This file is populated by laboratory software based on DSS's criteria of laboratory products. The filter logic is coded in the routine LRCAPV3. This routine controls/filter which workload codes should be placed into this file. Laboratory Site file has a field which stop or starts the collection of workload data for DSS purposes. Field COLLECT WKLD LOG FILE DATA (#616) of the LABORTORY SITE FILE (#69.9) should be edited as required. This file has been converted to be used exclusively by DSS software to collect laboratory workload for DSS defined products. DSS software is responsible for removing the entries from this file based on their time table and file size.
.01seq number(+)0;1NUMERIC This field is simply to index the file. This is an arbitrary number.
1provider0;2POINTER200 This is a pointer to VA(200. It does not have a screen for the provider security key.
2patient name0;3VARIABLE-POINTER2, 62.3, 67, 67.1, 67.2, 67.3 This field may also contain names of controls, referrals and other names not just patients.
3date complete(+)0;4DATE-TIMEAC This is the date the test procedure was completed. Each verified lab test may have more than one WKLD Code associated with it.
4reporting site0;5POINTER4 This is the institution where the test was verified. It is the user's DUZ(2). Several institutions maybe recorded for a single lab test, but one per Cap procedure.
5location type0;6SET OF CODESC:CLINIC
This is the classification of the ordering location.
6accession area0;7POINTER68 This is the accession area where the test is to be performed.
7lab test name0;8POINTER60 This the name of the lab test ordered. It can be a single test or a panel. The Cap code is associated with this lab test.
8urgency of test0;9POINTER62.05 This is the requested urgency of the lab test. WKL represent a test cap code which was generated solely because of workload logic. This test was not actually ordered but artificially generated to support workload functions. WKL can not be requested by users.
9treating specialty0;10POINTER45.7 This is not the PTF treating specialty.
10wkld code0;11POINTER64 If the WKLD code was generated by the workload software, the name will have a '~' (tildy) in the name and the internal file number will be greater than 9999.
11lridt0;12FREE TEXT This is number is 9999999-(accession date/time) or inverse date time. This number is use as a node subscript in the ^LR file to store the results of lab test. ie. ^LR(LRDFN,"CH",LRIDT,DATA NAME)=TEST RESULT^FLAGS
12date collected(+)0;13DATE-TIMEAD This field contains the date the specimen was collected.
13date ordered(+)0;14DATE-TIMEAE This the original date the lab test was ordered.
14hospital location0;15POINTER44 This is the location from which the lab test was ordered. This field can also be used to determine the PTF treating specialty.
15accession file index0;16FREE TEXT This is a compound field used to navigate back into the accession file. Each subscript is separated by vertical bar '|', the structure is as follows: Accession area Pointer|Accession date|Accession number|Lab Test pointer ^LRO(68,11,1,2920212,1,3,1,175,0)=...... Looks like 11|2920212|3|175 You can then get back to the entry in the Accession file (#68).
16specimen0;17POINTER61The specimen which is associated with this workload procedure.
17date of extract1;0MULTIPLE64.317
18lab billable procedure2;1BOOLEANY:YES
If a "Y" is entered it will indicate that the test is considered to be a billable LMIP procedure (lab billable means Lab staff workload).
19dss feeder key2;2BOOLEAN1:YES
If a "Y" is entered it indicates the WKLD Code should be used for DSS Laboratory data collection.
20data name2;3FREE TEXTThis field is the lab Data Name.
21data location2;4FREE TEXTThe Data Location field is only populated if a test is a non-panel test and is part of the CHEM, HEM, TOX, SER, RIA, etc. area.
22pathologist2;5POINTER200This field will hold the primary pathologist for lab tests in the "AU", "CY", "SP", and "EM" subscripts, if it exists. For the "CY" subscript, the person identified here could also be a cytotech but only in neg GYN cases.

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