[Histonet] Meditech users
SBarnes <@t> elch.org
Mon Aug 25 11:39:08 CDT 2003
Procedures can be added to specimen types. We have mneumonics for each type
of tissue we see. Attached to this is each procedure that is normally done.
It defaults in and can be deleted if necessary. We also have views set up
with the specimen type that will pull in results from the clinical and micro
lab. This can be viewed by the pathologist while screening the slides.
From: Tom McNemar [mailto:TMcNemar <@t> lmhealth.org]
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 1:44 PM
To: 'Tapper, Sheila'; histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Meditech users
I don't know what version you're working with but we have 4.9 and I may be
wrong but I don't think you can link procedures to a specific tissue
mnemonic. The only way that I know of is to create a new Medical Term for
those specimens. At the Term Type prompt, enter TIS (tissue) then on the
second screen, you can enter default procedures. You would then enter this
as a procedure and it will explode the attached procedures. I have used it
for bone marrows. I know it's not quite what you're looking for but
entering one procedure is a little better than entering three. As for
labels, we don't use them so I can't help you there.
Tom Mc Nemar HT(ASCP)
Licking Memorial Hospital
From: Tapper, Sheila [mailto:STapper <@t> slhduluth.com]
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 12:50 PM
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Meditech users
We are currently implementing the Meditech computer system. I am interested
in talking with anyone who has experience with building the Histology
portion. We are experiencing great difficulty in trying to streamline the
entry of specimens with tests attached to the specimens. For example: a
liver biopsy with an iron, trichrome and retic stain attached. We would
like to have the tests attached to the specimen, and be able to print labels
for the slides as well. Can anyone out there help me find the answer?
St. Luke's Hospital
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