[Histonet] Fwd: Re: Monday deployed changes to worklist processing

Maureen Griffo mgriffo <@t> u.washington.edu
Fri Aug 26 13:40:11 CDT 2011


Jeff's email below is a message that they have successfully re-directed 
the ICC recut (automatic H&E request) to the IP worklist now.  The 
unstained slides have also been re-directed there as the majority of 
these requests are for IHC and or FISH.  This lets all have the same 
visual around the unstained slides that were ordered and cut.

Both teams need to keep your eyes on this and get feedback to us 
promptly if you see any issues.  Thanks much!  Let me know of your 


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Re: Monday deployed changes to worklist processing
Date: 	Fri, 26 Aug 2011 10:52:59 -0700
From: 	Jeff Cochran <jeff <@t> pathology.washington.edu>
To: 	Maureen Griffo <mgriffo <@t> u.washington.edu>

Yep. You coming here? Me go to your place?

On 8/26/2011 10:41 AM, Maureen Griffo wrote:
>  Hi Jeff,
>  Do you have a moment to chat about this in ~15 minutes?
>  Thanks,
>  Maureen
>  On 8/25/2011 9:19 AM, Jeff Cochran wrote:
>>  Maureen,
>>  Monday morning (while the Bond is being restarted), we'll deploy the
>>  alterations to the Bond interface that allow:
>>  1) Non-staining orders to appear on a worklist monitored for the
>>  Bond. Orders ICC US and ICC Recut will appear on the IP Worksheet
>>  worklist with no messages directed to the Bond. Worklist modification
>>  to orders for tests on the Bond will have the same affect as current.
>>  For example, moving an order from IP Worksheet to another ICC
>>  worklist will send a cancel-order message to the Bond (common for
>>  managing research cases). Worklist modification to orders for tests
>>  not implemented on the Bond will behave correctly (e.g., moving an
>>  order for FISH to the IP Worksheet worklist will not cause a message
>>  to be sent to the Bond).
>>  2) Procedures configured both by worklist (in routing) and through
>>  declaration of a "protocol name" for the Bond. The "protocol name" is
>>  the Bond's "public name" for a test. The feature allows multiple LIS
>>  procedures mapped to a single Bond test, supporting the CAP-directed
>>  alterations in resulting for breast panel tests.
>>  As part of the rework to add these new features, significant work has
>>  been done to increase stability and scalability in the Bond
>>  interface, and to access more LIS data when auto-generating negative
>>  control and H&E orders.
>>  Please let everyone know and please ask that they keep their eyes
>>  open for any problems on Monday. I'll be keeping the day open for any
>>  problems that may arise and the team should feel free to grab me or,
>>  preferably, open a high-priority tech request if they need to.
>>  Thanks,
>>  Jeff

Jeff Cochran
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