSDORN    PSDORN1    PSDORN2    PSDORN3    PSDORNP    PSDORNV    PSDORP
PSDORP1    PSDORV    PSDORV1    PSDPAT1    PSDPAT2    PSDPDR1    PSDPGS1    PSDPND
PSDPSI    PSDPWK1    PSDRDR1    PSDREC    PSDREPD    PSDREPV    PSDREV    PSDREVC
PSDREVD    PSDRF    PSDRF2    PSDRF4    PSDRF5    PSDRFL    PSDRFM    PSDRFR
PSDRFS    PSDRFU    PSDRFV    PSDRFW    PSDRFZ    PSDRPGS1    PSDRPGS2    PSDRSI
PSDRWK    PSDTRV    PSDTRVR1    PSDUSER    
Scheduling 113 SC INACTIVATED    SC PROVIDER FLAGGED    SC PROVIDER FLAGGED BULLE    SCAPMC12    SCAPMC13    SCAPMC14    SCAPMC19    SCAPMC8
SCCVPCE    SCDXFU01    SCDXMSG2    SCMC FTEE AND PANEL SIZE    SCMC PROVIDER INACTIVATED    SCMCCV    SCMCCV5    SCMCHLE
SCMCMHHP    SCMCMHP2    SCMCMU4    SCMCOPT    SCMCPT6    SCMCTMU    SCMCTSK6    SCMCYPC
SCRPBK0    SCRPBK1    SCRPBK4    SCRPO5    SCRPPAT2    SCRPRAC2    SCRPSLT2    SCRPTM2
SCRPW15    SCRPW18    SCRPW21    SCRPW25    SCRPW3    SCRPW301    SCRPW306    SCUTBK3
SD5371PT    SDAMODO2    SDAMODO3    SDAMOLP    SDAMXLD    SDAPI    SDCED    SDCED1
SDCLK    SDCNL    SDCNP2    SDCNSLT    SDCO31    SDDPA    SDEC01    SDEC01A
SDEC01B    SDEC07    SDEC07A    SDEC07B    SDEC08    SDEC16    SDEC17    SDEC18
SDEC25    SDEC27    SDEC28    SDEC31    SDEC32    SDEC34    SDEC40    SDEC44
SDEC45    SDEC46    SDEC47    SDEC49    SDEC52A    SDEC52B    SDEC54    SDEC54A
SDEC57    SDECALVR    SDECAPI    SDECAR    SDECAR2    SDECAR3    SDECFUNC    SDECINI2
SDECLK    SDECPTCX    SDECRMGP    SDECRPT    SDECV    SDECWL    SDECWL2    SDECXML
SDLT    SDMHAD1    SDMHNS1    SDNOS1    SDOEPRV    SDOQMPEN    SDPCE    SDPMUT1
SDPPADD1    SDPPAPP1    SDPPAPP2    SDPPAT1    SDPPDIS1    SDPPMT1    SDUTL3    SDWLIFT1
^SCTM(404.52    
Outpatient Pharmacy 111 PSO INTERVENTIONS    PSOARCCV    PSOBGMG3    PSOCLOLS    PSOCLUTL    PSOCST3    PSOCST4    PSOCST5
PSOCST9    PSOCSTD    PSOCSTM    PSODDPR1    PSODDPRE    PSODGDG2    PSODIR    PSODIR2
PSODIR3    PSOERXA0    PSOFIXDT    PSOFTDR    PSOHCSUM    PSOHLSN    PSOLBL    PSOLBL1
PSOLSET    PSONEW2    PSONVAP2    PSONVAP4    PSONVNEW    PSOORED1    PSOORED2    PSOOREDT
PSOREJU1    PSORLST2    ^PSRX    APSPT16    PSOAMIS0    PSOARX    PSOBORP2    PSOBORP3
PSOBPSU2    PSOCAN4    PSOCLERK    PSOCPDUP    PSOCPTRI    PSODACT    PSODRDU1    PSODRDUP
PSOERX1A    PSOEXBCH    PSOEXRST    PSOHLD    PSOHLEXC    PSOHLSG1    PSOHLSG3    PSOHLSN1
PSOHLSN3    PSOLBLN    PSOLLL1    PSOLLLI    PSOMGCOM    PSOMHV1    PSONEW    PSOORAL1
PSOORAL2    PSOORDER    PSOORFI1    PSOORNE2    PSOORNE3    PSOORNE4    PSOORNE6    PSOORNEW
PSOORRL    PSOORRL3    PSOORRLN    PSOORRLO    PSOORRNW    PSOP2    PSOPOLY    PSOPOST
PSOPRF    PSOPRFSS    PSOPRVW    PSORENW1    PSORENW3    PSORENW4    PSORN52A    PSORXED
PSORXED1    PSORXLAB    PSORXPR1    PSORXRP2    PSORXRPT    PSORXVW    PSORXVW2    PSOSD0
PSOSD3    PSOSDP    PSOSUBCH    PSOSUDP1    PSOSULBL    PSOSUP    PSOSURST    PSOTPCAN
PSOTPPRV    PSOTPRX1    PSOUTIL    PSOVERC    PSOVRPT    PSOXWRN    PSOXZA1    
Surgery 87 SRHLU    SRHLUO3    SRHLVU    SROACC1    SROACC2    SROACC3    SROACC4    SROACC5
SROACC6    SROADOC    SROADOC1    SROANP    SROANR0    SROAOP1    SROAPAS    SROAT0P
SROAT1P    SROAT2P    SROATCM3    SROATM3    SROATMN1    SROATT0    SROATT1    SROATT2
SROCNR1    SROCNR2    SROCOMP    SROCON    SRODIS0    SRODLA1    SRODLA2    SROERR1
SROERR2    SROICU1    SROICU2    SROINQ    SRONOR2    SRONOR3    SRONOR4    SRONOR5
SRONOR7    SRONOR8    SRONRPT1    SRONRPT4    SRONUR1    SRONUR2    SROPAC0    SROPCE0A
SROPLIST    SROPLSTS    SROPRI    SROQADM    SROQIDP0    SROQL    SROQN    SROREQ1
SROREQ2    SROREQ3    SROREQ4    SRORESV    SROSCH    SROSNR1    SROSNR2    SROSPC1
SROSPSS    SROSTAFF    SROSUR    SROSUR1    SROSUR2    SROTRPT0    SROUNV1    SROUNV2
SROUTL    SROWC2    SROXR1    SRSAVL1    SRSCAN1    SRSCHCA    SRSCHD1    SRSCHUN
SRSCOR    SRSCPT1    SRSCPT2    SRSMREQ    SRSREQ    SRSRQST    SRSWREQ    
Inpatient Medications 81 PSGBRJ    PSGEUDP    PSGLOI    PSGMI    PSGMIV    PSGOE0    PSGOE1    PSGOE3
PSGOE31    PSGOE4    PSGOE6    PSGOEEW    PSGOEPO    PSGSET    PSGSETU    PSGVW
PSIVAOR1    PSIVCHK    PSIVCSED    PSIVOD    PSIVOPT2    PSIVORA1    PSIVORC1    PSIVORE2
PSIVORFB    PSIVORFE    PSIVSPDC    PSJ0071    PSJCOMR    PSJEEU0    PSJHL2    PSJHL4A
PSJHLU    PSJLMGUD    PSJOEEW    PSJORRE1    ^PS(53.45    PSGCAP0    PSGFILD0    PSGOE42
PSGOE82    PSGOE92    PSGOER0    PSGOES    PSGPER0    PSGPER2    PSGPLD    PSGSICH1
PSIVAL    PSIVAOR    PSIVDCR1    PSIVLTR1    PSIVOPT1    PSIVORAL    PSIVOREN    PSIVORFA
PSIVPCR    PSIVRNL    PSIVUDL    PSIVWL1    PSJ200    PSJ200A    PSJFTR    PSJHL3
PSJHL4    PSJHL7    PSJHL9    PSJHLERR    PSJORMA2    PSJORMAR    PSJORRE    PSJORRN
PSJORRN1    PSJORRO    PSJORUT2    PSJPAD7U    PSJPDCLU    PSJPDRIP    PSJPDRTP    PSJPXRM1
PSJUTL1    
PAID 72 PRS8TL1    PRS8VW    PRSADP2    PRSAES    PRSALD    PRSALVB    PRSALVE    PRSALVR
PRSALVS    PRSALVX    PRSAOTTW    PRSAPPX    PRSARC    PRSARC04    PRSASAL    PRSASC
PRSASR    PRSASU    PRSATH    PRSATL    PRSAUDP    PRSAUTL    PRSD450    PRSDADD
PRSDERR    PRSDSERV    PRSDSRS    PRSEED0    PRSEED1    PRSEED10    PRSEED14    PRSEED2
PRSEED3    PRSEED5    PRSEED8    PRSEEMP1    PRSEEMP2    PRSEEMP4    PRSEPMD4    PRSEPMD5
PRSERSTR    PRSEUTL    PRSEUTL3    PRSNCTL    PRSNEE    PRSNEETP    PRSNRAS0    PRSNRDN0
PRSNREV0    PRSNRGD0    PRSNRGS0    PRSNRIA    PRSNRMM1    PRSNRND0    PRSNROLD    PRSNROLS
PRSNRSM0    PRSNUT03    PRSPCPPE    PRSPDEM    PRSPDESR    PRSPDM    PRSPEM    PRSPSRC
PRSPUT2    PRSRAU1    PRSREX1    PRSRL21    PRSROT1    PRSRTLPR    PRSRUTL    PRSXP82
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 71 RA EXAM EDIT    RA PERSONNEL    RA PERSONNEL LIST    RA STATUS CHANGE    RA84POS    RABTCH    RABTCH1    RABUL
RACMP    RACMP1    RACTRT    RACTVR    RACTVR4    RADD2    RADD4    RADLQ1
RAESO    RAHLBMS    RAHLO    RAHLO1    RAHLO3    RAHLQ    RAHLQ1    RAHLTCPB
RANMUSE2    RAO7PC2    RAO7UTL    RAORD1    RAORD2    RAORD3    RAORD5    RAORD6
RAORDR    RAORDS    RAPCE2    RAPNL    RAPRINT1    RAPROD    RAPROD1    RAPSET1
RAPURGE    RAREG    RAREG2    RART    RART1    RART3    RARTE    RARTFLDS
RARTR    RARTR0    RARTST2    RARTST2A    RARTVER    RARTVER2    RASTED    RAUTL
^RABTCH(74.2    RARTE5    RARTRPV    RAUTL0    RAUTL2    RAUTL21    RAUTL4    RAUTL6
RAUTL7A    RAUTL8    RAWKL    ^RARPT    RATRAN    RAWFR2    RAWKL1    
Registration 66 DG MISSING SSN SORT    DGDEATH    DGLP3USR    DGMTAUD1    DGMTREQB    DGMTU23    DGPREP5    DGPTFM
DGPTFTR    DGPTFVC    DGPTODI3    DGPTOTRL    DGPTRPO    DGPTTS    DGRRLU3    DGSCHAD3
^DGPT    DG53147P    DGA400    DGA4002    DGA4005    DGISORPT    DGOINPT1    DGPFRPI
DGPMDD    DGPMV10    DGPMV20    DGPREP2    DGPTMSG    DGPTMSG1    DGPTODCM    DGPTODI2
DGPTOLC2    DGPTSUDO    DGPTTS1    DGQPT    DGQPT1    DGQPTQ1    DGQPTQ11    DGQPTQ2
DGQPTQ5    DGRP11    DGRP13    DGRPCB    DGRPCP1    DGRPECE1    DGRPECE2    DGRPLE
DGRRPSD1    DGRRPSD2    DGRRPSD3    DGSEC2    DGSEC3    DGSEC4    DGSTAT    DGUTL
DGVPP    DGWPT    DGWPT1    DGYKPP    DGYXPP    VADPT30    VAFEOHL1    VAFHCPV
VAFHLRO2    VAFHLRO3    
Nursing Service 58 NURA5A    NURA5B    NURA5C    NURA6G    NURA6I1    NURA6I2    NURA6K1    NURA6K2
NURA7A    NURA7C    NURA9D11    NURA9G    NURA9I    NURA9K    NURAAGS0    NURACE0
NURACE7    NURADEG1    NURADEG2    NURADEG3    NURAED1    NURAED3    NURAED4    NURAFSD
NURAMHE    NURAMU3    NURASPT    NURCES2    NURCEVE5    NURCPP1    NURCPP2    NURCPP4
NURCPP7    NURCPP8    NURCPP9    NURCPPS3    NURQRPT1    NURSAED-I-STAFFPR    NURSAGP1    NURSAUTL
NURSCEP    NURSCEP1    NURSEP31    NURSEP3I    NURSEPC0    NURSEPCA    NURSEPD0    NURSEPD2
NURSEPIN    NURSEPML    NURSHIGH    NURSPA    NURSPA1    NURSPA2    NURSUT0    NURSUT4
NURSXECP    OCCUPANCY/TRANSFERRED DATE    
Accounts Receivable 54 PRCA FOLLOW-UP    PRCAAPR1    PRCABIL    PRCABIL2    PRCABIL3    PRCABP1    PRCADR    PRCAEIN
PRCAPCL    PRCARFD    PRCASER1    PRCASIG    PRCASVC6    PRCATO2    PRCATP6    PRCATP7
PRCATR2    PRCATR3    PRCATRF    PRCATW1    PRCAUDT    RCAM COMMENT    RCAMADD    RCBEIB
RCDMBWL1    RCDPAPLM    RCDPDPLU    RCDPEAA2    RCDPEM    RCDPEM0    RCDPESP    RCDPESP4
RCDPESP6    RCDPEUPO    RCDPEWL1    RCDPEWLC    RCDPEX    RCDPEX31    RCDPLPS1    RCDPRPLU
RCDPTAR    RCDPUDEP    RCDPUREC    RCDPURET    RCFN01    RCRCXMS    RCTCSP4    RCTCSPU
RCTOP1    RCTRAN    ^PRCA(430    ^RCY(344    ^RCY(344.1    RCXVDC3    
Medicine 49 MCARAM3    MCARD    MCAROC4    MCAROC41    MCAROE2    MCAROEP1    MCAROG    MCAROGC
MCAROGE    MCAROGI    MCAROGM    MCAROGN    MCAROH1    MCAROHB    MCAROK    MCAROK1
MCAROP    MCAROPA    MCAROPF    MCAROPG    MCAROPS    MCAROPV    MCARORA    MCARORD
MCAROT    MCAROT1    MCESEDT    MCESEDT2    MCESPRT    MCNP2CHK    MCOBC11    MCOBE1
MCOBEP    MCOBGA    MCOBGEN    MCOBGN    MCOBH1    MCOBK    MCOBPE    MCOBPF
MCOBPFT    MCOBT    MCOETT11    MCPARC    MCPFTP1    MCPOS04    MCPSOP    MCWORKLD
^MCAR(691.8    
Prosthetics 43 RMPOLF2    RMPOPED    RMPOVDC    RMPR OPEN TRANS    RMPR TECH PAT    RMPR121B    RMPR29LC    RMPR29M
RMPR31U    RMPR4LOP    RMPR4P21    RMPR4P24    RMPR5N1    RMPR5N4    RMPR5NAE    RMPR5NDL
RMPR5NEE    RMPR5NRE    RMPR5NTU    RMPR9AUT    RMPR9P21    RMPR9PCD    RMPR9VR    RMPRFO2
RMPRFPRT    RMPRHL    RMPRLOP    RMPRP21    RMPRP24    RMPRP55    RMPRPAT1    RMPRPCER
RMPRPRT1    RMPRSE1    RMPRSE2    RMPRSE21    RMPRSEC    RMPRSP1    RMPRSP2    RMPRSP3
RMPRSP6    RMPRSP7    ^RMPR(664    
Drug Accountability 42 PSACON1    PSACON2    PSACONW    PSADJR    PSADRI    PSADRU    PSAHIS1    PSALFA
PSALFS    PSALNA    PSALND    PSALOG1    PSALOG1H    PSALOG2    PSALOG3    PSAMON
PSAMON1    PSANAC    PSANDC    PSAORDP2    PSAOUT    PSAPRE71    PSAPROC8    PSAPSI
PSAPSI2    PSAPV    PSARDCRD    PSARDCRS    PSAREPV    PSAREV    PSAREVC    PSAREVD
PSARIN    PSASIG    PSATRAN    PSAUNI    PSAUNL    PSAUNM    PSAUP4    PSAVIN
PSAVIN1    PSAVIN2    
Mental Health 40 YIHISTF    YS31ENV    YSASBUL    YSASFUR    YSASNAR    YSASRU    YSCLENV    YSCLSRV3
YSCLTST1    YSCLTST3    YSCPAG    YSDX3    YSDX3B    YSDX3R1    YSDX3RU    YSDX3UA
YSENV    YSGAF    YSGAF1    YSGAF2    YSGAFAP1    YSGAFOBX    YSSR    YSUTL
YTAIMS    YTAPI1    YTAPI2    YTAPI8    YTAR    YTAUDIT    YTCLERK    YTDOMR1
YTDP    YTDP1    YTEXT1    YTMMPI2P    YTQAPI7    YTQAPI9    YTQPXRM5    YTQPXRM7
Social Work 39 SOWKAI    SOWKAWB    SOWKAWI    SOWKAWS    SOWKAWU    SOWKBC    SOWKCLIS    SOWKCLIW
SOWKCLSS    SOWKCLSW    SOWKCP    SOWKCS    SOWKDB    SOWKDBE    SOWKDBEN    SOWKDBPA
SOWKDBPN    SOWKDBSR    SOWKDSC    SOWKHINC    SOWKHIRH    SOWKHR1    SOWKLC    SOWKNEW
SOWKOPEN    SOWKOPT    SOWKPAO    SOWKPC    SOWKPLC    SOWKPNTF    SOWKPTC    SOWKQAM4
SOWKQAMR    SOWKQAR2    SOWKQAR4    SOWKQARI    SOWKRF    SOWKRKD    SOWKTC    
Dietetics 37 FH55PST    FHASE    FHASE1A    FHASE2    FHASMR1    FHASN1    FHASN5    FHASN6
FHCTF1    FHCTF3    FHDMP2    FHDMP3    FHDMP4    FHDMP5    FHDPSM    FHMASE
FHMASE1A    FHMMNREP    FHMNREP    FHMTK6    FHOMRBLD    FHOMSA1    FHOMSP1    FHOMSS1
FHOMSS2    FHOMUTL    FHORC1    FHORC2    FHORC3    FHORC4    FHORX1A    FHORX1C
FHORX2    FHORX3    FHPRW    FHWORA    FHZDOC2    
Automated Medical Information Exchange 32 DVBA187P    DVBAB1    DVBAB1A    DVBAB1C    DVBAB2    DVBAB6    DVBAB70    DVBAB84
DVBAB85    DVBABFRM    DVBACRMS    DVBAEDIT    DVBAFINL    DVBAREG1    DVBARL21    DVBAVRX1
DVBCADR    DVBCAMI3    DVBCAMR2    DVBCBUL1    DVBCBULL    DVBCENQ1    DVBCPND1    DVBCPRNT
DVBCROPN    DVBCRPR1    DVBCTRN    DVBCUTIL    DVBCXFR2    DVBCXFRB    DVBCXFRC    DVBCXFRE
Virtual Patient Record 31 VPRD    VPRDGMPL    VPRDGMRC    VPRDGMV    VPRDJ00    VPRDJ01    VPRDJ03    VPRDJ04
VPRDJ04A    VPRDJ05    VPRDJ05V    VPRDJ07    VPRDJ08    VPRDJ08A    VPRDJ09    VPRDLR
VPRDLRA    VPRDLRO    VPRDMC    VPRDOR    VPRDPSI    VPRDPSOR    VPRDPT    VPRDPXIM
VPRDRA    VPRDSDAM    VPRDTIU    VPRDVSIT    VPRP10    VPRP15    VPRPI    
VA FileMan 30 DDGLIB0    DDMAP    DIAC    DIAC1    DIAC1T    DIARCALC    DIARU    DIARX
DIAU    DIAXP    DIB    DICN1    DICOMP0    DICOMPZ    DICRW    DIDC
DIDH1    DIE2    DIFGG    DII    DINVDTM    DINVMSM    DINVONT    DINVVXD
DIOZ    DIT    DIWE    DIX    ^DIAR(1.11    ^DIC    
Engineering 27 EN    ENAEMS    ENAR1    ENARG1    ENARG21    ENCTRED    ENCTUTL    ENEQ3
ENEQP    ENETRAN1    ENEWOD    ENLBL9    ENPOST    ENWARD2    ENWOD1    ENWONEW
ENWOWARD    ENWOWARDXFER    ENWOXFER    ^ENG(6914    ^ENG(6915.2    ^ENG(6915.3    ^ENG(6915.4    ^ENG(6915.5
^ENG(6915.6    ^ENG(6916.3    ENSA2    
Text Integration Utility 27 GMRPNOR1    TIU144    TIUALRT    TIUALRT1    TIUDIRT    TIUFLLM2    TIULA1    TIULC1
TIULRR    TIULS    TIULV    TIUPEVNT    TIUPLST    TIUPNCV1    TIUPNCV5    TIUPREF
TIUPS139    TIUR    TIURPTTL    TIURTITL    TIUSRVF1    TIUSRVP2    TIUSRVT1    TIUSRVT3
TIUSRVT4    ^TIU(8925.7    TIUSTT    
MailMan 26 XMBGRP    XMJMP    XMVVITAE    ^XMB(3.7    ^XMB(3.73    XMA30    XMCTLK    XMDIRSND
XMHIG    XMHIU    XMP    XMP3    XMR    XMTDL1    XMTDT    XMUT1
XMUT1A    XMUT5G    XMUTERM1    XMUTERM2    XMXADDR1    XMXADDR2    XMXADDRG    XMXPARMB
XMXUTIL    ^XMB(3.8    
National Online Information Sharing 26 FSC MENU NOIS    FSCELS    FSCGET    FSCLMPEA    FSCLMPOC    FSCOP    FSCRPCGJ    FSCRPCGM
FSCRPCGN    FSCRPCGP    FSCRPCLL    FSCRPCLS    FSCRPCOC    FSCRPCSF    FSCRPCUD    FSCRPCW3
FSCRPX    FSCRPXU    ^FSC("FORMAT"    ^FSC("LIST"    ^FSCD("NOTIFY"    ^FSCD("STATUS HIST"    ^FSCD("WEB"    ^FSCD("WKLD"
FSCRPCWR    FSCUF    
PCE Patient Care Encounter 23 PXAI    PXAICPT    PXAIPRV    PXAIUPRV    PXAPIUTL    PXBAPI    PXBGPRV    PXBGPRV2
PXBPCPT    PXBPORD    PXBUTL2    PXCASOR    PXCE    PXCEAE    PXICLN17    PXICLN27
PXPXRM    PXQFV    PXQUTL    PXRRECSE    PXRRFDSE    PXRRWLSE    VSITBUL    
Event Capture 21 EC725E    ECBEN    ECBEP    ECDEAL    ECDEAL1    ECDEAL2    ECED    ECMFDSSU
ECPROV1    ECRDSSUA    ECRPCLS    ECRRPT    ECRRPT2    ECRUDSS    ECRUTL    ECUERPC
ECUMRPC    ECUMRPC2    ECUN1    ECV4RPC    ^EC(722    
Imaging 21 MAG REPORT 1    MAG REPORT 3    MAGDQR04    MAGDRPCB    MAGGNTI1    MAGGNTI2    MAGGSIU3    MAGGTAU
MAGGTIA2    MAGGTU9    MAGJORD    MAGJPRF1    MAGJRPT    MAGJUTL1    MAGJUTL3    MAGJUTL4
MAGQBUT2    MAGSDOFF    ^MAG(2005.87    ^MAG(2006.95    MAGVIM07    
Automated Lab Instruments 20 LA23    LA26ENV    LA27    LA33ENV    LA35    LA36    LA37    LA44
LA45    LA7UCFG    LA90A    LAGEN    LAMIAUT0    LAMIAUT1    LAMIVTL0    LAMIVTL1
LAMIVTL6    LAMIVTLD    LAMIVTLG    LAMSD    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 20 HMPCAC    HMPCRPC1    HMPDGMPL    HMPDGMRA    HMPDGMV    HMPDJ02    HMPDJ07    HMPDJ08
HMPDJ08A    HMPDMC    HMPDOR    HMPDRA    HMPDSDAM    HMPDTIU    HMPDVSIT    HMPEF1
HMPROS8    HMPWB5    HMPWBIM1    HMPWBSO    
Asists 18 OOPSCC    OOPSEMP1    OOPSESIG    OOPSGUI1    OOPSGUI4    OOPSGUIS    OOPSMBUL    OOPSPC21
OOPSPC51    OOPSPRT1    OOPSPRT2    OOPSSOF1    OOPSSUP1    OOPSSUP3    OOPSUTL6    OOPSVAL1
OOPSWCE    OOPSWCSE    
Consult Request Tracking 17 GMRC75P    GMRCACMT    GMRCART    GMRCASF    GMRCDPCK    GMRCEDT5    GMRCHL7I    GMRCIUTL
GMRCP50    GMRCPOR    GMRCSLM    GMRCSLM4    GMRCTIUL    GMRCU    GMRCYP70    GMRCYP9
GMRSPRE    
Problem List 16 GMPLBLD3    GMPLDISP    GMPLEDIT    GMPLEDT2    GMPLHIST    GMPLHS    GMPLPREF    GMPLPRF0
GMPLPRF1    GMPLSAVE    GMPLSLRP    GMPLUTL    GMPLUTL1    GMPLUTL2    GMPLX    GMPLX1
Fee Basis 15 FBAA79A    FBAABPG    FBAABT    FBAACH    FBAADCB    FBAADOB    FBAAPRC    FBAARJP
FBAAV01    FBARCHR0    FBBPG7Y    FBCHPRC    FBCHREQ2    FBUCOUT1    FBUCUTL2    
Patient Data Exchange 15 Data Segment    ^VAT(394.82    ^VAT(394.83    ^VAT(394.84    ^VAT(394.87    Remote Facility    VAQADS01    VAQAUT
VAQCON2    VAQCON99    VAQDIS12    VAQEXT03    VAQREQ06    VAQREQ07    VAQUTL3    
Police and Security 15 ES1P46    ESP LOCATE VIOLATION    ESP POLICE EDIT    ESP REGISTRATION    ESP TRAINING    ESP TRAINING3    ESP TRAINING4    ESP VIOLATIONS BY OFFICER
ESP122P1    ESP122P2    ESP122P3    ESPEDIT    ESPOFFE    ESPWR1    TIME    
CMOP 14 PSXARC2    PSXBLD    PSXCSLOG    PSXDODAC    PSXDQUE    PSXDQUEC    PSXHENV    PSXLBLU
PSXPRE    PSXQRY    PSXRENV    PSXSTAT    ^PSX(550.2    PSXSRST    
Emergency Department Integration Software 14 EDPBST    EDPDTL    EDPFAA    EDPFMOVE    EDPFPER    EDPHIST    EDPLOGH    EDPQDB
EDPQLE    EDPQLE1    EDPQLW    EDPQPP    EDPRPT    EDPYPST    
Remote Order Entry System 14 RMPFDB    RMPFDB1    RMPFDS1    RMPFDT10    RMPFDT2    RMPFDT4    RMPFDT5    RMPFDT7
RMPFDT9    RMPFETL    RMPFEV    RMPFEV1    RMPFQP3    RMPFQT    
Patient Representative 13 QACALRT1    QACALRT2    QACI20    QACI2A    QACI2B    QACI2C    QACI2D    QACI5
QACKEY    QACMAIL0    QACMAIL1    QACRPT    QACVEMPX    
Automated Information Collection System 12 IBD LIST ERRORS    IBDEPRE    IBDF18B    IBDFBK1    IBDFBK2    IBDFBK3    IBDFDE10    IBDFDE21
IBDFN16    IBDFN9    IBDFRPC3    IBDFRPC6    
Barcode Medication Administration 12 ALPB8    ALPBGEN1    ALPBGEN2    ALPBINP    PSBMD    PSBMMRB    PSBOMH1    PSBOMT
PSBOPM    PSBPRND    ^PSB(53.78    PSBRPC1    
Incomplete Records Tracking 12 DGJOPRT1    DGJOPRT2    DGJOTP1    DGJOTP2    DGJPDEF1    DGJPDEF2    DGJTEE1    DGJTEE3
DGJTVW    DGJTVW1    DGJTVW2    DGJTVW3    
Record Tracking 12 RTCL    RTDEL    RTNQ2    RTNQ21    RTNQ4    RTP6    RTQ1    RTSM
RTSM7    RTT2    RTUTL    RTUTL6    
Adverse Reaction Tracking 11 GMRA SORT AUTOVERIFIED    GMRADSP3    GMRADSP5    GMRAEF    GMRAFDA    GMRAPEM1    GMRAPFT    GMRAPL
GMRAPTB    GMRAPU    GMRAREP    
Occurrence Screen 11 QAOEDT0    QAOSCKEY    QAOSCNV4    QAOSPAD0    QAOSPAD1    QAOSPCL0    QAOSPCL1    QAOSPHDR
QAOSPMG0    QAOSPNAM    QAOSPPR0    
HINQ 10 DVBHINQ AUDIT/DT    DVBHINQ AUDIT/USER    DVBHIQM    DVBHQDB    DVBHQDL    DVBHQSE    DVBHQUE    DVBHQUS
DVBHQZ4    DVBHT    
Hospital Based Home Care 10 HBHCR15A    HBHCRP1A    HBHCRP22    HBHCRP24    HBHCRP25    HBHCRP3    HBHCRP4    HBHCRP8
HBHCUTL2    ^HBHC(631.4    
National Health Information Network 10 NHINPI    NHINVART    NHINVIMM    NHINVIT    NHINVLRA    NHINVPL    NHINVPSO    NHINVRA
NHINVSIT    NHINVTIU    
EEO Complaint Tracking 9 EEO0210    EEO211    EEOEFIN    EEOEMAN    EEOERCR    EEOEXMT1    EEOIPCON    ^EEO(785.5
EEOUTIL    
Equipment Turn-In Request 9 PRCN109    PRCNCNCL    PRCNINST    PRCNPRNT    PRCNPROJ    PRCNSTAT    PRCNTICN    PRCNX5
^PRCN(413.3    
Integrated Patient Fund 9 PRPFDR1    PRPFDR5    PRPFED    PRPFMR1    PRPFMR3    PRPFPUR1    PRPFSIG    PRPFSIG1
PRPFSITE    
Toolkit 9 XDRMADD    XDRMERG2    XDRMERGA    XDRMERGB    XTINEND    XTLATSET    XTPMKPCF    ZTEDIT2
^DIZ(8980    
Health Summary 8 GMTSADHC    GMTSP55    GMTSPLSZ    GMTSULT    GMTSULT7    GMTSXAW3    GMTSXPD1    GMTSXPS1
E Claims Management Engine 7 BPS15PST    BPS22PST    BPSJPHNM    BPSJUTL    BPSOPR2    BPSREOP1    BPSSCRRJ    
Oncology 7 ONCNPI    ONCODLF    ONCOPA3A    ONCOSCT3    ONCOXA4    ONCOXNC    ONCOXNC1    
Clinical Reminders 6 PXRM    PXRMDIEV    PXRMGECJ    PXRMLPP    PXRMPDEM    PXRMVITL    
Health Level Seven 6 HLCHK    HLEVMST0    HLEVREP    HLEVREP0    HLTPCK1A    HLTPCK2B    
Master Patient Index VistA 6 MPIFDNL    MPIFRTC    MPIFXMLG    MPIFXMLI    MPIFXMLP    ^MPIF(984.9    
Pharmacy Data Management 6 PSS192PO    PSSDEEA    PSSFIL    PSSGMI    PSSHUIDG    PSSLOCK    
Auto Replenishment Ward Stock 5 PSGWPRE1    ^PSI(58.19    PSGWAIO    PSGWDUP1    PSGWODPR    
Capacity Management Tools 5 KMPDSSD1    KMPDTP5    KMPDTP6    KMPDUT2    KMPDUTL1    
Survey Generator 5 QAPCHX    QAPCHX1    QAPFIX    QAPSDEL    QAPXFER    
VBECS 5 VBECA7    VBECLU    VBECLU3    VBECRPCE    VBECRPCM    
DSS Extracts 3 ECXLBB1    ECXMTL    ECXSURG    
General Medical Record - Vitals 3 GMRVER1    GMRVORE1    GMRVPCE1    
Generic Code Sheet 3 GECSPUR1    GECSSITE    GECSULOC    
HealtheVet Desktop 3 XHDAUTH    XHDPTREE    XHDX    
Lexicon Utility 3 DEFAULTS BY USER    LEX2011    LEX2012P    
National Drug File 3 PSNPARM    PSNPFN    PSNPRE    
Pharmacy Benefits Management 3 PSUAA1    PSUDEM4    PSUSUM1    
Authorization Subscription 2 USRLS    USRPROV    
Beneficiary Travel 2 DGBTCD    DGBTCR    
Clinical Information Resource Network 2 RGPOC    RGRSUTL2    
Clinical Procedures 2 MDKRPC1    MDKRPC2    
General Medical Record - IO 2 GMRYSE1    GMRYSE3    
Incident Reporting 2 QANCDNT    QANUTL3    
Income Verification Match 2 IVM20E    IVM29PT    
Network Health Exchange 2 AFJXWCP1    AFJXWCPM    
Real Time Location System 2 VIAA01P1    VIAANPR    
Salt Lake OIFO 2 A5PLIST    A5PREP    
VistA Package Sizing Utility 2 A1VSCP    A1VSLPDC    
VistALink Security 2 XOBSCAV    XOBSRAKJ    
Voluntary Timekeeping 2 ABSVDADD    ABSVSITE    
Care Management 1 ORRCACK    
Clinical Case Registries 1 ^RORDATA(798.8    
Dental 1 DENTA4A    
Enrollment Application System 1 EASECU23    
Foundations 1 XOBUZAP    
Functional Independence 1 RMIMRP    
General Medical Record - Generator 1 GMRGRUT3    
Interim Management Support 1 ECTPEMP    
List Manager 1 VALMPP    
Quasar 1 ACKQCP    
RPC Broker 1 XWBRM    
Run Time Library 1 RGUTUSR    
SAGG Project 1 KMPSUTL1    
Shift Handoff Tool 1 CRHDUD    
Utilization Management Rollup 1 IBQYPRE    
Visual Impairment Service Team 1 ANRVOA    
Womens Health 1 ^WV(790.08    

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 919

Package Total Routines
Integrated Billing 57 IB20P276    IBATLM2A    IBCAPP    IBCAPR    IBCAPR2    IBCECOB    IBCECOB6    IBCECSA
IBCEF73    IBCEF79    IBCEMU1    IBCEP5D    IBCEP81    IBCEP82    IBCEP9B    IBCERP2
IBCICMS    IBCNAU3    IBCNBOE    IBCNCH2    IBCNEBF    IBCNEDE    IBCNEHL1    IBCNEHL3
IBCNEHL7    IBCNEHLI    IBCNERPK    IBCNERTQ    IBCNICB    IBCNRXI1    IBCNRXI2    IBCNVRD1
IBCSCH2    IBCU74    IBFBWL2    IBFBWL4    IBFBWLR    IBJDB21    IBJDF8I    IBJTTA1
IBJTTC    IBOHLSE    IBRFIHLI    IBRFIN    IBRFIWL    IBRFIWLA    IBTRE5    IBTRH6
IBTRH8    IBTRHLI2    IBTRHLO    IBTRHRC    IBTRHRD    IBTRHRS    IBY155PO    IBY416PO
IBY528PO    
Imaging 49 MAG7UFO    MAGBAPI    MAGBAPIP    MAGBRTE3    MAGDCCS    MAGDHOW3    MAGDLB1    MAGDLB12
MAGDQR06    MAGDRPCB    MAGDTR03    MAGDTRDX    MAGGA03Q    MAGGSIU3    MAGGTAU    MAGGTLB
MAGGTSY    MAGGTSY1    MAGGTU3    MAGGTU9    MAGGTUP    MAGGTUX1    MAGIP144    MAGIP155
MAGJPRF1    MAGJUTL3    MAGNAN01    MAGNTLR3    MAGNTRAI    MAGNU003    MAGQBJHR    MAGQBUT1
MAGQBUT2    MAGQE7    MAGQLOG    MAGSANNO    MAGSIXG3    MAGT7SO    MAGTP008    MAGTP009
MAGTP011    MAGTP014    MAGUTL08    MAGVIM08    MAGVRS81    MAGXCVI1    MAGXCVR    MAGXCVX
MAGXIDXU    
Lexicon Utility 47 LEX10DL    LEX10PL    LEX2049P    LEX2052P    LEX2055P    LEX2073    LEX2073P    LEX2081P
LEXA    LEXAR8    LEXDCC    LEXDCX    LEXDD1    LEXDD2    LEXDD4    LEXDDS
LEXDDSP    LEXDFL    LEXDM2    LEXDM4    LEXDMGT    LEXDVO    LEXINF    LEXQC
LEXQC6    LEXQCM    LEXQD    LEXQDRG    LEXQH    LEXQM    LEXRXR    LEXRXXM
LEXSET5    LEXWUD    LEXWUI    LEXWUL    LEXWUM    LEXWUP    LEXWUS    LEXXFI
LEXXFI7    LEXXGI    LEXXGI4    LEXXGP3    LEXXGU    LEXXGU2    LEXXII    
Order Entry Results Reporting 47 ORADDFQT    ORAREN    ORB3MGR2    ORB3REG    ORB3U1    ORB3USER    ORCMEDT7    ORCSAVE1
ORCXPND2    ORDEA    ORDEA01    ORDEA01A    ORDEA01B    ORDEBUG    ORDEBUG1    OREV3
ORGUEM2    ORINQIV    ORKCHK    ORKMGR    ORLP3MGR    ORLP3U1    ORLPURG    ORMBLDSD
ORPRPM    ORQOREP    ORQQPL1    ORQQPX    ORQRY01    ORSRCHOR    ORWCOM    ORWDBA10
ORWDBA16    ORWDBA18    ORWDBA2    ORWDBA8    ORWDCN32    ORWDCSLT    ORWGAPIP    ORWGAPIT
ORWLR2    ORWLR3    ORWU1    ORX8    ORY218    ORY429    ORY44    
Scheduling 47 SCMCFTEE    SCMCGU    SCMCHLP    SCMCMHHP    SCMCMHTC    SCMCMHU1    SCMCNPER    SCMCOPT
SCMCPR1    SCMCTSK    SCMCTSK1    SCMCTSK6    SCMCWS1    SCRPO    SCRPO5    SCRPU1
SCRPW302    SD53430P    SDAMA305    SDAMOCP1    SDAMODO    SDEC01    SDEC01B    SDEC32
SDEC38    SDEC45    SDEC48    SDEC54    SDEC54A    SDEC56    SDECCLN    SDECCON
SDECEP    SDECEPT    SDECHL7    SDECINI2    SDECINIT    SDECLOC    SDECRT1    SDECV
SDPFSS2    SDRPA02    SDRPA08    SDSCNSCP    SDUTL2    SDWLI    SDWLIFT6    
Outpatient Pharmacy 42 PSO160P1    PSO283P1    PSO293P1    PSOADDR    PSOASAP0    PSOCLERK    PSOCLUTL    PSOCSTX
PSODEMSB    PSODIR    PSODISP    PSODISP3    PSODISPS    PSOERX1    PSOERX1A    PSOERXA0
PSOERXC1    PSOERXR1    PSOHLDIS    PSOHLDS1    PSOHLDS3    PSONVAR1    PSONVAVW    PSOORFI2
PSOP    PSOP2    PSOPKIV1    PSOPMPPF    PSOPROD2    PSOPRVW    PSOREJP3    PSORELD1
PSORREF    PSORRPA1    PSORRX1    PSORWRAP    PSORXPR    PSORXVW1    PSOTALK    PSOTALK2
PSOUTLA2    PSOVER    
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 38 RA84POS    RA84PRE    RACMHIS    RADLQ1    RADRPT1    RADRPT1A    RADRPT2A    RAHLEX
RAHLEXF    RAHLO3    RAHLO4    RAHLR    RAHLR1    RAHLR1A    RAHLRPT    RAHLRPT1
RAHLRU1    RALOCK01    RAO7PC4    RAORD1    RAORD61    RAORDP    RAPM    RAPM2
RAPM3    RAPNL    RAPROD2    RAPXRM    RARPTUT    RARTE    RARTR0    RARTR1
RARTRPV    RARTST1    RARTUVR1    RARTUVR3    RARTVER    RASTREQ    
Clinical Reminders 36 PXRMCOPY    PXRMCPLS    PXRMCVRL    PXRMDBL3    PXRMDLR2    PXRMEUT    PXRMEXPD    PXRMEXPU
PXRMEXU1    PXRMGECK    PXRMGECP    PXRMGECQ    PXRMGECS    PXRMGECV    PXRMHIST    PXRMINDC
PXRMINDD    PXRMISE    PXRMISF    PXRMLPAU    PXRMLPP    PXRMMST    PXRMPCMM    PXRMPDRS
PXRMPTD1    PXRMRDI    PXRMRESN    PXRMRPCA    PXRMRPCC    PXRMSXRM    PXRMTIU    PXRMUTIL
PXRMXDT1    PXRMXGPR    PXRMXPR1    PXRMXTD    
Registration 34 DGFFP02    DGFFP04    DGFFPLM1    DGHTENR    DGHTHL7    DGHTRPT    DGMTDD    DGMTP
DGOINPT    DGPFCNR    DGPFCNV    DGPFDD    DGPFHLT    DGPFHLT1    DGPFTR1    DGPFUT3
DGPMDD    DGREG0    DGROHLU    DGRRLU    DGRRLU1    DGRRLU3    DGRUADT1    DGRUGBJ
DGRUGMFU    DGSEC1    DGSEC2    DGSEC4    VAFCA04    VAFCAUD    VAFCMS03    VAFCMSG
VAFCQRY2    VAFHLOBX    
Text Integration Utility 25 GMRPNOR1    TIU189    TIU199    TIUAL1    TIUALFUN    TIUALSET    TIUHL7P2    TIUHL7U1
TIUHSV    TIULC1    TIULP    TIULX    TIUMLIST    TIUPNAPI    TIUPRPN8    TIUPS139
TIUPS209    TIUR3    TIURVBC    TIUSRVA    TIUSRVLO    TIUSRVP2    TIUSRVT2    TIUSRVT4
TIUWRIIS    
Lab Service 24 LR291    LRAPAUL    LRAPKLG    LRAPKLG1    LRAPRES1    LRAPUTL    LRBLPT    LRCAPES
LRCAPES1    LRHYBC1    LRHYF1    LRHYPL    LRHYT1    LRMIEDZ2    LRMINEW    LRMISEZA
LRRD    LRUTIL3    LRVER4    LRVR4    LRVRARU    LRVRPOCU    LRWRKLS1    LRWU1
Health Summary 22 GMTSALG    GMTSDEMP    GMTSLRAE    GMTSLTR    GMTSMHTC    GMTSOBD    GMTSOBE    GMTSOBS
GMTSP65    GMTSPN2    GMTSPSHO    GMTSU2    GMTSUIX    GMTSULT    GMTSULT3    GMTSULT4
GMTSULT5    GMTSULT6    GMTSXAW3    GMTSXPD3    GMTSXPD4    GMTSXPD5    
Barcode Medication Administration 20 ALPB8    ALPBGEN1    ALPBINP    PSBCSUTX    PSBCSUTY    PSBML    PSBOCM    PSBOMH
PSBOMT1    PSBPAR    PSBPXLP    PSBRPC    PSBRPC1    PSBRPC2    PSBRPCMO    PSBSVHL7
PSBUTL    PSBVDLPB    PSBVDLU3    PSBVDLUD    
Clinical Procedures 20 MDAR7M    MDCLIO1    MDDEVCL    MDHL7U3    MDHL7XXX    MDKRPC2    MDKUTL    MDKUTLR
MDPFTP1    MDPFTP3    MDPOST    MDPOST21    MDPS2    MDRPCOG    MDRPCOTH    MDRPCOU
MDRPCOV    MDRPCOW    MDRPCW    MDRPCW1    
Inpatient Medications 20 PSGMMIVC    PSGOE31    PSGOE42    PSGOE82    PSGOE92    PSGOER0    PSGOES    PSGPRVR
PSGSICH    PSIVOPT    PSIVOREN    PSIVRQ1    PSJ200    PSJ200A    PSJBCMA1    PSJOREN
PSJORRE1    PSJPXRM1    PSJR0103    PSJUTL3    
Consult Request Tracking 19 GMRCCD    GMRCEDIT    GMRCEDT1    GMRCEDT4    GMRCGUIC    GMRCGUIU    GMRCHL7P    GMRCIERR
GMRCISEG    GMRCISG1    GMRCNOTF    GMRCP5    GMRCP5B    GMRCP5D    GMRCPSL2    GMRCPSL3
GMRCPSL4    GMRCSLM2    GMRCYP9    
IFCAP 19 PRCFSDR    PRCHDAR    PRCHE    PRCHFCY    PRCHJRP5    PRCHJS03    PRCHJS07    PRCHLO7
PRCHQRP6    PRCHURP    PRCPAODI    PRCPCSPX    PRCPENEU    PRCSUT41    PRCVIBH    PRCVLIC
PRCVRCA    PRCVTAP    PRCVTCA    
Clinical Case Registries 18 ROR    RORHL03    RORHL04    RORHL07    RORHL071    RORHL09    RORHL14    RORHL17
RORHL18    RORHL19    RORHL20    RORLOCK    RORLOG    RORLOG01    RORRP013    RORRP023
RORRP024    RORRP025    
Social Work 18 SOWKAI    SOWKAWB    SOWKAWI    SOWKCLIS    SOWKCLIW    SOWKCP    SOWKCS    SOWKDBPA
SOWKDBSR    SOWKLC    SOWKNEW    SOWKOPEN    SOWKPAO    SOWKPAOQ    SOWKPC    SOWKRF
SOWKRKD    SOWKTC    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 16 HMPCAC    HMPCRPC1    HMPDJ01    HMPDJ03    HMPDJ04    HMPDJ04A    HMPDJ04E    HMPDJ05
HMPDJ05V    HMPDJ09    HMPDJ09M    HMPDLRA    HMPEF    HMPEF1    HMPEQLM    HMPPDL
Dietetics 14 FHASE    FHASE1    FHASN71    FHCTF1    FHCTF3    FHCTF5    FHMASE    FHMASE1
FHMMNREP    FHMNREP    FHORC1    FHORC2    FHORC4    FHWTRN    
Prosthetics 13 RMPOPAT1    RMPR29CA    RMPR29S    RMPR5N4    RMPR5NDL    RMPR9CA    RMPRN63    RMPRN6PL
RMPRN73    RMPRN7PL    RMPRPCE1    RMPRPIU0    RMPRPIYL    
Asists 12 OOPSCC    OOPSEMP1    OOPSGUI0    OOPSGUI1    OOPSGUI4    OOPSGUI6    OOPSGUI7    OOPSGUIC
OOPSGUIT    OOPSMBUL    OOPSSUP3    OOPSWCE    
MailMan 12 XM    XMJMF2    XMJMQ1    XMTDF    XMUT1    XMVGRP    XMVSURR    XMVVITA
XMXADDR1    XMXADDR2    XMXPARM1    XMXUTIL4    
Accounts Receivable 10 PRCAMDA2    RCAM    RCDPAYER    RCDPBTLM    RCDPEAPS    RCDPELA1    RCDPEM7    RCDPLPS2
RCXVDC4    RCY173PO    
Automated Lab Instruments 10 LA7ADL1    LA7PCFG    LA7QRY    LA7QRY1    LA7SMP0    LA7UCFG    LA7UID2    LA7VHL
LA7VHLU9    LA7VIN    
CMOP 10 PSXACT    PSXARC1    PSXDODAC    PSXLKUP    PSXMISC    PSXMSGS    PSXREL    PSXRTR
PSXRTRAN    PSXSITE    
Engineering 10 ENFARA    ENFARA1    ENTIDD    ENTIRA    ENTIRRH    ENTIRRH1    ENTIRRI    ENTIUTL
ENWARD1    ENWONEW2    
Mental Health 10 YSASFM    YSASOL    YSGAF    YTAIMS    YTAR    YTCLERK    YTMMPI2C    YTONLY
YTQAPI15    YTXCHGL    
Shift Handoff Tool 10 CRHD1    CRHD10    CRHD11    CRHD3    CRHD4    CRHD7    CRHD9    CRHDUD
CRHDUT    CRHDUT2    
Adverse Reaction Tracking 9 GMRADSP2    GMRAEAB    GMRAFA    GMRAFX    GMRAGUI    GMRAGUI1    GMRAOR2    GMRAPES0
GMRAROBS    
Controlled Substances 8 PSDDSOR    PSDFT1    PSDNMKY    PSDOPT    PSDRFS    PSDRFU    PSDSUBOX    PSDUSER
Event Capture 8 EC2P100    ECPRVMUT    ECPRVUTL    ECRDSSUA    ECRUDSS    ECUERPC2    ECUMRPC2    ECV3RPC
PAID 8 PRSDERR    PRSEED2    PRSEED6    PRSEPMD4    PRSEUTL2    PRSNUT03    PRSPUT2    PRSXP82
Clinical Information Resource Network 7 RGEX03    RGHOUT    RGMTAUD    RGMTAUDP    RGMTRUN    RGPOC    RGRPC    
E Claims Management Engine 7 BPSOPR3    BPSOSCD    BPSRPT6    BPSSCRU1    BPSSCRV1    BPSUSCR1    BPSVRX2    
Enrollment Application System 7 EAS155P1    EASEC10E    EASEZP6F    EASEZPDU    EASEZPF    EASEZRPF    EASXRPT1    
Fee Basis 7 FBAA79    FBAACLU    FBAADEM1    FBAASDR    FBAASKR    FBMON    FBPCR2    
Master Patient Index VistA 7 MPIFCMOR    MPIFCMRP    MPIFDNL    MPIFEDIT    MPIFQUE3    MPIFREQ    MPIFRESS    
Police and Security 7 ESPCRJO    ESPEDIT    ESPOFF    ESPOFP    ESPORM5    ESPORP5    ESPWR    
VBECS 7 VBEC2P1    VBECDC01    VBECDCU    VBECP10    VBECP27    VBECP3    VBECRPC    
Womens Health 7 WVLABWP    WVPROF2    WVSNOMED    WVUTL1    WVUTL1A    WVUTL6    WVUTL7    
Beneficiary Travel 6 DGBTDLT    DGBTDLT1    DGBTDW    DGBTR123    DGBTSP    DGBTSP1    
DSS Extracts 6 ECXAMTL    ECXLOG    ECXMTL    ECXSCLD    ECXTRAC    ECXUTL5    
Network Health Exchange 6 AFJXALRT    AFJXMABX    AFJXMBOX    AFJXPNHX    AFJXVER    AFJXWCPM    
Problem List 6 GMPLBLD3    GMPLEDT2    GMPLMGR1    GMPLSAVE    GMPLSLRP    GMPLUTL2    
Quasar 6 ACKQASU4    ACKQCLED    ACKQENV    ACKQP17    ACKQPCE2    ACKQUTL6    
Patient Representative 5 QACEMPE    QACI2B    QACKEY    QACVEMPX    QACVKHLD    
Automated Medical Information Exchange 4 DVBA187P    DVBAB84    DVBAVRX1    DVBAVRX2    
General Medical Record - Vitals 4 GMVDCVAL    GMVPAR    GMVRPCU    GMVUTL1    
Authorization Subscription 3 USRLM    USRLM1    USRUMMBR    
EEO Complaint Tracking 3 EEOEFIN    EEOERCR    EEOUTIL    
Emergency Department Integration Software 3 EDPARPT1    EDPHIST    EDPRPT13    
Incomplete Records Tracking 3 DGJOPRT1    DGJOTP1    DGJPDEF1    
My HealtheVet 3 MHVXPAT    MHVXPRV    MHVXUSR    
PCE Patient Care Encounter 3 PXBPPRV    PXBPPRV1    PXCEEXP    
Pharmacy Data Management 3 PSSDSONF    PSSHREQ    PSSPRICE    
DRG Grouper 2 ICDDICA    ICDEXLK6    
Drug Accountability 2 PSALOC1    PSAVER6    
Medicine 2 MCAR7M1    MCRPEC    
Occurrence Screen 2 QAOEDT1    QAOSCKEY    
Oncology 2 ONCACDU2    ONCNPI    
Patient Assessment Documentation 2 NUPABCL1    NUPABCL2    
Pharmacy Benefits Management 2 PSUDEM1    PSUDEM4    
Real Time Location System 2 VIAA01P1    VIAANPR    
Surgery 2 SRCHL7A    SROWL    
VistALink Security 2 XOBSCAV2    XOBSRA    
Visual Impairment Service Team 2 ANRVJ1    ANRVOA    
Care Management 1 ORRCLNP    
Electronic Signature 1 XOBESIG    
Equipment Turn-In Request 1 PRCNTIWH    
Functional Independence 1 RMIMRP    
General Medical Record - IO 1 GMRYFLW2    
HealtheVet Desktop 1 XHDX    
Interim Management Support 1 ECTPEMP    
Mobile Scheduling Applications Suite 1 MBAARPC2    
Patient Data Exchange 1 VAQREQ07    
Remote Order Entry System 1 RMPFDS    
VA Point of Service 1 VPSCSQ1    
Virtual Patient Record 1 VPRD    
VistA Integration Adapter 1 VIABRPC4    
VistA System Monitor 1 KMPVCCFG    
Voluntary Timekeeping 1 ABSVM    

Pointed To By FileMan Files, Total: 695

Package Total FileMan Files
Integrated Billing 49 BILL/CLAIMS(#399)[258111315183237475477479#399.0222(.02)#399.0304(18)#399.0404(.02)#399.046(.02)#399.077(.02)#399.078(.02)]    INTEGRATED BILLING ACTION(#350)[1113]    TRICARE PHARMACY TRANSACTIONS(#351.5)[6.02]    LTC COPAY CLOCK(#351.81)[4.014.03]    CLAIMSMANAGER BILLS(#351.9)[.05.07.09.11.12.14]    BILLING EXEMPTIONS(#354.1)[.07]    BILLING ALERTS(#354.4)[.03]    GROUP INSURANCE PLAN(#355.3)[1.021.041.061.08]    PLAN COVERAGE LIMITATIONS(#355.32)[1.021.04]    INSURANCE VERIFICATION PROCESSOR(#355.33)[.02.06.11]
ANNUAL BENEFITS(#355.4)[1.021.041.06]
INSURANCE CLAIMS YEAR TO DATE(#355.5)[1.021.041.06]
IB BILLING PRACTITIONER ID(#355.9)[.01]    IB NON/OTHER VA BILLING PROVIDER(#355.93)[#355.9301(.04)#355.935(.02)#355.9351(.03)]
EDI TRANSMISSION BATCH(#364.1)[1.021.04]    EDI MESSAGES(#364.2)[1.04]    HEALTH CARE CLAIM RFAI (277)(#368)[200.03200.06#368.0201(.02)]
IB COPAY TRANSACTIONS(#354.71)[.14.16]    PFSS ACCOUNT(#375)[1.071.091.171.523.11]    PFSS CHARGE CACHE(#373)[3.113.126.26.21]    PFSS SITE PARAMETERS(#372)[#372.01(.03)]    IIV AUTO MATCH(#365.11)[.04.06]    IIV RESPONSE REVIEW(#365.2)[#365.21(.02)]    IB SSVI PIN/HL7 PIVOT(#366)[.09]    NCPDP PROCESSOR(#366.01)[#366.013(.04)]    PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGER (PBM)(#366.02)[#366.023(.04)]    PLAN(#366.03)[#366.033(.04)]    IB NCPDP EVENT LOG(#366.14)[#366.141(.06)#366.141(.211)#366.141(.31)]
IB ARCHIVE/PURGE LOG(#350.6)[1.032.033.03]
IB SITE PARAMETERS(#350.9)[1.0851.1651.24]
MEANS TEST BILLING CLOCK(#351)[1113]    IB CONTINUOUS PATIENT(#351.1)[.03.05]    SPECIAL INPATIENT BILLING CASES(#351.2)[2.012.03]    IB DM WORKLOAD PARAMETERS(#351.73)[.01.03#351.731(.04)]
BILLING ALERT DEFINITION(#354.5)[#354.5002(.01)]    IB MESSAGE SCREEN TEXT(#361.3)[.03.05]    IB EDI TRANSMISSION RULE(#364.4)[10.0110.03]    PAYER(#365.12)[#365.121(.04)]    IB-FB INTERFACE TRACKING(#360)[#360.04(.03)]    BILL STATUS MESSAGE(#361)[#361.02(.02)]    EXPLANATION OF BENEFITS(#361.1)[.18100.03#361.1101(.02)#361.121(.02)]    EDI TEST CLAIM STATUS MESSAGE(#361.4)[#361.41(.03)]    CLAIMS TRACKING(#356)[1.021.041.051.062.012.022.03]
HOSPITAL REVIEW(#356.1)[1.021.041.06]
INSURANCE REVIEW(#356.2)[1.021.04]    HCS REVIEW TRANSMISSION(#356.22)[.09.11.24#356.221(.02)#356.2213(.03)#356.22168(.03)]    CLAIMS TRACKING ROI(#356.25)[1.021.04]    CLAIMS TRACKING ROI CONSENT(#356.26)[1.021.04]    INPATIENT PROVIDERS(#356.94)[.03]    
IFCAP 39 ADMIN. ACTIVITY SITE PARAMETER(#411)[46#411.045(.01)#411.05(.01)]
IFCAP CONVERSION DISCREPANCY(#411.3)[2]    FUND CONTROL POINT(#420)[#420.01(23)#420.02(.01)#420.05(.01)]
1358 DAILY RECORD(#424)[.08.14]    1358 AUTHORIZATION DETAIL(#424.1)[.05.1]    VENDOR(#440)[3133]    VENDOR EDIT(#440.3)[3133]    PURCHASE CARD INFORMATION(#440.5)[789#440.512(.01)]    ITEM MASTER(#441)[1518]    PROCUREMENT & ACCOUNTING TRANSACTIONS(#442)[1619565761104113#442.07(6)#442.07(10)#442.09(1)#442.11(6)#442.11(14)#442.11(17)#442.11(19.3)#442.14(2)#442.14(6)#442.714(6)]    ELEC RECEIVING REPORT BATCH(#442.9)[2]    REQUEST WORKSHEET(#443)[26]    AMENDMENTS(#443.6)[1619565761#443.67(6)#443.67(10)#443.6714(6)]    EDI SENDER(#443.75)[5.5]    EDI ERROR CODES(#443.76)[2]    REQUEST FOR QUOTATION(#444)[31020.725#444.021(13)#444.024(13)]    RFQ EDITING PREFERENCE(#444.4)[.01]    COST CENTER(#420.1)[.6]    BUDGET OBJECT CODE(#420.2)[.6]    PRCD SD STANDARD FOR COPYING(#420.9999)[4]    FUND DISTRIBUTION(#421)[12]    MULTIPLE DISTRIBUTION(#421.1)[6]    CALM/LOG TRANSMISSION RECORD(#421.2)[.858]
FISCAL LOCK(#421.4)[2]    INVOICE TRACKING(#421.5)[54.5596066#421.51(2)]    CALM/LOG CODE SHEET(#423)[999999.2]    CALM/LOG BATCH TYPE(#423.9)[#423.9001(.01)]    PURCHASE CARD ORDER RECONCILE(#440.6)[162745]
GENERIC INVENTORY(#445)[19.524#445.026(.01)#445.027(.01)#445.04(.01)#445.13(1)]    INVENTORY TRANSACTION(#445.2)[8.521]    INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION ORDER/ADJ.(#445.3)[4]    CASE CARTS(#445.7)[35]    INSTRUMENT KITS(#445.8)[35]    INVENTORY DISTRIBUTED PATIENT SUPPLIES(#446.1)[130.04]    INVENTORY LOCK MANAGEMENT(#447)[1]    CONTROL POINT ACTIVITY(#410)[2939404244.7536268104]    BARCODE PROGRAM(#446.4)[.1#446.42(.02)]    DYNAMED IFCAP INTERFACE AUDIT(#414.02)[39#414.021(1)]
IFCAP/ECMS TRANSACTION(#414.06)[#414.061(3)]    
Registration 36 AMIS SEGMENT(#391.1)[#391.12(.02)#391.12(.04)]    MEDICAL CENTER DIVISION(#40.8)[26.03]    MAS PARAMETERS(#43)[603720907]
PAF(#45.9)[8284#45.9001(1)]
AMIS 334-341(#42.6)[#42.61(52)]    AMIS 345&346(#42.7)[#42.702(99.1)]    PATIENT DATA EXCEPTION(#391.98)[12]    INPATIENT CPT CODE(#46)[.18]    PATIENT ENROLLMENT(#27.11)[75.02]    ENROLLMENT QUERY LOG(#27.12)[.08]    HOME TELEHEALTH PATIENT(#391.31)[4#391.317(.03)]    INPATIENT POV(#46.1)[1.2]    INCONSISTENT DATA(#38.5)[35]    PTF MESSAGE(#45.5)[2]    MST HISTORY(#29.11)[45]    MEANS TEST CHANGES(#408.41)[.07]    NOSE AND THROAT RADIUM HISTORY(#28.11)[.081.032.03]
PTF ARCHIVE/PURGE HISTORY FILE(#45.62)[.02.05]    PTF CLOSE OUT(#45.84)[35]    PTF TRANSACTION REQUEST LOG(#45.87)[.02]    PRF LOCAL FLAG(#26.11)[#26.112(.01)]    PRF LOCAL FLAG HISTORY(#26.12)[.03]    PRF ASSIGNMENT HISTORY(#26.14)[.04.05]    PRF NATIONAL FLAG(#26.15)[#26.152(.01)]    PATIENT MOVEMENT(#405)[.08.1943100102]    PTF(#45)[779.1#45.02(24)#45.03(.01)#45.06(.02)#45.06(.03)]    SCHEDULED ADMISSION(#41.1)[51114]
PRE-REGISTRATION AUDIT(#41.41)[2]    PRE-REGISTRATION CALL LOG(#41.43)[2]    G&L CORRECTIONS(#43.5)[.07]    DG SECURITY LOG(#38.1)[3#38.11(2)]    FACILITY TREATING SPECIALTY(#45.7)[#45.701(.01)]    PATIENT(#2)[.096.104.1041.122.352.355.3616404.011100.021100.04#2.101(4)#2.101(9)#2.2511(2)#2.2512(2)#2.312(1.02)#2.312(1.04)#2.312(1.06)#2.342(.02)#2.98(14)#2.98(19)]    ADT/HL7 TRANSMISSION(#39.4)[.04]    ADT/HL7 PIVOT(#391.71)[.09]    DISCRETIONARY WORKLOAD(#408)[10]    
Scheduling 32 HOSPITAL LOCATION(#44)[16#44.003(7)#44.003(302)#44.003(304)#44.04(.01)#44.1(.01)]    OUTPATIENT ENCOUNTER(#409.68)[101103]    PATIENT TEAM ASSIGNMENT(#404.42)[.11.13]    PATIENT TEAM POSITION ASSIGNMENT(#404.43)[.06.08.16]
PCMM HL7 TRANSMISSION LOG(#404.471)[.08]    PCMM HL7 EVENT(#404.48)[.05]    SCHEDULING USER PREFERENCE(#403.35)[.01]    POSITION ASSIGNMENT HISTORY(#404.52)[.03.07#404.521(.03)]
PRECEPTOR ASSIGNMENT HISTORY(#404.53)[.07]    TEAM AUTOLINK(#404.56)[.02]    RECALL REMINDERS(#403.5)[7]    RECALL REMINDERS PROVIDERS(#403.54)[.01]    RECALL REMINDERS REMOVED(#403.56)[7202]    SCHEDULING PARAMETER(#404.91)[#404.9101(.03)#404.9101(.04)#404.91709(.04)]
SCHEDULING REPORT QUERY TEMPLATE(#404.95)[.02#404.9503(.01)]    SCHEDULING CONVERSION SPECIFICATION TEMPLATE(#404.98)[#404.9825(.06)]    TRANSMITTED OUTPATIENT ENCOUNTER(#409.73)[.07]    OUTPATIENT PROVIDER(#409.44)[.01]    APPOINTMENT STATUS UPDATE LOG(#409.65)[.04]    ACRP REPORT TEMPLATE(#409.91)[13]    SDEC RESOURCE(#409.831)[.012.016.022.026]    SDEC RESOURCE USER(#409.833)[.02]    SDEC APPOINTMENT(#409.84)[.08.102.121.16]    SDEC PREFERENCES AND SPECIAL NEEDS(#409.845)[#409.8451(3)#409.8451(5)]    SDEC APPT REQUEST(#409.85)[91213.720#409.8544(2)#409.8545(1)]    SDEC CONTACT(#409.86)[#409.863(5)]    SDSC SERVICE CONNECTED CHANGES(#409.48)[.03.08#409.481(.03)]
SCHEDULING VISITS(#409.5)[#409.51(2)]    SD WAIT LIST(#409.3)[91213.7172028#409.344(2)#409.345(1)]    SD WL SERVICE/SPECIALTY(#409.31)[#409.311(2)#409.311(4)]    SD WL CLINIC LOCATION(#409.32)[24]    SDWL TRANSFER REQUEST(#409.35)[4]    
Lab Service 26 LABORATORY TEST(#60)[#60.28(.02)]    TOPOGRAPHY FIELD(#61)[#61.023(3)]    ETIOLOGY FIELD(#61.2)[#61.223(3)]    COLLECTION SAMPLE(#62)[#62.023(3)]    BLOOD BANK VALIDATION(#66.2)[#66.21(.07)#66.22(.01)]    LAB SEARCH/EXTRACT PROTOCOL(#69.4)[#69.45(.01)]    LABORATORY SITE(#69.9)[617]    LAB ARCHIVAL ACTIVITY(#95.11)[57.5814]    ARCHIVED LR DATA(#63.9999)[#63.999904(.04)#63.999904(.1)#63.9999041(1)]
LAB DSS LAR EXTRACT(#64.036)[12#64.369(4)]    LAB DATA(#63)[.10112.113.513.613.814.8102.1#63.01(.04)#63.01(.07)#63.01(.09)#63.01(10.2)#63.01(11.2)#63.017(.04)#63.0171(.03)#63.02(.02)#63.02(.021)#63.02(.07)#63.02(.13)#63.02(.171)#63.025(.02)#63.0272(.02)#63.04(.04)#63.04(.1)#63.041(1)#63.05(.04)#63.05(.07)#63.05(11.55)#63.05(11.56)#63.05(15.5)#63.05(19.5)#63.05(25.5)#63.05(35)#63.07(6)#63.07(12)#63.08(.02)#63.08(.021)#63.08(.07)#63.08(.13)#63.08(.171)#63.084(.08)#63.085(.02)#63.086(.02)#63.087(.02)#63.09(.02)#63.09(.021)#63.09(.07)#63.09(.13)#63.09(.171)#63.095(.02)#63.097(.02)#63.2072(.02)#63.2072(.03)#63.242(.02)#63.3242(.02)#63.3242(.03)#63.5(6)#63.5(12)#63.51(6)#63.51(12)#63.52(6)#63.52(12)#63.53(6)#63.53(12)#63.539(2)#63.8172(.02)#63.8172(.03)#63.84(.02)#63.9072(.02)#63.9072(.03)#63.94(.02)]    BLOOD INVENTORY(#65)[.094.36.610.211.2#65.02(.05)#65.02(.08)#65.03(.03)#65.15(.04)#65.15(.07)#65.31(.02)]
BLOOD DONOR(#65.5)[.09.12#65.54(.011)#65.54(4.8)#65.54(10.2)#65.54(10.5)#65.54(11.2)#65.54(11.5)#65.54(12.2)#65.54(13.2)#65.54(14.2)#65.54(15.2)#65.54(16.2)#65.54(17.2)#65.54(18.2)#65.54(19.2)#65.54(20.2)#65.5991(.02)#65.61(.03)#65.66(.06)#65.66(.07)]    HOWDY SITE FILE(#69.86)[56]    HOWDY SPECIMEN TIMES BY UID(#69.87)[6]    WKLD LOG FILE(#64.03)[122#64.317(4)]
WKLD DATA(#64.1)[#64.1111(9)#64.1111(15)#64.1111(17)#64.1111(23)]    LAB MONTHLY WORKLOADS(#67.9)[#67.911(1)]    ACCESSION(#68)[.1#68.02(6.5)#68.02(6.7)#68.04(3)#68.14(2)]    LOAD/WORK LIST(#68.2)[#68.21(3)]    LAB ORDER ENTRY(#69)[#69.01(1)#69.01(7)#69.01(12)#69.01(21661.73)#69.03(10)]    LAB SECTION PRINT(#69.2)[#69.28(.01)#69.31(.04)]    RESEARCH(#67.1)[.104]    STERILIZER(#67.2)[.104]    ENVIRONMENTAL(#67.3)[.104]    VBECS DATA INTEGRITY/CONVERSION STATISTICS(#6001)[.04]    
Imaging 23 IMAGE(#2005)[830#2005.05(3)#2005.099(.03)112.2113.2]    IMAGING ANNOTATION(#2005.002)[#2005.0021(.01)]    IMAGING STUDY ANNOTATION(#2005.003)[#2005.0031(1)]    IMAGE AUDIT(#2005.1)[830#2005.199(.03)112.2113.2]    NETWORK LOCATION(#2005.2)[#2005.201(.01)]    MAG PATH CASELIST(#2005.42)[1.22.2]    IMAGE LIST FILTERS(#2005.87)[122022]
IMAGING SITE PARAMETERS(#2006.1)[300#2006.1664(.01)]    MAG PATH CONFIG(#2006.13)[#2006.137(.01)]    IMAGING USER PREFERENCE(#2006.18)[1]    TELEREADER READER(#2006.5843)[.01]    TELEREADER READ/UNREAD LIST(#2006.5849)[13]    MAGJ USER DATA(#2006.68)[1]    IMAGING WINDOWS WORKSTATIONS(#2006.81)[1]    IMAGING WINDOWS SESSIONS(#2006.82)[1]    IMAGE ACCESS LOG(#2006.95)[2]    MULTI IMAGE PRINT(#2006.961)[2]    DICOM GATEWAY PARAMETER(#2006.563)[119128]    IMAGE BACKGROUND QUEUE(#2006.03)[1]    IMAGE INSTANCE FILE(#2005.65)[10]    MAG WORK ITEM(#2006.941)[810]    MAGV IMPORT STUDY LOG(#2006.9421)[1]    MAGV IMPORT MEDIA LOG(#2006.9422)[2]    
Kernel 23 PRINT QUEUE JOB(#3.52)[.04]    ERROR TRAP SUMMARY(#3.077)[#3.07701(11)#3.077031(.01)]    TASKS(#14.4)[3]    FAILED ACCESS ATTEMPTS LOG(#3.05)[5]    PROGRAMMER MODE LOG(#3.07)[.01]    OPTION(#19)[3.6]    OPTION SCHEDULING(#19.2)[11]    SERVICE/SECTION(#49)[2416000]
HELP FRAME(#9.2)[6#9.24(.01)]    PACKAGE(#9.4)[#9.49(3)#9.4901(.03)]    ROUTINE(#9.8)[#9.823(3)]    PROTOCOL(#101)[5]    NEW PERSON(#200)[193153.853.96654.1654.3#200.051(1)#200.052(1)#200.19(1)]    SPOOL DOCUMENT(#3.51)[4#3.5131(.01)]    INSTALL(#9.7)[9]    KERNEL SYSTEM PARAMETERS(#8989.3)[321.01321.02#8989.34(.01)]
XUEPCS DATA(#8991.6)[.01.02]    XUEPCS PSDRPH AUDIT(#8991.7)[.01.02]    ALERT(#8992)[.01.02#8992.02(.02)]
ALERT TRACKING(#8992.1)[.05#8992.11(.01)#8992.11(.07)#8992.11(.09)#8992.111(.02)#8992.112(.03)#8992.113(.01)]
SIGN-ON LOG(#3.081)[.01]    AUDIT LOG FOR OPTIONS(#19.081)[1]    PKI Digital Signatures(#8980.2)[.03]    
Accounts Receivable 19 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE(#430)[17323479.21909497111126]    AR TRANSACTION(#433)[42]    AR MEDICARE DEDUCTIBLE ALERTS PART A(#436.1)[#436.12(.02)]    AR EVENT(#341)[.08]    AR SITE PARAMETER(#342)[3.04]    AR USER CUSTOMIZE(#342.3)[#342.31(.01)]    AR DEBTOR(#340)[.01]    AR TRANSMISSION TYPE(#349.1)[#349.11(.01)]    AR BATCH PAYMENT(#344)[.02.07.11#344.01(.12)#344.01(.14)#344.01(3.03)#344.01(3.05)]
AR DEPOSIT(#344.1)[.06.08.1]
EDI THIRD PARTY EFT DETAIL(#344.31)[.17#344.314(.03)]    ELECTRONIC REMITTANCE ADVICE(#344.4)[.164.045.047.0220.02#344.41(4.02)#344.41(6.01)]
EDI LOCKBOX EOB WORKLIST(#344.49)[#344.491(.12)#344.491(2.01)#344.491(2.03)#344.4914(.02)#344.492(.01)#344.493(.04)]    RCDPE AUTO-PAY EXCLUSION(#344.6)[.04]    RCDPE PARAMETER(#344.61)[2223]    RCDPE CARC-RARC AUTO DEC(#344.62)[.04.1]    RCDPE PARAMETER AUDIT(#344.7)[.03]    RCDPE SUSPENSE AUDIT(#344.71)[.02]    RCDPE AUTO-POST AUDIT(#344.72)[.02]    
Clinical Reminders 18 REMINDER TAXONOMY(#811.2)[#811.21(1)]    REMINDER DEFINITION(#811.9)[#811.9001(1)]    REMINDER EXTRACT DEFINITION(#810.2)[#810.24(1)]    REMINDER LIST RULE(#810.4)[#810.42(1)]    REMINDER EXTRACT COUNTING RULE(#810.7)[#810.72(1)]    REMINDER COUNTING GROUP(#810.8)[#810.82(1)]    REMINDER DIALOG(#801.41)[#801.44(1)]    REMINDER DIALOG PATIENT ASSOCIATION(#801.5)[.05]    REMINDER GEC DIALOG ASSOCIATION HISTORY(#801.55)[.05]    REMINDER RESOLUTION STATUS(#801.9)[.05]    REMINDER FUNCTION FINDING FUNCTIONS(#802.4)[#802.42(1)]    REMINDER LOCATION LIST(#810.9)[#810.9002(1)]    REMINDER COMPUTED FINDINGS(#811.4)[#811.42(1)]    REMINDER TERM(#811.5)[#811.53(1)]    REMINDER SPONSOR(#811.6)[#811.63(1)]    REMINDER REPORT TEMPLATE(#810.1)[15#810.14(.01)]    REMINDER PATIENT LIST(#810.5)[.07#810.54(.01)]    REMINDER EXTRACT SUMMARY(#810.3)[.05]    
Medicine 18 ECHO(#691)[3943701150015031512]    CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION(#691.1)[62636465701150015031512]    ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (EKG)(#691.5)[12701150015031512]    HOLTER(#691.6)[46101214701150015031512]    EXERCISE TOLERANCE TEST(#691.7)[5758701150015031512]    ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY (EP)(#691.8)[161719202425701150015031512]    ATRIAL STUDY(#691.9)[24701]    VENTRICULAR STUDY(#692)[21701]    HEMATOLOGY(#694)[5051701150015031512]    PROCEDURE TERM(#694.8)[7.1#694.801(.04)]    GENERATOR IMPLANT(#698)[300301302701]    V LEAD IMPLANT(#698.1)[300301302701]    A LEAD IMPLANT(#698.2)[300301302701]    PACEMAKER SURVEILLANCE(#698.3)[2300301701]    ENDOSCOPY/CONSULT(#699)[6200201701150015031512]
GENERALIZED PROCEDURE/CONSULT(#699.5)[6701150015031512]    PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTS(#700)[103134701150015031512#700.021(.01)]    RHEUMATOLOGY(#701)[314701]    
Mental Health 18 MEDICAL RECORD(#90)[106109#90.01(29)#90.05(2)#90.06(2)#90.07(2)#90.11(2)#90.16(2)#90.17(2)]    PT. TEXT(#99)[#99.02(.01)#99.06(.01)#99.14(.01)#99.17(.01)#99.3(.01)#99.4(.01)]    MH CLINICAL FILE(#615)[#615.01(5)#615.02(2)#615.03(4)]
SECLUSION/RESTRAINT(#615.2)[.054254041435053#615.3(1)#615.3(2)]    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH(#627.8)[.04.05]    MENTAL HEALTH CENSUS(#618)[#618.04(2)]    CRISIS NOTE DISPLAY(#600.7)[#600.71(3)]    MENTAL HEALTH INPT(#618.4)[456#618.418(1)#618.419(2)]    MENTAL HEALTH TEAM(#618.2)[12345678]    MH WAIT LIST(#617)[#617.01(2)]    ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX(#604)[.09.14.52.71.81]    ASI PARAMETERS(#604.8)[#604.81(.01)]    PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT(#601.2)[#601.22(2)#601.22(3)#601.2213(2)#601.2213(3)#601.2213(6)#601.2213(7)]    INCOMPLETE PSYCH TEST PATIENT(#601.4)[#601.41(16)]    MH INSTRUMENT(#601)[37]    MH BATTERY USERS(#601.781)[1]    MH ADMINISTRATIONS(#601.84)[56]    MH CR SCRATCH(#601.94)[8]    
National Online Information Sharing 16 NOIS FORMAT(#7107.6)[.05]    NOIS LIST DEFINITION(#7107.1)[1]    NOIS LOCATION(#7105.1)[5]    NOIS USER DEFAULTS(#7105.2)[.01]    NOIS ALERT(#7100.3)[.01]    NOIS CALL USER(#7100.6)[1]    NOIS CALL(#7100)[2.15.2124]
NOIS MRA(#7101.2)[.01]    NOIS MRE(#7101.1)[.01]    NOIS MRU(#7101.3)[.01]    NOIS NOTIFICATION(#7100.2)[3]    NOIS RESPONSE(#7101.4)[1]    NOIS STATUS HISTORY(#7100.5)[1]    NOIS STU ALERT(#7104.3)[.01]    NOIS WEB(#7100.7)[24]    NOIS WORKLOAD(#7103.5)[1]    
PCE Patient Care Encounter 15 V IMMUNIZATION DELETED(#9000080.11)[120212041206121412171219140488001]    V CPT(#9000010.18)[12021204]    V HEALTH FACTORS(#9000010.23)[12021204]    V IMM CONTRA/REFUSAL EVENTS(#9000010.707)[1204]    V IMMUNIZATION(#9000010.11)[1202120412061214121712191404]
V PATIENT ED(#9000010.16)[12021204]    V POV(#9000010.07)[12021204]    V PROVIDER(#9000010.06)[.01]    VISIT(#9000010)[.23]    V SKIN TEST(#9000010.12)[.0712021204]
V TREATMENT(#9000010.15)[12021204]    V EXAM(#9000010.13)[12021204]    REMINDER ORDER CHECK ITEMS GROUP(#801)[#801.03(1)]    REMINDER ORDER CHECK RULES(#801.1)[#801.13(1)]    PCE CUSTOMIZE REPORT(#812)[.01]    
Prosthetics 15 HOME OXYGEN TRANSACTIONS FILE(#665.72)[#665.723191(102)#665.7232(4)]    RECORD OF PROS APPLIANCE/REPAIR(#660)[8.62735105]    PROS STOCK ITEM RECORD(#661.2)[7]    PROSTHETIC STOCK LOCATION(#661.5)[6]    PROSTHETIC INVENTORY TRANSACTION(#661.6)[9]    PROSTHETICS 1358(#664)[3.28.58.61023]    PROSTHETIC 2529-3(#664.1)[7912.1131415212227#664.129(3)#664.129(5)]
PROSTHETIC WORK ORDER(#664.2)[911]    PROSTHETIC LAB HOURS DATE(#664.3)[#664.33(.01)]    PROSTHETICS PATIENT(#665)[19.7#665.01(7)#665.02(6)#665.193(101)]    PROSTHETIC HOME/LIAISON VISITS(#665.1)[3]    PROS LETTER TRANSACTION FILE(#665.4)[4]    V.O.R. TRANSACTION(#667.3)[13]    PROSTHETIC SUSPENSE(#668)[6813161724]    PROSTHETICS SITE PARAMETERS(#669.9)[#669.9003(.01)]    
Outpatient Pharmacy 14 DUE ANSWER SHEET(#50.0731)[459]
DUE SECTION(#50.0733)[#50.07331(.01)]    RX VERIFY(#52.4)[2]    PENDING OUTPATIENT ORDERS(#52.41)[453437]    ERX EXTERNAL PATIENT(#52.46)[6]    ERX HOLDING QUEUE(#52.49)[1.111.131.82.350.151.1#52.49101(.05)#52.4919(.03)]    RX SUSPENSE(#52.5)[5]    PHARMACY EXTERNAL INTERFACE(#52.51)[4]    CLOZAPINE PRESCRIPTION OVERRIDES(#52.52)[23]    EPHARMACY MEDICATION PROFILE PREFERENCES(#52.85)[#52.8551(.01)]    EPHARMACY SITE PARAMETERS(#52.86)[2#52.865(.03)#52.8651(2)]
PSO AUDIT LOG(#52.87)[514]    DRUG COST(#50.9)[#50.9001(.01)#50.9004(.01)#50.901(.01)]
PRESCRIPTION(#52)[416233838.138.284104109#52.0107(2)#52.032(3)#52.07(8)#52.07(10)#52.07(19)#52.07(24)#52.07(25)#52.07(30)#52.1(4)#52.1(6)#52.1(15)#52.1(19)#52.1(20)#52.1(84)#52.2(.05)#52.2(.07)#52.2(6)#52.2(10)#52.2(11)#52.25(4)#52.25(11)#52.2551(1)#52.3(.03)]    
PAID 14 PRSE STUDENT EDUCATION TRACKING(#452)[.01]    PRSE EDUCATION PROGRAM/CLASS CATEGORY(#452.4)[3]    PRSE EDUCATION REGISTRATION(#452.8)[#452.8894(.01)]    POC DAILY TIME RECORDS(#451)[#451.06(1)#451.09(2)#451.999(1)]
PAID EMPLOYEE(#450)[700755]    T&L UNIT(#455.5)[#455.51(.01)#455.511(.01)#455.512(.01)#455.52(.01)#455.531(.01)]    TIME & ATTENDANCE RECORDS(#458)[2#458.01(2)#458.01(34)#458.01(36)#458.02(5)#458.02(10)#458.02(102)#458.1101(2)#458.1101(5)#458.1101(7)#458.1101(9)#458.1105(2)]    LEAVE REQUESTS(#458.1)[911]    OT/CT REQUESTS(#458.2)[151721]
ENVIRONMENTAL DIFF. REQUESTS(#458.3)[911]    PRIOR PP EXCEPTIONS(#458.5)[6]    OVERTIME WARNINGS(#458.6)[5]    PT PHYSICIAN MEMORANDUM(#458.7)[61923]
RECESS TRACKING(#458.8)[#458.83(1)]    
Fee Basis 13 FEE BASIS FPPS AUDIT(#163.7)[7]    FEE BASIS UNAUTHORIZED CLAIMS(#162.7)[2327#162.701(.02)#162.792(1)#162.793(4)]    VA FORM 10-7078(#162.4)[.013815#162.492(1)]    FEE CH REPORT OF CONTACT(#161.5)[18#161.517(2)]    FEE BASIS BATCH(#161.7)[461423]    FEE BASIS ID CARD AUDIT(#161.83)[#161.831(3)]    FEE BASIS PHARMACY INVOICE(#162.1)[2#162.11(11)#162.11(24)]
FEE NOTIFICATION/REQUEST(#162.2)[7101317#162.292(1)]    FEE BASIS UNAUTHORIZED CLAIMS PENDING INFO(#162.8)[.06.07]    FEE BASIS PATIENT(#161)[#161.01(100)#161.01(104)#161.011(3)#161.02(100)#161.192(1)#161.193(4)]    FEE BASIS PAYMENT(#162)[#162.03(6)#162.03(25)]    FEE BASIS INVOICE(#162.5)[17]    FEE BASIS VENDOR(#161.2)[#161.24(.04)]    
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 13 RAD/NUC MED DIVISION(#79)[#79.03(.01)]    IMAGING LOCATIONS(#79.1)[#79.13(.01)]    IMAGING TYPE(#79.2)[#79.23(3)]    HL7 MESSAGE EXCEPTIONS(#79.3)[.06]    REPORT BATCHES(#74.2)[3]    REPORT DISTRIBUTION QUEUE(#74.3)[#74.33(3)]    REPORT DISTRIBUTION(#74.4)[312]    RAD/NUC MED PATIENT(#70)[.06#70.03(12)#70.03(14)#70.03(15)#70.05(3)#70.07(3)#70.08(3)#70.09(.01)#70.11(.01)#70.12(.01)#70.15(4)#70.16(3)]    NUC MED EXAM DATA(#70.2)[#70.21(3)#70.21(6)#70.21(9)#70.21(10)]    RAD/NUC MED PROCEDURES(#71)[#71.06(3)]    MASTER RADIOLOGY SITE(#71.98)[1]    RAD/NUC MED ORDERS(#75.1)[81415#75.12(3)]    RAD/NUC MED REPORTS(#74)[9111517#74.01(3)#74.01(7)#74.01(9)#74.18(.01)#74.19(.01)]    
Clinical Procedures 12 CP_CONSOLE_ACL(#704.001)[.02]    OBS_FLOWSHEET_SUPP_PAGE(#704.1122)[.12.22]    OBS_ALARM(#704.115)[.12.14]    OBS_SET(#704.116)[.03]    OBS(#704.117)[.06.26]    OBS_AUDIT(#704.119)[.05]    CP_KARDEX_EVENTS(#704.1211)[.05]    CP_KARDEX_AUDIT(#704.1212)[.04]    CP TRANSACTION(#702)[.03]    CP CONVERSION(#703.9)[.03]    HEMODIALYSIS STUDY(#704.202)[.05]    HEMODIALYSIS SETTINGS(#704.209)[.02.03]    
Engineering 12 CATEGORY STOCK NUMBER(#6917)[111315]
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT(#6925)[245248279.1279.3]    EQUIPMENT INV.(#6914)[.590.199]
CMR(#6914.1)[120]    FA DOCUMENT LOG(#6915.2)[1.5302]    FB DOCUMENT LOG(#6915.3)[1.5302]    FC DOCUMENT LOG(#6915.4)[1.5302]    FD DOCUMENT LOG(#6915.5)[1.5302]    FR DOCUMENT LOG(#6915.6)[1.5302]    IT ASSIGNMENT(#6916.3)[1368#6916.31(3)]    Y2K CATEGORY LOG(#6918)[#6918.01(2)]    WORK ORDER #(#6920)[7.5]    
Order Entry Results Reporting 11 OCX MDD VALUES(#863.5)[.03]    ORDER(#100)[.6313356267#100.008(3)#100.008(5)#100.008(7)#100.008(8)#100.008(10)#100.008(13)#100.008(17)#100.008(18)#100.008(22)#100.008(34)#100.008(37)#100.008(39)#100.008(40)#100.008(73)#100.09(.05)]    OE/RR LIST(#100.21)[1.6#100.212(.01)#100.213(.01)]
OE/RR PT SEL COMBO(#100.24)[.01#100.241(.01)]    ORDER CHECK INSTANCES(#100.05)[314]    OE/RR RELEASE EVENTS(#100.5)[#100.512(1)]    OE/RR AUTO-DC RULES(#100.6)[#100.681(1)]    OE/RR EPCS PARAMETERS(#100.7)[#100.71(.01)]    OE/RR PATIENT EVENT(#100.2)[6#100.25(3)]    ORDER DEA ARCHIVE INFO(#101.52)[31]    OE/RR ERRORS(#100.4)[2]    
Text Integration Utility 11 TIU DOCUMENT(#8925)[120212041208120913021306150215081512151316021610]    TIU DOCUMENT DEFINITION(#8925.1)[.051503]    TIU UPLOAD BUFFER(#8925.2)[.02]    TIU UPLOAD LOG(#8925.4)[.02]    TIU AUDIT TRAIL(#8925.5)[.031.022.023.03]    TIU MULTIPLE SIGNATURE(#8925.7)[.03.05]    TIU DOCUMENT PARAMETERS(#8925.95)[#8925.954(.01)]    TIU PERSONAL DOCUMENT TYPE LIST(#8925.98)[.01]    TIU PARAMETERS(#8925.99)[#8925.992(.01)]    TIU PERSONAL PREFERENCES(#8926)[.01.09]    TIU TEMPLATE(#8927)[.06]    
Nursing Service 9 NURQ QI SUMMARY(#217)[1]    NURS AMIS 1106 MANHOURS(#213.4)[10]    NURS AMIS DAILY EXCEPTION REPORT(#213.5)[#213.52(.01)]    NURS CLASSIFICATION(#214.6)[4]    NURS REVIEW CLASSIFICATION(#214.7)[3]    NURS CARE PLAN(#216.8)[#216.82(1)#216.83(1)#216.84(2)]
NURS STAFF(#210)[.01#210.03(1.6)#210.18(1)]
NURS LOCATION(#211.4)[#211.414(.01)#211.415(.01)]    NURS POSITION CONTROL(#211.8)[#211.82(.02)]    
Dietetics 8 DIETITIAN TICKLER FILE(#119)[.01]    DIETETIC CONSULTS(#119.5)[5]    NUTRITION LOCATION(#119.6)[1#119.66(.01)]    NUTRITION EVENTS(#119.8)[8]    FH SITE PARAMETERS(#119.9)[91011121350515253545556575859]
DIETETIC ENCOUNTERS(#115.7)[2101104]
NUTRITION PERSON(#115)[15#115.011(101)#115.012(2)#115.012(4)#115.016(12)#115.016(16)#115.016(21.7)#115.016(24.5)#115.017(4)#115.017(5)#115.017(10)#115.018(9)#115.02(10)#115.02(16)#115.02(18)#115.02(20)#115.03(4)#115.03(6)#115.03(9)#115.04(10)#115.04(12)#115.04(15)#115.05(4)#115.06(3)#115.06(6)#115.07(2)#115.07(41)#115.07(43)#115.08(4)#115.08(6)#115.11(3)#115.1626(4)#115.1626(6)#115.1627(2)#115.1627(30)#115.1627(32)]    USER MENU(#112.6)[.8]    
Dental 7 DENTAL PROVIDER(#220.5)[.01]    DENTAL TREATMENT (AMIS)(#221)[60]    DENTAL FEE BASIS (AMIS)(#222)[60]    DENTAL CLASS I-VI (AMIS)(#223)[60]    DENTAL PERSONNEL (AMIS)(#224)[60]    DENTAL NON CLINICAL TIME(#226)[60]    DENTAL CANNED COMMENTS(#227)[.02]    
E Claims Management Engine 7 BPS PHARMACIES(#9002313.56)[1900.011900.021900.03]
BPS REQUESTS(#9002313.77)[6.026.046.06]
BPS INSURER DATA(#9002313.78)[5.01]    BPS SETUP(#9002313.99)[250060006001]
BPS CLAIMS(#9002313.02)[903907]    BPS TRANSACTION(#9002313.59)[13304307#9002313.59111(.02)]    BPS LOG OF TRANSACTIONS(#9002313.57)[13304307#9002313.57111(.02)]    
Police and Security 7 ESP ACTIVITY REPORT(#910.1)[#910.11(.01)]    ESP EVIDENCE(#910.8)[#910.85(.02)]    ESP OFFENSE REPORT(#912)[.065.035.076.03#912.17(.01)#912.17(.03)]    ESP POLICE TRAINING(#912.5)[.01]    ESP WANTS & WARRANTS(#913)[2.012.02]    ESP VIOLATIONS(#914)[.06]    ESP DAILY JOURNAL(#916)[#916.05(1)#916.31(.01)]    
Toolkit 7 CPRS MONITOR DATA(#177100.13)[2]    KERMIT HOLDING(#8980)[4#8980.01(.01)]    DUPLICATE RECORD(#15)[.01.02.09.11.12#15.02(.03)]    DUPLICATE RESOLUTION(#15.1)[#15.121(.01)]    PATCH MONITOR(#9.9)[13]    PARAMETERS(#8989.5)[.01]    MSM RTHIST SITE(#8987.1)[#8987.16(.01)]    
Automated Medical Information Exchange 6 FORM 7131(#396)[6.84]    CAPRI TEMPLATES(#396.17)[210#396.1714(1)]
AMIE REPORT(#396.2)[5]    2507 REQUEST(#396.3)[314162023.423.6#396.327(2.3)#396.34(7)]    2507 EXAM(#396.4)[51]    FORM 28-8861(#396.9)[11]    
Enrollment Application System 6 INDIVIDUAL ANNUAL INCOME(#408.21)[101103]    ANNUAL MEANS TEST(#408.31)[.06.08.22]
1010EZ HOLDING(#712)[3.14.25.26.27.28.29.2#712.01(1.3)]    EAS MT PARAMETERS(#713)[3]    EAS MT PATIENT STATUS(#713.1)[4]    EAS MT LETTER STATUS(#713.2)[6]    
Inpatient Medications 6 IV STATS(#50.8)[#50.807(.01)]    NON-VERIFIED ORDERS(#53.1)[115161820223151#53.1114(1)#53.1114(2)#53.1119(1)]
PRE-EXCHANGE NEEDS(#53.4)[.01]    PHYSICIANS' ORDERS(#53.44)[.01]    INPATIENT USER PARAMETERS(#53.45)[.01]    UNIT DOSE PICK LIST STATS(#57.6)[#57.62(.01)]    
MailMan 6 MAILMAN SITE PARAMETERS(#4.3)[#4.31(2)]    MAILBOX(#3.7)[.013.2#3.703(.01)]
MESSAGES TO BE NEW AT A LATER DATE(#3.73)[1]    MAIL GROUP(#3.8)[55.1#3.802(.01)#3.81(.01)]    MESSAGE(#3.9)[#3.91(8.01)#3.914(2)]    MAILMAN OUTSTANDING FTP TRANSACTIONS(#4.2995)[2]    
Pharmacy Data Management 6 APSP INTERVENTION(#9009032.4)[.03.04.11]
PHARMACY PATIENT(#55)[5762.02#55.01(.06)#55.01(16)#55.01(135)#55.01(140)#55.0108(3)#55.04(.06)#55.05(12)#55.051(1)#55.06(1)#55.06(16)#55.06(18)#55.06(20)#55.06(22)#55.06(44)#55.06(47)#55.06(57)#55.06(61)#55.0611(.06)#55.0611(.08)#55.1138(1)#55.1138(2)#55.17(1)#55.174(1)#55.6114(1)#55.6114(2)]
PHARMACY SYSTEM(#59.7)[20.363.5370.194#59.782(1)]    VENDOR DISABLE/ENABLE(#59.73)[#59.731(1)]    DRUG(#50)[#50.0214(2)#50.03(1)#50.095(1)]
REMOTE PRESCRIPTION LOG(#52.09)[.06]    
Record Tracking 6 RECORDS(#190)[107]    REQUESTED RECORDS(#190.1)[38]    MISSING RECORDS(#190.2)[389]
RECORD MOVEMENT HISTORY(#190.3)[3710]
PULL LIST(#194.2)[38]    BORROWERS/FILE AREAS(#195.9)[.01]    
Auto Replenishment Ward Stock 5 SPMP EXPORT BATCH(#58.42)[7]    PADE INBOUND TRANSACTIONS(#58.6)[67]    PADE USER(#58.64)[2]    PHARMACY AOU STOCK(#58.1)[#58.28(2)#58.28(4)]    PHARMACY AOU INVENTORY(#58.19)[1]    
Barcode Medication Administration 5 BCMA MISSING DOSE REQUEST(#53.68)[.03.22]    BCMA REPORT REQUEST(#53.69)[.03]    BCMA UNABLE TO SCAN LOG(#53.77)[.01]    BCMA MEDICATION VARIANCE LOG(#53.78)[.03]    BCMA MEDICATION LOG(#53.79)[.05.07.23.29#53.793(.02)#53.799(.02)#53.799(.05)]
CMOP 5 CMOP SYSTEM(#550)[#550.04(1)#550.07(5)#550.09(5)]
CMOP TRANSMISSION(#550.2)[4]    CMOP NATIONAL SITE(#552)[#552.01(4)]    CMOP MASTER DATABASE(#552.4)[#552.41(5)]    CMOP OPERATIONS(#554)[#554.01(4)#554.01(6)#554.02(4)]
Clinical Case Registries 5 ROR REGISTRY PARAMETERS(#798.1)[#798.114(.01)]    ROR REGISTRY RECORD(#798)[2.16.1]    ROR LOG(#798.7)[7]    ROR TASK(#798.8)[.08]    ROR HIV RECORD(#799.4)[9.05]    
Health Level Seven 5 HLO ERROR SCREENS(#779.11)[2]    HL7 MONITOR(#776.1)[#776.1061(.01)]    HL7 MONITOR MASTER JOB(#776.2)[7]    HL7 MONITOR EVENT(#776.4)[.08]    HL7 MONITOR EVENTS PROFILE(#776.5)[.01]    
Patient Data Exchange 5 VAQ - TRANSACTION(#394.61)[#394.6171(.01)]    VAQ - RELEASE GROUP(#394.82)[10]    VAQ - OUTGOING GROUP(#394.83)[.02#394.831(10)]    VAQ - SEGMENT GROUP(#394.84)[.03#394.841(.02)]    VAQ - WORKLOAD(#394.87)[.02]    
Surgery 5 SURGERY(#130)[.12.14.15.16.164.167.168.18.31.32.33.34.522.525.57.691.09945474861636970123124272.1639657659751753#130.01(10)#130.0129(3)#130.013(1)#130.02(2)#130.03(6)#130.06(35)#130.06(39)#130.23(.01)#130.28(.01)#130.31(1)#130.34(2)#130.34(3)#130.36(.01)#130.39(2)#130.41(3)]    SURGERY SITE PARAMETERS(#133)[#133.361(.01)]    SURGERY WAITING LIST(#133.8)[#133.8013(6)]    SURGERY PROCEDURE/DIAGNOSIS CODES(#136)[#136.011(.01)]    OPERATING ROOM(#131.7)[2#131.704(2)]    
VA FileMan 5 DD AUDIT(#.6)[.04]    AUDIT(#1.1)[.04]    ARCHIVAL ACTIVITY(#1.11)[58915]    FILE(#1)[20]    IMPORT TEMPLATE(#.46)[5]    
Asists 4 ASISTS ACCIDENT REPORTING(#2260)[44485353.156677679119169221265309312#2260.095(7)#2260.095(9)]    ASISTS SITE PARAMETER(#2262)[#2262.03(7)]    ASISTS UNION INFORMATION(#2263.7)[2]    ASISTS COMPENSATION CLAIM (CA7)(#2264)[.54783]
Automated Information Collection System 4 ENCOUNTER FORM TRACKING(#357.96)[.16#357.963(.05)]    AICS ERROR AND WARNING LOG(#359.3)[.131.03]    ENCOUNTER FORM(#357)[#357.03(.04)]    SELECTION(#357.3)[4.02]    
Beneficiary Travel 4 BENEFICIARY TRAVEL CLAIM(#392)[124184]
BENEFICIARY TRAVEL CERTIFICATION(#392.2)[5]    BENEFICIARY TRAVEL DASHBOARD AUDIT(#392.51)[1]    BENEFICIARY TRAVEL MANUAL DEDUCTIBLE WAIVER(#392.7)[4698]
Controlled Substances 4 CS WORKSHEET(#58.85)[12141720]    CS DESTRUCTION(#58.86)[34916]    CS CORRECTION LOG(#58.87)[269]
CS ERROR LOG(#58.89)[3]    
Drug Accountability 4 RETURN DRUG(#58.35)[#58.351(7)#58.351(10)#58.3511(16)#58.35111(1)]    DRUG ACCOUNTABILITY STATS(#58.8)[#58.800118(3)#58.800118(4)#58.800118(6)#58.800118(23)]    DRUG ACCOUNTABILITY TRANSACTION(#58.81)[61820232525.529303233495663.66568747880818384]    DRUG ACCOUNTABILITY ORDER(#58.811)[#58.8112(11)#58.8112(12)#58.81125(6)#58.81125(8)#58.811259(4)#58.811259(8)]    
Emergency Department Integration Software 4 ED LOG(#230)[.072.0743.53.63.7]    ED LOG HISTORY(#230.1)[.03.072.0743.53.63.7]    CLINICAL EVENTS(#234)[3]    TRACKING STAFF(#231.7)[.01]    
Equipment Turn-In Request 4 EQUIPMENT REQUEST(#413)[159.13067]    TURN-IN REQUEST(#413.1)[1516]
EQUIPMENT COMMITTEE(#413.2)[.01]    CONCURRING OFFICIALS(#413.3)[.01]    
Health Summary 4 HEALTH SUMMARY TYPE(#142)[.06]    HEALTH SUMMARY OBJECTS(#142.5)[.17]    HEALTH SUMMARY USER PREFERENCES(#142.98)[.01]    HEALTH SUMMARY PARAMETERS(#142.99)[.06]    
Hospital Based Home Care 4 HBHC PATIENT(#631)[8082]    HBHC PROVIDER(#631.4)[1]    HBHC VISIT(#632)[12]    HBHC MEDICAL FOSTER HOME(#633.2)[32#633.213(1)#633.214(1)#633.215(1)#633.216(1)]    
Oncology 4 ONCOLOGY PATIENT(#160)[#160.04(11)]    ONCOLOGY SITE PARAMETERS(#160.1)[#160.18(.01)#160.25(.01)]    ONCOLOGY CONTACT(#165)[100]    ONCOLOGY PRIMARY(#165.5)[64.192199244]    
Patient Assessment Documentation 4 NUPA SAVED NOTES(#1927.09)[.01]    NUPA CARE PLANS(#1927.4)[2#1927.431(2)#1927.461(3)#1927.47(2)#1927.49(3)]    NUPA CARE PLAN TEXT CHANGE LOG(#1927.5)[3]    NUPA DISCHARGE PLANNING GOAL COMMENTS(#1927.6)[3]    
Remote Order Entry System 4 STATION ORDER(#791810)[.05.08.12.032.0710.06#791810.0101(90.01)#791810.0101(90.08)#791810.0101(90.1)#791810.0101(90.12)#791810.0101(90.13)#791810.101102(.05)#791810.201101(.07)]    TRANSMISSION BATCH(#791812)[.05#791812.0101(.02)]    REMOTE ORDER/ENTRY PARAMETER(#791813)[2.03#791813.0101(.01)]    ROES ELIGIBILITY CONFIRMATION(#791814)[.032.03]    
Shift Handoff Tool 4 CRHD HANDOFF PARAMETERS(#183)[.01]    CRHD TEMPORARY DATA(#183.2)[#183.21(1)#183.21(3)]    CRHD HOT TEAM PATIENT LIST(#183.3)[#183.32(.01)]    CRHD TEAM CONTACT LIST(#183.4)[#183.41(.01)]    
Social Work 4 SOCIAL WORK CASE(#650)[2]    SOCIAL WORK SITE PARAMETERS(#650.1)[#650.121(.01)]    RCH(#652)[3]    SWS ASSESSMENT DATA BASE(#655.2)[.03.04.05#655.218(.01)#655.38(1)]    
Voluntary Timekeeping 4 VOLUNTARY TIME CARD(#503335)[2.22.4]    OCCASIONAL VOLUNTEER TIME SHEET(#503336)[1012]    VOLUNTARY SERVICE SITE PARAMETER(#503338)[#503338.08(.01)]    DONATIONS(#503340)[1012]    
Womens Health 4 WV CASE MANAGER(#790.01)[.01]    WV LAB TESTS(#790.08)[.07.18]    WV PROCEDURE(#790.1)[.07.18]    WV AGE RANGE DEFAULT(#790.72)[.01]    
Adverse Reaction Tracking 3 PATIENT ALLERGIES(#120.8)[52124#120.81(2)#120.813(1)#120.814(1)#120.826(1)]
ADVERSE REACTION REPORTING(#120.85)[.51.2#120.8502(2)]
ADVERSE REACTION ASSESSMENT(#120.86)[2]    
Care Management 3 ORDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT(#102.4)[2]    CPRS QUERY DEFINITION(#102.21)[5]    PATIENT TASK(#102.3)[279]
Consult Request Tracking 3 REQUEST/CONSULTATION(#123)[710#123.02(3)#123.02(4)#123.02(7)]    GMRC PROCEDURE(#123.3)[129]    REQUEST SERVICES(#123.5)[5123.08123.5135#123.54(1)#123.55(.01)#123.555(.01)]
EEO Complaint Tracking 3 EEO COMPLAINTS(#785)[14]    EEO INFORMAL COMPLAINTS(#785.5)[14]    EEO SERVER PARAMETERS(#789.5)[3]    
Generic Code Sheet 3 GENERIC CODE SHEET(#2100)[.959.01]    GENERIC CODE SHEET TRANSMISSION RECORD(#2101.3)[.85]    GENERIC CODE SHEET LOCK(#2101.6)[2]    
Income Verification Match 3 IVM BILLING TRANSMISSION(#301.61)[1.021.04]    IVM FINANCIAL QUERY LOG(#301.62)[.04]    IVM ADDRESS CHANGE LOG(#301.7)[25]    
National Drug File 3 MEDICATION ROUTES(#51.2)[#51.27(1)]    PPS-N UPDATE CONTROL(#57.23)[#57.236(2)]    NATIONAL DRUG TRANSLATION(#50.612)[79]    
Uncategorized 3 QUICK ORDER AUDIT(#100.95)[14]    RCDPE COMMENT HISTORY(#344.73)[2]    MH INSTRUMENT EXCHANGE(#601.95)[#601.953(.02)]    
Capacity Management Tools 2 CP CODE EVALUATOR(#8972.1)[.032.02]    CP TIMING(#8973.2)[.05]    
Clinical Information Resource Network 2 CIRN HL7 EXCEPTION LOG(#991.1)[#991.12(8)]    CIRN SITE PARAMETER(#991.8)[505152535455104109114119]    
DSS Extracts 2 DSS EXTRACT LOG(#727)[16]    NURSING EXTRACT(#727.805)[11]    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 2 HMP SUBSCRIPTION(#800000)[#800000.14(.03)#800000.14(.05)#800000.14(.07)#800000.14(.09)#800000.14(.11)#800000.142(.03)]    HMP ROSTER(#800001.2)[.04#800001.21(.02)]    
Event Capture 2 EVENT CAPTURE PROVIDER(#722)[.01]    EVENT CAPTURE PATIENT(#721)[10131517#721.042(.01)]    
HINQ 2 HINQ SUSPENSE(#395.5)[#395.51(.01)]    HINQ AUDIT(#395.7)[15]    
Integrated Patient Fund 2 PATIENT FUNDS(#470)[10.769]    PATIENT FUNDS MASTER TRANSACTION(#470.1)[13]    
Occurrence Screen 2 QA OCCURRENCE SCREEN(#741)[89#741.01(.02)#741.024(.01)]    *QA OCCURRENCE CLINICAL REVIEWER(#741.3)[.01]    
Problem List 2 PROBLEM(#9000011)[1.031.041.05#9000011.1111(.06)]    PROBLEM LIST AUDIT(#125.8)[37]    
Quasar 2 A&SP STAFF(#509850.3)[.07]    AUDIOMETRIC EXAM DATA(#509850.9)[.03.16]    
VA Point of Service 2 VPS MRAR PDO(#853.5)[#853.51(.06)]    VPS CLINICAL SURVEY(#853.8)[#853.81(.02)#853.81(4)#853.81(12)]
VBECS 2 VBECS WORKLOAD CAPTURE(#6002.01)[10]    VBECS DSS EXTRACT(#6002.03)[5]    
Authorization Subscription 1 USR CLASS MEMBERSHIP(#8930.3)[.01]    
Automated Lab Instruments 1 LAB SHIPPING EVENT(#62.85)[.02]    
General Medical Record - Generator 1 GMR TEXT(#124.3)[35.2#124.313(2)]
General Medical Record - IO 1 GMRY PATIENT I/O FILE(#126)[#126.01(6)#126.02(5)#126.03(6)#126.03(9)#126.313(3)#126.316(2)#126.41(4)]
General Medical Record - Vitals 1 GMRV VITAL MEASUREMENT(#120.5)[.063]    
Incident Reporting 1 QA INCIDENT REPORT(#742.4)[.06]    
Incomplete Records Tracking 1 INCOMPLETE RECORDS(#393)[.09.1.12.1410.0210.0410.0610.08]    
Lexicon Utility 1 SUBSET DEFINITIONS(#757.2)[#757.201(.01)]    
Master Patient Index VistA 1 MPIF CMOR REQUEST(#984.9)[.022.01]    
Patient Representative 1 CONSUMER CONTACT(#745.1)[89#745.117(.01)#745.128(.01)]    
Quality Assurance Integration 1 QA AUDIT(#740.5)[#740.51(.02)]    
Survey Generator 1 SURVEY(#748)[.055#748.02(.01)]    
VistALink 1 VISTALINK LISTENER STARTUP LOG(#18.04)[.04]    
Visual Impairment Service Team 1 VIST ROSTER(#2040)[11]    
Wounded Injured and Ill Warriors 1 WII ADMISSIONS DISCHARGES(#987.5)[10]    

Pointer To FileMan Files, Total: 25

Package Total FileMan Files
Kernel 13 TERMINAL TYPE(#3.2)[9.38983.13]    OPTION(#19)[201201.1202.1#200.03(.01)#200.19(.01)]    SECURITY KEY(#19.1)[#200.051(.01)#200.052(.01)]    TITLE(#3.1)[8]    INSTITUTION(#4)[12.4#200.02(.01)]    SERVICE/SECTION(#49)[29]    STATE(#5)[.115.1215#200.541(.01)#200.55(.01)]    PROVIDER CLASS(#7)[53.5]    PERSON CLASS(#8932.1)[#200.05(.01)]    PROGRAM OF STUDY(#8932.2)[12.2]    NAME COMPONENTS(#20)[10.1]    NEW PERSON(#200)[193153.853.96654.1654.3#200.051(1)#200.052(1)#200.19(1)]    USER CLASS(#201)[#200.07(.01)]    
VA FileMan 3 LANGUAGE(#.85)[200.07]    FILE(#1)[#200.032(.01)]    ALTERNATE EDITOR(#1.2)[31.3]    
Order Entry Results Reporting 2 OE/RR LIST(#100.21)[101.02]    OR CPRS TABS(#101.13)[#200.010113(.01)]    
DRG Grouper 1 ICD DIAGNOSIS(#80)[#200.0351(.01)]    
Event Capture 1 DSS UNIT(#724)[#200.72(.01)]    
Health Level Seven 1 HL7 DEGREE(#771.9)[12.1]    
Lexicon Utility 1 EXPRESSIONS(#757.01)[#200.0351(1)]    
PAID 1 PAID EMPLOYEE(#450)[450]    
Problem List 1 PROBLEM SELECTION LIST(#125)[125.1]    
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 1 IMAGING LOCATIONS(#79.1)[#200.074(.01)]    

Fields, Total: 196

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

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K XLFNC K:($L(X,",")'=2) X I $D(X) S XLFNC=X,(X,XLFNC)=$$FORMAT^XLFNAME7(.XLFNC,3,35,,,,,2) K:$L(X)>35!($L(X)<3)!($L(X,",")'=2)!(X'?1.E1","1.E) X,XLFNC K:'$G(XUITNAME) XLFNC
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-35 upper-case characters in length, and be in the format Family(Last),Given(First) Middle Suffix. Enter '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Enter only data that is actually part of the person's name. Do not include extra titles, identification, flags, local information, etc. Enter the person's name in 'LAST,FIRST MIDDLE SUFFIX' format. This value must be
    3-35 characters in length and may contain only uppercase alpha characters, spaces, apostrophes, hyphens and one comma.  All other characters and parenthetical text will be removed.
  • DELETE TEST:  1,0)= I 1 W *7," PERSONS CAN'T BE DELETED!!"
  • LAYGO TEST:  1,0)= D LAYGO^XUA4A7
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^B
    1)= S ^VA(200,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AE^MUMPS
    1)= S X1=$P($G(^VA(200,DA,1)),"^",8) I X1="" S $P(^VA(200,DA,1),"^",7,8)=DT_"^"_DUZ
    2)= Q
    3)= Stuffing Creator and date
    This X-ref stuffs the DATE ENTERED and CREATOR fields on a new entry.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI01^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^BS5^MUMPS
    1)= Q:$P($G(^VA(200,DA,1)),U,9)']""  S ^VA(200,"BS5",$E(X,1)_$E($P(^(1),U,9),6,9),DA)=""
    2)= Q:$P($G(^VA(200,DA,1)),U,9)']""  K ^VA(200,"BS5",$E(X,1)_$E($P(^(1),U,9),6,9),DA)
    3)= Special BS5 lookup X-ref
    This X-ref builds the 'BS5' X-ref on name changes.  The BS5 is the first letter of the last name concatinated with the last four digits of the SSN.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AG^MUMPS
    1)= F X1=0:0 S X1=$O(^VA(200,"AB",X1)) Q:X1'>0  I $D(^VA(200,"AB",X1,DA)),$S($D(^DIC(19.1,X1,0)):$P(^(0),U,3)["l",1:0) S X2=^(0),^VA(200,"AK."_$P(X2,U),X,DA)=""
    2)= S X1="AK." F X2=0:0 S X1=$O(^VA(200,X1)) Q:$E(X1,3)'="."  K ^VA(200,X1,X,DA)
    3)= Updates the AK.key special lookup X-ref.
    Builds the AK.key special lookup X-ref when there is a name change.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASX^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASX",$$EN^XUA4A71(X),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASX",$$EN^XUA4A71(X),DA)
    3)= LAYGO SOUNDEX X-REF
    This builds a soundex X-ref so that a check for simular names can be done at the time of LAYGOing to the file.  It calls XUA4A71 to convert X. The LAYGO test calls XUA4A7.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA K XMB,XMY S XMB(1)=Y(0),XMB="XMNEWUSER" D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.6,"B",XMB)) K Y,XMB
    2)= Q
    3)= New User Bulletin
    CREATE PARAMETER #1)= NAME
    CREATE VALUE)= XMNEWUSER
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    This bulletin is sent whenever a new user is added to the New Person file.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^46.11^.02
    1)= Q
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(0)=X S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1 I X S X=DIV X ^DD(200,.01,1,11,89.2) S Y(101)=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(101),U,2) S D0=I(0,0) S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=X X ^DD(
    200,.01,1,11,2.4)
    2.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,DIV(0),0)):^(0),1:""),DIV=X I $D(^(0)) S $P(^(0),U,2)=DIV,DIH=46.11,DIG=.02 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    89.2)= S I(0,0)=$S($D(D0):D0,1:""),Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S X=X K DIC S DIC="^DGRU(46.11,",DIC(0)="NMFL",X=""""_X_"""" D ^DIC S (D,D0,DIV(0))=+Y
    CREATE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DELETE CONDITION)= S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1
    DELETE VALUE)= OLD NAME
    DIC)= LOOKUP
    FIELD)= NAME:RAI MDS MONITOR:#.02
    Trigger the Name field before it was changed into the RAI MDS MONITOR file whenever the Name field of the New Person file is added or changed.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^46.11^.03
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(0)=X S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1 I X S X=DIV X ^DD(200,.01,1,12,89.2) S Y(101)=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(101),U,3) S D0=I(0,0) S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=200 X ^D
    D(200,.01,1,12,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,DIV(0),0)):^(0),1:""),DIV=X I $D(^(0)) S $P(^(0),U,3)=DIV,DIH=46.11,DIG=.03 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    89.2)= S I(0,0)=$S($D(D0):D0,1:""),Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S X=X K DIC S DIC="^DGRU(46.11,",DIC(0)="NMFL" D ^DIC S (D,D0,DIV(0))=+Y
    CREATE CONDITION)= S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1
    CREATE VALUE)= S X=200
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DIC)= LOOKUP
    FIELD)= NAME:RAI MDS MONITOR:#.03
    Trigger the New Person file number (#200) into the RAI MDS MONITOR file whenever the New Person name field is added or changed.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^46.11^.04
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(0)=X S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1 I X S X=DIV X ^DD(200,.01,1,13,89.2) S Y(101)=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(101),U,4) S D0=I(0,0) S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=DA X ^DD
    (200,.01,1,13,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,DIV(0),0)):^(0),1:""),DIV=X I $D(^(0)) S $P(^(0),U,4)=DIV,DIH=46.11,DIG=.04 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    89.2)= S I(0,0)=$S($D(D0):D0,1:""),Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S X=X K DIC S DIC="^DGRU(46.11,",DIC(0)="NMF" D ^DIC S (D,D0,DIV(0))=+Y
    CREATE CONDITION)= S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1
    CREATE VALUE)= S X=DA
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DIC)= LOOKUP
    FIELD)= NAME:RAI MDS MONITOR:#.04
    Trigger the internal entry number of the entry which was changed or added in the New Person file, into the RAI MDS MONITOR file.
  • FIELD INDEX:  ANAME (#9) MUMPS IR ACTION
    Short Descr:  Update the corresponding entry in the Name Components file.
    Description:  This MUMPS cross-reference keeps the Name field in the New Person file in synch with the corresponding entry in the Name Components file (#20).
    The XUNOTRIG flag controls whether this cross-reference is executed. The form XUEXISTING USER and the XUNEW USER forms both set the XUNOTRIG flag, because the forms themselves contain the logic necessary to keep the two
    files in synch.
    XUITNAME is set by the XUEXISTING USER and XUNEW USER forms and is checked by the input transform on the .01 field. If XUITNAME is set, the input transform returns in the XLFNC array the component parts of the name. This
    MUMPS cross-reference can then get the name components from the XLFNC array to populate the Name Components file.
    Set Logic:  I '$G(XUNOTRIG),X2(1)]"" N XUNOTRIG,XUPVAL S XUNOTRIG=1,XUPVAL=$P($G(^VA(200,DA,3.1)),U) K:'$D(XUITNAME) XLFNC S:$D(XLFNC)<2 XLFNC=X2(1) D UPDCOMP^XLFNAME2(200,DA,.01,.XLFNC,10.1,XUPVAL) K XLFNC,XUITNAME
    Kill Logic:  I '$G(XUNOTRIG),X2(1)="" N XUNOTRIG S XUNOTRIG=1 D DELCOMP^XLFNAME2(200,DA,.01)
    X(1):  NAME  (200,.01)  (Subscr 1)  (forwards)
  • FIELD INDEX:  B (#407) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Short Descr:  Regular "B" index on .01 field with transform, length 35.
    Set Logic:  S ^VA(200,"B",$E(X,1,35),DA)=""
    Kill Logic:  K ^VA(200,"B",$E(X,1,35),DA)
    Whole Kill:  K ^VA(200,"B")
    X(1):  NAME  (200,.01)  (Subscr 1)  (Len 35)  (forwards)
    Transform (Lookup):  N XLFNAME S XLFNAME=X S X=$$FORMAT^XLFNAME7(.XLFNAME,3,35,,0)
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228), AUSER (#650), AXUHUI (#173)
.111 STREET ADDRESS 1 .11;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-50 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the first line of the street address of the permanent
    address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI111^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.112 STREET ADDRESS 2 .11;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-50 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the second line of the street address of the permanent address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI112^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.113 STREET ADDRESS 3 .11;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-50 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the third line of the street address of the permanent address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI113^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.114 CITY .11;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-30 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the city of the permanent address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI114^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.115 STATE .11;5 POINTER TO STATE FILE (#5) STATE(#5)

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the state of the permanent address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI115^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.116 ZIP CODE .11;6 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<5)!'(X?5N!(X?5N1"-"4N)) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer with ZIP CODE or ZIP+4.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the postal ZIP code of the permanent address of the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI116^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
.1211 TEMPORARY ADDRESS 1 .121;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-30 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the first line of a temporary address for the new person.
.1212 TEMPORARY ADDRESS 2 .121;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-30 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the second line of a temporary address for the new person.
.1213 TEMPORARY ADDRESS 3 .121;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-30 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the third line of a temporary address for the new person.
.1214 TEMPORARY CITY .121;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-30 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the city of the temporary location for the new person.
.1215 TEMPORARY STATE .121;5 POINTER TO STATE FILE (#5) STATE(#5)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the state of the temporary location for the new person.
.1216 TEMPORARY ZIP CODE .121;6 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>5!($L(X)<5)!'(X?5N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 5 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the postal ZIP code for the temporary location for the new person.
.1217 START DATE OF TEMP ADDRES .121;7 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the beginning date for use of the temporary address for the new person.
.1218 END DATE OF TEMP ADDRESS .121;8 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the ending date for use of the temporary address for the new person.
.131 PHONE (HOME) .13;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the telephone number for the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI131^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
.132 OFFICE PHONE .13;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 24, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the business/office telephone for the new person.
.133 PHONE #3 .13;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 24, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is an alternate telephone number where the new person might also be reached.
.134 PHONE #4 .13;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 24, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is another alternate telephone number where the new person might also be reached.
.135 COMMERCIAL PHONE .13;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 24, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a commercial phone number used by IFCAP.
.136 FAX NUMBER .13;6 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<7)!'(X?4.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 07, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 4-20 characters in length. Only numeric/punctuation characters will be allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a phone number for a FAX machine for this user.  It needs to be a format that can be understood by a sending MODEM.
.137 VOICE PAGER .13;7 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<3)!'(X?3.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 01, 1995
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-20 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a phone number for an ANALOG PAGER that this person carries with them.  It needs to be a format that can be understood by a sending MODEM.
.138 DIGITAL PAGER .13;8 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<3)!'(X?3.20NP) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 01, 1995
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-20 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a phone number for a DIGITAL PAGER that this person carries with them.  It needs to be a format that can be understood by a sending MODEM.
.141 ROOM .14;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 26, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2-30 characters in length. Where does one go to see you.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the room number assigned to the new person.
.151 EMAIL ADDRESS .15;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<7)!'(X?1.E1"@"1.E) X I $D(X) K:X[","!(X[" ") X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 19, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter valid internet address in xxx@domain format, 7-50 characters in length, no commas or spaces.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains the e-mail address to which an outside person or vendor can send correspondence.
    (i.e. firstname.lastname@domain.ext or
    lastname.firstname@domain.ext or
    lastname.firstname_i+@domain.ext as in
    smith.robert_b+@domain.ext for Robert B. Smith on Forum).
    (* Note: period replaces comma in lastname.firstname syntax, underscore replaces space, and plus sign replaces period following middle initial for VISTA MailMan addresses.)
    This address may appear on documents going to vendors.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
1 INITIAL 0;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:X[""""!(X'?.ANP)!(X<0) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>5!($L(X)<2)!'(X'?.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 16, 1995
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2-5 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    These are the initials of the user, which may be entered for naming users.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^C
    1)= S ^VA(200,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)
2 ACCESS CODE 0;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) Q
  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S Y=""
    9.2 = S XMB="XUS ACCESS CODE VIOLATION",XMY(%)=1 D ^XMB K X,XMB
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 09, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is a unique code to identify a user to the system. This code is hashed so that it can't be looked up to find out the code. The access code will appear as a string of numbers, but must be entered as a separate entry.
    Users who have no access code will not receive mail.  *** This field should never be edited directly - do not remove WRITE ACCESS!
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^A^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"A",X,DA)=+$H
    2)= K ^VA(200,"A",X,DA)
    3)= ACCESS CODE lookup
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AOLD^MUMPS
    1)= Q
    2)= S ^VA(200,"AOLD",X,DA)=+$H
    3)= OLD ACCESS CODES
    This is a list of used ACCESS CODES that may not be used again untill the OLD ACCESS CODE PURGE option is run.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^202.04
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,1.1)):^(1.1),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),1.1)),DIV=X S $P(^(1.1),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=202.04 D ^DICR
    2)= Q
    3)= DO NOT DELETE
    CREATE VALUE)= TODAY
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    FIELD)= #202.04
    This cross reference triggers the "Entry Last Edit Date" field with todays date.  The Entry Last Edit Date field is used to track when changes are made so that we don't disable the account right after it is edited.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AUSER (#650)
2.1 Want to edit ACCESS CODE (Y/N) .1;10 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  D ACCED^XUS2
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter 'Y' if you wish to edit at this time, 'N' otherwise.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Entering a YES to this field calls the KERNEL routine for entering ACCESS codes. No data is stored for this field.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
2.2 DATE ACCESS CODE LAST CHANGED COMPUTED DATE

  • MUMPS CODE:  S X=$P(^VA(200,D0,0),U,3) I X]"",$D(^VA(200,"A",X,D0)),^(D0) S %H=+^(D0) D YMD^%DTC
  • ALGORITHM:  S X=$P(^VA(200,D0,0),U,3) I X]"",$D(^VA(200,"A",X,D0)) S %H=+^(D0) D YMD^%DTC
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the date the ACCESS CODE was last changed. It is used to see that codes are changed on a regular basis.
3 FILE MANAGER ACCESS CODE 0;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!(X["@")!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>15!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 1-15 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the string that is put in DUZ(0) for use by fileman to check file and field access.
  • AUDIT:  EDITED OR DELETED
    SOURCE OF DATA:   LOGON PROGRAM
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
4 SEX 1;2 SET
  • 'M' FOR MALE;
  • 'F' FOR FEMALE;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the gender for the new person.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI4^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
5 DOB 1;3 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the date of birth of the new person.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI5^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228), AXUHUI (#173)
7 DISUSER 0;7 SET
  • '0' FOR NO;
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 15, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter YES to disable this user from login-on to the system.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field, if set to YES (1), marks a user that is not allowed to log on to this system. It will leave all Menus, Keys and other attributes exabled for the user. An example would be an external support person that you
    only want to be able to log on to your system when you are monitoring them.  Setting this field would prevent them from loging on to the system untill you cleared the field.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^202.04
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,1.1)):^(1.1),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),1.1)),DIV=X S $P(^(1.1),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=202.04 D ^DICR
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,1.1)):^(1.1),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),1.1)),DIV=X S $P(^(1.1),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=202.04 D ^DICR
    3)= Keep users from repeat lockout.
    CREATE VALUE)= TODAY
    DELETE VALUE)= TODAY
    FIELD)= #202.04
    This cross reference sets the todays date into field 202.04 to keep the XUAUTODEACTIVATE from setting the DISUSER flag after being cleared if the user doesn't sign-on that day.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA X "N DIIND F DIIND=1.001:.001 Q:$D(^DD(200,7,1,2,DIIND))[0  X ^(DIIND)" K XMY S XMB="DISUSER USER" D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.6,"B",XMB)) K Y,XMB
    1.001)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1) S XMB(1)=X
    2)= Q
    CREATE PARAMETER #1)= NAME
    CREATE VALUE)= DISUSER USER
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AUSER (#650)
7.2 VERIFY CODE never expires 0;8 SET
  • '0' FOR No;
  • '1' FOR Yes;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 30, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field will control if the users VERIFY code will expire at the interval set by the Kernel System Parameter LIFETIME OF VERIFY CODE. This field should only be used for access to the VistA system from other systems
    making connection with the RPCBroker and have very controlled access.  Only persons with the XUMGR key are allowed to set this flag.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I Y&$D(^XUSEC(""XUMGR"",DUZ))"
  • EXPLANATION:  Only persons with the proper key can set this field.
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the TERMINATION DATE field of the NEW PERSON File
8 TITLE 0;9 POINTER TO TITLE FILE (#3.1) TITLE(#3.1)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 18, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the title for the new person.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
9 SSN 1;9 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>9!($L(X)<9)!'(X?9N) X I $D(X) S Y=$O(^VA(200,"SSN",X,0)) I Y>0,$D(^VA(200,Y,0)) S DDH=2,DDH(1,"T")="",DDH(2,"T")=" Already used by "_$P(^(0),"^",1) K X Q
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 9 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the social security number of the new person.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^BS55^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"BS5",$E(^VA(200,DA,0),1)_$E(X,6,9),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"BS5",$E(^VA(200,DA,0),1)_$E(X,6,9),DA)
    This is the 'BS5' X-ref on the SSN field.  See the 'BS5' X-ref on the name field.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^SSN
    1)= S ^VA(200,"SSN",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"SSN",$E(X,1,30),DA)
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI9^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^BS^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"BS",$E(X,6,9),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"BS",$E(X,6,9),DA)
    This is a X-ref of the last 4 of the SSN.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AJ^MUMPS
    1)= S %=X,X="PRSD450" X ^%ZOSF("TEST") K X I $T S X=% D SET450^PRSD450
    2)= S %=X,X="PRSD450" X ^%ZOSF("TEST") K X I $T S X=% D KILL450^PRSD450
    This cross-reference will set or kill the NEW PERSON pointer in the PAID EMPLOYEE file and the PAID EMPLOYEE pointer in the NEW PERSON file whenever the SSN value is changed or deleted.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228), AXUHUI (#173)
9.2 TERMINATION DATE 0;11 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 28, 2004
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the date after which the computer will no longer recognize this user's ACCESS CODE. Once this date has passed, when the USER TERMINATE job runs it will clean out this users data based on flags in the NEW PERSON
    file.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^7.2
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,8),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X="" S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),0)),DIV=X S $P(^(0),U,8)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=7.2 D ^DICR
    2)= Q
    3)= Don't Delete
    CREATE VALUE)= @
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    FIELD)= VERIFY CODE never expires
    This triger will delete the "VERIFY CODE never expires" field when a termination date is entered.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^202.04
    1)= Q
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,1.1)):^(1.1),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),1.1)),DIV=X S $P(^(1.1),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=202.04 D ^DICR
    3)= Don't Delete
    CREATE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DELETE VALUE)= TODAY
    FIELD)= #202.04
    This cross reference triggers the "Entry Last Edit Date" field with todays date.  The Entry Last Edit Date field is used to track when changes are made so that we don't disable the account right after it is edited.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA X "N DIIND F DIIND=1.001:.001 Q:$D(^DD(200,9.2,1,3,DIIND))[0  X ^(DIIND)" K XMY S XMB="TERMINATED USER" D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.6,"B",XMB)) K Y,XMB
    1.001)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1) S XMB(1)=X
    1.002)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,11) S Y=X X ^DD("DD") S X=Y S XMB(2)=X
    2)= Q
    CREATE PARAMETER #1)= NAME
    CREATE PARAMETER #2)= TERMINATION DATE
    CREATE VALUE)= TERMINATED USER
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AXUHUI (#173)
9.21 DELETE ALL MAIL ACCESS 0;5 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 09, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  When a user is terminated you have the option of deleting all of their mail messages. This is recommended.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This gives you the ability to purge all of a user's mail related information. This includes Mail messages, Mail Boxes, Mail Groups, Surrogate privlages when that user is terminated.  This is recomended.
9.22 DELETE KEYS AT TERMINATION 0;6 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • HELP-PROMPT:  When a user is terminated you have the option of deleting all of their security keys. This is recommended.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This gives you the ability to delete all of a user's security keys, and delagated keys when the user is terminated.  This is recomended.
9.3 TERMINAL TYPE LAST USED 1.2;1 POINTER TO TERMINAL TYPE FILE (#3.2) TERMINAL TYPE(#3.2)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,2)" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
    9.1 =             S X=$S($D(^XMB(3.7,D0,.2)):^(.2),1:-1),X=$S($D(^%ZIS(2,+X,0)):$P(^(0),U,1),1:"")
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 22, 1991
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a pointer to the last terminal type the user selected at sign-on or in edit user char.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This field is set in TT^XUS3 then the user selects a Terminal type at sign-on.  It is used as the default terminal type for the user if not asked.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,2)"
  • EXPLANATION:  Check the SELECTABLE at signon flag
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
9.4 Termination Reason 0;13 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>45!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 31, 2001
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2-45 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a short description of why the user has been terminated or has DISUSER flag set.
9.5 USER CLASS USC3;0 POINTER Multiple #200.07 200.07

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 04, 2004
10 ALIAS 3;0 Multiple #200.04 200.04

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Other names used by this new person.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  #
10.1 NAME COMPONENTS 3.1;1 POINTER TO NAME COMPONENTS FILE (#20)
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
NAME COMPONENTS(#20)

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 29, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Answer with the entry in the NAME COMPONENTS file that contains the components of the person's name.
    UNEDITABLE
10.6 DEGREE 3.1;6 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1)!($$PATM^XUSESIG3(X))!($$COMP^XUSESIG3(X)) X I $G(X)'="" N I,Z S Z=X F I=1:1:$L(Z," ") I '$D(^DIC(20.11,"C",$P(Z," ",I))) K X
    MAXIMUM LENGTH:   10
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 20, 2018
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be valid code/s from the EDUCATION (#20.11) file. The field can contain multiple degree codes delimited by single blank spaces up to the 10 character length. No leading or trailing spaces.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field holds any academic or professional degree that have been earned by the user. This would be things like BS, BA, MD, and PHD. The field can contain multiple degrees delimited by a single blank space up to the 10
    character field length. This would be like PHD MD or BA CNA etc. No leading or trailing spaces.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • FIELD INDEX:  ADEG (#8) MUMPS IR ACTION
    Short Descr:  Update the DEGREE field in the Name Components file.
    Description:  This cross-reference keeps the DEGREE field in the New Person file in synch with the DEGREE field in the Name Components file.
    Set Logic:  I '$G(XUNODEGT),X2(1)]"" N XUNODEGT,XUPVAL,DIERR,XUFDA,XUMSG S XUPVAL=$P($G(^VA(200,DA,3.1)),U) I XUPVAL S XUNODEGT=1,XUFDA(20,XUPVAL_",",6)=X D FILE^DIE("","XUFDA","XUMSG")
    Kill Logic:  I '$G(XUNODEGT),X2(1)="" N XUNODEGT,XUPVAL,DIERR,XUFDA,XUMSG S XUPVAL=$P($G(^VA(200,DA,3.1)),U) I XUPVAL S XUNODEGT=1,XUFDA(20,XUPVAL_",",6)="@" D FILE^DIE("","XUFDA","XUMSG")
    X(1):  DEGREE  (200,10.6)  (Subscr 1)  (forwards)
11 VERIFY CODE .1;2 FREE TEXT

  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S Y=""
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 11, 2006
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the code that is used to verify that the ACCESS CODE was not found by accident. It may be entered at logon time immediately after the ACCESS CODE by typing a semicolon, then the VERIFY CODE.
    Verify codes may be changed by the user with the CHANGE USER CHARACTERISTICS option.  The kernel site parameter field LIFETIME OF VERIFY CODE forces the user to periodically enter a new verify code.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^11.2
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,.1)):^(.1),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=$S(D0=DUZ:$H,1:"60000,1") S DIH=$G(^VA(200,DIV(0),.1)),DIV=X S $P(^(.1),U,1)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=11.2 D ^D
    ICR
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),.1)):^(.1),1:""),DIV=X S %=$P(DIH,U,2,999),DIU=$P(DIH,U,1),^(.1)=DIV_$S(%]"":U_%,1:""),DIH=200,DIG=11.2 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    3)= Triggers the DATE VERIFY CODE LAST CHANGED field.
    CREATE VALUE)= $S(D0=DUZ:$H,1:"60000,1")
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    FIELD)= DATE VERIFY CODE LAST CHANGED
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^VOLD^MUMPS
    1)= Q
    2)= S ^VA(200,DA,"VOLD",X)=+$H
    This builds a list of old VERIFY CODEs that this user has had in the past.  It is cleaned  out with the same option the purges the old access code X-ref.
11.1 Want to edit VERIFY CODE (Y/N) .1;11 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  D VERED^XUS2
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter 'Y' if you wish to edit at this time, 'N' otherwise.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Entering a YES to this field calls the KERNEL routine for entering VERIFY codes. No data is stored for this field.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
11.2 DATE VERIFY CODE LAST CHANGED .1;1 FREE TEXT

  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S %H=+Y D YMD^%DTC S Y=X X ^DD("DD")
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is triggered by a change in the VERIFY CODE.  It is used to determine when the USER must be notified to change their code.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
    UNEDITABLE
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the VERIFY CODE field of the NEW PERSON File
11.6 ALLOW ARA ACCESS .1;6 SET
  • '0' FOR NO;
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 06, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Do you want to allow this USER to have ARA access?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is for a control that is under development.
11.7 ARA VALUE .1;7 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<20) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 06, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 20-50 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This value is used to identify the user in non interactive connections.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ARA
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ARA",X,DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ARA",X,DA)
    3)= This is used by GUI to start new processes.
    This X-ref is used to do a lookup and find a user for network and new process jobs.
12.1 CURRENT DEGREE LEVEL 12;1 POINTER TO HL7 DEGREE FILE (#771.9) HL7 DEGREE(#771.9)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^(51,""B"",""OAA""))" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=$G(DIE),X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 16, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the current degree level upon entry into the current training program/residency at this VA medical facility.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the current degree level upon entry into the current training program/residency at this VA medical facility.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^(51,""B"",""OAA""))"
  • EXPLANATION:  You will only be able to select degrees used by the Office of Academic Affiliations.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.2 PROGRAM OF STUDY 12;2 POINTER TO PROGRAM OF STUDY FILE (#8932.2) PROGRAM OF STUDY(#8932.2)

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 16, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter a discipline that best describes the current program of study.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the discipline that best describes the trainee's current program of study at this VA medical facility.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.3 LAST TRAINING MONTH & YEAR 12;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EM" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X K:((($E(Y)*100)+1700)+$E(Y,2,3))<2000 X I $D(X) S X=$S($E(Y,4,4)=0:$E(Y,5,5),1:$E(Y,4,5))_"/"_((($E(Y)*100)+1700)+$E(Y,2,3)) K:+$E(X)=0 X
  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  I Y'="" N DIERR D DT^DILF("",Y,.Y,"","DIERR") S Y=$$FMTE^XLFDT(Y,"D")
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 15, 2007
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer with MONTH & YEAR. YEAR can NOT be less than 2000.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the MONTH and LAST year the trainee anticipates being in a training program at this VA medical facility.
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  N %DT S %DT="M" D HELP^%DTC
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.4 VHA TRAINING FACILITY 12;4 POINTER TO INSTITUTION FILE (#4) INSTITUTION(#4)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $$SCRN4^XUOAAUTL(Y)" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 08, 2005
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $$SCRN4^XUOAAUTL(Y)"
  • EXPLANATION:  VAMCs, M&ROCs, RO-OCs and OCs only
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  D HLP1^XUOAAUTL
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.5 DATE HL7 TRAINEE RECORD BUILT 12;5 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 10, 2005
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the date that the trainee information was built and sent to the OAA server.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AOAA
    1)= S ^VA(200,"AOAA",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"AOAA",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    This index is index reflects when the transmission of the trainee record last took place.
12.6 CLINICAL CORE TRAINEE 12;6 SET
  • 'Y' FOR YES;
  • 'N' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 05, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Is this person an active Trainee?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field designates whether or not the person is an active Trainee.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.7 DATE NO LONGER TRAINEE 12;7 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX",%DT(0)="-"_DT D ^%DT K %DT(0) S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 23, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer with the Date when this Trainee became inactive. Future dates are not allowed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the date when a Registered Trainee is no longer to be considered an trainee.  This may be at the end of a rotation period or at the end VA training experience.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
12.8 START OF TRAINING 12;8 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 05, 2005
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
13 NICK NAME .1;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:X[""""!(X'?.ANP)!(X<0) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 21, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 1-10 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a string that is used in the sign-on greeting and for mailman user lookup.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^D^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"D",$$UP^XLFSTR($E(X,1,30)),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"D",$$UP^XLFSTR($E(X,1,30)),DA)
    3)= This is a UPPERCASE regular X-ref
    The X-ref is held in UPPERCASE, it is a regular X-ref otherwise.
14 PAC .1;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  D LC^XUS K:$L(X)>8!($L(X)<3) X
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 3-8 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a code to be checked before a user is allowed to get into programmer mode.
    SOURCE OF DATA:   M
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
14.9 HINQ EMPLOYEE NUMBER .1;9 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>4!($L(X)<4)!'(X?4N) X I $D(X),$D(^VA(200,"AC",X)),'$D(^(X,DA)) S DGEMP=X K X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 30, 1992
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer Must be 4 digits and Unique in User file.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The employee number associated with HINQ passwords from the DVB should be entered here.
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  I $D(DGEMP),$D(^VA(200,"AC",DGEMP)),'$D(^(DGEMP,DA)) S %=$O(^VA(200,"AC",DGEMP,0)) W ?5,"Employee number '",DGEMP,"' Already assigned to user, ",$S($D(^VA(200,%,0)):$P(^(0),"^"),1:%) K DGEMP
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AC
    1)= S ^VA(200,"AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)
15 PROHIBITED TIMES FOR SIGN-ON 0;12 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>9!($L(X)<9)!'(X?4N1"-"4N) X
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Time range that this user may not sign-on.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a pair of times within which the user will not be allowed access to the computer.  They should be entered in Military format, for example 0900-1300 would prohibit signons from 9AM to 1PM each day.
16 DIVISION 2;0 POINTER Multiple #200.02 200.02

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the one or more divisions that this user may sign-on and do work for.
19 DELEGATE OF 19;1 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 16, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds the name of the person who has delegated menu manager authority to the user.  The user is thus the 'delegate of' the person named here.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^19.1
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,19)):^(19),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,2),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC X ^DD(200,19,1,1,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),19)):^(19),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^(19),U,2)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=19.1 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    CREATE VALUE)= TODAY
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    FIELD)= DELEGATION DATE
    Trigger the DELEGATION DATE field.
19.1 DELEGATION DATE 19;2 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 20, 1988
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field records the data that the user became a delegate.
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the DELEGATE OF field of the NEW PERSON File
19.2 DELEGATION LEVEL 19;3 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 20, 1988
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 0 and 999, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field records the level of delegation authority with respect to the systems manager, level zero. When the systems manager delegates authority to someone else, that person will be at level one. Levels are maintained
    so that lower level delegates cannot interfere with the menus of higher level delegates.
19.4 ALERT DATE/TIME XQA;0 DATE Multiple #200.194 200.194

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a multiple field which is used to generate alerts to the users.  The data for alerts is filed by date and time.
19.5 DELEGATED OPTIONS 19.5;0 POINTER Multiple #200.19 200.19

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a sub-file of pointers to the Option File which detail those options this user may delegate to others.
19.6 ALLOWABLE NEW MENU PREFIX 19.6;0 Multiple #200.196 200.196

  • DESCRIPTION:  This subfile holds the set of namespaces available to this user in the creation of menus with delegated options.
19.8 MENU TEMPLATE 19.8;0 Multiple #200.198 200.198

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This multiple holds sets of predefined menus which can be envoked by the user by entering a right-square-bracket ("[") followed by a template's name.
20 UCI .2;0 Multiple #200.01 200.01

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the set of UCI's that this user must choose from at sign-on time.
20.1 DATE E-SIG LAST CHANGED 20;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>6!($L(X)<5)!'(X?5.6N) X
  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S %H=+Y D YMD^%DTC S Y=X X ^DD("DD")
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 02, 1995
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 5-6 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    A $H date of the last time the E-Sig code was changed. Triggered by a X-ref on the ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE field.
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE field of the NEW PERSON File
20.2 SIGNATURE BLOCK PRINTED NAME 20;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45)!($L(X)>40)!($L(X)<2) X I $D(X) K:$$FORMAT^XLFNAME7(X,2,40,,0,,1)'[$P(^VA(200,DA,0),",") X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 13, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter your name as you want it to appear on official documents
  • DESCRIPTION:  The name entered must contain the surname of the user. The name must be 2 to 40 characters in length.
    This field can then contain the name of the user as they wish it to be displayed with the notation that they signed the document electronically.  For example:  John R. Doe, M.D.   or    Fred A. Sample, RN.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
20.3 SIGNATURE BLOCK TITLE 20;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 08, 2001
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter your title, e.g., Chief of Surgery.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field should contain the title of the person who is electronically signing a document. Examples of titles are Chief of Surgery, Dietician, Clinical Pharmacist, etc. This title will print next to the name of the
    person who signs the document.  The person's name will be taken from the SIGNATURE BLOCK PRINTED NAME field.
    The title must be 2 to 50 characters in length.
20.4 ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE 20;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<6) X I $D(X) D HASH^XUSHSHP
  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S Y=""
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 05, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter your code (6-20 chars); it won't display!
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains the encrypted code which the user types when signing documents electronically. The user's input will be compared to this field when validating his electronic signature. All electronic signature codes
    should be treated as confidential.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^20.1
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,20)):^(20),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=+$H X ^DD(200,20.4,1,2,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),20)):^(20),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^(20),U,1)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=20.1 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,20)):^(20),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X="" X ^DD(200,20.4,1,2,2.4)
    2.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),20)):^(20),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^(20),U,1)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=20.1 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    3)= Required to meet needs.
    CREATE VALUE)= S X=+$H
    DELETE VALUE)= @
    FIELD)= #20.1
    This X-ref sets the DATE E-SIG LAST CHANGED so we can expire the E-sig after the VERIFY code lifetime days as the G.C. asked us to do.
28 MAIL CODE 5;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 03, 2018
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-10 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the mail code for the new person.
    SOURCE OF DATA:   SYSTEM MANAGER
29 SERVICE/SECTION 5;1 POINTER TO SERVICE/SECTION FILE (#49)
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
SERVICE/SECTION(#49)

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 18, 2000
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the name of the service or section for the new person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^E
    1)= S ^VA(200,"E",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"E",$E(X,1,30),DA)
  • RECORD INDEXES:  ATR (#228)
30 DATE ENTERED 1;7 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the date on which the user was entered into the user file.  It is automatically inserted into the file by the ADD USER option.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
31 CREATOR 1;8 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 31, 1987
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the name of the user who entered this user into the user file.  It is automatically set by the ADD USER option.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
31.1 FILE RANGE 1;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<1)!(X<2)!'(X?1.N.1".".2N1"-"1.N.1".".2N) X I $D(X),$P(X,"-",2)'>$P(X,"-") K X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 12, 1988
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter a range of numbers, e.g., 10000-10000.99. The second number must be larger than the first.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field limits a user to a specific range of file numbers.  When creating new files, only a number within this range can be assigned to the new file.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
31.2 TEXT TERMINATOR 1;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>5!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 30, 1988
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 1-5 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  If specified, the character string in this field will be used instead of a carriage return to mark the end of word-processing text. It will be used in all VA FileMan word-processing contexts, e.g. in mail messages. It
    can facilitate the uploading of files from a PC environment.
    Note that the VA FileMan edit menu provides an option for temporarily specifying a text terminator for that edit session only.
31.3 PREFERRED EDITOR 1;5 POINTER TO ALTERNATE EDITOR FILE (#1.2) ALTERNATE EDITOR(#1.2)

  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 07, 1991
  • DESCRIPTION:  If an entry exists in this field, then whenever a user edits data in a FileMan word-processing field, they will automatically be transferred into their preferred editor. If this field is blank, then the default editor
    will be either the FileMan screen editor when editing within ScreenMan format, or the standard FileMan line editor in all other cases.
32 ACCESSIBLE FILE FOF;0 POINTER Multiple #200.032 200.032

  • DESCRIPTION:  This multiple-valued field contains the list of files the user may access. The type of access granted to the user is included for each file that appears on the list. The user may be allowed to look at records (READ
    access), edit existing records (WRITE access), add new record (LAYGO access), delete records (DELETE access), or modify the file structure (DATA DICTIONARY ACCESS).
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
41 ALLOWED TO USE SPOOLER SPL;1 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 03, 1988
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Is this user allowed to spool documents?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to 'YES', this user will be able to use the spool device to create spool documents.
41.1 MULTI-DEVICE DESPOOLING SPL;2 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 03, 1988
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Can user despool to multiple devices at once.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to 'YES', the user will be able to print (despool) a spooled document to more than one device simultaneously.
41.2 CAN MAKE INTO A MAIL MESSAGE SPL;3 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 15, 1988
  • DESCRIPTION:  If set to 'YES', the document is given the status of a mail message and the user will be able to use all MailMan functions such as copying and forwarding. As a mail message, the document can no longer be manipulated with
    the spooler since its flag in the Spool Document File has been deleted.
41.97 AUTHORIZE RELEASE OF NPI NPI;3 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 03, 2008
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer 1 (Yes) to authorize blanket release of NPI to non-VA entities for business purposes only.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer 1 (Yes) if this disclosure of an individual practitioner's NPI is to a non-VA health care provider or its agent to support, or in anticipation of supporting, the submission of health care reimbursement claims by
    non-VA health care providers or their agents (ex., display of FEE Basis authorizations). Per Routine Use Amendment #18 to the Privacy Act of 1974 this disclosure can be made without requiring consent (Blanket Authority)
    from the practitioner.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  Per Routine Use Amendment #18 to the Privacy Act of 1974 this disclosure can now be made without requiring authorization from the practitioner. This field needs to remain on File 200 because applications are using it. For
    VA practitioners who have an NPI in The Revenue Program Billing and Collections Records VA (114VA16), the field will be set 1 (Yes). For other users, the field will be null.
41.98 NPI ENTRY STATUS NPI;2 SET
  • 'N' FOR NEEDS ENTRY;
  • 'E' FOR EXEMPT;
  • 'D' FOR DONE;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 08, 2006
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This field is filled in automatically if needed.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used in tracking the entry status of NPI d ata for those providers who require an NPI. The providers needing this value are identified based on data entered in the PERSON CLASS subfile which indicates
    providers that may be related to billing activities.
    The value is initially set to N or NEEDS ENTRY.  It can be changed to E or EXEMPT for individuals who have been identified, but who due to administrative activities, etc., will not be involved in activities requiring
    billing.  When the NPI value is entered, the value is changed to D or DONE.
41.99 NPI NPI;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:'($$CHKDGT^XUSNPIE1(X,DA,"Individual_ID")) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 05, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 10 digit value assigned by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • DESCRIPTION:  Each VHA Billable Practitioner should have applied for the NPI through CMS' National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES). NPI Confirmation Letters are sent by CMS and indicate the NPI assigned. Practitioners may
    present their NPI Confirmation Letter as a source document to verify the accuracy of the NPI or you may contact your Local NPI Maintenance Team Leader for assistance.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ANPI
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ANPI",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ANPI",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    File entries by NPI.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI4199^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
42 EFFECTIVE DATE/TIME NPISTATUS;0 DATE Multiple #200.042 200.042

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 25, 2006
50.1 KEY DELEGATION LEVEL 50;1 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 26, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 999, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This a simple, numeric value which prevents removing delegated keys from someone with a lower level number.
51 KEYS 51;0 POINTER Multiple #200.051 200.051

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 26, 1989
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    These are "keys" that define the characteristic(s), authorization(s), or privilege(s) of the person.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I DUZ(0)=""@""!$D(^VA(200,DUZ,52,Y,0))"
  • EXPLANATION:  The person granting must hold as a delegated key which s/he may re-delegate.
52 DELEGATED KEYS 52;0 POINTER Multiple #200.052 200.052

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 23, 1992
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This subfile contains pointers to the Key File of those keys that this person is allowed to allocate to other users.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I DUZ(0)=""@""!$S('$D(^VA(200,DUZ,52,Y,0)):0,1:$P(^(0),U,4)"
  • EXPLANATION:  The person granting must hold as a delegated key which s/he may re-delegate.
53.1 AUTHORIZED TO WRITE MED ORDERS PS;1 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 30, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter '1' or 'Yes' if provider is authorized to write orders.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determin if the provider is authorized to write orders.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    set of codes
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.11 DETOX/MAINTENANCE ID NUMBER PS;11 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>9!($L(X)<3)!'(X?2A7N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the Detox/Maintenance ID number for the provider.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field holds the Detoxification/Maintenance ID number used for the substance abuse providers that is "DATA-waived". (one X, one alpha, 7 numbers)
53.2 DEA# PS;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:'$$VALDEA^XUSER2(X) X
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 23, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the DEA number 2 letters 7 numbers.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used to enter the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) number. Enter the DEA number as two upper case letters followed by 7 digits. e.g., AA1234567. Each provider must have a unique number.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  This is the algorithm for the DEA number checking.
    The first letter for practitioners (physicians, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacies etc.) is either an "A" or "B"
    The second letter should be the first letter of the practitioner's last name.  Sometimes this does not match if the registrant changed their name or the DEA did not get it correct the first time.
    The check digit algorithm is as follows:
    AS1234563
    1 + 3 + 5 =   9 2 + 4 + 6 = 12 x 2 = 24
    9 + 24 = 33
    The last digit of the total must equal the check digit (the last digit of the DEA number).  (33#10)=$E("AS1234563",9)
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  W:$X>5 ! W ?5,"Enter the DEA number as two upper case letters followed by 7 digits",!,?5,"e.g. AA1234567. Each provider must have a unique number.",!
  • GROUP:  PSO
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^PS1
    1)= S ^VA(200,"PS1",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"PS1",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= Lookup providers by their DEA number
    This was 'APS1' before.  Also used to stop duplicate numbers.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AMPI532^MUMPS
    1)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    2)= D XREF^XUMPI(DA)
    This cross reference sets the Requires Transmission (#902) field if the enumeration process has begun for this file.  Setting that field will result in a VPID being assigned or an update message being sent to the MPI for
    this change in data.
53.3 VA# PS;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S X=$$UP^XLFSTR(X) K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<3)!(X[" ") X D VANUM^XUSER2
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 18, 2012
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the VA number 3 to 10 characters with NO spaces.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to enter the VA number.  The VA number must be unique.
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  D EN^DDIOL("Enter the VA number. VA number must be unique among active providers.",,"!,?5")
  • GROUP:  PSO
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^PS2
    1)= S ^VA(200,"PS2",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"PS2",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= Lookup providers by their VA number
    This was 'APS2' before. Also used to stop duplicate numbers.
53.4 INACTIVE DATE PS;4 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 20, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the date after which this person may not write medication orders.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to show the inactive date of a provider whereas they can no longer write orders.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    date
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.5 PROVIDER CLASS PS;5 POINTER TO PROVIDER CLASS FILE (#7) PROVIDER CLASS(#7)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 18, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter provider class of provider (MD, PA etc).
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to show the providers class.
  • GROUP:  PSO
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^46.11^.03
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(0)=X S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1 I X S X=DIV X ^DD(200,53.5,1,2,89.2) S Y(101)=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(101),U,3) S D0=I(0,0) S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=200 X ^D
    D(200,53.5,1,2,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,DIV(0),0)):^(0),1:""),DIV=X I $D(^(0)) S $P(^(0),U,3)=DIV,DIH=46.11,DIG=.03 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    89.2)= S I(0,0)=$S($D(D0):D0,1:""),Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S X=X K DIC S DIC="^DGRU(46.11,",DIC(0)="NMFL" D ^DIC S (D,D0,DIV(0))=+Y
    CREATE CONDITION)= S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1
    CREATE VALUE)= S X=200
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DIC)= LOOKUP
    FIELD)= NAME:RAI MDS MONITOR:#.03
    Trigger the New Person file number (#200) into the RAI MDS MONITOR file whenever the New Person Provider Class is changed or added.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^46.11^.04
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(0)=X S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1 I X S X=DIV X ^DD(200,53.5,1,3,89.2) S Y(101)=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(101),U,4) S D0=I(0,0) S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV S X=DA X ^DD
    (200,53.5,1,3,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^DGRU(46.11,DIV(0),0)):^(0),1:""),DIV=X I $D(^(0)) S $P(^(0),U,4)=DIV,DIH=46.11,DIG=.04 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= Q
    89.2)= S I(0,0)=$S($D(D0):D0,1:""),Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1),X=X S X=X K DIC S DIC="^DGRU(46.11,",DIC(0)="NMF" D ^DIC S (D,D0,DIV(0))=+Y
    CREATE CONDITION)= S X=$P($G(^DG(43,1,"HL7")),U,4)=1
    CREATE VALUE)= S X=DA
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DIC)= LOOKUP
    FIELD)= NAME:RAI MDS MONITOR:#.04
    Trigger the internal entry number of the entry changed or added into the New Person file, into the RAI MDS MONITOR file.
53.6 PROVIDER TYPE PS;6 SET
  • '1' FOR FULL TIME;
  • '2' FOR PART TIME;
  • '3' FOR C & A;
  • '4' FOR FEE BASIS;
  • '5' FOR HOUSE STAFF;

  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 08, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter type of provider.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to show the type of provider (staff, fee, etc.)
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    set of codes.
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.7 REQUIRES COSIGNER PS;7 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 12, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter yes if medication orders written by this person must be cosigned by another provider of care.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider needs a cosigner.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    set of codes.
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.8 USUAL COSIGNER PS;8 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^(""PS"")),$P(^(""PS""),""^""),'$P(^(""PS""),""^"",7),$S('$P(^(""PS""),""^"",4):1,1:$P(^(""PS""),""^"",4)'
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 12, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select cosigner.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to show the usual cosigner for the provider.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    pointer.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^(""PS"")),$P(^(""PS""),""^""),'$P(^(""PS""),""^"",7),$S('$P(^(""PS""),""^"",4):1,1:$P(^(""PS""),""^"",4)'
  • EXPLANATION:  Only active providers of care who do not themselves require a cosigner
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.9 REMARKS PS;9 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>60!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 12, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter remarks about this provider to be displayed when s/he is selected during order entry.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to enter remarks and or comments about the provider.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    free text
  • GROUP:  PSO
53.91 NON-VA PRESCRIBER TPB;1 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 29, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  The Transitional Pharmacy Care Project (TPB) introduces fields 53.91 - 53.96, to allow a NON-VA Physician to be added to the New Person file (#200), so that Outpatient Pharmacy could process medication prescribed by such
    physicians.
    A value of 1 indicates that this person is a NON-VA Physician.
53.92 TAX ID TPB;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<10)!'(X?2N1"-"7N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 29, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 10 characters in length and should be of the format '99-9999999'.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    TAX ID of the NON-VA Physician's Private Clinic, where the prescription was written.
53.93 EXCLUSIONARY CHECK PERFORMED TPB;3 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 29, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  Department of Health and Human Services provides an exclusionary list of Medical Practitioners (providers excluded are those who are not allowed to receive payment for government services due to various reasons). When
    adding NON-VA Physicians, they must be checked against this list.
    A value of 1 indicates that an Exclusionary Check was performed for this physician.
53.94 DATE EXCLUSIONARY LIST CHECKED TPB;4 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:DTX) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 22, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  TYPE A DATE BETWEEN AUG 01, 2003 AND CURRENT DATE
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The date Exclusionary Check was performed.
53.95 ON EXCLUSIONARY LIST TPB;5 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 04, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Was the NON-VA Physician on the Exclusionary Check List? A value of 1 indicates that the Physician was on the Exclusionary Check.
53.96 EXCLUSIONARY CHECKED BY TPB;6 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 29, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    User ID of the person who made the entry.
54.1 LICENSING STATE PS1;0 POINTER Multiple #200.541 200.541

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This multiple contains credentialing information about a provider that is used by the state.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This mulitple utilized by the Indian Health Service
  • GROUP:  PSO
54.2 STATE ISSUING DEA NUMBER PS2;0 POINTER Multiple #200.55 200.55

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This mutiple contains the DEA# issued by a state in order to allow providers to write medication orders for controlled medications.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This multiple is utilized by the Indian Health Service.
  • GROUP:  PSO
55.1 SCHEDULE II NARCOTIC PS3;1 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule II narcotic?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule II narcotic.
55.2 SCHEDULE II NON-NARCOTIC PS3;2 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule II non-narcotic?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule II non-narcotic.
55.3 SCHEDULE III NARCOTIC PS3;3 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule III narcotic?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule III narcotic.
55.4 SCHEDULE III NON-NARCOTIC PS3;4 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule III non-narcotic?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule III non-narcotic.
55.5 SCHEDULE IV PS3;5 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule IV?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule IV controlled substances.
55.6 SCHEDULE V PS3;6 SET
  • '1' FOR Yes;
  • '0' FOR No;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2011
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Provider has privileges for schedule V?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to determine if the provider has privileges for Schedule V controlled substances.
70 STAFF REVIEW REQUIRED RA;1 SET
  • 'Y' FOR yes;
  • 'N' FOR no;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 07, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field applies to 'Interpreting Resident' personnel. If it contains a 'yes', an interpreting staff is required to review this resident's report results.
    SOURCE OF DATA:   RAD/NUC MED COORDINATOR
71 ALLOW VERIFYING OF OTHERS RA;2 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 07, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  If this field is set to 'YES' and the 'ALLOW VERIFYING BY RESIDENTS' division parameter is also set to 'YES' then this resident is allowed to verify reports associated with another interpreting physician. (If both
    parameters are set to 'YES' the 'On-line Verifying of Reports' option will prompt the user to 'Select Interpreting Physician: ' allowing the user to select an interpreting physician other than him/herself.) If this field
    is set to 'NO' then this resident is only allowed to verify his/her own reports.  If the division parameter 'ALLOW VERIFYING BY RESIDENT' is set to 'NO' then regardless of how this field is set, the resident will not be
    allowed to verify other interpreting physicians' reports.
    If the user is classified as Interpreting Staff, s/he will be allowed to select another interpreting physician's name and reports if this field is set to 'YES'.
    SOURCE OF DATA:   RAD/NUC MED COORDINATOR
72 RAD/NUC MED CLASSIFICATION RAC;0 SET Multiple #200.072 200.072

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 04, 1994
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This multiple field contains information about the classification assigned to Rad/Nuc Med personnel.  Possible classifications are Technologist, Interpreting Resident, Interpreting Staff, and Clerk.
73 RAD/NUC MED INACTIVE DATE RA;3 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 04, 1994
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the date that this person was inactivated as a Rad/Nuc Med user.
74 RAD/NUC MED LOCATION ACCESS RAL;0 POINTER Multiple #200.074 200.074

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 04, 1994
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will allow the user to access all data specific to a particular Radiology/Nuclear Medicine location.
101.01 RESTRICT PATIENT SELECTION 101;1 SET
  • '0' FOR NO;
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 19, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Answer 'YES' to restrict this user to selecting only those patients associated with the list pointed to by the PATIENT SELECTION LIST field (#101.02).
101.02 PATIENT SELECTION LIST 101;2 POINTER TO OE/RR LIST FILE (#100.21) OE/RR LIST(#100.21)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P($G(^(0)),U,2)'=""P""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 22, 2002
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If a value is entered into this field, the user is allowed to select only those patients associated with this OE/RR LIST.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P($G(^(0)),U,2)'=""P"""
  • EXPLANATION:  You cannot select a personal-type list.
101.13 CPRS TAB ORD;0 POINTER Multiple #200.010113 200.010113

  • IDENTIFIED BY:  
    "WR1":    D EN^DDIOL("   "_$$FMTE^DILIBF($P(^(0),U,2),5),"","?0")
    "WR2":    D EN^DDIOL("   "_$$FMTE^DILIBF($P(^(0),U,3),5),"","?0")
125 PROBLEM LIST PRIMARY VIEW 125;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>210!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 12, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-210 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This string contains the user's preferred view of the problem list. Problems are assigned a category based upon the service of the provider who entered and/or is treating the problem; a screen may then be invoked allowing
    a filtered view of the problem list.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  This string should be in the format '/#/#/.../#/' where each # is a pointer to an entry in the Service/Section file (#49). The option GMPL USER VIEW is exported with the Problem List application to facilitate building
    this string; its use is recommended.
125.1 PROBLEM SELECTION LIST 125;2 POINTER TO PROBLEM SELECTION LIST FILE (#125) PROBLEM SELECTION LIST(#125)

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 10, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the list of problems you wish displayed to select from, when adding to a patient's problem list.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the user's preferred default list of problems to select from when adding to a patient's problem list. If there is a list specified here from the Problem Selection List File (#125), it will be automatically
    presented to the user when the "Add New Problem(s)" action is selected; otherwise, the user will simply be prompted to select a problem from the Clinical Lexicon Utility.
200.04 MULTIPLE SIGN-ON 200;4 SET
  • '0' FOR NOT ALLOWED;
  • '1' FOR ALLOWED;
  • '2' FOR Only one IP;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 30, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer '0' to limit this USER to ONE connection, '2' will limit USER to one workstation.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field, if filled in, overrides the SITE and DEVICE Files as to whether this user can sign-on to multiple terminals at the same time, or is limited to one workstation (IP), only one connection. If you select "Only one
    IP" be sure to put a value into the "MULTIPLE SIGN-ON LIMIT" field so users can sign-on at least once.  Values are: 0 = Only one connection.  1 = Multiple connections from multiple IP's.  2 = Only one IP address.
200.05 ASK DEVICE TYPE AT SIGN-ON 200;5 SET
  • '1' FOR ASK;
  • '0' FOR DON'T ASK;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 22, 1988
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field controls if the user/terminal should be asked for a terminal type during sign-on. If set to YES then the system will try and get the terminal type from the terminal. If this doesn't work, then user is prompted.
    If set to NO then the one from the users Last Sign-on field or the device subtype will be used.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  This field (if filled in) will override the ones in the KERNEL site parameter file. It controls if the user/terminal should be asked for a terminal type during sign-on. If set to YES then a ANSI DA is sent to the terminal
    to collect the terminals DEVICE ATTRIBUTES message. If it is a know one then the terminal type is set to this. Otherwise the user is prompted.  If set to NO then the one from the Last Sign-on field or device subtype will
    be used.
200.06 AUTO MENU 200;6 SET
  • '0' FOR NO MENUS GENERATED;
  • '1' FOR YES, MENUS GENERATED;

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field controls whether the user will see menus automatically displayed (as if he had typed a "?") each time a new option is presented.
200.07 LANGUAGE 200;7 POINTER TO LANGUAGE FILE (#.85) LANGUAGE(#.85)

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 24, 1994
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The value in this field replaces the Default Language field in the Kernel Site Parameters file.  It points to the Language file for the VA FileMan Dialog file.
200.08 RESERVED XUS;8 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>1!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 27, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1 character in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Place holder, see file 3.5 #51.8
200.09 TYPE-AHEAD 200;9 SET
  • 'Y' FOR ALLOWED;
  • 'N' FOR NOT ALLOWED;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 21, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER 'Y' IF USER CAN TYPE ANSWERS BEFORE HE SEES THE QUESTIONS!
  • DESCRIPTION:  If type ahead is selected, the user will be able to type text ahead of what the computer is actually reading. The computer stores the keystrokes from the user, which may be confusing if the computer is slow but more
    efficient if the user is careful.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AB2^MUMPS
    1)= X:DA=DUZ ^%ZOSF($S(X="Y":"",1:"NO-")_"TYPE-AHEAD")
    2)= I 1
    If the user edits them self, Changes there type-ahead.
200.1 TIMED READ (# OF SECONDS) 200;10 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>1800)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 16, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 1800, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field, if filled in, overrides the SITE and DEVICE files as to the time this user has to respond to a timed read.  Stored in DTIME.
  • AUDIT:  EDITED OR DELETED
200.11 ALWAYS SHOW SECONDARIES 200;11 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 23, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter 1 or YES if the secondary menus should always be shown for this user
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is a flag used by the menu system to control if the user is shown there secondary menu list with one '?' or two.
200.18 AUTO SIGN-ON 200;18 SET
  • '0' FOR No;
  • '1' FOR Yes;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 03, 1997
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will control if the Auto Sign-on (Single Sign-on) is enabled for use with terminal sessions.
200.19 MULTIPLE SIGN-ON LIMIT 200;19 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>100)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 21, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 100, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field, if filled in, overrides the SITE file. This field sets an upper limit on the number of concurrent sessions that this user can have from one IP address when the Multiple Sign-on field (#204) is set to "One IP"
201 PRIMARY MENU OPTION 201;1 POINTER TO OPTION FILE (#19) OPTION(#19)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^XUSEC(""XUMGR"",DUZ))!$D(^VA(200,DUZ,19.5,+Y,0))" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 11, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  IF NO PRIMARY MENU FOR TERMINAL, SIGN-ON WILL BRANCH TO THIS OPTION
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the menu option that this user will be dropped into if none of the following are set: (in the order checked) Tied routine, Device primary menu.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^XUSEC(""XUMGR"",DUZ))!$D(^VA(200,DUZ,19.5,+Y,0))"
  • EXPLANATION:  Can only be edited by Site manager staff or SMD user.
  • AUDIT:  EDITED OR DELETED
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AP
    1)= S ^VA(200,"AP",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"AP",$E(X,1,30),DA)
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AI^MUMPS
    1)= D REDOXP^XQ7 Q
    2)= Q
    3)= This x-ref is used to facilitate microsurgery of the compiled menu trees.
    This cross-reference causes a node to be set in the "AT" cross-reference of file 19, if there is not currently a "P" node for this option number in ^XUTL("XQO","Pnum",    so that a tree will be built for this primary menu.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AF^MUMPS
    1)= D CONTCL^XUSTERM1(DA)
    2)= D CONTCL^XUSTERM1(DA)
    3)= Clear Continue
    This X-ref calls code to clear the following fields  LAST OPTION ACCESSED (202.1) and LAST OPTION MAIN MENU (202.2). This is too keep users from getting asked to continue if there menu has changed.
201.1 PRIMARY WINDOW 201;2 POINTER TO OPTION FILE (#19) OPTION(#19)

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 08, 1994
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the lead or first window launched at startup.
201.2 STARTUP DEFAULT 201;3 SET
  • 'M' FOR Primary Menu Option;
  • 'W' FOR Primary Window;

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 08, 1994
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Should the user be started with the Primary Menu Option or the Primary Window?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field determines if the Primary Menu or the Primary Window is loaded at logon.
202 LAST SIGN-ON DATE/TIME 1.1;1 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EST" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 16, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is set when a user signs on to the system.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This field is set in XUS1.  It has been moved from XMB(3.7,DUZ,.1)
    UNEDITABLE
202.02 XUS Logon Attempt Count 1.1;2 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>99)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 08, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 0 and 99, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is used to let the user know about unsuccessful logon atempts.
202.03 XUS Active User 1.1;3 SET
  • '0' FOR No;
  • '1' FOR Yes;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 04, 1996
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If a user gets the ** MULTIPULE SIGN-ON NOT ALLOWED ** message this field can be set to NO to allow them to sign-on again.  This flag is set by XUS and XUSCLEAN.
202.04 Entry Last Edit Date 1.1;4 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ESTX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:X<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 27, 2001
  • HELP-PROMPT:  (No range limit on date)
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds the date time this entry in the file was last edited.  The following fields now trigger the current date to the ENTRY LAST EDIT DATE field: DISUSER (#7), ACCESS CODE (#2), and TERMINATION DATE (#9.2).
    UNEDITABLE
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the ACCESS CODE field of the NEW PERSON File
    TRIGGERED by the DISUSER field of the NEW PERSON File
    TRIGGERED by the TERMINATION DATE field of the NEW PERSON File
202.05 LOCKOUT USER UNTIL 1.1;5 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ESTX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 21, 2004
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used by the signon code to lockout users that have tried bad VERIFY codes too many times. This field holds the date/time that the user should be locked out of the system until. It is set with the current
    time plus the lockout time.
202.1 LAST OPTION ACCESSED 202.1;1 POINTER TO OPTION FILE (#19) OPTION(#19)

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds the last option accessed by the user, when the user selects the CONTINUE option instead of HALTing.  When the user logs on again, he will be able to continue directly at that option.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
    UNEDITABLE
202.2 LAST OPTION MAIN MENU 202.1;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 1-10 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds an indicator of which primary or secondary menu a user was in, after selecting the CONTINUE option.  It is used in con- junction with the LAST OPTION ACCESSED to resume when a user logs back on.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
    UNEDITABLE
203 SECONDARY MENU OPTIONS 203;0 POINTER Multiple #200.03 200.03

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Options awarded a user not on his or her primary menu option
203.1 TIMESTAMP 203.1;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>15!($L(X)<1) X
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 1-15 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the time at which this option was last modified. It is triggered automatically by the appropriate fields. If a CPU references an option which has been modified since it was last rebuilt, it triggers a rebuilding
    of the options.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
    UNEDITABLE
205.1 SECID 205;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>40!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 04, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-40 characters in length. This field should never be edited directly.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Identity and Access Management SECID field used to uniquely identify a VistA user by Security ID.
    *** This field should never be edited directly - do not remove WRITE ACCESS!
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASECID
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASECID",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASECID",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    Index of entries by SecID. Will be used to identify a user for Single Sign-On Internal (SSOi) and Single Sign-On External (SSOe).
205.2 SUBJECT ORGANIZATION 205;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 09, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-50 characters in length. This field should never be edited directly.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Identity and Access Management SUBJECT ORGANIZATION field used to identify the Organization of an externally authenticated user (Subject). Examples: "Department of Veterans Affairs" or "Department of Defense"
    *** This field should never be edited directly - do not remove WRITE ACCESS!
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
205.3 SUBJECT ORGANIZATION ID 205;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 09, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-50 characters in length. This field should never be edited directly.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Identity and Access Management SUBJECT ORGANIZATION ID field used to uniquely identify the Organization that is providing the identification for an externally authenticated user (Subject). The organization ID may be an
    Object Identifier (OID), using the urn format (that is, "urn:oid:" appended with the OID); or it may be a URL assigned to that organization. For SSOi this will be hard-coded to Department of Veterans Affairs official Home
    Community ID. NHIN standards specify that the web address of the Subject Organization is typically stored in this field (example: http://familymedicalclinic.org).
    *** This field should never be edited directly - do not remove WRITE ACCESS!
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AOIUID (#1316)
205.4 UNIQUE USER ID 205;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>40!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 04, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-40 characters in length. This field should never be edited directly.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Identity and Access Management UNIQUE USER ID field used to uniquely identify a user (Subject) within the Subject Organization. The combination of Subject Organization ID (OID) and Unique User ID (UID) is cross-referenced
    in VistA and must be unique. For VA SSOi, this will be the user SecID. Within NHIN this could be the subject of the NHIN SAML token which would contain email address of a X.509 name.
    *** This field should never be edited directly - do not remove WRITE ACCESS!
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AOIUID (#1316)
205.5 ADUPN 205;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 09, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-50 characters in length. This field should never be edited directly.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Identity and Access Management Active Directory User Principle Name (AD UPN) field.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ADUPN
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ADUPN",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ADUPN",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    Index of entries by Active Directory UPN. Will be used by Identity and Access Management (IAM) Provisioning application when searching for and provisioning a VistA user to match the user with an Active Directory account.
351 PERSONAL DIAGNOSES LIST 351;0 POINTER Multiple #200.0351 200.0351

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the provider's personal list of preferred diagnoses codes.
400 SUPPLY EMPLOYEE 400;1 SET
  • '1' FOR WAREHOUSE;
  • '2' FOR PPM ACCOUNTABLE OFFICER;
  • '3' FOR PURCHASING AGENT;
  • '4' FOR MANAGER;

  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 30, 1992
442.1 SECURITY TRAINING LAST 4;1 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 13, 1992
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter Date Security Training was last Attended.
450 PAID EMPLOYEE 450;1 POINTER TO PAID EMPLOYEE FILE (#450) PAID EMPLOYEE(#450)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 26, 1995
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is a pointer to the PAID EMPLOYEE (#450) file.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
500 NETWORK ADDRESS 500;0 Multiple #200.005 200.005

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the begining of a network address.  Enter the Lastname of the user or an identifier that he is known as on the receiving system.
501.1 NETWORK USERNAME 501;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>15 X I $D(X) S X=$$UP^XLFSTR(X) K:$$NETNM^XUSER1(X,DA) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 17, 2015
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the Active Directory Username (9-15 characters).
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the username that is used by the Windows Active Directory.  It should be 'VHA' + 3 char station ID + first 5 of last name + first character of first name.  Holders of the XUMGR key can override this.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    Holders of the XUMGR key can override the syntax check.  Users with DUZ(0)="@" can override the syntax check.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
501.2 SUBJECT ALTERNATIVE NAME 501;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<3)!'(X["@") X I $D(X) N XUSSAN S XUSSAN=$O(^VA(200,"ASAN",X,"")) K:(XUSSAN>0)&(XUSSAN'=DA) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 21, 2013
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-50 characters in length and contain an '@' character and be unique in the file
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is a name from the PIV card field SUBJECT ALTERNATIVE NAME also known as USER PRINCIPLE NAME.
    The subject alternative name extension allows identities to be bound to the subject of the certificate.  These identities may be included in addition to or in place of the identity in the subject field of the certificate.
    Subject alternative name is defined by an Internet electronic mail address.
    When the subjectAltName extension contains an Internet mail address, the address MUST be stored in the rfc822Name.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    This field has a bulletin type xref that must not be deleted because it contains special code in the DD.  The code will call BULL^XUSER then fire off bulletins to users holding the PSDMGR key.
  • AUDIT:  YES, ALWAYS
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= Q
    2)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA X "N DIIND F DIIND=2.001:.001 Q:$D(^DD(200,501.2,1,1,DIIND))[0  X ^(DIIND)" K XMY S XMB="XUSSPKI SAN" D BULL^XUSER D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.6,"B",XMB)) K Y,XMB
    2.001)= S X=Y(0) S X=X S XMB(1)=X
    2.002)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,501)):^(501),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,2) S XMB(2)=X
    2.003)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1) S XMB(3)=X
    3)= This cross-reference must not be deleted because it has special code in DD.
    CREATE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    DELETE PARAMETER #1)= OLD SUBJECT ALTERNATIVE NAME
    DELETE PARAMETER #2)= SUBJECT ALTERNATIVE NAME
    DELETE PARAMETER #3)= NAME
    DELETE VALUE)= XUSSPKI SAN
    When the Subject Alternative Name field in file #200 is either modified or deleted, this bulletin will be fired off.  Users holding the PSDMGR key will receive this bulletin.  This cross reference must not be deleted
    because it contains special code in the DD that calls BULL^XUSER.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASAN
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASAN",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASAN",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= This cross-reference is used to insure that all Subject Alternative Name entries are unique and is required by the DEA electronic-Prescribing of Controlled Substances rules.
    This is a cross-reference used to insure that the Subject Alternative Name entries are unique as required by DEA rules for electronic-Prescribing of Controlled Substances.
654 SOCIAL WORKER ? 654;1 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:'$D(SOWKNEW) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 08, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter '1' for YES to indicate if user is a Social Worker.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will be used to indicate if the user is a Social Worker.  It will also act as a screen for lookups.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASWB^MUMPS
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASWB",DA,DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASWB",DA,DA)
    This cross reference is used for screening out non-social workers.
654.1 IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR 654;2 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^VA(200,""ASWE"",+Y))" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0!'$D(SOWKNEW) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 22, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the name of the immediate supervisor of the social worker.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to indicate the immediate supervisor of the social worker.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $D(^VA(200,""ASWE"",+Y))"
  • EXPLANATION:  Only Valid social work management are to be selected.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASWC
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASWC",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASWC",$E(X,1,30),DA)
654.15 POSITION/TITLE 654;5 SET
  • '1' FOR SW CHIEF;
  • '2' FOR ASST. CHIEF;
  • '3' FOR SUPERVISOR;
  • '4' FOR SW COORDINATOR;
  • '5' FOR SOCIAL WORKER;
  • '6' FOR SW ASSOCIATE;
  • '7' FOR SECRETARY;
  • '8' FOR SW CLERK/STENO;
  • '9' FOR STUDENT;
  • '10' FOR VOLUNTEER;
  • '11' FOR WOC;

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:'$D(SOWKNEW) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 08, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the title of the social worker.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will be used to indicate the position/title of the social worker.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASWE^MUMPS
    1)= S:X=1!(X=2)!(X=3) ^VA(200,"ASWE",DA,$E(X,1,30))=""
    2)= K:X=1!(X=2)!(X=3) ^VA(200,"ASWE",DA,$E(X,1,30))
    This cross reference is used for chiefs, asst. chiefs, and supervisors only.
654.2 SOCIAL WORKER'S NUMBER 654;3 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>3!($L(X)<2)!'(X?2N.N)!('$D(SOWKNEW)) X I $D(X),$D(^VA(200,"ASWD",X)) W *7," NUMBER ALREADY ASSIGNED !!",! K X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 13, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter number 01-999.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Unique number assigned to social worker by service.  Enter a number 01-999.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ASWD
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ASWD",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ASWD",$E(X,1,30),DA)
654.3 SURROGATE 654;4 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:'$D(SOWKNEW) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 08, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter supervisor's name that is to be the surrogate.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will be used to indicate a surrogate supervisor.  When this field has data, the surrogate supervisor will have access to data pertaining to worker information for the surrogated supervisor.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^ACSW
    1)= S ^VA(200,"ACSW",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"ACSW",$E(X,1,30),DA)
720 DMMS UNITS EC;0 POINTER Multiple #200.72 200.72

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This multiple field contains the DMMS units to which this person has access for entering data and generating reports.
  • TECHNICAL DESCR:  
    Multiple pointer to 724
747.11 APPOINTMENT STATUS QAR12;1 SET
  • '1' FOR FULL-TIME;
  • '2' FOR PART-TIME;
  • '3' FOR CONSULTING;
  • '4' FOR CONTRACT;
  • '5' FOR RESIDENT;
  • '6' FOR FEE BASIS, ON STATION;
  • '7' FOR SPECIALTY FELLOW;
  • '8' FOR WOC;
  • '9' FOR OTHER;

  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 17, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the appropriate Appointment Status.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Contains the Appointment Status for this person.
747.113 RENEW DATE QAR8;2 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 21, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the Renewal Date for our General Privilege.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Contains the Renewal Date for our General Privilege.
747.44 DEA EXPIRATION DATE QAR;9 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 23, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter DEA # Expiration Date
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the expiration date for DEA #.
900 Enumeration Initiated MPI;1 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ETX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:X<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 03, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  (No range limit on date)
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field notes the date/time the VPID enumeration attempt was initiated.
901 Enumeration Completed MPI;2 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ETX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:X<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 03, 2010
  • HELP-PROMPT:  (No range limit on date)
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field notes the date/time the VPID assignment was completed.
902 Requires Transmission MPI;3 SET
  • 'Y' FOR Yes;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 07, 2010
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used to note that this record was just added to this file, or that an edit was made to the fields that MPI cares about capturing and a VPID needs to be assigned or an update message needs to be sent.
    Fields being monitored for change are:
    .01           NAME
    .111          STREET ADDRESS 1
    .112          STREET ADDRESS 2
    .113          STREET ADDRESS 3
    .114          CITY
    .115          STATE
    .116          ZIP CODE
    .131          PHONE (HOME)
    4             SEX
    5             DOB
    9             SSN
    41.99         NPI
    53.2          DEA#
    200.06,.01    VISITED FROM
    200.06,2      DUZ AT HOME SITE
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AXMIT^MUMPS
    1)= I X="Y",$P($G(^XTV(8989.3,1,"MPI")),"^",3)'="" S ^VA(200,"AXMIT",DA)=""
    2)= I X="" K ^VA(200,"AXMIT",DA)
    This cross reference will be set to note that this record was just added to this file and needs a VPID or that this record had a field that MPI is monitoring edited and needs to be sent to the MPI.
910.1 BADGE NUMBER ESP;1 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999999)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 15, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the police officer's assigned badge number [1-999999].
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter the badge number assigned to the VA police officer.
910.2 RANK ESP;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 15, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the police officer's assigned rank [2-30 characters].
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Enter the VA police officer's assigned rank designation, i.e., CHIEF, LIEUTENANT, PATROL OFFICER, etc.
8910 VISITED FROM 8910;0 Multiple #200.06 200.06

  • DESCRIPTION:  This subfile stores the information that travels along with visitors using the CPRS Foreign Views software to look at medical data of a patient which resides on a system where the visitor may not have valid access or
    verify codes.  When that person name and Social Security Number is put into the visited system's New Person File this multiple is updated to provide the ability to trace the visitors back to the system from which they are
    visiting.  This field (.01) stores the number of the site where the visitor was authenticated.
8932.001 PROVIDER KEY COMPUTED

  • MUMPS CODE:  S X=($D(^XUSEC("PROVIDER",D0))[1)
  • ALGORITHM:  S X=($D(^XUSEC("PROVIDER",D0))[1)
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 14, 1996
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This Computed field gets a 1 if the user holds the provider key.  It is expected that the field will be removed or changed after the Person class field conversion is completed.
8932.1 PERSON CLASS USC1;0 POINTER Multiple #200.05 200.05
8932.2 PGYear USC2;1 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>10)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 14, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 10, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds what Post Graduate year a person is.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^8932.21
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,2),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC X ^DD(200,8932.2,1,1,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^("USC2"),U,2)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=8932.21 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,2),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X="" X ^DD(200,8932.2,1,1,2.4)
    2.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^("USC2"),U,2)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=8932.21 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    CREATE VALUE)= TODAY
    DELETE VALUE)= @
    FIELD)= PGY as
8932.21 PGY assigned USC2;2 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 14, 1996
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds the date that the PGYear field was last edited.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the PGYear field of the NEW PERSON File
8932.3 FYear USC2;3 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>9)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 14, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 1 and 9, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is the Fellowship year of a person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^TRIGGER^200^8932.31
    1)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X=DIV N %I,%H,% D NOW^%DTC X ^DD(200,8932.3,1,1,1.4)
    1.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^("USC2"),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=8932.31 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    2)= K DIV S DIV=X,D0=DA,DIV(0)=D0 S Y(1)=$S($D(^VA(200,D0,"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,4),X=X S DIU=X K Y S X="" X ^DD(200,8932.3,1,1,2.4)
    2.4)= S DIH=$S($D(^VA(200,DIV(0),"USC2")):^("USC2"),1:""),DIV=X S $P(^("USC2"),U,4)=DIV,DIH=200,DIG=8932.31 D ^DICR:$O(^DD(DIH,DIG,1,0))>0
    CREATE VALUE)= TODAY
    DELETE VALUE)= @
    FIELD)= FY as
8932.31 FY assigned USC2;4 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 14, 1996
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds the Date that the FYear field was edited.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • NOTES:  TRIGGERED by the FYear field of the NEW PERSON File
8980.16 PERSON FILE POINTER 0;16 POINTER ***** TO AN UNDEFINED FILE (#16), STORED IN ^DIC(16) *******
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 30, 1992
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Loaded by cross file link
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field holds a pointer to the person file so there will be a way to provide a cross reference to help convert 'person file' pointers into 'new person file' pointer after the person file is removed.
    WRITE AUTHORITY:  ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^A16
    1)= S ^VA(200,"A16",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"A16",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= PERSON FILE CONVERSION
    This X-ref is to allow packages to have a stable way to convert 'person file pointers' into 'new person file pointers'.
8983.11 DISPLAY HELP AT ENTRY TO LM LM;1 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 26, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter yes to display the help text before entering the editor.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to yes, a help text will be displayed before entering the editor.  This is used primarily for new users.
8983.12 ASK TERMINAL TYPE AT LM ENTRY LM;2 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter yes to ask the terminal type upon entry to the editor.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to yes, the terminal type will be asked upon entry to the editor.
8983.13 DEFAULT TERMINAL TYPE FOR LM LM;3 POINTER TO TERMINAL TYPE FILE (#3.2) TERMINAL TYPE(#3.2)

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 26, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field stores the default terminal type for a user.
8983.14 DISPLAY LM COMMANDS LM;4 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 26, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter yes to display the list of commands when entering the command mode.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to yes, the list of commands will be displayed at the bottom of the screen when entering the command mode.
8983.15 BRIGHT CHARS AT EXIT FROM LM LM;5 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 26, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter yes to leave the terminal in high intensity after exiting LetterMan.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    If set to yes, the terminal will be left in high intensity after exiting.
8983.16 DATE LAST ACCESSED LM WP LM;6 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ETR" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 28, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The date and time a user last accessed the LetterMan word processor document editor.
8983.17 TOTAL MINUTES USING LM WP LM;7 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999999999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 28, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the total minutes spent using the LetterMan Word Processor (Editor), from 0 to 999999999.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The total minutes a user has used the LetterMan word processor document editor.
8983.18 KEYSTROKES FROM LM WP LM;8 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999999999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 28, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the total number of keystrokes a user has typed from the word processor document editor, from 0 to 999999999.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field stores the total number of keystrokes a user has typed from the word processor document editor.
8983.5 SPELLING EXCEPTION DICTIONARY LM1;0 Multiple #200.0089831 200.0089831

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field stores the exception spelling dictionary for the user.
8983.51 DEFINED FORMATS FOR LM LM2;0 Multiple #200.0089832 200.0089832

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to store predefined format lines which a user can select from during editing.
8983.52 DEFINED PHRASES FOR LM LM3;0 Multiple #200.0089833 200.0089833

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field stores predefined phrases which can be inserted into the document during editing.
8983.6 LM LIMIT WP FIELDS TO EDIT LM4;0 Multiple #200.0089834 200.0089834

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used by the user to limit which word processing fields should be edited by LetterMan.
9000 VPID VPID;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>25!($L(X)<10) X
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 03, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 10-25 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The VA Person Identification Number which was assigned by the Person Service central system.  Used to uniquely identify a Person.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  200^AVPID
    1)= S ^VA(200,"AVPID",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^VA(200,"AVPID",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    Index of entries by VPID.  Will be used by Person Service when the XUPSVPID remote procedure is executed.

Found Entries, Total: 69

NAME: ANRVAPPLICATION,PROXY USER    NAME: AUTHORIZER,IB MRA    NAME: AUTHORIZER,IB REG    NAME: CENTRAL,PAID    NAME: CLINICAL,DEVICE PROXY SERVICE    NAME: EDILOCKBOX,AUTOMATIC    NAME: EDPTRACKING,PROXY    NAME: HCPS,APPLICATION PROXY    
NAME: HMP,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: HMP,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: HOWDY,BOT    NAME: INTERFACE,IB EIV    NAME: INTERFACE,IB RFI    NAME: KAAJEE,PROXY    NAME: LRLAB,AUTO RELEASE    NAME: LRLAB,AUTO VERIFY    
NAME: LRLAB,HL    NAME: LRLAB,POC    NAME: LRLAB,TASKMAN    NAME: NHIN,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: PATCH,USER    NAME: POSTMASTER    NAME: PRCA,AUTOAUDIT    NAME: PSOAPPLICATIONPROXY,PSO    
NAME: RADIOLOGY,OUTSIDE SERVICE    NAME: SCMC,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: SHARED,MAIL    NAME: TASKMAN,PROXY USER    NAME: USER,ELEVEN    NAME: USER,FIFTYFOUR    NAME: USER,FIFTYSEVEN    NAME: USER,FIFTYTHREE    
NAME: USER,FIFTYTWO    NAME: USER,FOURTY    NAME: USER,FOURTYEIGHT    NAME: USER,FOURTYFIVE    NAME: USER,FOURTYFOUR    NAME: USER,FOURTYONE    NAME: USER,FOURTYSEVEN    NAME: USER,FOURTYSIX    
NAME: USER,FOURTYTHREE    NAME: USER,NINETEEN    NAME: USER,ONE    NAME: USER,SEVENTEEN    NAME: USER,SIXTYFIVE    NAME: USER,SIXTYFOUR    NAME: USER,SIXTYSIX    NAME: USER,SIXTYTHREE    
NAME: USER,THIRTYEIGHT    NAME: USER,THIRTYFIVE    NAME: USER,THIRTYFOUR    NAME: USER,THIRTYNINE    NAME: USER,THIRTYONE    NAME: USER,THIRTYSEVEN    NAME: USER,THIRTYSIX    NAME: USER,THIRTYTHREE    
NAME: USER,THIRTYTWO    NAME: USER,THREE    NAME: USER,TWENTYONE    NAME: USER,TWENTYSEVEN    NAME: USER,TWENTYTHREE    NAME: USER,TWENTYTWO    NAME: USER,TWO    NAME: VIAASERVICE,RTLS APPLICATION PROXY    
NAME: VIABAPPLICATIONPROXY,VIAB    NAME: VPFS,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: VPR,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: VPRVDIF,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: XOBVTESTER,APPLICATION PROXY    

ICR, Total: 59

ICR LINK Subscribing Package(s) Fields Referenced Description
ICR #58
  • INTERIM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  • (ALL).
    Access:

    ALL (VA(200,D0,.13)).
    Access:

    SERVICE/SECTION (29).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    MAIL CODE (28).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    DOB (5).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #100
  • CREDENTIALS TRACKING
  • ICR #122
  • ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING
  • ICR #128
  • ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
  • ICR #170
  • Automated Medical Information Exchange
  • ICR #200
  • ADP PLANNING (PLANMAN)
  • ICR #224
  • OUTPATIENT PHARMACY
  • PHARMACY DATA MANAGEMENT
  • INTEGRATED BILLING
  • ICR #232
  • INPATIENT MEDICATIONS
  • ICR #332
  • RADIOLOGY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • ICR #334
  • OUTPATIENT PHARMACY
  • ICR #342
  • PROBLEM LIST
  • ICR #713
  • Automated Medical Information Exchange
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #973
  • REGISTRATION
  • INACTIVE DATE (53.4).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #976
  • LETTERMAN
  • ICR #1262 PAID EMPLOYEE (450).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #1332
  • RADIOLOGY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • STAFF REVIEW REQUIRED (70).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ALLOW VERIFYING OF OTHERS (71).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    CLASSIFICATION (72).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    RADIOLOGY INACTIVE DATE (73).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    RAD/NUC MED LOCATION ACCESS (74).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    These fields reside in the New Person File #200. TheRadiology/Nuclear Medicine reads and writes these fields using FileMancallable routines. There are direct global reads of the cross-references onthese fields. There are also some direct global reads of the fieldsthemselves.
    ICR #1366
  • HEALTH LEVEL SEVEN
  • (A xref to DUZ).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    (.1).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SIGNATURE BLOCK PRINTED NAME (20.2).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE (20.4).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    The existence of the node is checked to ensure that theaccess code exist.The second and forth piece are used to validate thesignature code.
    ICR #1376
  • NURSING SERVICE
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    SEX (4).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    DOB (5).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 1 (.111).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 2 (.112).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 3 (.113).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    CITY (.114).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STATE (.115).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ZIP CODE (.116).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ICR #1555
  • SCHEDULING
  • ICR #1867
  • IFCAP
  • ICR #1885
  • IFCAP
  • ICR #2094
  • PCE PATIENT CARE ENCOUNTER
  • INACTIVE DATE (53.4).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #2212
  • MAILMAN
  • OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    PHONE #3 (.133).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    PHONE #4 (.134).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    FAX NUMBER (.136).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    VOICE PAGER (.137).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    DIGITAL PAGER (.138).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 1 (.111).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 2 (.112).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STREET ADDRESS 3 (.113).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    CITY (.114).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    STATE (.115).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ZIP CODE (.116).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    PREFERRED EDITOR (31.3).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ICR #2589
  • Clinical Information Resource Network
  • COMMERCIAL PHONE (.135).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ICR #2709
  • LAB SERVICE
  • ICR #2715
  • REGISTRATION
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #2824
  • NURSING SERVICE
  • PHONE (HOME) (.131).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    PHONE #3 (.133).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    PHONE #4 (.134).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    COMMERCIAL PHONE (.135).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    FAX NUMBER (.136).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    VOICE PAGER (.137).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    DIGITAL PAGER (.138).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #3069
  • SCHEDULING
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #3272
  • INTEGRATED BILLING
  • ICR #3544
  • IMAGING
  • RADIOLOGY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • This is the cross-reference on the RAD/NUC MEDCLASSIFICATION field (#.01) of subfile (200.072). Used to determine theclassification of the end-user in Radiology.
    ICR #3641
  • M DATA EXTRACTOR
  • ICR #3858
  • Automated Medical Information Exchange
  • EMAIL ADDRESS (.151).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #4058
  • VISTALINK SECURITY
  • VERIFY CODE (11).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ^VA(200,DUZ,2,"AX1",1,_____) is the index on defaultdivision for the user. If they've designated a default division, the IEN ofthat division in the Insitution file will be the first sixth-level subscriptat the global location above.The A x-ref is used to obtain the user's DUZ from theencrypted value for the Access Code.
    ICR #4122
  • LAB SERVICE
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DISUSER (7).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    TERMINATION DATE (9.2).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DOB (5).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SEX (4).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    VPID (9000).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    NPI (41.99).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    KEY (.01).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    KEYS (51).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ICR #4297
  • ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE
  • OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    VOICE PAGER (.137).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DIGITAL PAGER (.138).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    INITIAL (1).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SIGNATURE BLOCK PRINTED NAME (20.2).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SIGNATURE BLOCK TITLE (20.3).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE (20.4).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ICR #4324
  • My HealtheVet
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    INITIAL (1).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ACCESS CODE (2).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    VERIFY CODE never expires (7.2).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    VERIFY CODE (11).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    MULTIPLE SIGN-ON (200.04).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ASK DEVICE TYPE AT SIGN-ON (200.05).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    PRIMARY MENU OPTION (201).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    The following X-Ref's are killed also:VA(200,"A",(access code)) ** (see note) VA(200,"AOLD"(access code)) **VA(200,MHV User number,"VOLD")** Note: Killed after verifying that it is assigned to MHV user only)
    ICR #4329
  • ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING
  • CLINICAL PROCEDURES
  • Text Integration Utility
  • IFCAP
  • TITLE (8).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SERVICE/SECTION (29).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ICR #4572
  • Text Integration Utility
  • ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING
  • ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE CODE (20.4).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    This is the user's electronic signature code globallocation.
    ICR #4674
  • REGISTRATION
  • ICR #4868
  • CLINICAL PROCEDURES
  • ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING
  • ICR #4948 NAME (.01).
    Access: Direct Global R/W & w/Fileman

    ACCESS CODE (2).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    TERMINATION DATE (9.2).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    VERIFY CODE (11).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SEX (4).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DOB (5).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    PRIMARY MENU OPTION (201).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    PAID EMPLOYEE (450).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    ADR Sequence Number (9001).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    PSIM UPDATE USER (9002).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    PSIM UPDATE DT (9003).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    VPID (9000).
    Access: Direct Global R/W & w/Fileman

    PERSON CLASS (.01).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    Effective Date (2).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    Expiration Date (3).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    VISITED FROM (.01).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SITE NAME (1).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    DUZ AT HOME SITE (2).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    VA(200,"AVPID" cross reference used to identify recordon the local VistA system by VPID.If Person Class (#200.05) multiple is defined forrecord, include Practitioner category in HL7 message.If Visited From (#200.06) multiple is defined for arecord, include Visitor category in HL7 message.New style index to build the "AXUPS" cross referencewhen a record is added to the New Person file or fields are edited.Process Pending Index option loops through cross reference to identify thoserecords that have been added or updated. Cross reference is killed after HL7message is generated.Enumeration options will kill this cross reference for a record after a B01 orB02 message is generated. If New Person file record does not meet enumerationrequirements, cross reference is killed.Index is built when the following fields are updated:Name (#.01) Access Code (#2) Sex (#4) DOB (#5) SSN (#9) Termination Date(#9.2) Verify Code (#11) Primary Menu Option (#201) PAID Employee (#450)Person Class (#8932.1)Reference to the 4th piece of VA(200,0) to capturenumber of entries in New Person (#200) file.
    ICR #5027
  • SCHEDULING
  • ICR #5077
  • RADIOLOGY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE
  • RAD/NUC MED CLASSIFICATION (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    Person Class (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    Effective Date (2).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ICR #5182
  • E Claims Management Engine
  • ICR #5406
  • Master Patient Index VistA
  • OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    DIVISION (16).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    DIVISION (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    SERVICE/SECTION (29).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    USER CLASS (9.5).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    User Class (.01).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ISPRIMARY (2).
    Access: Write w/Fileman

    ICR #5522
    ICR #5612
  • LAB SERVICE
  • SECONDARY MENU OPTIONS (203).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #5726
  • LAB SERVICE
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    VOICE PAGER (.137).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    DIGITAL PAGER (.138).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    SEX (4).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    DOB (5).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    SSN (9).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    NPI (41.99).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    DELEGATED KEYS (52).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    Defines VistA User information. New Style CrossReference tracking changes to indicated fields.References Security Keys held by the user associatedwith the respective DUZ record. New Style Cross Reference tracking changes toSecurity Keys held by user.
    ICR #5790
  • LAB SERVICE
  • DIVISION (16).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DIVISION (.01).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DEFAULT (1).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ICR #5899
  • IFCAP
  • NAME (.01).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ICR #5902
  • IFCAP
  • OFFICE PHONE (.132).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    COMMERCIAL PHONE (.135).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    EMAIL ADDRESS (.151).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #6008
  • My HealtheVet
  • DMMS UNITS (720).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    ICR #6169
  • SCHEDULING
  • SECONDARY MENU OPTIONS (203).
    Access: Direct Global Read & w/Fileman

    SECONDARY MENU OPTIONS (.01).
    Access: Direct Global R/W & w/Fileman

    ICR #6170
  • SCHEDULING
  • ICR #6178
  • SCHEDULING
  • ICR #6889
  • OUTPATIENT PHARMACY
  • TITLE (8).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    TERMINATION DATE (9.2).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DISUSER (7).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    REMARKS (53.9).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DETOX/MAINTENANCE ID NUMBER (53.11).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    INACTIVE DATE (53.4).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE II NARCOTIC (55.1).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE II NON-NARCOTIC (55.2).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE III NARCOTIC (55.3).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE III NON-NARCOTIC (55.4).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE IV (55.5).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    SCHEDULE V (55.6).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    DEA EXPIRATION DATE (747.44).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    NAME (.01).
    Access: Read w/Fileman

    SERVICE/SECTION (29).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    ICR #6916
  • ADVANCED PROSTHETICS ACQUISITION TOOL
  • PRIMARY MENU OPTION (201).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    NAME (.01).
    Access: Both R/W w/Fileman

    File 200 "AD" cross-reference Used to look up bySECONDARY MENUOPTIONS using FileMan API FIND^DICand direct global readFile 200 "AP" cross-reference Used to look up byPRIMARY MENU OPTIONusing FileMan API FIND^DIC anddirect global read
    ICR #7000
  • OUTPATIENT PHARMACY
  • ICR #10060 KEYS (50.1).
    Access: LAYGO

    All fields supported for Read w/FileMan only for "new"code. (Existing direct global reads will be phased out based on managementdecisions.) Top level .01 fields may not point to this file.These fields are fully accessible to the creatorpackage.

    External References

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    ^%DT .1217+1, .1218+1, 5+1, 9.2+1, 12.3+1, 12.5+1, 12.7+1, 12.8+1, 19.1+1, 30+1
    , 53.4+1, 53.94+1, 73+1, 202+1, 202.04+1, 202.05+1, 442.1+1, 747.113+1, 747.44+1, 900+1
    , 901+1, 8932.21+1, 8932.31+1, 8983.16+1
    HELP^%DTC 12.3(HELP )
    NOW^%DTC 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 2K), 19(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1S)
    YMD^%DTC 2.2+1, 11.2OT+1, 20.1OT+1
    EN^DDIOL ID1+1, ID28+1, IDW8+1, 53.3(HELP )
    ^DIC .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 9.3+1, 12.1+1, 12.4+1, 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 53.8+1, 101.02+1
    , 201+1, 654.1+1
    ^DICR .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4)
    19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    FILE^DIE IXADEGSL+1, IXADEGKL+1
    DT^DILF 12.3OT+1
    $$EXTERNAL^DILFD IDW8+1
    KILL450^PRSD450 9(XREF 5K)
    SET450^PRSD450 9(XREF 5S)
    $$FMTE^XLFDT 12.3OT+1
    DELCOMP^XLFNAME2 IXANAMEKL+1
    UPDCOMP^XLFNAME2 IXANAMESL+1
    $$FORMAT^XLFNAME7 IXBP1TL+1, .01+1, 20.2+1
    $$UP^XLFSTR 13(XREF 1S), 13(XREF 1K), 53.3+1, 501.1+1
    ^XMB .01(XREF 10S), 2OF9.2+1, 7(XREF 2S), 9.2(XREF 3S), 501.2(XREF 1K)
    REDOXP^XQ7 201(XREF 2S)
    LAYGO^XUA4A7 .01LAYGO1+1
    $$EN^XUA4A71 .01(XREF 9S), .01(XREF 9K)
    HUI^XUHUI IXAXUHUISL+1
    HUIKEY^XUHUI IXAXUHUIKEYSL+1, IXAXUHUIKEYKL+1
    XREF^XUMPI .01(XREF 3S), .01(XREF 3K), .111(XREF 1S), .111(XREF 1K), .112(XREF 1S), .112(XREF 1K), .113(XREF 1S), .113(XREF 1K), .114(XREF 1S), .114(XREF 1K)
    .115(XREF 1S), .115(XREF 1K), .116(XREF 1S), .116(XREF 1K), .131(XREF 1S), .131(XREF 1K), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1K), 5(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1K)
    9(XREF 3S), 9(XREF 3K), 41.99(XREF 2S), 41.99(XREF 2K), 53.2(XREF 2S), 53.2(XREF 2K)
    HLP1^XUOAAUTL 12.4(HELP )
    LC^XUS 14+1
    ACCED^XUS2 2.1+1
    VERED^XUS2 11.1+1
    $$PROVIDER^XUSER IXAUSERSL+1, IXAUSERKEYSL+1, IXAUSERKEYKL+1
    BULL^XUSER 501.2(XREF 1K)
    $$NETNM^XUSER1 501.1+1
    $$VALDEA^XUSER2 53.2+1
    VANUM^XUSER2 53.3+1
    $$COMP^XUSESIG3 10.6+1
    $$PATM^XUSESIG3 10.6+1
    HASH^XUSHSHP 20.4+1
    $$CHKDGT^XUSNPIE1 41.99+1
    CONTCL^XUSTERM1 201(XREF 3S), 201(XREF 3K)

    Global Variables Directly Accessed

    Name Line Occurrences  (* Changed,  ! Killed)
    ^%ZOSF( 200.09(XREF 1S)
    ^%ZOSF("TEST" 9(XREF 5S), 9(XREF 5K)
    ^DD( .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4)
    8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    ^DD("DD" 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 11.2OT+1, 20.1OT+1
    ^DD(200 .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 13S), 19(XREF 1S), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1K)
    8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    ^DG(43 - [#43] .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 13S), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S)
    ^DGRU(46.11 - [#46.11] .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4)
    ^DIC(19.1 - [#19.1] .01(XREF 8S)
    ^DIC(20.11 - [#20.11] 10.6+1
    ^VA(200 - [#200] IXADEGSL+1, IXADEGKL+1, IXANAMESL+1, IXAOIUIDSL+1*, IXAOIUIDKL+1!, IXAOIUIDKEIC+1!, IXATRSL+1*, IXATRKL+1!, IXATRKEIC+1!, IXAUSERSL+1*
    , IXAUSERKL+1!, IXAUSERKEIC+1!, IXAUSERKEYSL+1*, IXAUSERKEYKL+1!, IXAVISITSL+1*, IXAVISITKL+1!, IXAVISITKEIC+1!, IXBSL+1*, IXBKL+1!, IXBKEIC+1!
    , IXNPI42SL+1*, IXNPI42KL+1!, IXNPI42KEIC+1!, .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), .01(XREF 2S), .01(XREF 5S), .01(XREF 5K), .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 8K)
    .01(XREF 9S), .01(XREF 9K), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 1(XREF 1S), 1(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 2K)
    2(XREF 3S), 2.2+1, 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9+1, 9(XREF 1S), 9(XREF 1K), 9(XREF 2S), 9(XREF 2K)
    9(XREF 4S), 9(XREF 4K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 11(XREF 2K), 11.7(XREF 1S)
    11.7(XREF 1K), 12.5(XREF 1S), 12.5(XREF 1K), 13(XREF 1S), 13(XREF 1K), 14.9+1, 14.9(HELP ), 14.9(XREF 1S), 14.9(XREF 1K), 19(XREF 1S)
    19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.2+1, 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 29(XREF 1S), 29(XREF 1K), 41.99(XREF 1S), 41.99(XREF 1K)
    53.2(XREF 1S), 53.2(XREF 1K), 53.3(XREF 1S), 53.3(XREF 1K), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 201(XREF 1S), 201(XREF 1K), 205.1(XREF 1S), 205.1(XREF 1K)
    205.5(XREF 1S), 205.5(XREF 1K), 501.2+1, 501.2(XREF 1n2.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003), 501.2(XREF 2S), 501.2(XREF 2K), 654(XREF 1S), 654(XREF 1K), 654.1(XREF 1S)
    654.1(XREF 1K), 654.15(XREF 1S), 654.15(XREF 1K), 654.2+1, 654.2(XREF 1S), 654.2(XREF 1K), 654.3(XREF 1S), 654.3(XREF 1K), 902(XREF 1S), 902(XREF 1K)
    8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4), 8980.16(XREF 1S), 8980.16(XREF 1K)
    9000(XREF 1S), 9000(XREF 1K)
    ^XMB(3.6 - [#3.6] .01(XREF 10S), 7(XREF 2S), 9.2(XREF 3S), 501.2(XREF 1K)
    ^XTV(8989.3 - [#8989.3] 902(XREF 1S)
    ^XUSEC("PROVIDER" 8932.001+1

    Naked Globals

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    ^( 2.2+1, 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 14.9+1, 14.9(HELP )
    ^("USC2" 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    ^(0 ID1+1, IDW8+1, .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S)
    .01(XREF 13n1.4), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9+1, 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 14.9(HELP ), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4)
    53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003)
    ^(1 .01(XREF 5S), .01(XREF 5K)
    ^(1.1 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 2K)
    ^(19 19(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1n1.4)
    ^(20 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4)
    ^(5 ID28+1
    ^(501 501.2(XREF 1n2.002)

    Local Variables

    Legend:

    >> Not killed explicitly
    * Changed
    ! Killed
    ~ Newed

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    % 2OF9.2+1, 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9(XREF 5S), 9(XREF 5K), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 14.9(HELP ), 19(XREF 1S)
    8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1S)
    %DT .1217+1*, .1218+1*, 5+1*, 9.2+1*, 12.3+1*, 12.3(HELP ), 12.5+1*, 12.7+1*, 12.8+1*, 19.1+1*
    , 30+1*, 53.4+1*, 53.94+1*, 73+1*, 202+1*, 202.04+1*, 202.05+1*, 442.1+1*, 747.113+1*, 747.44+1*
    , 900+1*, 901+1*, 8932.21+1*, 8932.31+1*, 8983.16+1*
    %DT(0 12.7+1*!
    %H 2(XREF 3S), 2.2+1*, 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11.2OT+1*, 19(XREF 1S), 20.1OT+1*, 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1S)
    %I 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 2K), 19(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1S)
    >> D .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2)
    >> D0 .01(XREF 10S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 2(XREF 3S), 2.2+1, 7(XREF 1S)
    7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2S), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3S), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 11(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1S)
    20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 501.2(XREF 1K), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003), 8932.001+1
    8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    >> DA IXADEGSL+1, IXADEGKL+1, IXANAMESL+1, IXANAMEKL+1, IXAOIUIDSL+1, IXAOIUIDKL+1, IXATRSL+1, IXATRKL+1, IXAUSERSL+1, IXAUSERKL+1
    , IXAVISITSL+1, IXAVISITKL+1, IXBSL+1, IXBKL+1, IXNPI42SL+1, IXNPI42KL+1, .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), .01(XREF 2S), .01(XREF 3S)
    .01(XREF 3K), .01(XREF 5S), .01(XREF 5K), .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 8K), .01(XREF 9S), .01(XREF 9K), .01(XREF 10S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S)
    .01(XREF 13S), .111(XREF 1S), .111(XREF 1K), .112(XREF 1S), .112(XREF 1K), .113(XREF 1S), .113(XREF 1K), .114(XREF 1S), .114(XREF 1K), .115(XREF 1S)
    .115(XREF 1K), .116(XREF 1S), .116(XREF 1K), .131(XREF 1S), .131(XREF 1K), 1(XREF 1S), 1(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 2K)
    2(XREF 3S), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1K), 5(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2S), 9(XREF 1S), 9(XREF 1K)
    9(XREF 2S), 9(XREF 2K), 9(XREF 3S), 9(XREF 3K), 9(XREF 4S), 9(XREF 4K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3S), 11(XREF 1S)
    11(XREF 2K), 11.7(XREF 1S), 11.7(XREF 1K), 12.5(XREF 1S), 12.5(XREF 1K), 13(XREF 1S), 13(XREF 1K), 14.9+1, 14.9(HELP ), 14.9(XREF 1S)
    14.9(XREF 1K), 19(XREF 1S), 20.2+1, 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 29(XREF 1S), 29(XREF 1K), 41.99+1, 41.99(XREF 1S), 41.99(XREF 1K)
    41.99(XREF 2S), 41.99(XREF 2K), 53.2(XREF 1S), 53.2(XREF 1K), 53.2(XREF 2S), 53.2(XREF 2K), 53.3(XREF 1S), 53.3(XREF 1K), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S)
    200.09(XREF 1S), 201(XREF 1S), 201(XREF 1K), 201(XREF 3S), 201(XREF 3K), 205.1(XREF 1S), 205.1(XREF 1K), 205.5(XREF 1S), 205.5(XREF 1K), 501.1+1
    , 501.2+1, 501.2(XREF 1K), 501.2(XREF 2S), 501.2(XREF 2K), 654(XREF 1S), 654(XREF 1K), 654.1(XREF 1S), 654.1(XREF 1K), 654.15(XREF 1S), 654.15(XREF 1K)
    654.2(XREF 1S), 654.2(XREF 1K), 654.3(XREF 1S), 654.3(XREF 1K), 902(XREF 1S), 902(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    8980.16(XREF 1S), 8980.16(XREF 1K), 9000(XREF 1S), 9000(XREF 1K)
    >> DA(1 IXAUSERKEYSL+1, IXAUSERKEYKL+1, IXAVISITSL+1, IXAVISITKL+1, IXNPI42SL+1, IXNPI42KL+1
    >> DDH 9+1*
    >> DDH(1 9+1*
    >> DDH(2 9+1*
    DGEMP 14.9+1*, 14.9(HELP )
    DIC .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 9.3+1!*, 12.1+1!*, 12.4+1!*, 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 53.8+1!*, 101.02+1!*
    , 201+1!*, 654.1+1!*
    DIC("S" 7.2SCR+1*, 9.3+1*, 9.3SCR+1*, 12.1+1*, 12.1SCR+1*, 12.4+1*, 12.4SCR+1*, 53.8+1*, 53.8SCR+1*, 101.02+1*
    , 101.02SCR+1*, 201+1*, 201SCR+1*, 654.1+1*, 654.1SCR+1*
    DIC(0 .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2)
    >> DIE 9.3+1, 12.1+1, 12.4+1, 53.8+1, 101.02+1, 201+1, 654.1+1
    DIERR IXADEGSL+1~, IXADEGKL+1~, 12.3OT+1~
    >> DIG .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4)
    19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    >> DIH .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4)
    19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    >> DIU .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 13S), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4)
    19(XREF 1S), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    DIV .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n1.4), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S)
    9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 19(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2S)
    53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    DIV(0 .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n1.4), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 2(XREF 3S)
    7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 19(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4)
    20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4)
    8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    DT IXATRSL+1, .01(XREF 2S), 12.7+1, 53.94+1
    DUZ .01(XREF 2S), 11(XREF 1S), 200.09(XREF 1S)
    I 10.6+1~*
    I(0 .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2)
    >> SOWKNEW 654.1+1, 654.2+1, 654.3+1
    U ID1+1, ID28+1, IDW8+1, IXADEGSL+1, IXADEGKL+1, IXANAMESL+1, IXAUSERKEYSL+1, IXAUSERKEYKL+1, .01(XREF 5S), .01(XREF 5K)
    .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n1.4), .01(XREF 13n89.2)
    2(XREF 3S), 2.2+1, 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 11(XREF 1S)
    11(XREF 1n1.4), 19(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2)
    53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003), 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.3(XREF 1S)
    8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1n2.4)
    X IXADEGSL+1, IXATRSCC+1*, IXBSL+1, IXBKL+1, IXBP1TL+1*, IXNPI42SL+1, IXNPI42KL+1, .01+1!*, .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K)
    .01(XREF 5S), .01(XREF 5K), .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 8K), .01(XREF 9S), .01(XREF 9K), .01(XREF 10S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n2.4), .01(XREF 11n89.2)
    .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n1.4), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n1.4), .01(XREF 13n89.2), .111+1!, .112+1!, .113+1!, .114+1!
    , .116+1!, .1211+1!, .1212+1!, .1213+1!, .1214+1!, .1216+1!, .1217+1*!, .1218+1*!, .131+1!, .132+1!
    , .133+1!, .134+1!, .135+1!, .136+1!, .137+1!, .138+1!, .141+1!, .151+1!, 1+1!, 1(XREF 1S)
    1(XREF 1K), 2+1!, 2OF9.2+1!, 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 2K), 2(XREF 3S), 2.2+1*, 3+1!, 5+1*!
    7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2S), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9+1!, 9(XREF 1S), 9(XREF 1K), 9(XREF 2S), 9(XREF 2K), 9(XREF 4S)
    9(XREF 4K), 9(XREF 5S), 9(XREF 5K), 9.2+1*!, 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3S), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 9.3+1*!
    , 9.4+1!, 10.6+1!, 11(XREF 1S), 11(XREF 1n1.4), 11(XREF 2K), 11.2OT+1, 11.7+1!, 11.7(XREF 1S), 11.7(XREF 1K), 12.1+1*!
    , 12.3+1*!, 12.4+1*!, 12.5+1*!, 12.5(XREF 1S), 12.5(XREF 1K), 12.7+1*!, 12.8+1*!, 13+1!, 13(XREF 1S), 13(XREF 1K)
    , 14+1!, 14.9+1!, 14.9(XREF 1S), 14.9(XREF 1K), 15+1!, 19(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1n1.4), 19.1+1*!, 19.2+1!, 20.1+1!
    , 20.1OT+1, 20.2+1!, 20.3+1!, 20.4+1!, 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2n1.4), 20.4(XREF 2K), 20.4(XREF 2n2.4), 28+1!, 29(XREF 1S)
    29(XREF 1K), 30+1*!, 31.1+1!, 31.2+1!, 41.99+1!, 41.99(XREF 1S), 41.99(XREF 1K), 50.1+1!, 53.11+1!, 53.2+1!
    53.2(XREF 1S), 53.2(XREF 1K), 53.3+1*!, 53.3(XREF 1S), 53.3(XREF 1K), 53.4+1*!, 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n1.4), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S)
    53.5(XREF 3n1.4), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 53.8+1*!, 53.9+1!, 53.92+1!, 53.94+1*!, 73+1*!, 101.02+1*!, 125+1!, 200.08+1!
    200.09(XREF 1S), 200.1+1!, 200.19+1!, 201+1*!, 201(XREF 1S), 201(XREF 1K), 202+1*!, 202.02+1!, 202.04+1*!, 202.05+1*!
    , 202.2+1!, 203.1+1!, 205.1+1!, 205.1(XREF 1S), 205.1(XREF 1K), 205.2+1!, 205.3+1!, 205.4+1!, 205.5+1!, 205.5(XREF 1S)
    205.5(XREF 1K), 442.1+1*!, 501.1+1!*, 501.2+1!, 501.2(XREF 1K), 501.2(XREF 1n2.001), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003), 501.2(XREF 2S), 501.2(XREF 2K)
    , 654.1+1*!, 654.1(XREF 1S), 654.1(XREF 1K), 654.15(XREF 1S), 654.15(XREF 1K), 654.2+1!, 654.2(XREF 1S), 654.2(XREF 1K), 654.3+1!, 654.3(XREF 1S)
    654.3(XREF 1K), 747.113+1*!, 747.44+1*!, 900+1*!, 901+1*!, 902(XREF 1S), 902(XREF 1K), 910.1+1!, 910.2+1!, 8932.001+1*
    , 8932.2+1!, 8932.2(XREF 1S), 8932.2(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.2(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.21+1*!, 8932.3+1!, 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1n1.4), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    8932.3(XREF 1n2.4), 8932.31+1*!, 8980.16(XREF 1S), 8980.16(XREF 1K), 8983.16+1*!, 8983.17+1!, 8983.18+1!, 9000+1!, 9000(XREF 1S), 9000(XREF 1K)
    X(1 IXAOIUIDSL+1, IXAOIUIDKL+1, IXAUSERSL+1, IXAVISITSL+1, IXAVISITKL+1
    X(2 IXAOIUIDSL+1, IXAOIUIDKL+1, IXAVISITSL+1, IXAVISITKL+1
    X(3 IXAUSERSL+1
    >> X1 .01(XREF 2S), .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 8K)
    >> X1(1 IXAUSERKL+1
    >> X1(11 IXATRSCC+1
    >> X2 .01(XREF 8S), .01(XREF 8K)
    >> X2(1 IXADEGSL+1, IXADEGKL+1, IXANAMESL+1, IXANAMEKL+1, IXAUSERKL+1
    >> X2(11 IXATRSCC+1
    >> X2(2 IXAUSERKL+1
    XLFNAME IXBP1TL+1~*
    XLFNC IXANAMESL+1!*, .01+1!*
    XMB .01(XREF 10S), 2OF9.2+1*!, 7(XREF 2S), 9.2(XREF 3S), 501.2(XREF 1K)
    XMB(1 .01(XREF 10S), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 501.2(XREF 1n2.001)
    XMB(2 9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002)
    XMB(3 501.2(XREF 1n2.003)
    XMY .01(XREF 10S), 7(XREF 2S), 9.2(XREF 3S), 501.2(XREF 1K)
    XMY( 2OF9.2+1*
    XUFDA IXADEGSL+1~, IXADEGKL+1~
    XUFDA(20 IXADEGSL+1*, IXADEGKL+1*
    XUITNAME IXANAMESL+1!, .01+1
    XUMSG IXADEGSL+1~, IXADEGKL+1~
    XUNODEGT IXADEGSL+1~*, IXADEGKL+1~*
    XUNOTRIG IXANAMESL+1~*, IXANAMEKL+1~*
    XUPVAL IXADEGSL+1~*, IXADEGKL+1~*, IXANAMESL+1~*
    XUSSAN 501.2+1~*
    Y .01(XREF 10S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13S), .01(XREF 13n89.2), .1217+1, .1218+1, 2OT+1*
    2(XREF 3S), 5+1, 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2S), 9+1*, 9.2+1, 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3S)
    9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 9.3+1, 11OT+1*, 11(XREF 1S), 11.2OT+1*, 12.1+1, 12.3+1, 12.3OT+1*, 12.4+1, 12.5+1
    , 12.7+1, 12.8+1, 19(XREF 1S), 19.1+1, 20.1OT+1*, 20.4OT+1*, 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 30+1, 53.4+1
    53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3S), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 53.8+1, 53.94+1, 73+1, 101.02+1, 201+1, 202+1
    , 202.04+1, 202.05+1, 442.1+1, 501.2(XREF 1K), 654.1+1, 747.113+1, 747.44+1, 900+1, 901+1, 8932.2(XREF 1S)
    8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.21+1, 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K), 8932.31+1, 8983.16+1
    Y(0 .01(XREF 10S), .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 13S), 2OT+1*, 7(XREF 2S), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3S), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001), 9.2(XREF 3n1.002)
    , 11OT+1*, 11.2OT+1*, 12.3OT+1*, 20.1OT+1*, 20.4OT+1*, 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S), 501.2(XREF 1K), 501.2(XREF 1n2.001), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002)
    501.2(XREF 1n2.003)
    Y(1 .01(XREF 11n89.2), .01(XREF 12n89.2), .01(XREF 13n89.2), 2(XREF 3S), 7(XREF 1S), 7(XREF 1K), 7(XREF 2n1.001), 9.2(XREF 1S), 9.2(XREF 2K), 9.2(XREF 3n1.001)
    9.2(XREF 3n1.002), 11(XREF 1S), 19(XREF 1S), 20.4(XREF 2S), 20.4(XREF 2K), 53.5(XREF 2n89.2), 53.5(XREF 3n89.2), 501.2(XREF 1n2.002), 501.2(XREF 1n2.003), 8932.2(XREF 1S)
    8932.2(XREF 1K), 8932.3(XREF 1S), 8932.3(XREF 1K)
    Y(101 .01(XREF 11K), .01(XREF 12S), .01(XREF 13S), 53.5(XREF 2S), 53.5(XREF 3S)
    Z 10.6+1~*
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