MENTAL HEALTH (100)    PACKAGE (9.4)

Name Value
NAME MENTAL HEALTH
PREFIX YS
DEVELOPER (PERSON/SITE) Mark Devlin - Dallas ISC
*LOWEST FILE NUMBER 90
*HIGHEST FILE NUMBER 628
DEVELOPMENT ISC Dallas ISC
CLASS National
ADDITIONAL PREFIXES
  • RUCL
SHORT DESCRIPTION Version 5.01 of Mental Health
VERSION
  • 5.01
    DATE DISTRIBUTED:   2005-11-19 00:00:00
    PATCH APPLICATION HISTORY:
    • 21 SEQ #20
      DATE APPLIED:   1996-09-03 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 32 SEQ #29
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-09-22 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch is being released to correct problems with YS*5.01*30.
      
    • 172 SEQ #130
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-05 09:44:23
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Add Personal Health Inventory (PHI) as a new mental health instrument.
      
    • 173b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-09 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*173 on Apr 09, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 173 SEQ #131
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-09 10:26:47
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This build inactivates the "I9" instruments, as they have been superseded 
      by the C-SSRS screener.  The C-SSRS has been set so that it must be 
      completed in one session.  New versions of the PROMIS29 are added.
      
    • 175b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-20 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*175 on Apr 20, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 175 SEQ #132
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-20 15:05:28
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See FORUM Patch Description.
      
    • 171b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-22 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*171 on Apr 22, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 171 SEQ #133
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-22 12:32:56
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following issues:
       
      1. If a user elects to produce an XML Export by location, validation is
         not referencing the correct location file.
      2. The user is not allowed to gracefully exit various prompts by entering 
         "^" or return.
      
    • 158b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-05-12 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*158 on May 12, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 158 SEQ #134
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-05-12 15:16:15
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Mental Health web application support
      
    • 174b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-06-10 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*174 on Jun 10, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 33 SEQ #30
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-11-27 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This enhancement patch will introduce the Global Assessment of Functioning 
      (GAF) to the Mental Health software.  This patch introduces two alternate 
      ways of entering a GAF score (Axis 5) and two new reports.  The existing
      Diagnostic software has been modified to now accept the GAF score from 100-1.
      
    • 174 SEQ #135
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-06-10 10:02:37
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Add Case Mix Index as an instrument.
      
    • 170
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-07-01 11:28:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information. This build 
      updates the DLL version for the YS BROKER1 option.
      
    • 177b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-07-01 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*177 on Jul 01, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    • 177 SEQ #138
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-07-01 11:30:33
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      New Instruments:  SRCS, NPO-Q, B-IPF
      
    • 178 SEQ #141
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-09-20 13:14:46
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      MHA WEB STAFF ENTRY UDPATE
      
    • 29 SEQ #31
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-11-27 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The Mental Health protocol YS PATIENT MOVEMENT, which is part of the DGPM 
      MOVEMENT EVENTS protocol, has been modified to run silent when invoked by 
      Order Entry/Results Reporting.
      
    • 37 SEQ #32
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-04-17 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch has all changes for Mental Health V. 5.01 to be Year 2000 compliant.
      
    • 38 SEQ #33
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-07-25 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will introduce the following changes to the Addiction Survey Index
      software.  Three new options have been included: ASI Case Finder [YSAS CASE 
      FINDER], ASI Followup Finder [YSAS FOLLOWUP FINDER] and Site Report by Date
      [YSAS MANAGEMENT REPORT].  The ASI software will now produce a narrative report 
      for the followup ASI.  The addition of a signature block has been added to the
      narrative reports.  Also included in this patch are numerous NOIS fixes.  See
      patch description for a complete list.
      
    • 40 SEQ #34
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-09-23 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See National Patch Module YS*5.01*40 for details of this patch.
      
      
    • 41 SEQ #35
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-09-23 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See National Patch Module YS*5.01*41 for details of this patch.
      
      
      
    • 44 SEQ #36
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-09-23 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See National Patch Module patch YS*5.01*44 for details.
      
    • 45 SEQ #37
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-10-07 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The new Case Finder routine ^YSASCF introduced by patch YS*5.01*38 obtains
      OP diagnosis information from the Outpatient Diagnosis file (#409.43).
      Scheduling patch SD*5.3*132, released shortly after the Mental Health patch,
      begins storing this data in the V POV file (#9000010.07). Therefore, after
      sites install SD*5.3*132, the case finder (^YSASCF) will no longer find
      outpatients because file #409.43 is no longer being updated.  Routine
      YSASCF as released with patch YS*5.01*38 will be modified in this patch to
      pull the information from the new file.
      
    • 46 SEQ #38
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-10-16 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
       Some sites are getting errors while trying to install Mental Health patches
       
       This is caused by old entries in the PACKAGE (#9.4) file confusing the install.
       During installation of a Mental Health patch, the install looks at the
       PREFIX field (#1) of the PACAKAGE file (#9.4).  If it contains "YS", it
       then refers to the history for that package to verify that the required
       patches have been installed.  Any entries that contain the "YS" prefix but
       do not contain "Version 5.01 of Mental Health" in the SHORT DESCRIPTION
       field (#2), cause the install to look at the wrong history.  The install
       aborts because it does not find the required patches.
       
       when required mental health builds exist in the REQUIRED BUILDS field (#11) of
       This patch corrects the problem by executing routine YSPOS46 to "clean up"
       the PACKAGE file.  This routine is included as a post installation routine
       for this patch.  During the installation, the user is asked if they would
       like to 'Delete old package file entries?'  If the user says 'Yes', all but
       the current version 5.01 Mental Health entry is deleted.  If the user
       answers 'No', the old "YS" prefix entries in the "C" cross reference of the
       PACKAGE file (^DIC(9.4,"C","YS",0)) are renamed to YS1, YS2, YS3, etc.  Only
       the current version 5.01 entry is left unchanged.
       
       PLEASE NOTE THAT NOTHING IS INSTALLED WITH THIS PATCH.  IT CONSISTS ONLY OF
       the Kids BUILD file (#9.6).  The install will abort stating that a required
       THE USER QUESTION DURING INSTALLATION AND EXECUTION OF POST INSTALLATION
       ROUTINE YSPOS46.
        
       patch is missing.  However, when the site checks on the missing patch, they
       discover that the patch IS installed.  This became evident when test sites
       were attempting to install YS*5.01*44 which required patch YS*5.01*38 to be
       installed.  The install would abort saying that patch 38 is not installed
       even though it was.  (This same error occurred when test sites were
       attempting to install YS*5.01*45.)
      
    • 22 SEQ #21
      DATE APPLIED:   1996-10-02 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 42 SEQ #39
      DATE APPLIED:   1998-10-16 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
       VHA Directive, 97-059, dated November 25, 1997, "Instituting Global
       of GAF score data in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).
       The API's are described as follows:
       
       API entry point RET^YSGAF(YSX) retrieves GAF score information from the
       DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).  It returns the latest GAF
       score and diagnosis date/time for the patient based on the internal entry
       number (variable YSX) passed into the API.  The score/date is returned in the
       form of a concatenated string.  If no GAF data is found, -1 is returned.
       
       API entry point UPD^YSGAF(YSPN,YSGN,YSGD,YSGC,YSPT) is designed to store
       Assessment of Function (GAF) Scores in Axis V Mental Health Patients", has
       patient GAF score information in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH
       file (#627.8).  The following information is passed into this call:
       
              YSPN    Patient name -  Pointer to the PATIENT file (#2)
              YSGN    GAF score (Axis 5)
              YSGD    Date/Time of diagnosis
              YSGC    Diagnosis by -  Pointer to the NEW PERSON file (#200)
              YSPT    Patient type -  'I'npatient or 'O'utpatient
       
       This API updates new field PATIENT TYPE (#66) in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS -
       been released.  This directive provides guidelines for collection of GAF
       MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8) which was created to store the patient type of
       the GAF record.  It is a set of codes consisting of 'I' for inpatient and 'O'
       for outpatient.
       
       This API routine call creates a new record with the above information in the
       DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8) in order to maintain a
       historical record of GAF scores for an individual patient.
       
         Associated NOIS:   None
       
       Scores for outpatients and inpatients.  Inpatient Axis V (GAF) scores have
         Test Site(s):      Canandaigua, NY
                            Tuscaloosa, AL
       
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                                     Checksum Values
       been collected for several years, but up to now there has been no provision
       
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YS42ENV                     N/A            2916949         42
         YSGAF                  12321822           13001186         33,37,40,42
       
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
       for collection of GAF Scores for outpatients.  Storage will be in the VISTA
       
         1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
            This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
            system.
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
            following options:
       
       Mental Health software package.
                       Print Transport Global
                       Compare Transport Global to Current System
                       Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                       Backup a Transport Global
       
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done at
            off peak hours.
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes.
       
       
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*42' and proceed
            with install.
       
         6. Delete routine YS42ENV.
       
       This patch contains two new API's that are used for the storage/retrieval
      
    • 43 SEQ #40
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-01-19 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      VHA Directive, 97-059, dated November 25, 1997, "Instituting Global 
      The GAF initiative is using the VISTA HL7 software to transport the GAF 
         YSDX3B                 11950549           11117228         33,43
         YSGAF                  13001186           13161211         33,37,40,42,43
         YSGAFHL7               N/A                 5831582         43
         YSGAFOBX               N/A                 3398570         43
         YSGAFTR                N/A                 2685760         43
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
              1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu. This
                 option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
      score data onto the Austin Automation Center (AAC) system.  An A08 HL7 
                 system.
              2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                 system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
                 global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
                 following options:
        
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
      message will be used to transmit GAF Scores to the National Patient
        
              3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
              4. Users may remain on the system.
              5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation of
                 this patch requires no additional memory space.
              6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option 
                 'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*43' and proceed
                 with install.
              7. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
                 and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      Care Database (NPCD). This message contains the MSH, EVN, PID and OBX
              8. Follow the HL LOGICAL LINK [YS GAF-SND] set up example below.
              9. WARNING!!! This part should be done at off peak hours.  
                 Execute the call point EN^YSGAFTR.  An example of the running 
                 the call point is below.
             10. Delete YS43POST. 
       
       
      Example of the HL Logical Link [YS GAF-SND] set up 
      --------------------------------------------------
      VAH,DEV>D ^XUP
      segments.
       
      Setting up programmer environment
      Terminal Type set to: C-VT320
       
      Select OPTION NAME: EVE
                          ---
           1   EVE          Systems Manager Menu
           2   EVENT CAPTURE DATA ENTRY  ECENTER        Event Capture Data Entry
           3   EVENT CAPTURE EXTRACT  ECXEC        Event Capture Extract
           4   EVENT CAPTURE MANAGEMENT MENU  ECMGR        Event Capture 
       
                                                           Management Menu
           5   EVENT CAPTURE MENU  ECMENU        Event Capture Menu
      CHOOSE 1-5:    EVE        Systems Manager Menu
                     ---
       
                Core Applications ...
                Device Management ...
         FM     VA FileMan ...
                Manage Mailman ...
                Menu Management ...
      This patch will allow the sites to transmit GAF scores to the National 
                Programmer Options ...
                Operations Management ...
                Spool Management ...
                System Security ...
                Taskman Management ...
                User Management ...
                Application Utilities ...
                Capacity Management ...
                HL7 Main Menu ...
       
      Patient Care Database (NPCD) at the AAC.  Sites will be able to transmit GAF
      Select Systems Manager Menu Option: HL7 Main Menu
                                          -------------
       
         1      V1.5 OPTIONS ...
         2      V1.6 OPTIONS ...
         3      Activate/Inactivate Application
         4      Print/Display Menu ...
         5      Purge Message Text File Entries
       
      Select HL7 Main Menu Option: 2  V1.6 OPTIONS
      scores in a batch mode using the call point EN^YSGAFTR.  EN^YSGAFTR will
                                   - 
       
         1      Communications Server ...
         2      Interface Workbench
         3      Message Requeuer
       
      Select V1.6 OPTIONS Option: 1  Communications Server
                                  -
       
         1      Edit Communication Server parameters
      prompt the user for a date range, this date range will be the selection
         2      Manage incoming & outgoing filers ...
         3      Monitor incoming & outgoing filers
         4      Start LLP
         5      Stop LLP
         6      Systems Link Monitor
         7      Logical Link Queue Management ...
         8      Report
       
      Select Communications Server Option: 4  Start LLP
                                           -
      Assessment of Function (GAF) Scores in Axis V Mental Health Patients", has 
      criteria that is used when determining the GAF scores to be transmitted to 
      This option is used to launch the lower level protocol for the
      appropriate device.  Please select the node with which you want
      to communicate
       
      Select HL LOGICAL LINK NODE: YS GAF-SND  
                                   ----------
       
           Select one of the following:
       
                F         FOREGROUND
      the NPCD at the AAC.  The batch processing will allow sites to initially 
                B         BACKGROUND
                Q         QUIT
       
      Method for running the receiver: B// ACKGROUND
                                           ---------
      Job was queued as 229301.
       
       
      Select Communications Server Option: <CR> 
                                            --
      populate GAF Scores at the NPCD.
       
      Example of GAF Batch Transmission
      ---------------------------------
         >D EN^YSGAFTR
          
             [At the prompt, enter the start date, this] 
             [date will be the beginning date range    ] 
             [used in the selection criteria.          ]
       
         >Enter start date :  (10/1/97 - 12/31/99): 10/1/97  (OCT 01, 1997)
       
                                                    -------
       
             [At the prompt, enter the stop date, this ]
             [date will be the ending date range       ] 
             [used in the selection criteria.          ]
       
         >Enter stop date :  (10/1/97 - 12/31/99): 12/31/99  (DEC 31, 1999)
      After the running of the batch transmission of GAF scores, all GAF scores 
      entered will be dynamically sent to the NPCD at the AAC.
      
      The new Q-NPT.DOMAIN.EXT domain, which receives the HL7 messages,
      implementation instructions are released by MailMan XM*DBA*119 informational
      patch. 
      been released.  This directive provides guidelines for collection of GAF 
       
      The (G)lobal (A)ssessment of (F)unction Transmission patch components are:
              - 4 New routines, YS43POST, YSGAFHL7, YSGAFOBX, YSGAFTR
              - 2 Patched routines, YSDX3B, YSGAF
              - 2 New mail groups, YS GAF TO NPCD, YS GAF TRANSMISSION ACK
              - 2 New Protocols, YS GAF, YS GAF A08 CLIENT
              - 1 New HL7 Application Parameter, YS GAF
              - 1 New HL Lower Level Protocol Parameter, YS GAF SEND
              - 1 New HL Logical Link, YS GAF-SND
       
      Scores for outpatients and inpatients.  Inpatient Axis V (GAF) scores have 
      GAF Mail Groups
      ---------------
      YS GAF TO NPCD: This mail group is used for transmission of HL7 messages 
      derived from the parameters defined in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL 
      HEALTH file (#627.8) to the AAC.
       
      YS GAF TRANSMISSION ACK: This mail group is used to receive Confirmation 
      and Processing Report Messages from Austin.  
       
      Protocols
      been collected for several years, but up to now there has been no provision 
      ---------
      YS GAF: This event driver protocol defines the associated parameters needed 
      to build the HL7 message used to send the GAF data to Austin.
       
      YS GAF A08 CLIENT: This subscriber protocol defines the parameter needed by 
      HL7 package to determine where to send the HL7 formatted message 
      containing the GAF information.
       
      Changes to routine YSGAF (YS*5.01*42)
      -------------------------------------
      for collection of GAF Scores for outpatients.  Storage and collection of GAF
      The API RET^YSGAF was changed to use the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL
      HEALTH file (#627.8) "C" cross-reference to look up the latest patient GAF
      score. This corrected performance issues that were reported after the
      loading of SD*5.3*149 and YS*5.01*42.
                     (WPB-1298-31096 BAY-1298-30934 CHS-1298-40830 
                      EKH-1298-40379 NTH-1198-72024)
      
      The API UPD^YSGAF was changed to kill all necessary variables set within the
      API upon exiting. (BHH-1298-41082)
       
      scores will be in the VISTA Mental Health software package file
       
         Associated NOIS: WPB-1298-31096
                          BAY-1298-30934
                          CHS-1298-40830 
                          EKH-1298-40379 
                          NTH-1198-72024 
                          BHH-1298-41082
       
       
         Test Site(s):   Canandaigua, NY
      DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH (#627.8).  
                         Chicago HCS, IL
                         Dallas, TX
                         Miami, FL
                         Salt Lake City, UT
                         Tuscaloosa, AL
       
       
             
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
       
          
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
          
                                         Checksum Values
          
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YS43POST               N/A                  237811         43
      
    • 47 SEQ #41
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-02-01 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch updates the Clozapine reporting software as required by the
       2. Update Site Number reporting to comply with integrated site
          requirements.  
            References to the DEFAULT INSTITUTION (#217) field in the KERNEL
            SITE PARAMETERS (#4.3) are no longer supported.  These references
            were changed to the supported call $$SITE^VASITE referenced in
            DBIA#10112.
       3. Extend reporting time for White Blood Count to six months. Changes are
          also included to improve the reporting of the White Blood Count.
            The CLOZAPINE LAB TEST (#603.02) file has been created to facilitate
            this report.  The White Blood Count (#.01) field in the CLOZAPINE
      CLOZAPINE PATIENT MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL (CPMP).
            LAB TEST (#603.02) file indicates the proper White Blood Count test
            to be used.
       These changes include:
       1. Reporting Absolute Neutrophil Count (Calculated from percentage
          reported at the site).  
            The CLOZAPINE LAB TEST (#603.02) file has been created to facilitate
            this report.  The Neutrophil Count (#1) field in the CLOZAPINE LAB
            TEST (#603.02) file indicates the proper Neutrophil Count test to be
            used.
      
    • 39 SEQ #42
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-02-23 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will now allow a progress note to be built using TIU V. 1.0.  This
      patch can only be installed if TIU V. 1.0 has been installed at your site.
      
    • 50 SEQ #43
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-03-29 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 48 SEQ #44
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-06-02 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch enhances the management report, Global Assessment of Functioning
       
      The following is an example of the generated report:
       
                     GAF Case Finder
      Begining Date: DEC 1,1998
        Ending Date: MAR 18,1999
           Facility: Dallas CIOFO
       
      The following is a list of all patients who had a Mental Health Outpatient
      Encounter between the above dates but do not have a GAF score WITHIN 90
      (GAF).  The new option GAF Case Finder [YSGAF CASE FINDER] has been added as
      DAYS.  Last MH (non-telephonic) Outpatient Encounter in date range is listed.
       
      Name                 SSN     Date                Location         Provider
       
      0 MH patients without a GAF.
      0 MH patients had a GAF.
       
          NOIS calls:     none
          Test Site(s):   Dallas, TX
                          Salt Lake City, UT
      an item to the MENU Global Assessment of Functioning [YSGAF MAIN].
       
          ROUTINE SUMMARY:
          ================
       
          The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
          <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                                          Checksum Values
       
       
          Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
          ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
          YSGAF3                 N/A                12209534                 48
       
          Installation Instructions:
          ==========================
               1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                  This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
                  system.
       
      The GAF report now lists all patients that have not been given a GAF score
               2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                  system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
                  global.  The transport global will remain on the system until
                  installed or manually deleted.
       
               3. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
                  the following options:
       
                       Print Transport Global
                       Compare Transport Global to Current System
      within the last 90 days.  The user is given the option to sort the report
                       Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                       Backup a Transport Global
       
               4. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
               5. Users may remain on the system.
       
               6. Installation will take less than five minutes and requires no
                  additional memory space.
       
      by patient name or by provider.  The results of this report are sent to the
               7. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
                  'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*48' and
                  proceed with install.
       
               8. When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
                  Install? YES//', respond NO.  However, it is advised that menus
                  be rebuilt at a later time.
       
               9. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
                  and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      MAILMAN system and are returned the user as a MAILMAN message.  It is also
      recommended to queue the report during non-peak or after-hours.
      
    • 31
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-06-22 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      1. Patch YS*5.01*31 releases several new psychological tests/interviews to 
       
       
            IRM FIELD OFFICE     FTP ADDRESS        DIRECTORY
            ================     ===========        =========
            ALBANY               152.127.1.5        [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            HINES                152.129.1.110      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            SALT LAKE            152.131.2.1        [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
        The software can be found in a file named MH_501_31.KID.
       
        Installation Instructions:
         b. Test Name:  AUDIT
        ==========================
        This patch should be installed during 'OFF PEAK' hours when few or no users
        are on the system.  Installation of the patch will take less than 5 minutes.
       
        1.  START UP KIDS
            From the KERNEL Installation and Distribution Systems (KIDS)
            Menu, select the Installation menu [XPD INSTALLATION MENU]:  
               Installation
               Edits and Distribution ...
               Utilities ...
            Description:  Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test
               Installation ...
       
        2.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION
            Select Installation Option:  Load a Distribution
            Enter a Host File: MH_501_31.KID
       
            This Distribution contains Transport Globals for the following
            Package(s):
               YS*5.01*31
            Use INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*31 to install the Distribution.
            Number of Questions:  10
       
            NOTE:  The following are OPTIONAL:
       
            a.  Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup
                message of any routines exported with this patch. It will not
                backup any other changes, such as DDs or templates.
            b.  Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will
                allow you to view all changes that will be made when this patch
                is installed.  It compares all components of this patch
                (routines, DDs, templates, etc.).
            Number of Scales:  1
            c.  Verify Checksums in Transport Global - This option will allow
                you to ensure the integrity of the routines that are in the
                transport global.
       
        3.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION: Install Package(s)
       
            Select KIDS OPTION:  INSTALL PACKAGE(S)
            Select INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*31
       
        4.  When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
        
            Protocols? YES//, respond  NO
       
        5.  Delete routines YS31POST and YS31ENV.
         c. Test Name:  SMAST
            Description:  Short Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test
            Number of Questions:  13
            Number of Scales:  1
         the Mental Health package.  These tests are accessed via menu item 
       
         d. Test Name:  DOM80
            Description:  Depression Outcome Module: Patient Screen 8.0 
            Number of Questions:  4
       
         e. Test Name:  DOM81
            Description:  Depression Outcome Module: Patient Baseline 8.1
            Number of Questions:  69
       
         f. Test Name:  DOM82
         'Psychological tests/interviews (administer) [YSADMTEST].'  The new 
            Description:  Depression Outcome Module: Clinician Baseline 8.2
            Number of Questions:  23
       
         g. Test Name:  DOMG
            Description:  Depression Outcome Module: Geriatric Screen
            Number of Questions: 5
            Number of Scales:  1
       
         h. Test Name:  SAI
            Description:  Spiritual Assessment Inventory
         tests are as follows:
            Number of Questions: 14
       
      These tests are stored as new entries in the MH INSTRUMENT FILE (#601).
       
      2. Patch YS*5.01*31 also includes six additional scales added to the test
         MMPI2 - Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2.  The new scales
         are as follows:
        
            MDS - Marital Distress Scale
            APS - Addiction Potential Scale
       
            AAS - Addiction Admission Scale
            S   - Superlative Self-Presentation
            Fp  - Infrequency-Psychopathology
            Ho  - Hostility
      
      3. Five new routines are included in patch YS*5.01*31.  They are:
        
         YS31ENV     -  YS*5.01*31 Patch Environment Check Routine
         YS31POST    -  YS*5.01*31 Patch Post Routine
         YTALUSE     -  Test-Audit Alcohol Screen
         a. Test Name:  CAGE
         YTDOMR      -  Depression Outcome Module Report
         YTDOMR1     -  Extended Interview Reporter
      
      4. One edited routine:
      
         YTMMPI2B    -  MMPI2 Harris:Lingos,Crit,OS
       
         Test Site(s):  Dallas, TX
                        Cleveland, OH
                        Minneapolis, MN
            Description:  A quick alcohol screening measure.
                        Asheville, NC
                        Portland, OR
                        Canadaigua, NY
                        Little Rock, AR     
         
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
         
        The second line of the routine now looks like:
        
            Number of Questions:  4
        <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
         
                                        Checksum Values
         
        Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
        ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
        YS31ENV                 N/A                2399932         31
        YS31POST                N/A                 133706         31
        YTALUSE                 N/A                 744349         31
        YTDOMR                  N/A               11177067         31
            Number of Scales:  1
        YTDOMR1                 N/A                4728910         31
        YTMMPI2B           14737364               15991750         10,31
        
        SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
        ===================
        The software files are available on one of the following CIO Field Offices'
        ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
        All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these 
        files.
      
    • 51 SEQ #46
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-08-03 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 52 SEQ #47
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-09-14 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 49 SEQ #48
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-10-03 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Patch YS*5.01*49 has been created to perform the following functions:
      4)  Correct problem with the PATSTAT^YSDX3B call that returns the patient
          status (In-patient or Out-patient.)
      5)  Correct an undefined error occurring in menu option GAF CASE FINDER [YSGAF
          CASE FINDER].
       
      1)  Evaluate all Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) data for fiscal
          years 1998 & 1999, and verify that all necessary pieces of information
          exist for each record.
      2)  Retransmit all GAF scores for Fiscal Years 1998 & 1999 to the National
          Patient Care Database (NPCD) at the Austin Automated Center (AAC).
      3)  Correct a filing error in the Mental Health ENTER DIAGNOSE [YSDIAGE]
          menu option.
      
    • 19 SEQ #22
      DATE APPLIED:   1996-11-08 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 56
      DATE APPLIED:   1999-12-13 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 53 SEQ #49
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-02-04 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Seven new Psychological Testing APIs/RPCs have been developed to allow reading 
             one new file MH MULTIPLE SCORING (#601.6).  This file allows the
      Array(6)=S1^Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      Array(7)=S2^ Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      And onward as needed.
      
      Example: 
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=83
      YS("CODE")=MMPI2
      YS("ADATE")=05/09/1994
             user to score multiple instruments.
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=CAPP,ANDY W^MMPI2^--- Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 --
      -^2940509^05/09/1994^CAULFIELD,MARY A
      YSDATA(3)=R1^TTTFTTFTTTFTTFFFFFFTTFFFFFFFTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTFFFTTFFFFFF
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      YSDATA(4)=R2^FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTT
      YSDATA(5)=R3^TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTFFFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFF
      FTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTFTTFTFTFTFFFFTFFTFTFTFTFTFTFFTFTFTFTFTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
      YSDATA(6)=S1^L Lie^12^87
      YSDATA(7)=S2^F Infrequency^19^95
      .
      .
      .
             eleven new routines YSGAFAPI, YSMTI, YSMTI0, YSMTI1, YSMTI3
      YSDATA(89)=S84^Ma-S Hypomania, Subtle^10^50
      
      
      4. SAVEIT
            RPC: YTAPI SAVEIT
             M: SAVEIT^YTAPI1
      This API allows saving of patient responses to a test or interview in the
      PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT file (#601.2). The patient ien, the test code,
      and administration date is required along with the responses. All responses
      are checked for validity. No scoring is returned but successful addition
             YSMTI4, YSMTI5, YTAPI, YTAPI1, YTAPI2 and YTAPI3.
      to the PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT file (#601.2) is indicated.
                     
      Input: 
           DFN : Patient internal identifier
           CODE: Test code from file 601 or "ASI" e.g. "CAGE", "BDI"
          ADATE: Inclusive administration date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011)
          Staff: DUZ of professional ordering the test
             R1: String of patient responses 1-200
             R2: String of patient responses 201-400 [as needed]
             R3: String of patient responses 401-600 [as needed]
      
      
      Output:
      Array(1)=[DATA] indicates successful call
      
      Example:
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=6
      YS("ADATE")="T"
      YS("CODE")="ZUNG"
             one new option Multiple Psych Testing [YT MTI] displays history of
      YS("STAFF")=67
      YS("R1")="12121212121212121212"
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=saved 
      
      
      5. SHOWIT
             psychological testing for an individual patient.
            RPC: YTAPI SHOWIT
              M: SHOWIT^YTAPI3
      
      This API returns the text, bottom, introduction and possible correct 
      responses for a specified test item in MH INSTRUMENT file (#601). It will
      work only for tests as opposed to interviews or batteries. The ASI is
      not supported.
                     
      Input: 
           CODE: Test code from in the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) e.g. "CAGE", "BDI"
      
           ITEM: A positive whole number between 1 and the highest item number
                 for the specified test.
      
      Output:
      Array(1)=[DATA] ;indicates successful  call
      Array(2)=MMPI2 item: 1 ;SECOND LINE IS TEST CODE AND ITEM NUMBER
      Array(3)=[BEGIN ITEM]; BEGINS EACH ITEM
      Array(4)=MMPI2^1 ;CODE^ITEM NUMBER
      Array(5)=[INTRO];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(12)=[TEXT];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      
      Array(14)=[BOTTOM];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(18)=[RESPONSE];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(21)=[END ITEM]; ENDS EACH ITEM
      
      Example:
      Input
      -----
      YS("CODE")="MMPI2"
      YS("ITEM")=1
      
      and saving of psychological testing data. This data normally resides in the 
      Documentation for APIs and RPCs
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=[BEGIN ITEM]
      YSDATA(3)=MMPI2^1
      YSDATA(4)=[INTRO]
      YSDATA(5)=Please read each statement carefully and decide whether it is true
      YSDATA(6)=as applied to you or false as applied to you.
      YSDATA(7)= 
      YSDATA(8)=If a statement is true or mostly true, as applied to you, answer 'T'.
      -------------------------------
      YSDATA(9)=If a statement is false or not usually true, as applied to you, 
      answer
      YSDATA(10)='F'.
      YSDATA(11)= 
      YSDATA(12)=Remember to give your own opinion of yourself.
      YSDATA(13)=[TEXT]
      YSDATA(14)=I like mechanics magazines.
      YSDATA(15)=[BOTTOM]
      YSDATA(16)=T= True
      YSDATA(17)=F= False
      1. LISTALL
      YSDATA(18)=Answer= 
      YSDATA(19)=[RESPONSE]
      YSDATA(20)=TFX
      YSDATA(21)=[END ITEM]
      
      
      6. SHOWALL
             RPC: YTAPI SHOWALL
               M: SHOWALL^YTAPI3
      
             RPC: YTAPI LISTALL
      This API returns the text, bottom, introduction and possible correct 
      responses for all items in a test in the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601). It
      will work only for tests as opposed to interviews or batteries.
      The ASI is not supported.
                     
      Input: 
           CODE: Test code from the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601).  e.g. "CAGE", "BDI"
      
      Output:
      Array(1)=[DATA] ;indicates successful  call
               M: LISTALL^YTAPI
      Array(2)=MMPI2 item: 1 ;SECOND LINE IS TEST CODE AND ITEM NUMBER
      Array(3)=[BEGIN ITEM]; BEGINS EACH ITEM
      Array(4)=MMPI2^1 ;CODE^ITEM NUMBER
      Array(5)=[INTRO];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(12)=[TEXT];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(14)=[BOTTOM];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(18)=[RESPONSE];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(21)=[END ITEM]; ENDS EACH ITEM
      .
      .
      This API returns all psychological test administrations for a specified 
      .
      Array(1003)=[BEGIN ITEM]; BEGINS EACH ITEM
      Array(1004)=MMPI2^567 ;CODE^ITEM NUMBER
      Array(1005)=[INTRO];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(1012)=[TEXT];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(1014)=[BOTTOM];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT OPTIONALY FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(1018)=[RESPONSE];HEADER ALWAYS PRESENT ALWAYS FOLLOWED BY TEXT
      Array(1021)=[END ITEM];ENDS EACH ITEM
      
      Example:
      patient during a specified time period. No scoring is returned.
      Input
      -----
      YS("CODE")="MMPI2"
      YS("ITEM")=1
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=[BEGIN ITEM]
      YSDATA(3)=MMPI2^1
                     
      YSDATA(4)=[INTRO]
      YSDATA(5)=Please read each statement carefully and decide whether it is true
      YSDATA(6)=as applied to you or false as applied to you.
      YSDATA(7)= 
      YSDATA(8)=If a statement is true or mostly true, as applied to you, answer 
      'T'.
      YSDATA(9)=If a statement is false or not usually true, as applied to you, 
      answer
      YSDATA(10)='F'.
      YSDATA(11)= 
      Input: 
      YSDATA(12)=Remember to give your own opinion of yourself.
      YSDATA(13)=[TEXT]
      YSDATA(14)=I like mechanics magazines.
      YSDATA(15)=[BOTTOM]
      YSDATA(16)=T= True
      YSDATA(17)=F= False
      YSDATA(18)=Answer= 
      YSDATA(19)=[RESPONSE]
      YSDATA(20)=TFX
      YSDATA(21)=[END ITEM]
            DFN : Patient internal identifier
      .
      .
      .
      YSDATA(6950)=[BEGIN ITEM]
      YSDATA(6951)=MMPI2^567
      YSDATA(6952)=[INTRO]
      YSDATA(6953)=[TEXT]
      YSDATA(6954)=Most married couples don't show much affection for each other.
      YSDATA(6955)=[BOTTOM]
      YSDATA(6956)=T= True
      PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT file (#601.2) for patient responses and the
           BEGIN: Inclusive date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011) 
      YSDATA(6957)=F= False
      YSDATA(6958)=Answer= 
      YSDATA(6959)=[RESPONSE]
      YSDATA(6960)=TFX
      YSDATA(6961)=[END ITEM]
      
      
      7. GAFHX
           RPC: YS GAF API
             M: GAFHX^YSGAFAPI
                  to begin search [optional]
      
      This API returns the GAF scores for a specified patient. It can be 
      constrained by both date range and occurrence limit. Please note that data 
      for this API comes from the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).
      
      Input: 
            DFN: Patient internal identifier
          BEGIN: Inclusive date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011) 
                 to begin search [optional]
            END: Inclusive date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011) 
             END: Inclusive date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011) 
                 to end search  [optional]
          LIMIT: Constrains to the last N diagnoses [optional]
      
      Output:
      Array(1)=[DATA] ;indicates successful  call
      Array(1)=GAF Score^Internal Date^External Date^Provider^Comment
      .
      .
      Array(N)=GAF Score^Internal Date^External Date^Provider^Comment
      
                  to end search  [optional]
      Example:
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=29601
      YS("LIMIT")=3
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=100^2981209.1105^12/09/1998@11:05^DEVLIN,MARK^
      
      YSDATA(3)=99^2981209.092^12/09/1998@09:20^DEVLIN,MARK^
      YSDATA(4)=66^2981124.1406^11/24/1998@14:06^DEVLIN,MARK^
      
      
        Associated NOIS:   None
         
           Test Site(s):   Bay Pines Test LAB
                           Tuscaloosa, AL
                           West Palm Beach, FL
                           
      Output:
         
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
        
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
        
                                     Checksum Values
        
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
      Array= internal administration date^external administration date^test code 
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YSGAFAPI               N/A                 1326501         53
         YSMTI                  N/A                 9401597         53
         YSMTI0                 N/A                 3775566         53
         YSMTI1                 N/A                 8825610         53
         YSMTI3                 N/A                 6387181         53
         YSMTI4                 N/A                13759340         53
         YSMTI5                 N/A                 8420657         53
         YTAPI                  N/A                 9153058         53
         YTAPI1                 N/A                 3410744         53
      Data is sorted in order of most recent administration to the oldest
         YTAPI2                 N/A                 6279046         53
         YTAPI3                 N/A                 4047466         53
        
        
        
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
        
         1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
            This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
      administration. If no administrations are f,ound Array(2) will not be 
            system.
      
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
            following options:
        
                       Print Transport Global
                       Compare Transport Global to Current System
                       Verify Checksums in Transport Global
      returned. If patient has no PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT file (#601.2) data,
                       Backup a Transport Global
        
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done at
            off peak hours.
        
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes. 
        
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option 
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*53' and proceed
            with install.
      MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) for test and interviews.  In addition, the
      an error will be returned.
      
         6. If you do not intend to queue the installation to run after normal
            business hours, then answer "NO" to the following prompt:
          
            Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of Install? YES// NO
          
            If you answer "YES", then the installation will require much more 
            than 5 minutes to run due to the menu rebuild process.
      
         7. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
      
            and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      Example:
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=6
      YS("BEGIN")="10/01/89"
      YS("END")="06/08/1999"
      
      Output
      APIs/RPCs retrieve ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX data found in the ADDICTION
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]  
      YSDATA(2)=2901120^11/20/1990^AOR
      YSDATA(3)=2900730^07/30/1990^ALCO
      YSDATA(4)=2900730^07/30/1990^HX2
      YSDATA(5)=2900730^07/30/1990^MROS
      YSDATA(6)=2900730^07/30/1990^PSOC
      YSDATA(7)=2900730^07/30/1990^TRMT
      
      
      SEVERITY INDEX file (#604) and Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) data
      2. LISTONE
             RPC: YTAPI LISTONE
               M: LISTONE^YTAPI
      an error will be returned.
      
      Example: 
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=83
      YS("CODE")=MMPI2
      found in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).
      YS("SCALE")=2
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=2940509^05/09/1994^MMPI2^F Infrequency^19^95
      YSDATA(3)=2920925^09/25/1992^MMPI2^F Infrequency^26^116
      YSDATA(4)=2920924^09/24/1992^MMPI2^F Infrequency^25^113
      
      
      
      3. SCOREIT
             RPC: YTAPI SCOREIT
               M: SCOREIT^YTAPI2
      This API returns all scoring information for a specified patient given a 
      specified administration date for a specified test or instrument.  User 
      must have adequate privileges to receive this information (i.e. often the 
      YSP KEY).
             
      Input: 
            DFN : Patient internal identifier
      This patch contains:
            CODE: Test code from MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) or "ASI"
                  e.g. "CAGE", "BDI"
           ADATE: Inclusive administration date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011)
      
      Output:
      Array(2)= Patient Name^Test Code^Test Title^Internal Admin date^External 
      Admin Date ^Ordered by
      Array(3)=R1^Responses 1-200 undelimited
      Array(4)=R2^ Responses 201-400 undelimited (even if less than 200)
      Array(5)=R3^ Responses 401-600 undelimited
      
    • 58 SEQ #51
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-02-29 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch corrects an error that occurs in menu option "Identify Potential
      Merge Problems [XDR VALID CHECK]".  Although it originally appeared to be a
      FILEMAN error, it was later determined to be a data dictionary problem with
      the MEDICAL RECORDS file (#90) of the MENTAL HEALTH Version 5.01 software
      application.
      
    • 54 SEQ #52
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-02-29 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The following items are addressed in patch YS*5.01*54:
             Number of Questions:  12
         6. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
            and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      
         7. Routine YS54POST will be deleted by KIDS after successful patch
            installation.
             Number of Scales:  1
        
          b. Test Name:  AUDC
             Description:  Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Condensed
             Number of Questions:  3
             Number of Scales:  1
         
          These tests are stored as new entries in the MH INSTRUMENT FILE (#601).
        
      
       2. Two new routines are included in patch YS*5.01*54.  They are:
          YTAIMS      -  Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale
          YTALUSEC    -  Test-Audit Alcohol Screen Condensed
      
       3.  When the user selects option Psychological tests/interviews
          (administer) [YSADMTEST] and chooses the instrument "MMPI" a message
          is displayed on the screen "You have selected the "MMPI" instrument, 
          the "MMPI2" instrument will be administered in its place.". Routines
          YTAR and YTS have been modified to display this message.
      
       1. Patch YS*5.01*54 releases two new psychological tests/interviews to 
       4. The file MH INSTRUMENT (#601) field OPERATIONAL (#32) will be populated
          with a value of "N" for the instrument MMPI when the post routine YS54POST
          is executed.
      
       5. Patch YS*5.01*54 also includes updates to the instruments AUDIT, 
          CAGE, DOM80, DOM81, DOM82, DOMG, and the SMAST.  These instruments were 
          sent out in patch YS*5.01*31 as NON-EXEMPT, when they should have been 
          sent out as EXEMPT.  The file MH INSTRUMENT (#601) field EXEMPT TEST (#21)
          for the instruments mentioned will be populated with a value of "Y"
          when the post routine YS54POST is executed.
          the Mental Health package.  These tests are accessed via menu item 
      
       6. Patch YS*5.01*54 also includes 2 additional entries in the MH INSTRUMENT 
          FILE (#601).  The Addiction Survey Index (ASI) and the Global 
          Assessment of Functioning (GAF) are placeholders to be used in retrieving
          ASI and GAF data used by APIs and RPCs released in patch YS*5.01*53.
          These entries are non operational when accessed via menu item 
          Psychological tests/interviews (administer) [YSADMTEST].
        
          Test Site(s): North Texas HCS, TX
                        Palo Alto HCS, CA
          Psychological tests/interviews (administer) [YSADMTEST].  The new 
                        Puget Sound HCS, WA
                        Salt Lake City, NV
                        
          
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
          
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         
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          tests are as follows:
          
                                         Checksum Values
          
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YS54POST                N/A                 183160         54
         YTAIMS                  N/A                3709923         54
         YTALUSEC                N/A                2558679         54
         YTAR                   16901184           17157520         37,54
         YTDP                   13752098           13773021         37,41,54
        
         YTS                     9209637            9650076         37,54
       
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
       
         1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
            This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
            system.
          a. Test Name:  AIMS
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
            following options:
       
                       Print Transport Global
                       Compare Transport Global to Current System
                       Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                       Backup a Transport Global
             Description:  Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale  
       
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done at
            off peak hours.
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes.
       
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option five
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*54' and proceed
            with install.
      
      
    • 55 SEQ #53
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-04-05 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following problems associated with the Mental 
      2.  Problem: $ZE= PTFLP+4^YSASCF:1, %DSM-E-UNDEF, undefined variable.
           Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
           ------------    ------------        ----------- --------------------
           YSASCF            16798624           15199657     38,45,55
           YSASFM            4829194            4829236      24,30,32,37,38,55
           YSASFUR           14346228           14504166     38,55
           YSASNAR           11476987           11561066     24,30,37,38,44,55
           YSASRU            11199368           11203518     24,30,32,38,55
        
           Installation Instructions:
           ==========================
          The option ASI Case finder [YSAS CASE FINDER] will error out at
        
                1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                   This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
                   your system.
       
                2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                   system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
                   global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
                   the following options:
       
          PTFLP+4^YSASCF when it encounters A missing node in the PTF file (#45) 
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
                3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
                4. Users may remain on the system.
       
                5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
          multiple field 501 (#50).  The code in routine YSASCF has been 
                   of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
                6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
                   'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*55' and
                   proceed with install.
       
                7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
                   install? YES//', respond  NO.
      
                8. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
          corrected.
                   Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
       
      3.  Problem: $ZE= OE+3^YSASCF:1, %DSM-E-UNDEF, undefined variable
          The option ASI Case Finder [YSAS CASE FINDER] will error out at 
          OE+3^YSASCF when the "B" cross reference was created for The Outpatient 
          Encounter file (#409.68) but did not contain the zero node for that 
      Health ADDICTION SURVEY INDEX software.
          entry.  The routine YSASCF has been modified to check if the entry
          exists.
       
      4.  The option ASI Follow-up Finder [YSAS FOLLOWUP FINDER] generates a
          mail message that splits the results into separate mail messages for
          every 1000 lines.  The subject of each mail message displays which
          page of how many pages there are for the report generated.
          Such as below:
       
          ASI Follow-up Reminder      (1 OF 2),(2 of 2) etc. 
       
       
          The page counter in the subject of the mail message created in routine  
          YSASFUR has been corrected.
      
      5.  The routine YSASCF has been corrected to retrieve the correct 
          institution station number.  This error would only occur at Anchorage,
          Honolulu, Las Vegas, San Juan and West Palm Beach.
      
      6.  The option Activate/Inactivate ASI Program Types [YSAS ASI PROGRAM
          ACTIVATION] allows the user to edit the TITLE field (#1) instead of
      1.  Problem: $ZE= <UNDEFINED>PUTWP+9^DIEFW.
          the ACTIVE field (#3) in the ASI PROGRAM TYPE file (#604.26).  This
          has been corrected in routine YSASFM.
      
      7.  When the narrative report prints, the employee who administers
          (interviewer) the Addiction Severity Index has a title that contains
          Roman Numerals.  When converting the text from upper case to lower
          case the second Roman numeral in the interviewers title is printed
          in lower case.  This has been corrected in routine YSASNAR. 
       
      NOIS List:  HON-0200-62334
          The option ASI National Roll Up [YSAS NATIONAL ROLL UP] gets the
                  HOU-0100-70481
                  FAV-1299-70811
                  OKL-1199-72479
                  BHH-1199-40801
                  CMO-1099-41317
                  NCH-1099-41338
                  WIM-1099-20530
                  BRX-1099-11552
                  BUT-0999-22160
                  MUS-0999-70276
          undefined error because of the change to the temporary data gathering 
                  ELP-0999-70673
                  CON-0999-10634
                  GNH-0999-40125
                  WRJ-0999-11438
                  DUB-0999-31427
                  TAM-0899-32628
                  FNC-0899-32323
                  ALX-0899-71889
                  MON-0899-50727
                  MAD-0799-40048
          global structure after the installation of Mailman Patch 50 & FILEMAN 
                  WNY-0299-12238
                  BRK-0299-11957
                  NCH-0199-41750
                  PAL-0199-61534
                  LAS-1198-60407
                  BRK-0798-11348
                  LAS-0798-62572
                  MAD-1097-40552
                  STL-0797-41652
       
          V. 22.  The code in routine ^YSASRU has been corrected.
       
      Test Site(s):  Albany, NY
                     Ann Arbor, MI
                     Charleston, SC
                     Honolulu, HI
                     Madison, WI
                     Montana HCS, MT
                     Salt Lake City, UT
                     VA Palo Alto HCS, CA
       
       
       
           ROUTINE SUMMARY:
           ================
       
           The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
           <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                                           Checksum Values
       
      
    • 63 SEQ #54
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-04-05 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Patch YS*5.01*63 corrects the print problem in option "Graph of Patients
      
      NOIS call(s): DAY-0300-40087
      
      Test Site(s): Dayton, OH
       
      
       
      
           ROUTINE SUMMARY:
           ================
      Remaining" [YSCENREM].  Date entry is limited to month and year and results
           The second line of the routine now looks like:
      
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                                           Checksum Values
      
           Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
           ------------    ------------        -----------     -----------
           YSCEN81         10985668            10940348        63
        
      are graphed for each day in the month.  Each day of the month's data is
      
           Installation Instructions:
           ==========================
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
             your system.
      
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
      calculated from the CENSUS file (#41.9) for the specified ward. 
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
          4. Users may remain on the system.
      This file contains the statistical data necessary for each ward
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*63' and
             proceed with install.
      
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
      to create the daily G&L and bed status reports.  The report did not work,
       
          8. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      when the month/year entered are greater than 12/99.
      
      
      
    • 61 SEQ #55
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-04-17 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch adds the NDC (National Drug Code) from the NDC field (#27) in
          ALT-0799-21661
        
               1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                  This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto
                  your system.
       
               2. Review your mapped set.  If the routines are mapped, they
                  should be removed from the mapped set at this time.
       
               3. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                  system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport 
          CHS-1099-40369
                  global.
       
                  On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the 
                  following options:
       
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
       
               These NOIS calls reported an undefined variable (YSCLR) that was
               4. Users may remain on the system, installation may be done at
                  any time except during the time scheduled for the Clozapine
                  roll-up.
       
               5. No options need to be placed out of service.
       
               6. Installation time is less than 2 minutes during off peak hours
                  and less than 5 minutes during peak hours.
       
               7. Installation of this patch requires no additional memory
               causing problems with the weekly transmissions, measures have
                  space.
       
               8. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option 
                  'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*61' and
                  proceed with the install.
       
               9. If any routines were unmapped as part of step 2, they should
                  be returned to the mapped set once the installation has run to
                  completion.
       
               been taken to prevent this error.
              10. The routine YSCLPRE will be automatically deleted after the
                  installation has run to completion.
       
       2. PRO-0399-12547
          CLE-0799-41665
          PRO-0799-12531
              These NOIS calls reported a problem with the confirmation message
      the PRESCRIPTION file (#52) to the Clozapine reporting software and clears
              that is sent to the site to report the number of patient data
              records transmitted to the national database and any errors.
              Errors were being reported in these messages, but the details were
              omitted.  A sequence was established to ensure that the details
              will be included.
       
       3. SYR-0799-10193
          LEX-0899-41770
              These NOIS calls reported a problem with the patients registration
              in the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01).  Patients were being
      the problems listed in the associated NOIS's.
              dropped from the file and could not be reregistered.  Changes were
              made to allow the NCCC to reregister the patients.
       
       4. SUX-0899-41033
          PRO-1099-11959
          ALN-0300-10936
              These NOIS calls reported a problem with the patients status
              changing from "Active" to "discontinued" each week.  A more
              accurate method of determining active prescriptions has been
              implemented.
       
       
       
       Requesting Site: Washington, DC
       
          Test Site(s): Sioux Falls
                        Chicago
                        Lexington 
                        Biloxi
       
        Reference NOIS: BIL-0299-32473
       1. BIL-0299-32473
                        PUG-0399-52312
                        PRO-0399-12547
                        GNH-0699-42000
                        SYR-0799-10193
                        BOS-0799-10563
                        CLE-0799-41665
                        PRO-0799-12531
                        SUX-0899-41033
                        LEX-0899-41770
                        PRO-1099-11959
          PUG-0399-52312
                        ALT-1099-22157
                        ALT-0799-21661
                        CHS-1099-40369
                        ALN-0300-10936
       
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
         
        The second line of the routine now looks like:
         
          GNH-0699-42000
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                                    Checksum Values
         
        Routine Name      Before Patch         After Patch     Patch List
        ------------      ------------         -----------     ----------
       
        YSCLPRE             NEW                 4869409        61
        YSCLSERV          27353057             33969291        18,22,26,47,61
        YSCLSRV1            NEW                 1286296        61
          BOS-0799-10563
        YSCLTEST           8757130              9052437        18,22,26,47,61
        YSCLTST1          12256509             12553719        18,22,25,26,47,61
        YSCLTST2          11047742             11500297        18,22,26,47,61
        YSCLTST3          11776458             12171877        18,22,25,26,47,61
       
               Installation Instructions:
               ==========================
       
        NOTE: This KIDS install does not place any options out of service
              during the install and no user options are affected.
          ALT-1099-22157
              If KIDS prompts:
        
              "Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
               Install? YES// NO"
              "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? YES// NO"
              "Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and Protocols?
               YES// NO"
       
              The site should answer "NO" to all three questions.
                  Note: You may not receive all three prompts at your site.  
      
    • 62 SEQ #56
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-06-26 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Two new Psychological Testing APIs/RPCs have been developed to allow reading
           Four new fields have been added to file MH MULTIPLE SCORING (#601.6).
      Array(5)=R3^ Responses 401-600 undelimited
      Array(6)=S1^Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      Array(7)=S2^ Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
                  .
                  .
         And onward as needed
      Array("ON")= output text
      
      Example:
      --------
           The new fields are OUTCOMES (#5) and RESULTS (#6) a multiple containing
      Input
      -----
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=CAPP,ANDY W^MMPI2^--- ZUNG ---^2940509^05/09/1994^CAULFIELD,MARY A
      YSDATA(3)="12121212121212121212"
      YSDATA(4)=R2^
      YSDATA(5)=R3^
      YSDATA(6)=S1^Total^12^
      YSDATA("ON")= A mood disorder screening test (ZUNG) was in the low range 
      (score = 12).
           sub-fields RESULTS NUMBER (#.01), RESULTS DESCRIPTION (#1) and RESULTS
      
      The text and decision criteria is stored in MH MULTIPLE SCORING file (#601.6)
      field RESULTS (#6), sub-field RESULTS TEXT (#2).
      Example of text to be stored:
      Test Code Score  Text
      --------- -----  -----
      AUDIT     <8     An alcohol screening test (AUDIT) was negative
                       (score =|SCORE|).
                >7     An alcohol screening test (AUDIT) was positive
                       (score =|SCORE|).
           TEXT (#2).
      AUDC      <4     An alcohol screening test (AUDIT-C) was negative
                       (score =|SCORE|).
                >3     An alcohol screening test (AUDIT-C) was positive
                       (score =|SCORE|).
      BDI       <10    The Beck Depression Inventory suggests minimal mood disorder
                       (score =|SCORE|).
              10-16    The Beck Depression Inventory suggests mild mood disorder
                       (score =|SCORE|).
              17-29    The Beck Depression Inventory suggests moderate mood disorder
                       (score =|SCORE|).
           Four new routines YSMTI2, YSMTI6, YTAPI4 and YTAPI5.
                >29    The Beck Depression Inventory suggests severe mood disorder
                       (score =|SCORE|).
      CAGE      <2     An alcohol screening test (CAGE) was negative 
                       (score =|SCORE|).
                >1     An alcohol screening test (CAGE) was positive
                       (score =|SCORE|).
      DOM80            A mood disorder screening test (DOM80) was negative.
                       A mood disorder screening test (DOM80) was positive.
                       1. The DOM80 does not have a cut-off score.  Rather, the
                          algorithm is:
           One modified routine YTAPI2.
                         a. If Q1 returned = Y, then the test is positive.
                         b. If Q2 returned = Y and Q3 = Y and Q4 > 1, then the test
                            is positive.
                         c. If neither a nor b (above) is true, then the test is
                            negative.
      DOMG      <4     A mood disorder screening test (DOMG) was negative
                       (score =|SCORE|).
                >3     A mood disorder screening test (DOMG) was positive
                       (score =|SCORE|).
      MISS      <107   This patient endorsed a significant number of items
           Two new APIs and Remote Procedures YTAPI PREVIEW and YTAPI OUTNOTE.
                       associated with PTSD (MISS score =|SCORE|).
                >106   This patient endorsed fewer items associated with PTSD
                       than is commonly found in Vietnam veterans diagnosed with
                       PTSD (MISS score =|SCORE|).
      SMAST     >2     Positive  screen for alcoholism.
        6 or 10 or 11  Previous treatment for alcoholism reported.
                <3     Negative  screen for alcoholism.
      ZUNG      <33    A mood disorder screening test (ZUNG) was in the low range
                       (score =|SCORE|).
               33-50   A mood disorder screening test (ZUNG) was in the medium range
      
                       (score =|SCORE|).
                >50    A mood disorder screening test (ZUNG) was in the high range
                       (score =|SCORE|).
      
      Additional Information
      ----------------------
      1. The AIMS progress note should have each item and each item response 
      included in the progress note.  Below is an example progress note created
      using an AIMS test from file MH INSTRUMENTS (#601).  Note that the items are
      separated by headings that are not in the item text, and that the first 
      Documentation for APIs and RPCs
      5 lines contain the total score and the number of items rated mild, moderate
      and severe.
      
      Example of an AIMS note
      -----------------------
      The patient was evaluated for symptoms of tardive dyskinesia using the 
      AIMS.
        Total score for items 1-7:               8
        Number of items 1-7 rated "mild":        1
        Number of items 1-7 rated "moderate":    1
      -------------------------------
        Number of items 1-7 rated "severe":      1
       
      Facial and oral movements:
        Muscles of facial expression                   Minimal
        Lips and perioral area                         Minimal
        Jaw                                            None
        Tongue                                         Moderate
       
      Extremity movements:
        Upper (arms, wrists, hands, fingers)           Mild
      and saving of psychological testing data. This data normally resides in the 
      1.  PREVIEW
        Lower (legs, knees, ankles, toes)              None
       
      Trunk movements:
        Neck, shoulders, hips                          Minimal
       
      Global judgments:
        Severity of abnormal movements                 Mild
      
      
      
             RPC: YTAPI PREVIEW
           NOIS Call(s): AMA-0200-70550
       
           Test Site(s): Amarillo, TX
                         El Paso, TX
                         Fargo, ND
                         Grand Junction, CO
                         Huntington, WV
                         Miami, FL
                         Sheridan, WY
                         South Texas HCS
             M:   PREVIEW^YTAPI4
                         ST Louis, MO
                         Tampa, FL
                         West Palm Beach, FL
                         White River Junction, VT 
      
       
      
           ROUTINE SUMMARY:
           ================
           The second line of the routine now looks like:
      This API allows scoring of patient responses to a test or interview without 
      
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                                           Checksum Values
      
           Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
           ------------    ------------        -----------     -----------
           YSMTI2          N/A                 7197346         62
           YSMTI6          N/A                 550933          62
           YTAPI2          6279046             6291220         53,62
      making changes in the M database. The patient ien, the test code, and 
           YTAPI4          N/A                 2425764         62
           YTAPI5          N/A                 3665995         62
        
      
           Installation Instructions:
           ==========================
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
             your system.
      
      administration date is required along with the responses. All responses are 
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
      checked for validity. Scoring is returned in the output documented in the 
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
             'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*62' and
             proceed with install.
      SCOREIT API.
       
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
      
          8. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      
      Input: 
      PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT file (#601.2) for patient responses and the
      ------
      DFN: patient internal identifier
      CODE: Test code from file 601 or "ASI" e.g. "CAGE", "BDI"
      ADATE: inclusive administration date in %DT acceptable format (11/11/2011)
      Staff: DUZ of professional ordering the test
      R1: string of patient responses 1-200
      R2: string of patient responses 201-400 [as needed]
      R3: string of patient responses 401-600 [as needed]
      
      Output:
      MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) for test and interviews.  In addition, the
      -------
      Array(2)= Patient Name^Test Code^Test Title^Internal Admin date^External 
      Admin Date ^Ordered by
      Array(3)=R1^Responses 1-200 undelimited
      Array(4)=R2^ Responses 201-400 undelimited (even if less than 200)
      Array(5)=R3^ Responses 401-600 undelimited
      Array(6)=S1^Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      Array(7)=S2^ Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
                .
                .
      APIs/RPCs retrieve ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX data found in the ADDICTION
        And onward as needed
      
      
      Example:
      --------
      Input
      -----
      YS("DFN")=6
      YS("ADATE")="T"
      YS("CODE")="ZUNG"
      SEVERITY INDEX file (#604) and Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) data
      YS("STAFF")=67
      YS("R1")="12121212121212121212"
      
      Output
      ------
      YSDATA(1)=[DATA]
      YSDATA(2)=CAPP,ANDY W^MMPI2^--- ZUNG ---^2940509^05/09/1994^CAULFIELD,MARY A
      YSDATA(3)="12121212121212121212"
      YSDATA(4)=R2^
      YSDATA(5)=R3^
      found in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).
      YSDATA(6)=S1^Total^12^
      
      
      2.  OUTNOTE
              RPC: YTAPI OUTNOTE
              M:   OUTNOTE^YTAPI5
      
      This API returns text to be entered in a progress note based on the outcome 
      of a test administration.  Input is the output of SCOREIT or PREVIEW API. 
      Output adds this text to the output YSDATA.
      
      
      Input:
      ------ 
      Array(2)= Patient Name^Test Code^Test Title^Internal Admin date^External 
      Admin Date ^Ordered by
      Array(3)=R1^Responses 1-200 undelimited
      Array(4)=R2^ Responses 201-400 undelimited (even if less than 200)
      Array(5)=R3^ Responses 401-600 undelimited
      Array(6)=S1^Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      Array(7)=S2^ Scale Name^Raw Score^Transformed Score
      This patch contains:
                   .
                   .
         And onward as needed
      
      Output:
      -------
      Array(2)= Patient Name^Test Code^Test Title^Internal Admin date^External 
      Admin Date ^Ordered by
      Array(3)=R1^Responses 1-200 undelimited
      Array(4)=R2^ Responses 201-400 undelimited (even if less than 200)
      
    • 64 SEQ #57
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-06-26 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch releases a new Mental Health API named YSGAFAP1.  This API will 
                       Fargo, ND
                       Grand Junction, CO
                       Huntington, WV
                       Miami, FL
                       Sheridan, WY
                       South Texas HCS
                       ST Louis, MO
                       Tampa, FL
                       West Palm Beach, FL
                       White River Junction, VT
      allow the calling routine to store the Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) 
          
      
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
      
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
          
      
                                         Checksum Values
      data in the DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS - MENTAL HEALTH file (#627.8).  The fields 
      
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YSGAFAP1              N/A                  1639398         64
       
      
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
      that will store the GAF data are PATIENT NAME (#.02), DATE/TIME OF 
             your system.
      
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
      DIAGNOSIS (#.03), DIAGNOSIS BY (#.04), TRANSCRIBER (#.05), AXIS 5 (#65)
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
      and PATIENT TYPE (#66).
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*64' and
             proceed with install.
      
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
       
          8. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
      
      
         Test Site(s): El Paso, TX
      
    • 59 SEQ #58
      DATE APPLIED:   2000-08-16 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following issues in the Mental Health GAF software. 
         subject 'NPT/XXX #XXXXXXXXXXXX' from the NPCD at the AAC.  The 'XXXs'
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
       
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
         in the subject are random alphanumerics produced by the AAC system.  The
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*59' and
             proceed with install.
      
          7. When prompted 'Enter the Coordinator for Mail Group 'YS
             GAF TRANSMISSION ACK':', respond with the name of the user
             responsible for monitoring the GAF performance measure.
       
          8. When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion
         report will contain the number of messages received, number of messages
             of Install? YES//', respond YES.
      
          9. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
      
         10. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
         processed and number of messages processed in error.  The report will
         also contain a detail line for each type of error.  The detail error line
         of the report will contain the reject message ID number, Error Code,
         Event Date-Time, Social Security Number, Last Name of Patient, Date
         of Birth and the Inpatient/Outpatient Status.  A document, YS_501_59.PDF,
         describing the error codes provided by NPCD is available on one of the
         following OI Field Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories in Albany,
      
         Hines or Salt Lake City.
      
      2. The routine YSGAFOBX was setting the Mail Group to use 'YS GAF TO NPCD',
         therefore sending a MAILMAN message containing text to be processed by 
         NPCD at the AAC.  These messages should have been sent locally to the
         members of Mail Group 'YS GAF TRANSMISSION ACK' who are responsible for
         the Global Assessment of Function monitoring.  The subjects of these
         messages are 'GAF Score Sent' and 'GAF Score Transmission Problem'.
         The message 'GAF Score Sent' contains the patients name, date of
         observation the GAF score was assessed and the HL7 message number
      1. The description of Mail Group 'YS GAF TRANSMISSION ACK' has been edited.
         transmitted to NPCD at the AAC.  The message 'GAF Score Transmission
         Problem' contains the reason why the message was not transmitted, user
         who entered the GAF score, patient name, observation date and file entry
         date.
      
      3. A new option 'GAF Transmission' [YS GAF TRANSMISSION] will be used to
         retransmit GAF data for a given date range to the National Patient Care
         Database at the Austin Automated Center in Austin, TX.  
      
      
         This mail group will receive a message with the subject of 'GAF Score
      NOIS call(s): BOS-0399-12563
                    TUA-0199-31948
                    
      
      Test Site(s): Connecticut HCS, CT
                    Gulf Coast HCS, MS
                    Iowa City, IA
                    Muskogee, OK
                    Tampa, FL
                    Portland, OR
         Sent' when a GAF score is transmitted to the National Patient Care
                    West Palm Beach, FL 
      
         DOCUMENTATION RETRIEVAL:
         ========================
         The documentation file is available on one of the following OI Field 
         Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain this 
         file.
        
             OI FIELD OFFICE     FTP ADDRESS        DIRECTORY
         Database (NPCD) at the Austin Automation Center (AAC) in Austin, Texas.
             ================     ===========        =========
             ALBANY               152.127.1.5        [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
             HINES                152.129.1.110      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
             SALT LAKE            152.131.2.1        [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
        
         The documentation can be found in a file named YS_501_59_EC.PDF. 
      
       
      
           ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         If an error in the transmission has occurred the subject of the message
           ================
           The second line of the routine now looks like:
      
           <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
      
                                           Checksum Values
      
           Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
           ------------    ------------        -----------     -----------
           YSGAFOBX        3380035             3468829         43,50,59
         will be 'GAF Score Transmission Problem'.  This mail group will also be
           YSGAFTR         5664313             4952427         43,49,59
      
          *** PLEASE NOTE THAT ROUTINE YSGAFOBX BEFORE PATCH CHECKSUM ***
          *** IS DIFFERENT FROM THE AFTER PATCH CHECKSUM IN THE       ***
          *** RELEASED PATCH YS*5.01*50.                              ***
        
      
           Installation Instructions:
      
           ==========================
         used to receive a transmission report, GAF Facility Report, with the
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
             your system.
      
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
      
    • 23 SEQ #23
      DATE APPLIED:   1996-12-24 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 66 SEQ #59
      DATE APPLIED:   2001-02-28 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The following items are addressed in patch YS*5.01*66:
         DAY-0200-42682
                       Print Transport Global
                       Compare Transport Global to Current System
                       Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                       Backup a Transport Global
       
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done at
            off peak hours.
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
            of this patch requires no additional memory space.
      
       
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*66' and
            proceed with install.
       
         6. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
            install? YES//', respond  NO.
       
         7. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
            Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO. 
      2. The test (STAI), 'STATE-TRAIT ANXIETY SCALE', a general test of anxiety 
         as a mood (state) and as a personality characteristic (trait) was scored
         directly.  The Scale #2 Trait Anxiety (Item #34) has been changed to score
         indirectly.
      
      3. The test 'Personality Assessment Inventory' (PAI) scoring routine YTPAI
         has been edited to correct an indexing problem at ADDIT+5^YTPAI.
      
      
      4. The RESPONSE PROMPT field (#4), of the multiple ITEM NUMBER field (#1),
         of the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) for the entry 'Personality Assessment
         Inventory' (PAI) has been changed to a semicolon following the word 
         "false" so parsing of the response can be done.
      
      5. The RESPONSE PROMPT field (#4), of the multiple ITEM NUMBER field (#1),
         of the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) for the entry 'Beck Anxiety Index' (BAI)
         has been changed to a semicolon following the word "unpleasant" so 
         parsing of the response can be done.
      
      1. When selecting the option 'Psychological tests/interviews (administer)'
      6. The test 'Depression Outcomes Module' (DOM) scoring routine YSMTI1 was
         modified to allow multiple test scoring.
      
      7. The following fields were found setting %DT(0) to some value, with no
         corresponding Kill of %DT(0) in the Input Transform.  Leaving %DT(0) 
         defined can have an adverse impact on the end user.  This patch places
         the KILL of %DT(0) after the call of ^%DT in the Input transform.
         ISF-1100-60368
      
         The following PSYCH INSTRUMENT PATIENT (#601.2) and SECLUSION/RESTRAINT 
         [YSADMTEST] to administer the instrument 'Abnormal Involuntary Movement 
         (#615.2) file/subfile fields Input Transforms have been edited:
      
         File/Sub-file#  Field#   Field Name
         601.2/601.22    .01      COMPLETION DATE
                           4      ADMINISTRATION DATE
                          14      DATE BEGUN
         601.2/601.2213    1      DATE OF COMMENT
                           5      DATE/TIME SIGNED
                           8      DATE/TIME COSIGNED
         615.2           .01      FILE ENTRY DATE
         Scale' (AIMS) the user is instructed to enter the key letter "E" to view
                         .03      DATE/TIME APPLIED
                          42      TIME REMOVED
                          54      REVIEW FILED
         615.2/615.3     .01      CHECK TIME
      
      
      
         NOIS Call(s): ISF-1100-60368
                       DAY-0200-42682
      
         examination procedures and then to enter any key in order to progress.
      
         Test Site(s): Dayton, OH
                       Eastern Kansas HCS, KA
                       Little Rock, AR
                       Salt Lake City, UT
                       VA Health Care Network Upstate New York System, NY
                        
          
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
         At the end of the instructions, any key will not work.  The user has to
          
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
          
                                         Checksum Values
          
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
         YSMTI1                  8825610            8854657         53,66
         use the ENTER key to exit the instructions.  This has been corrected to
         YTAIMS                  3709923            3711230         54,66
         YTALUSR                     N/A            2954815         66
         YTPAI                   7779058            7863323         10,66
         YTPCL                       N/A            4037903         66
         
       
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
         accept any key entered as instructed.  
       
         1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
            This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
            system.
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
            following options:
       
      
    • 69 SEQ #60
      DATE APPLIED:   2001-07-10 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      1. The YSCL WEEKLY TRANSMISSION [Weekly Clozapine Report] option should
      is no longer necessary and its associated task should be deleted (see item
               1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                  This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto
                  your system.
       
               2. Review your mapped set.  If the routines are mapped, they
                  should be removed from the mapped set at this time.
       
               3. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                  system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
                  global.
      10 in the installation instructions below).  The demographics data will
       
                  On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
                  following options:
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
       
               4. Users may remain on the system, installation may be done at
                  any time except during the time scheduled for the Clozapine
      now be collected during the regular roll-up.  No error will occur and no
                  roll-up.
       
               5. No options need to be placed out of service.
       
               6. Installation time is less than 2 minutes during off peak hours
                  and less than 5 minutes during peak hours.
       
               7. Installation of this patch requires no additional memory
                  space.
       
      harm will be done if this task remains active.
               8. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
                  'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*69 and
                  proceed with the install.
       
               9. If any routines were unmapped as part of step 2, they should
                  be returned to the mapped set once the installation has run to
                  completion.
       
              10. Historically, the option YSCL TRANSMIT DEMOGRAPHICS
                  [Transmit Clozapine Demographics] had been queued to run
       
                  before the start of business every Tuesday.  This function
                  has been incorporated into the Clozapine Data Collection
                  and this option is no longer used.  This task should be
                  deleted.  This is accomplished using the XUTM SCHEDULE
                  [Schedule/Unschedule Options] option.  The following screen
                  capture will closely resemble the display from your system.
                  To delete the task, enter the @ sign in the Option Name field
                  and press the Enter key.  You will then be asked if you want
                  to delete this record.  Answer YES and press the Enter key.
       
      3. The CLOZAPINE LAB TEST file (#603.02) is no longer used for the
         Schedule/Unschedule Options
       
         Select OPTION to schedule or reschedule: YSCL TRANSMIT DEMOGRAPHICS (R)
       
                                   Edit Option Schedule
             Option Name: YSCL TRANSMIT DEMOGRAPHICS
             Menu Text: Transmit Clozapine Demographics         TASK ID: 526664
           ____________________________________________________________________
       
           QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: DEC 19,2000@02:00
      roll-up. The roll-up software will now use the CLOZAPINE LAB TEST field
       
         DEVICE FOR QUEUED JOB OUTPUT:
       
          QUEUED TO RUN ON VOLUME SET:
       
               RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 7D
       
                      TASK PARAMETERS:
       
                     SPECIAL QUEUEING:
      (#17.7) in the DRUG file (#50) to determine the WBC and ANC tests used for
       
         ______________________________________________________________________
       
       
               11. The YSCL WEEKLY TRANSMISSION [Weekly Clozapine Report]
                   option has been queued to run prior to the start of business
                   one day a week.  It has been recommended that the
                   transmission occur on Tuesday, but transmission dates vary.
                   The software has been modified to determine the correct day
                   of the week to run.  The option should now be tasked to run
      each drug.  Using this method will ensure a common element between the
                   daily prior to the start of business.  The XUTM SCHEDULE
                   [Schedule/Unschedule Options] option should be used to set
                   the QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: entry to tomorrows date at a
                   time prior to the start of business and the RESCHEDULING
                   FREQUENCY entry to "1D" (once daily).  The following is an
                   example of the display from the XUTM SCHEDULE option.
       
                                   Edit Option Schedule
             Option Name: YSCL WEEKLY TRANSMISSION
             Menu Text: Weekly Clozapine Report                 TASK ID: 518605
      dispensing and tracking of the prescription.
           ____________________________________________________________________
       
           QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: T+1@0200
       
         DEVICE FOR QUEUED JOB OUTPUT:
       
          QUEUED TO RUN ON VOLUME SET:
       
               RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D
       
      now be queued to run daily instead of weekly (see item 11 in the
       
                      TASK PARAMETERS:
       
                     SPECIAL QUEUEING:
       
         ______________________________________________________________________
      4. The Weekly Clozapine Report [YSCL WEEKLY TRANSMISSION] option has been
      modified to respond to the Kernel Stop Task Manager [XUTM STOP] option.
      This provides a graceful way to terminate processing of the roll-up.
       
       Requesting Site: National Clozapine Coordinating Center
       
          Test Site(s): Battle Creek
                        Canandaigua
                        Western New York
      installation instructions below).  A new file CLOZAPINE PARAMETERS
                        Pittsburgh
       
        Reference NOIS: BHS-0900-11492     CLOZAPINE DEMOGRAPHICS MESSAGE
                             The message generated for the transmission of data
                             to the national database indicates certain
                             demographic data is missing for a patient,
                             including the patient's name.
       
                        STC-0500-40272     CLOZAPINE MONITOR shows No RX for
                                           several pts
      (#603.03) has been created to maintain site configuration and transmission
                        ALN-0400-11672     CLOZAPINE MONITOR MESSAGE INCORRECT
                             The message generated for the transmission of
                             patient data to the national database incorrectly
                             reported that some patients' had no prescription
                             data. This was due to the method used to collect
                             and compare the date of the prescription to the
                             current date.
       
       
                        SDC-0896-62071     CLOZAPINE MONITOR ILLEGALLY WANTS
      data to be reported back to the National Clozapine Coordinating Center
                                           RACE
                             Some sites were concerned because the Clozapine
                             roll-up software requires that the patient's race
                             be entered into the database.  This is clinically
                             relevant data and is required by both the
                             manufacturer and the Food and Drug Administration
                             (FDA).  Race may be entered as long as permission
                             to report this data is obtained on the consent to
                             release document.  See VHA Directive 99-035.
       
      NCCC in Dallas.  This file also contains an entry indicating the day of
       
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
       
        The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
        <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30,1994
       
                                    Checksum Values
       
      the week the roll-up should occur.
        Routine Name      Before Patch         After Patch     Patch List
        ------------      ------------         -----------     ----------
       
        YSCLSERV          33969291              24479509       18,22,26,47,61,69
        YSCLSRV1           1286296               1579043       61,69
        YSCLSRV2            NEW                 16840829       69
        YSCLTEST           9052437              12420746       18,22,26,47,61,69
        YSCLTST1          12553719              15378976       18,22,25,26,47,
                                                               61,69
        YSCLTST2          11500297              11122299       18,22,26,47,61,69
       
        YSCLTST3          12171877              13878933       18,22,25,26,47,
                                                               61,69
       
               Installation Instructions:
               ==========================
       
        NOTE: This KIDS install does not place any options out of service
              during the install and no user options are affected.
       
              The site should answer "NO" to all three questions.
      2. The YSCL TRANSMIT DEMOGRAPHICS [Transmit Clozapine Demographics] option
                  Note: You may not receive all three prompts at your site.
       
              "Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
               Install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and Protocols?
               YES// NO"
       
      
    • 72
      DATE APPLIED:   2001-10-16 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following issue in the Mental Health software. 
      
         5.  When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
             Protocols? YES//, respond "NO".
          Test Site(s): Salt Lake City, UT 
       
      
          ROUTINE SUMMARY:
          ================
          The second line of the routine now looks like:
      
          <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
      
      
                                           Checksum Values
          Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
          ------------    ------------        -----------     -----------
          NO ROUTINES EXPORTED WITH THIS PATCH        
      
      
        
         SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
         ===================
         
       1. In the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) field OPERATIONAL (#32), data value
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part of
         this patch:
        
          File Name               Contents                      Retrieval Format
          ---------               --------                      ----------------
          YS_501_72.KID           YS*5.01*72 KIDS build               ASCII
      
         The software files are available on one of the following OI Field
         Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
          has been changed from null to "N" in the following instruments CES,
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these 
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
      
            OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
            ===============    ===========                =========
            ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          FES, GES, WES, CPI, FIRO, SII, MYER, MCMI, MMPR and the M168.  This
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
         This patch should be installed during 'OFF PEAK' hours when few or no 
         users are on the system.  Installation of the patch will take less than
         5 minutes.
       
         1.  START UP KIDS
             From the KERNEL Installation and Distribution Systems (KIDS)
          field when SET to "N" indicates that the instrument is NOT operational.
             Menu, select the Installation menu [XPD INSTALLATION MENU]:  
      
                Edits and Distribution ...
                Utilities ...
                Installation ...
       
         2.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION
             Select Installation Option:  Load a Distribution
             Enter a Host File: YS_501_72.KID
       
          This allows the instrument to remain in the data base but can NOT be
             This Distribution contains Transport Globals for the following
             Package(s):         YS*5.01*72
      
             Use INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*72 to install the Distribution.
       
             NOTE:  The following are OPTIONAL:
       
             a.  Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup
                 message of any routines exported with this patch. It will not
                 backup any other changes, such as DDs or templates.
          USED.
             b.  Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will
             a.  Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup
                 message of any routines exported with this patch. It will not
                 backup any other changes, such as DDs or templates.
             b.  Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will
                 allow you to view all changes that will be made when this patch
                 is installed.  It compares all components of this patch
                 (routines, DDs, templates, etc.).
             c.  Verify Checksums in Transport Global - This option will allow
                 you to ensure the integrity of the routines that are in the
      
                 transport global.
       
         3.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION: Install Package(s)
       
             Select KIDS OPTION:  INSTALL PACKAGE(S)
             Select INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*72
       
         4.  When asked "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONS during the install? Yes//",
             respond "NO".
      
      
    • 67
      DATE APPLIED:   2001-11-06 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Patch YS*5.01*67 COTS ASI-MV introduces the required components necessary to
      and the patient interact with the ASI-MV. The clinician logs on to VistA,
      
            OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
            ===============    ===========                =========
            ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
      initializes program parameters, and enters patient demographic info. The
         This patch should be installed during 'OFF PEAK' hours when few or no users
         are on the system.  Installation of the patch will take less than 5 minutes.
       
         1.  START UP KIDS
             From the KERNEL Installation and Distribution Systems (KIDS)
             Menu, select the Installation menu [XPD INSTALLATION MENU]:  
                Installation
                Edits and Distribution ...
                Utilities ...
                Installation ...
      patient then responds to questions presented by the multimedia interface.
       
         2.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION
             Select Installation Option:  Load a Distribution
             Enter a Host File: YS_501_67.KID
       
             This Distribution contains Transport Globals for the following
             Package(s):         YS*5.01*67
      
             Use INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*67 to install the Distribution.
       
      The clinician needs not be present during the time when the patient is
             NOTE:  The following are OPTIONAL:
       
             a.  Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup
                 message of any routines exported with this patch. It will not
                 backup any other changes, such as DDs or templates.
             b.  Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will
                 allow you to view all changes that will be made when this patch
                 is installed.  It compares all components of this patch
                 (routines, DDs, templates, etc.).
             c.  Verify Checksums in Transport Global - This option will allow
      responding to questions. After the patient completes the interview, the
                 you to ensure the integrity of the routines that are in the
                 transport global.
       
         3.  SELECT INSTALLATION OPTION: Install Package(s)
       
             Select KIDS OPTION:  INSTALL PACKAGE(S)
             Select INSTALL NAME: YS*5.01*67
       
         4.  When prompted "Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
             Install? Yes//", respond "NO".
      clinician starts the interface (YSASIMV) again, to upload the interview
        
         5.  When asked "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONS during the install? Yes//",
             respond "NO".
      
         6.  When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
             Protocols? YES//, respond YES.  When prompted to select the options
             you would like to place out of order, enter the following:
      
             Addiction Severity Index [YSAS ASI USER MENU]
      
      data to VistA.
         7.  Retrieve and open the file:  YS_501_67.ZIP
        
         8.  Place the MENTAL HEALTH ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX MULTIMEDIA VERSION
             (ASI-MV) INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE in a location that can be
             accessed by ASI-MV users.
        
         9.  Please refer to the POST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section of the
             MENTAL HEALTH ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX MULTIMEDIA VERSION (ASI-MV)
             INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE to install the COTS ASI-MV software,
             YS50167_ASIMV.EXE, YS50167_SecureDesktop.EXE and
      
             YS50167_KeyboardHook.DLL.
      
        10.  Place the option YS BROKER [YS BROKER] on the Mental Health users
             secondary menu.
       
        11.  Routine YS67 will be deleted after successful patch installation.
      SecureDesktop is a software module that restricts user (patient) access to 
      the Windows desktop, to task-switching functions, and to other programs on
      install and run the Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) Addiction Severity Index
      the workstation, while the patient responds to the interview. This module 
      implements the bulk of security countermeasures for the ASI-MV system.
      
      The patch contains the following additions and modifications to the VistA
      Mental Health software:
      
      Data in the ASI QUICK FORM file (#604.66), REQUIRED field (#11) has been
      changed from '1' to a Null value making the following questions to be 
      non-required for scoring the ASI: M10, M11, E23, E24, L31, L32, F37, F38,
      P21 and P22.  This process will be performed by the post routine YS67.
      Multimedia Version (ASI-MV) software product.
      
      The ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX file (#604) fields CLASS (#.04) and CONTACT CODE 
      (#.07) have a new selection code, "For ASI-MV".
      
      The ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX file (#604) fields ELECTRONICALLY SIGNED 
      (#.51) and E SIGNATURE INTERVIEWER (#.52) data attributes have been changed
      to allow these fields data to be edited.
      
      Two new entries have been added to the ASI NARRATIVE file (#604.68).  
      The two new narrative reports are the ASI-MV ITEM REPORT and the ASI-MV
      
      NARRATIVE.
      
      The routine YSASNAR has been modified to produce the ASI-MV ITEM REPORT and 
      the ASI-MV NARRATIVE.
      
      The new option YS BROKER [YS BROKER] contains the context necessary
      to interface the ASI-MV to VistA.
      
      A Remote Procedure YTAPI NEW ASI has been created.
      
      The Mental Health ASI-MV, Vista version, is a software product that is the
      The new routine YTAPI8 allows silent additions to the ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX 
      file (#604).
      
      
         Test Site(s): Boston Health Care System, MA
                       Puget Sound Health Care System, WA
                       Salt Lake City, UT
                       VA Health Care Network Upstate New York System, NY
                       White City, OR
      
      result of the combination of a commercial (COTS) multimedia application
      
         Routine Summary
         ===============
      
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
          
                                      Checksum Values
          
      (ASIMV) and a VA-developed interface to the VistA database (YSASIMV). The
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch      Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------      ----------
         YS67                    N/A                 182239      67 (Deleted by Kids)
         YSASNAR                11561066           11815417      24,30,37,38,44
                                                                 55,67
         YTAPI8                  N/A                3139609      67
      
         SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
         ===================
         
      ASI-MV is a patient self-administered psychological instrument that can be
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part of
         this patch:
        
          File Name               Contents                      Retrieval Format
          ---------               --------                      ----------------
          YS_501_67.KID           YS*5.01*67 KIDS build               ASCII
          YS_501_67.ZIP                                               BINARY
           - YS50167_ASIMV.EXE          ASI-MV Interface Executable
           - YS50167_SecureDesktop.EXE  Secure Desktop Executable
           - YS50167_KeyboardHook.DLL   Keyboard Hook DLL used by Secure Desktop
      used to gather patient data directly from the patient. Both the clinician
           - YSASIMV_IGUM.PDF     YS*5.01*67 ASI-MV Installation Guide
                                                    User Manual
      
         The software files are available on one of the following OI Field
         Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these 
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
      
    • 73 SEQ #63
      DATE APPLIED:   2002-03-27 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 71
      DATE APPLIED:   2002-06-26 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Associated patches: (v)SD*5.3*262 install with patch       `YS*5.01*71'
      viz., psychological testing, the Addiction Severity Index (ASI), and
         SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
         ===================
       
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part
         of this patch:
       
          File Name                     Contents             Retrieval Format
          ---------                     --------             ----------------
          YS_501_71.KID                 DG*5.3*447           ASCII
                                        SD*5.3*262
      the Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF).
                                        XU*8*234
                                        YS*5.01*71
       
          Note: Please refer to the DG, SD, and XU informational patch
                descriptions for details on second line, checksums, and patch
                information.
       
          YS50171_Setup_123.EXE         Mental Health Assistant  BINARY
                                        This file is the complete install
                                        for the Mental Health Assistant
       
                                        GUI client.
       
          YS50171_MHA_IG.PDF      YS*5.01*71 MHA Installation Guide
          YS50171_MHA_IG.DOC      YS*5.01*71 MHA Installation Guide
          YS50171_MHA_UM.PDF      YS*5.01*71 MHA User Manual
          YS50171_MHA_UM.DOC      YS*5.01*71 MHA User Manual
       
         The software files are available on the following OI Field Offices'
         ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
      All previous tests completed by the selected patient are listed on the
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
       
          OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
          ===============    ===========                =========
          ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
      Test Results tab.  A text report is shown for the selected test, and
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
         1. Use the 'LOAD A DISTRIBUTION' option on the PackMan menu. The
            Host File name is YS_501_71.KID.  Answer YES to the question:
            "Want to Continue with Load? YES//"
       
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
      graphs of numeric scores are available across all instances of a given
            system. You now need to install the Transport global. 
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the 
            following options:
       
               Print Transport Global
               Compare Transport Global to Current System
               Verify Checksums in Transport Global
               Backup a Transport Global
       
       
      test.
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done 
            at off peak hours.
       
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes. 
       
       
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'MHA GUI YS*5.01*71'
            and proceed with install.
       
       
       
         6. If you do not intend to queue the installation to run after 
            normal business hours, then answer "NO" to the following prompt:
       
        Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of Install? YES// NO
       
            If you answer "YES", then the installation will require much more 
            than 5 minutes to run due to the menu rebuild process.
       
      The Order Tests tab enables the user to specify the staff person
       
         7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
            install//', respond NO.
            When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, 
            and Protocols? YES//', respond NO.
       
       
         8. Retrieve and execute the file YS50171_Setup_123.EXE
       
       
      ordering the test and to select from among the tests available to the
         9. Place the MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT USER MANUAL in a location that 
            can be accessed by MHA users.
       
       
        10. Please refer to the POST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section of the 
            MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT INSTALLATION GUIDE to install the MHA 
            software.
       
        11. Place the option YS BROKER1 [YS BROKER1] on the Mental Health 
            users secondary menu.
                          (v)XU*8*234   install with patch       `YS*5.01*71'
      person who ordered the test.  Three data entry modes are available:
      (1)  Staff entry is optimized for the entry of staff rating data (e.g.,
           the AIMS), which requires the user to see the test questions and
           answers.
      (2)  Clerk entry is optimized for transcribing test data from paper
           answer sheets.
      (3)  Patient entry is optimized for on-line testing of patients.  The
           patient entry option contains security features to prevent
           unattended patients from using the PC in unauthorized ways.
       
                          (v)DG*5.3*447 install with patch       `YS*5.01*71'
      The ASI tab lists all previous ASI interviews and makes it easy to view
      either the item report or narrative report for a selected interview.
      To help with ASI performance measure compliance, the interval since the
      last interview is displayed.  New views of ASI data are the "Domain
      Scores" and "Item Trends" buttons, which present graphical and tabular
      data across multiple interviews.  The Domain Scores button gives the
      user the opportunity to see either problem severity ratings or
      evaluation factor scores.  The Item Trends button displays responses to
      selected individual items.  It is hoped that these data views will help
      with treatment planning and treatment outcome monitoring.  A user-
       
      friendly interface for entering interview data is provided.  This tab
      enables staff to quickly enter data, to easily jump from one item to
      another, and to enter free text comments at any time.  This tab should
      greatly reduce data entry time, whether transcribing interview results
      from a paper form or entering them on-line during an interview.
       
      The GAF tab affords the user an easy way to enter GAF ratings and to
      see previous ratings, which are graphed to indicate trends.  When
      entering a new rating, the rating is associated with the GAF rating
      criteria.  It is hoped this association will increase the reliability
      Patch YS*5.01*71 introduces the Mental Health Assistant Graphical User
      of ratings and reduce inter-rater variability in the assignment of GAF
      ratings.
       
      The patch contains one option, a data change to the PAI entry in the MH
      MULTIPLE SCORING (#601.6) file, a data change to the MMPI2, AUDC and
      the DOMG entries in the MH INSTRUMENT (#601) file, 16 routines and 28
      Remote Procedures.
       
      The new non-menu option YS BROKER1 [YS BROKER1] contains the context
      necessary to interface the MHA GUI to VistA.
      Interface to VISTA.
       
                   E3R#:   16712
       
        Associated NOIS:   None
           Test Site(s):   Minneapolis VAMC, MN
                           Salt Lake City HCS, UT
                           VA Health Care Network Upstate New York
                           VA N. Florida/S. Georgia Veterans HCS
                           VA North Texas HCS
       
       
       
       
         ROUTINE SUMMARY:
         ================
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                                     Checksum Values
       
      The Mental Health Assistant (MHA) is a graphical user interface for the
         Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch        Patch List
         ------------       ------------        -----------        ----------
         YSASFS                 N/A                 7192558        71
         YSASFS1                N/A                 5234287        71
         YSASRPWP               N/A                 1197798        71
         YSGAFAPI                1326501            1400361        53,71
         YSMTI1                  8854657            9272666        53,66,71
         YSMTI3                  6387181            7243669        53,71
         YSMTI6                   550933            3259607        62,71
         YSMTI7                 N/A                 1484572        71
      most frequently used options within the VistA Mental Health Package,
         YTAPI                   9153058            9597980        53,71
         YTAPI1                  3410744            3829862        53,71
         YTAPI6                 N/A                 4909093        71
         YTAPI7                 N/A                 6440201        71
         YTAPI8                  3139609            6353687        67,71
         YTAPI9                 N/A                 4471729        71
         YTRPEXT                N/A                 3203374        71
         YTRPWRP                N/A                 3186347        71
       
       
      
    • 74 SEQ #65
      DATE APPLIED:   2003-02-04 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
       The Clozapine reporting software will automatically discontinue a 
       
       
              "Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
               Install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
               Protocols?
               YES// NO"
       
       Clozapine data is transmitted to the field offices in Hines and Dallas.  
               1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                  This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto
                  your system.
       
               2. Review your mapped set.  If the routines are mapped, they
                  should be removed from the mapped set at this time.
       
               3. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on
                  your system. You now need to use KIDS to install the
                  Transport global.
      The domain names have been changed from ISC-DALLAS.DOMAIN.EXT and 
       
                  On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
                  following options:
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
       
               4. Users may remain on the system, installation may be done at
                  any time except during the time scheduled for the Clozapine
      ISC-CHICAGO.DOMAIN.EXT to FO-DALLAS.DOMAIN.EXT and FO-HINES.DOMAIN.EXT.
                  roll-up.
       
               5. No options need to be placed out of service.
       
               6. Installation time is less than 2 minutes during off peak
                  hours and less than 5 minutes during peak hours.
       
               7. Installation of this patch requires no additional memory
                  space.
       
       
               8. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the
                  option:
                  'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*74 and
                  proceed with the install.
       
               9. If any routines were unmapped as part of step 2, they
                  should be returned to the mapped set once the installation
                  has run to completion.
      THIS PATCH WILL REPORT THE NEW RACE AND ETHNICITY ENTRIES TO THE NATIONAL 
      CLOZAPINE DATABASE.
       
      INSTALLATION TIME FRAME : VA DIRECTIVE 2001-023 REQUIRES INSTALLATION OF 
      THIS PATCH WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM THE TIME OF INITIAL RELEASE.
      patient if the patient's prescription is over 28 days old.  This prevents 
       
       Requesting Site: National Clozapine Coordinating Center
       
          Test Site(s): Coatesville
                        Boston
                        Madison
                        Portland
       
      Reference NOIS:   COA-0901-21209     CLOZAPINE PATIENTS INACTIVATED
                             I've been informed by Pharmacy service that we
      a patient from being issued medication on an expired prescription.  The 
                             continue to have Clozapine patients being
                             automatically inactivated (details can be
                             provided). We have previously worked with
                             Stephanie Todd from Dallas on specific problems,
                             however, NOIS BAC-0701-40194 notes in response
                             #22 that a patch is forthcoming.
       
                        BAC-0701-40194     Random inactivation of clozapine
                                           pts
                             Our pharmacy ADPAC has been reporting for awhile
      Clozapine protocol requires a new prescription each time the medication 
                             about Clozapine patients being inactivated.
                             I initially held off reporting this via NOIS
                             because I knew that PSO*7*56 was going to
                             address these problem previously reported by
                             other sites. We installed it in March, but it's
                             happened again randomly.  This time I had the
                             adpac report the patients name to me so that I
                             can begin to look at it.
       
                        BHS-0302-12595     Cloz trans failed
      is dispensed.  Clozapine patients are being discontinued whose 
                        MAD-0402-41028     Clozapine transmission failed
                             Both NOIS calls report an undefined error during
                             data transmission.  The reporting mechanism has
                             been modified to prevent this error.
                        UNY-0402-11524     CLOZARIL PATIENTS STILL BEING
                                           INACTIVATED
                             I still have complaints of patients being
                             inactivated for some reason and the pharmacy
                             needs to activate each time before entering
                             clozaril scripts.  The local site has contacted
      prescriptions are current.  This happens when the roll-up occurs between 
                             the NCCC and they just tell them to re-activate
                             and there is nothing wrong on their end.
       
       
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
       
        The following routines are included in this patch.  The second line
        of each of these routines now looks like:
        <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30,1994
      the time when the prescription is entered into the system and when it is 
       
                                    Checksum Values
       
        Routine Name      Before Patch         After Patch     Patch List
        ------------      ------------         -----------     ----------
       
        YSCLSERV           24479509             25083145       18,22,26,47,
                                                               61,69,74
        YSCLSRV1           1579043              1605367        61,69,74
        YSCLSRV3             N/A                7345805        74
      dispensed.  This patch will prevent the patient from being discontinued 
        YSCLTEST           12420746             12047382       18,22,26,47,
                                                               61,69,74
        YSCLTST1           15378976             15450428       18,22,25,26,
                                                               47,61,69,74
        YSCLTST2          11122299              11178871       18,22,26,47,
                                                               61,69,74
        YSCLTST3          13878933              15031797       18,22,25,26,
                                                               47,61,69,74
       
      List of preceding patches: 18,22,25,26,47,61,69
      until the prescription is 28 days past the fill date.
      Sites should use CHECK^XTSUMBLD to verify checksums.
       
               Installation Instructions:
               ==========================
       
        NOTE: This KIDS install does not place any options out of service
              during the install and no user options are affected.
       
              The site should answer "NO" to all three questions.
                  Note: You may not receive all three prompts at your site.
      
    • 76
      DATE APPLIED:   2003-06-28 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 70
      DATE APPLIED:   2003-11-21 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following issues in the Mental Health software. 
          properly. This has been corrected in MHA 1.0.2.10.
                        ISM-0702-90939
                        EKH-0698-41771
                  
                    
       
          Test Site(s): Battle Creek VAMC, MI
                        Miami VAMC, FL
                        Minneapolis VAMC, MN
                        Portland VAMC, OR
                        VA Central Texas HCS
          CLE-0303-41699
                        VA Health Care Network Upstate New York
                        VA N. Florida/S. Georgia Veterans HCS
                        VA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA HCS
       
       
          ROUTINE SUMMARY:
          ================
          The second line of the routine now looks like:
       
          <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
       
                                           Checksum Values
          Routine Name    Before Patch        After Patch     Patch List
          ------------    ------------        -----------     -----------
          YSPOS70          N/A                137198          70
          YSPRE70          N/A                401194          70
          YSLOCN          1357796             1317415         70
          YSMTI3          7694272             7918553         53,71,76,70
          YTALUSEC        2558679             3281368         54,70
          YTCESD           N/A                2054143         70
       2. New scales have been added to the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality 
          YTLCTD          2849688             2159359         70
          YTMMPI2B        17200069            18391657        10,31,76,70
          YTPHQ9           N/A                2995455         70
       
         Sites should use CHECK^XTSUMBLD to verify checksums.
       
         SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
         ===================
       
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part
          Inventory-2 (MMPI2).  The new scales are the Restructured Clinical
         of this patch:
       
          File Name                     Contents             Retrieval Format
          ---------                     --------             ----------------
          YS_501_70.KID                 YS*5.01*70               ASCII
       
          YS_501_70.ZIP                 Mental Health Assistant  BINARY
                                        This file is the complete install
                                        for the Mental Health Assistant
                                        GUI version 1.0.2.10 client.
          (RC) Scales for the MMPI2.  The RC scales are based on recent factor
       
          - YS_MHA.EXE                  MHA2 Executable
       
          YS50170_Setup_125.EXE         Mental Health Assistant  BINARY
                                        This file is the complete install
                                        for the Mental Health Assistant
                                        GUI version 1.0.2.10 client.
       
          - YS_MHA.exe       MHA2 Executable
          - YS_MHA_SD.exe    Secure Desktop Executable
          analyses of the existing Clinical Scales, and are intended to be used
          - YS_MHA_KH.DLL    Keyboard Hook DLL used by Secure Desktop
          - YS_MHA.Hlp       Online Help file
          - YS_MHA.GID       Online Help configuration file
       
       
         The software files are available on the following OI Field Offices'
         ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
          as aids in the interpretation of the Clinical Scale profile.  The names
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
       
          OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
          ===============    ===========                =========
          ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
       
          of the 9 RC scales are as follows (note that there is no RC5 scale):
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
         1. Use the 'LOAD A DISTRIBUTION' option on the Installation menu of the
            KIDS menu. The Host File name is YS_501_70.KID.  Answer YES to the
            question: "Want to Continue with Load? YES//"
       
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to install the Transport global. 
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the 
          RCd: Demoralization
            following options:
       
               Print Transport Global
               Compare Transport Global to Current System
               Verify Checksums in Transport Global
               Backup a Transport Global
       
      
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done 
            at off peak hours.
       
          RC1: Somatic Complaints
       
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes. 
       
       
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*70'
            and proceed with install.
       
       
          RC2: Low Positive Emotions
         6. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
            install//', respond NO.
            When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, 
            and Protocols? YES//', respond NO 
      
         7. Routines YSPRE70 and YSPOS70 are deleted after the installation has
            successfully completed.
          RC3: Cynicism
          RC4: Antisocial Behavior
          RC6: Ideas of Persecution
          RC7: Dysfunctional Negative Emotions
          RC8: Aberrant Experiences
          RC9: Hypomanic Activation
       
          Note:
       1. Patients who take the BECK SCALE FOR SUICIDAL IDEATION (BSI) test on
          The set of MMPI2 scales that are scored and the order in which they are 
          presented has been changed to be consistent with the recommendations of 
          the test authors and publisher. 
       
          The PTSD-Schlenger scale is no longer scored.
       
       
       3. Three new psychological tests have been added to the MH INSTRUMENT 
          (#601) file.  The new depression measures include the 20-item version
          Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CESD), the Center 
          the Mental Health Assistant are presented with questions that do not 
          For Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale 5 Items (CESD5) and the 
          Prime-MD Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ9).  The PHQ9 is based on 
          the 9 DSM-IV criteria for Major Depressive Episode, and test results
          include both the number of criteria met as well as indication of 
          whether the criteria for MDE are met.  All can now be administered 
          using the Mental Health Assistant.
       
       4. The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Condensed (AUDC) has been
          revised to meet the new Alcohol Screening Performance Measure issued by
          the Office of Quality and Performance.
          make sense when compared to their previous answers. For example, the 
       
       5. The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Condensed Revised (AUDCR)
          has been made non-operational by setting the value to "N" in the 
          MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) OPERATIONAL field (#32).
       
       6. An entry to the COPYRIGHT HOLDER file (#601.3) has been made for the new
          psychological test PHQ9.
       
       7. The instrument Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEOPI) in the MH
          MULTIPLE SCORING file (#601.6), which allows the user to score
          patient says that he/she is not suicidal but the test asks him/her 
          multiple instruments, has been edited to correctly return scale 
          scores to be displayed on the Test Results in the Mental Health
          Assistant (MHA).
       
          Also corrected within the NEOPI is item #86 which read "When I'm under 
          a great deal of stress, sometimes I fell like I'm going to pieces.".  
          Item #86 now reads as "When I'm under a great deal of stress, sometimes
          I feel like I'm going to pieces." 
       
       
          detailed questions about the last attempt and possible future attempts
       8. When running option List Test and Interviews [YSMLST] from programmer
          prompt...%DSM-E-ENDOFILE, end of file encountered.  This error has been 
          corrected.
          EKH-0698-41771
       
      
       9. The instrument Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCMI3) in the 
          MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) ITEM NUMBER field (#1) entry #41 which read
          "I've done a number of stupid things on impulse that needed up causing 
          me great trouble.". Item Number #41 now reads as "I've done a number of
          at suicide.  The skip logic for the BSI was not included in MHA.
          stupid things on impulse that ended up causing me great trouble."
          CTX-1003-71717
      
          Also within the MCMI3 the TEST SCALE NUMBER field (#16) SCALE NAME
          sub-field (#.05) for entries 12, 14 and 15 which read:
      
                6B Aggressive/Sadistic
                8A Passive-Aggressive
                8B Self-Defeating
      
          The skip logic for the BSI using the List Manager software worked
          SCALE NAME entries 12, 14 and 15 now read as:
      
                6B Sadistic
                8A Negativistic
                8B Masochistic
          
       
       
          NOIS call(s): CTX-1003-71717
                        CLE-0303-41699
      
    • 83 SEQ #68
      DATE APPLIED:   2004-03-30 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch fixes problems with scoring of the MBMD instrument.
      
    • 20 SEQ #24
      DATE APPLIED:   1996-12-27 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 81 SEQ #69
      DATE APPLIED:   2004-04-27 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch contains routine YSGAFHL7 which has been modified to send the
        Test Site(s):    HEARTLAND-WEST HCS
                         Miami VAMC, FL
                         Minneapolis VAMC, MN
                         New York HCS, NY
          
      
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
         
        The second line of the routine now looks like:
      new race and ethnicity data to the National Patient Care Database (NPCD) in
        
        <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30, 1994
         
                                        Checksum Values
         
        Routine Name       Before Patch        After Patch         Patch List
        ------------       ------------        -----------         ----------
            YSGAFHL7            5831582            5842715         43,81
      
      
      Austin, TX.
      
        Installation Instructions:
        ==========================
              1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu. This
                 option will load the KIDS package in this message onto your
                 system.
              2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
                 system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
                 global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
                 following options:
      
        
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
        
              3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
              4. Users may remain on the system.
              5. Installation will take less than five minutes.
                 this patch requires no additional memory space.
      
              6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option 
                 'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*81' and proceed
                 with install.
              7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? 
                 YES//', respond NO.
              8. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
                 and Protocols? YES//', respond NO.
        Associated E3R:  N/A
      
        Associated NOIS: N/A
      
      
    • 87 SEQ #70
      DATE APPLIED:   2004-10-15 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch replaces the Mental Health option Usage Statistics [YSMUSE] with 
      
        
                                       Checksum Values
         Routine Name   Before Patch    After Patch     Patch List
         ------------   ------------    -----------     ----------
         YSTUSE             N/A         1776923         87
         YTSTAT         5120372         N/A - Deleted during the install
      
      
          Installation Instructions:
          ==========================
      The server option Mental Health Test Usage Server [YS TEST USAGE] is 
      
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
             your system.
       
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
      activated by a mail message.  The mail message invokes the routine YSTUSE 
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
        
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
      which returns the results of the psychological test instrument usage at the 
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
             'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*87' and
             proceed with install.
       
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion
             of Install? YES//', respond YES.  Responding with a yes, will
             add considerable time to the installation.
        
      site the mail message is sent to.  
          8. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
        
          9. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO.
       
          NOTE: Routine YTSTAT is deleted during the patch installation.
      
      
      This is an example to invoke the server to create the mail message.
      
      Select OPTION NAME: XMUSER       MailMan Menu
      
      a new Mental Health option Mental Health Test Usage Server [YS TEST USAGE].
      VA MailMan 8.0 service for XXXX.XXXX_X@MHCVSS.FO-ALBANY.DOMAIN.EXT
      You last used MailMan: 09/14/04@17:01
      You have 2 new messages.
      
      
         NML    New Messages and Responses
         RML    Read/Manage Messages
         SML    Send a Message
                Query/Search for Messages
         AML    Become a Surrogate (SHARED,MAIL or Other)
      This is a server option to be used only by the members of the National Mental 
                Personal Preferences ...
                Other MailMan Functions ...
                Help (User/Group Info., etc.) ...
      
      Select MailMan Menu Option: S  Send a Message
      
      Subject: YS TEST USAGE
      You may enter the text of the message...
      Input file does not exist
      [EOB]
      Health Strategic Healthcare Group (MHSHG) to determine the annual 
      *C
      
      
      
      3031001^3040930           <--------- The dates requested to do the search 
                                           must be in VA FILEMAN's conventional
      [EOB]                                internal format. The first date is the
                                           start date and the second date is the 
                                           end date for the request.
      
      psychological test instrument usage at a site.
      *EX
      USER$:[XXXXXXX]DIWE$545444715.TMP;1 1 line
      
      Send mail to: XXXXXX,XXXX X// S.YS TEST USAGE       Mental Health Test 
      Usage Server                  ---------------         
      And Send to:                  The form of the mail message is identical to 
                                    any other mail message except that it is 
                                    addressed to S.<option name>. The "S." routes 
                                    the message to the server request software.
      
      
      
      The output from the server request is returned in the form of a MAILMAN 
      message.  This is an example of the server request to S.YS TEST USAGE.
                                                            ---------------
      
      Subj: MH testing Statictics: YS TEST USAGE  [#79130] 09/15/04@14:39
      14 lines
      From: MH AUTOMATED TESTING REPLY  In 'IN' basket.   Page 1  *New*
      -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      377^Dallas OIFO^377
      This patch contains one new server option Mental Health Test Usage Server [YS 
      From: 3031001 To: 3040930
       
      AUIR^7^2
      CRS^19^3
      ZUNG^87^1
      MMPI2^202^1
      MISS^205^3
      PAI^216^1
      BDI^223^1
      CAGE^226^2
      TEST USAGE] and one new routine YSTUSE.  Option Usage Statistics [YSMUSE] 
      AIMS^234^1
      BDI2^245^4
      MCMI3^246^1
      
      
      
         Nois call(s): None
       
       
         Test Site(s): Minneapolis VAMC, MN
      and routine YTSTAT are deleted during installation of the patch.
                       Salt Lake City VAMC, UT
                       VA Health Care Network Upstate New York, NY
      
         E3Rs: None         
      
      
         ROUTINE SUMMARY
         ===============
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[Patch List]**;Dec 30, 1994
      
    • 78 SEQ #71
      DATE APPLIED:   2004-11-11 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      ****************************************************************************
      Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 1.  
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
        
      
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
             'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*78' and
             proceed with install.
       
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion
      This patch also deletes option YS BROKER [YS BROKER] from the OPTION file
             of Install? YES//', respond YES.  Responding with a yes, will
             add considerable time to the installation.
        
          8. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
        
          9. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO. 
      
         10. Retrieve and open the file:  YS_501_78.ZIP
      (#19).
        
         11. Place the MENTAL HEALTH ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX MULTIMEDIA VERSION
             (ASI-MV) INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE in a location that can be
             accessed by ASI-MV users.
        
         12. Please refer to the POST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section of the
             MENTAL HEALTH ADDICTION SEVERITY INDEX MULTIMEDIA VERSION (ASI-MV)
             INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE to install the COTS ASI-MV software,
             YS_ASIMV.EXE, YS_ASIMV_SD.EXE and YS_ASIMV_KH.DLL.
       
      
         13. Place the option YS BROKER1 [YS BROKER1] on the Mental Health users
             secondary menu if it does not already exist.
      
         Nois call(s): PRO-1103-12097
                       LIT-1103-71512
                       GRJ-1103-51290
                       ANC-1003-52367
      *IMPORTANT NOTE TO IRM THIS PATCH MUST BE INSTALLED.  ALTHOUGH NO ROUTINES *
                       SBY-1003-32313
                       FGH-1003-31033
                       MAC-1003-60102
                       CHY-0903-52052
                       NOL-0903-71215
                       NTH-0903-71179
                       HWH-0903-41110
                       ALT-0402-20514
                       BHS-0102-11169 
       
      *ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PATCH KIDS DELETES THE OPTION YS BROKER [YS BROKER]  *
       
         Test Site(s): Atlanta VAMC, GA
                       Cheyenne VAMC, WY
                       Grand Junction VAMC, CO
                       Little Rock VAMC, AR
                       Houston VAMC, TX
                       New Orleans VAMC, LA
                       Oklahoma City VAMC
                       Salisbury VAMC, NC
                       Salt Lake City, UT
      *WHEN THE PATCH IS INSTALLED.                                              *
                       Topeka VAMC, KA
                       VA Health Care Network Upstate New York System, NY
                       VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, WA
      
         ROUTINE SUMMARY
         ===============
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[Patch List]**;Dec 30, 1994
        
                                       Checksum Values
      ****************************************************************************
         Routine Name   Before Patch    After Patch     Patch List
         ------------   ------------    -----------     ----------
         N/A
      
      
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part of   
           - YSASIMV_IGUM.PDF           YS*5.01*78 ASI-MV Installation Guide
         this patch:
        
          File Name                     Contents                  Retrieval Format
      
          ---------                     --------                  ----------------
          YS_501_78.ZIP                                               BINARY
           - YS_501_78_SETUP_1_0_3_10.EXE ASI-MV complete install for version
                                          1.0.3.10 of the ASI-MV
              - YS_ASIMV.EXE               ASI-MV Interface Executable
              - YS_ASIMV_SD.EXE            Secure Desktop Executable
              - YS_ASIMV_KH.DLL            Keyboard Hook DLL used by Secure Desktop
           - YS_ASIMV.EXE               ASI-MV Interface Executable
           - YS_ASIMV_SD.EXE            Secure Desktop Executable
           - YS_ASIMV_KH.DLL            Keyboard Hook DLL used by Secure Desktop
      Patch YS*5.01*78 updates the file YS_ASIMV.EXE to be invoked from the 
           - YSASIMV_IGUM.PDF           YS*5.01*78 ASI-MV Installation Guide
                                                          User Manual
           - YSASIMV_IGUM.DOC           YS*5.01*78 ASI-MV Installation Guide
                                                          User Manual
       
         The software files are available on one of the following OI Field
         Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these 
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
      Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) GUI Tool Bar.  YS_ASIMV.EXE now
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
      
       
            OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
            ===============    ===========                =========
            ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
      supports Windows 2000 (W2K) operating system and Microsoft Windows XP 
      
          Installation Instructions:
          ==========================
      
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
             your system.
       
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
      
    • 77
      DATE APPLIED:   2004-12-28 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 84 SEQ #73
      DATE APPLIED:   2005-02-04 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      =============================================================================
      (#2) for the entry the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI2) a period has 
            ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
            SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
      
          Installation Instructions:
          ==========================
      
          1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
             This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto 
      been added to the end of each response number.  This will allow a reminder
             your system.
       
          2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
             system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport
             global. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use
             the following options:
       
                        Print Transport Global
                        Compare Transport Global to Current System
                        Verify Checksums in Transport Global
      to be built by the Clinical Reminder software.  Here is an example of the
                        Backup a Transport Global
       
          3. Installation of this patch should be at off peak hours.
        
          4. Users may remain on the system.
       
          5. Installation will take less than five minutes. Installation
             of this patch requires no additional memory space.
       
          6. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
      edit made to ITEM NUMBER 2 of the BDI2 instrument using a FILEMAN inquiry:
             'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*84' and
             proceed with install.
       
          7. When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion
             of Install? YES//', respond NO.  Responding with a yes, will
             add considerable time to the installation.
        
          8. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
             install? YES//', respond  NO.
        
      
          9. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu
             Options, and Protocols? YES//', respond  NO. 
      
         10. Please refer to the POST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section of the 
             MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT VERSION 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE to install the 
             MHA software.
      Before patch:
      
      ITEM NUMBER: 2                          VALID RESPONSE SET: 0123X
       TEXT: PESSIMISM
        
      *IMPORTANT NOTE TO IRM THIS PATCH MUST BE INSTALLED.  ALTHOUGH NO ROUTINES  *
       0 I am not discouraged about my future.
       1 I feel more discouraged about my future than I used to be.
       2 I do not expect things to work out for me.
       3 I feel my future is hopeless and will only get worse.
      
      After patch:
      
      ITEM NUMBER: 2                          VALID RESPONSE SET: 0123X
       TEXT: PESSIMISM
        
      *ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PATCH KIDS UPDATES THE MH INSTRUMENT file (#601) WITH *
       0. I am not discouraged about my future.
       1. I feel more discouraged about my future than I used to be.
       2. I do not expect things to work out for me.
       3. I feel my future is hopeless and will only get worse.
      
      
      2. In the Mental Health Assistant GUI version 1.0.2.9 when using the mouse 
      scroll button in the left-hand pane, the pane freezes at times.  Returning 
      to the desktop the mouse arrow suddenly becomes unresponsive to mouse 
      movements and begins performing the movements that should have occurred in 
      *DATA WHEN THE PATCH IS INSTALLED.                                          *
      the Mental Health Assistant - in the same area of the screen where the lists 
      of tests was.  This has been corrected in MHA 1.0.2.10 to properly navigate 
      the large amounts of patient psychological test data users may have.
      
      3. The instrument ANALYSIS OF RELATIONSHIPS (AOR) has been made
      non-operational by setting the value to "N" in the MH INSTRUMENT file
      (#601) OPERATIONAL field (#32).
      
      
         Nois call(s): None
      =============================================================================
       
       
         Test Site(s): New Orleans VAMC, LA  
                       Portland VAMC, OR
                       Salt Lake City VAMC, UT
                       VA Health Care Network Upstate New York
               
      
      
         ROUTINE SUMMARY
      
         ===============
         The second line of the routine now looks like:
         <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[Patch List]**;Dec 30, 1994
        
                                       Checksum Values
         Routine Name   Before Patch    After Patch     Patch List
         ------------   ------------    -----------     ----------
         N/A
      
      
      Patch YS*5.01*84 addresses three issues within the Mental Health software.
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part of   
         this patch:
        
          File Name                     Contents                  Retrieval Format
          ---------                     --------                  ----------------
          YS_MHA.exe                    Mental Health Assistant   Binary
                                        Executable GUI version 1.0.2.10
                                        client.
          YS50184_Setup_123.EXE         Mental Health Assistant   BINARY
                                        This file is the complete install
      
                                        for the Mental Health Assistant
                                        GUI version 1.0.2.10 client.
       
          - YS_MHA.exe       MHA Executable
          - YS_MHA_SD.exe    Secure Desktop Executable
          - YS_MHA_KH.DLL    Keyboard Hook DLL used by Secure Desktop
          - YS_MHA.Hlp       Online Help file
          - YS_MHA.GID       Online Help configuration file
       
         The software files are available on one of the following OI Field
      1. In the MH INSTRUMENT file (#601), ITEM NUMBER field (#1), TEXT sub-field 
         Offices' ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these 
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
      
       
            OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
            ===============    ===========                =========
      
    • 88 SEQ #74
      DATE APPLIED:   2005-09-24 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Under certain coditions when entering an Outpatient ASI the message 
      Progress Note Created will display when it has not been created.
      
    • 90 SEQ #75
      DATE APPLIED:   2006-09-23 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Recent changes in the Clozapine protocol require changes to the Clozapine 
      in the past.
       
      Enter the type of the test for Clozapine: WHITE BLOOD COUNT
      Enter the reporting method of the test for Clozapine: ?
       
      Enter a code from the list.
       
           Select one of the following:
       
                0         uL
                1         K/uL
       
                2         Percent
       
      Enter the reporting method of the test for Clozapine: 2  Percent
       
      Enter the name of the test for Clozapine:
       
      The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) uses White Blood Cell Count and 
      Absolute Neutrophil Count as the definitive tests to verify for Clozapine 
      use, however your lab may report your data under any of the names you 
      enter into these lists.  If the WBC and ANC are not directly available, 
      The weekly roll-up creates a report that is sent to the local G.PSOCLOZ 
      ANC will be calculated from the other data available and presented to 
      Pharmacy (and CPRS (Computerized Patient Record System) during a later 
      revision) at the time of dispense and used to evaluate the safety under 
      FDA limits.  Only the most recent WBC will be accepted, and the date and 
      time stamp of the Neutrophil count must match the date and time stamp of 
      the WBC.
       
       
      WHITE BLOOD CELL  (WBC)
       
      mail group.  This report lists the patients reported to the national 
      For reference  "White Blood Cell Count" is a portion of the total blood 
      content and the sum total of two different kinds of cells - 
       
               AGRANULOCYTES - those cells which do not have granules
               that absorb a stain.  These cells are subdivided
               into Lymphocytes and Monocytes. 
       
               GRANULOCYTES  -- those cells which contain granules
               that absorb a stain.  These cells are subdivided
               into Neutrophils, Basophils, and Eosinophils.  
      database along with an indicator showing whether or not Lab and RX data 
       
      Both Agranulocytes and Granulocytes are part of the Total White Blood 
      Cell Count.  Therefore, the total WBC is the sum of five different types 
      of cells.  
       
      WBC as well as its five components are usually expressed as the total 
      number of cells in a cubic centimeter of blood (cc) or cubic millimeter 
      (cu mm or mm-3)or milliliters (mL).  
       
      WBC usually falls with a range between 4000 and 11,000 but fluctuates for 
      were transmitted.  This report has been updated to show the date of the 
      a number of medical reasons.  For brevity, WBC results may be divided by 
      1000 and presented as K/cc or K/cu mm or K/mm-3 or K/mL
       
       
      The five components are similarly expressed as number of the same type OR 
      as a percentage of the total WBC.  
       
      The sum of counts of the five components of should equal the total WBC OR 
      the sum of the percentages of the five components should equal 100%
       
      most recent WBC (White Blood Count) and Neutrophil Count along with the 
      This test is sometimes also referred to as "Leukocyte Count" 
       
       
      Absolute Neutrophil Count (ANC)
       
      The Absolute Neutrophil Count is the total number of Neutrophil cells in 
      the total WBC count.  The other GRANULOCYTE cells - Basophils and 
      Eosinophils (see White Blood Cell Count above) - are not included in this 
      number.  Therefore - a test titled GRANULOCYTES - may not produce the 
      desired result as it may include Basophils and Eosinophils.
      date of the most recent Clozapine prescription.  Mental Health and 
       
      Since the ANC is a portion of the WBC, it is only valid if it is 
      traceable to the WBC sample drawn at the same date and time.  
       
      ANC is a count and not a percentage - expressed as WBC with the total 
      number of cells in a cubic centimeter of blood (cc) or cubic millimeter 
      (cu mm or mm-3)or milliliters (mL).  Again, this number may be divided by 
      a thousand for brevity.  
       
      The Absolute Neutrophil Count generally ranges from 1600 to 7700 / but it 
      Pharmacy personnel responsible for prescribing and dispensing Clozapine 
      can ever exceed the WBC count.  
       
      This test can also be knows as polymorphonuclear cells or PMN's. 
       
       
      Neutrophil Percent  (Neut%)
       
      The Neutrophil Percent is the portion of the total WBC and that is 
      composed of Neutrophil cells, excluding all agranulocytes and other 
      granulocytes.  This number is usually between 40% and 70%, but fluctuates 
      should be made aware of this mail group and given the opportunity to join.
      for many medical reasons.  
       
      Since it is reported as a portion of the total WBC, it is only valid if 
      it is traceable to the WBC sample drawn at the same date and time.  
       
      Neut% is commonly obtained by automatic testing equipment to represent 
      the Neutrophil content in the blood.  
       
      Neut% is a percentage and not a count - reported in the portion of the 
      WBC.  It can be converted into an Absolute Neutrophil Count in the 
      Roll Up software.  Originally, all Clozapine prescriptions were limited 
       
      following formula (Neutrophil% / 100) X WBC count).  
       
      The Neutrophil Percent generally ranges from 37% to 80% and should never 
      exceed 90% of the total WBC count unless special medical conditions are 
      present.  
       
       
      SEGS  & BANDS  
       
      The WBC/Granulocyte/Neutrophil cell type can be further subdivided into 
      NEW OPTION:
      two types.  Mature neutrophils are called SEGS.  Immature neutrophils 
      called BANDS also circulate in the blood until they mature into SEGS.  
      The sum of SEGS and BANDS is equal to the ANC of a give WBC count.  
       
      SEGS and BANDS may be reported as a count, expressed in cc, mm-3, cu mm, 
      or mL.  A preceding K indicates the number has been divided by 1000.  
       
      When SEGS and BANDS are reported as a number, the sum total of SEGS and 
      BANDS equals the total Neutrophil Count (ANC)  NOTE that the program 
      needs an identifying test for both SEGS and BANDS.  Reporting SEGS 
      ==========
      without a parallel result from BANDS will result in an error condition 
      that may prevent Pharmacy dispense.  
       
      This number generally ranges between 1600 and 7700 / cu mm.  It should 
      never exceed 90% of the total WBC except under special circumstances. 
       
      SEGS and BANDS may be reported as a PERCENTAGE of the total WBC.  
      Therefore the total number of neutrophils (ANC) in a give WBC is = total 
      WBC  X  (% Segs  + % Bands).  This calculation will be performed by the 
      Pharmacy patch to obtain and ANC when necessary
      The Link Multiple Tests to Clozapine [CLOZAPINE MULTI TEST LINK] option 
       
      The sum total of SEGS% and BANDS% can never exceed 100.
       
      DATA DICTIONARY:
      ===============
      CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST File (#603.01), OVERRIDE DATE field (#3) - This 
      field was added to allow the NCCC more control over the overrides 
      performed at the site.
       
      CLOZAPINE PARAMETERS File (#603.03), LOCK DOWN field (#7) - This field 
      must be assigned to the person or persons responsible for ensuring that 
      was added to allow the NCCC to prevent the dispensing of any Clozapine 
      prescription at a site.
       
       
      CLOZAPINE TESTS file (#603.04) - This file was added to allow the sites 
      to select multiple tests for the WBC and Neutrophil count.
       
      Field         Field Name           Description
      603.04,.01    NAME            0;1 FREE TEXT (Required)
      603.04,1      TEST NAME       1;0 POINTER Multiple #603.41
      the appropriate data is in place to validate Clozapine testing data.  
      603.41,.01    TEST NAME       0;1 POINTER TO LABORATORY TEST FILE (#60)
      603.41,1      TEST TYPE            0;2 SET (Required)
       
                                      'W' FOR WHITE BLOOD COUNT; 
                                      'A' FOR ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHIL COUNT; 
                                      'N' FOR NEUTROPHIL PERCENT; 
                                      'S' FOR SEGS %; 
                                      'B' FOR BANDS %; 
                                      'T' FOR BANDS ABSOLUTE; 
                                      'C' FOR SEGS ABSOLUTE; 
      This is usually the Laboratory ADPAC.
      603.41,2      REPORTING FORMAT     0;3 SET (Required)
       
                                      '0' FOR Units; 
                                      '1' FOR K/units; 
                                      '2' FOR Percentage; 
       
      INSTALLATION TIME FRAME:
      =======================
      VA DIRECTIVE 2001-023 REQUIRES INSTALLATION OF THIS PATCH WITHIN 30 DAYS 
      FROM THE TIME OF INITIAL RELEASE.
       
       
      REQUESTING SITE:
      ===============
      National Clozapine Coordinating Center
       
      Test Site(s):
      ============
      West LA
      Oklahoma
      Louisville
      This option will ask for the local laboratory name that equates to the 
       
      Reference NOIS:
      ==============
      NA
      a
      ASSOCIATED E3Rs:
      ===============
      NA
       
      ASSOCIATED REMEDY TICKETS:
      following seven common test names
      =========================
      NA
       
        ROUTINE SUMMARY:
        ================
       
        The following routines are included in this patch.  The second line
        of each of these routines now looks like:
        <tab>   ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[patch list]**;Dec 30,1994
       
      to 7 days.  Renewals and refills were not allowed.  In addition, the 
       
                                    Checksum Values
       
        Routine Name      Before Patch         After Patch     Patch List
        ------------      ------------         -----------     ----------
       
        YSCLSERV           25083145              25564583      18,22,26,47,
                                                               61,69,74,90
        YSCLSRV1           1605367               1606233       61,69,74,90
        YSCLSRV2           16840829              24723007      69,90
        YSCLSRV3           7345805               24872037      74,90
      White Blood Cell Count
        YSCLTEST           12047382              12378003      18,22,26,47,
                                                               61,69,74,90
        YSCLTST1           15450428              11839450      18,22,25,26,
                                                               47,61,69,74,90
        YSCLTST2           11178871              32098862      18,22,26,47
                                                               61,69,74,90
        YSCLTST3           15031797              25645207      18,22,25,26
                                                               47,61,69,74,90
       
       
      Absolute Neutrophil Count
      List of preceding patches: 18,22,25,26,47,61,69,74
      Sites should use CHECK^XTSUMBLD to verify checksums.
       
               Installation Instructions:
               ==========================
       
        NOTE: This KIDS install does not place any options out of service
              during the install and no existing user options are affected.
       
              The site should answer "NO" to all three questions.
      Neutrophil %
                  Note: You may not receive all three prompts at your site.
       
              "Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
               Install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? YES// NO"
       
              "Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
               Protocols?
               YES// NO"
      Segs  (Percent)
       
               1. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu.
                  This option will load the KIDS package in this message onto
                  your system.
       
               2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on
                  your system. You now need to use KIDS to install the
                  Transport global.
       
                  On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
      Bands (Percent)
                  following options:
                      Print Transport Global
                      Compare Transport Global to Current System
                      Verify Checksums in Transport Global
                      Backup a Transport Global
       
               3. Users may remain on the system, installation may be done at
                  any time except during the time scheduled for the Clozapine
                  roll-up.
       
      Segs  (Absolute Count)
               4. No options need to be placed out of service.
       
               5. Installation time is less than 2 minutes during off peak
                  hours and less than 5 minutes during peak hours.
       
               6. Installation of this patch requires no additional memory
                  space.
       
               7. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the
                  option:
      Bands (Absolute Count)
                  'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*90 and
                  proceed with the install.
       
      You will also be asked to fill in the reporting format for each test.  
      Clozapine reporting software automatically discontinued any patient if 
      Most sites report WBC and Neutrophil results in K/unit format (K/cc or 
      K/cu mm or K/mm-3 or K/mL). For example, WBC equals 5.1.  However, some 
      report results as discrete units. For example, WBC equals 5100.  This 
      field will allow the site to specify how results are reported.  Entries 
      that report in a percentage (such as Neutrophil %, Segs %, and Bands %) 
      should use "Percentage".
       
      You may input as many names from the local laboratory definition for each 
      of these tests as needed.  Remember that the laboratory may have designed 
      special names for specific test equipment, specific test locations, or 
      the patient's prescription was over 28 days old.  This was to prevent a 
      specific test conditions, such as manual counts.  
       
      In fact, if your facility has Clozapine patients with blood samples drawn 
      and tested on a fee-basis at other CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement 
      Amendments) approved labs, it is extremely important for your Laboratory 
      have tests to accept manual input of these tests.  
       
      Therefore, you should involve laboratory managers or ADPAC (Automated 
      Data Processing Application Coordinator) in selection of these names - 
      both to define the test names currently in use and to create the 
      patient from being issued medication on an expired prescription.  The 
      provision for manual entry of data.  Please be certain every possible 
      local laboratory name that represents these tests is entered that relates 
      to each of the seven test names above.  Pharmacy dispense will be 
      prevented unless the program can find the needed test results under one 
      of names you identify as an equivalent for each of the seven tests.
       
      Security Key: The YSCL AUTHORIZED Security Key is new with this patch.  
       This key must be assigned to each provider authorized to dispense 
       Clozapine.
       
      revised Clozapine protocol allows for a monthly prescription as well as 
      EXAMPLE: CLOZAPINE MULTI TEST LINK [Link Multiple Tests to Clozapine] 
      option
       
      Select OPTION NAME: CLOZ
           1   CLOZAPINE MULTI TEST LINK       Link Multiple Tests to Clozapine
           2   CLOZAPINE DATA SERVER  YSCLSERVER     Clozapine Data Server
           3   CLOZAPINE PHARMACY MANAGER  PSOL MANAGER     Clozapine Pharmacy 
      Manager
           4   CLOZAPINE TEST LINK  YSCL TEST LINK     Clozapine Test Link
      CHOOSE 1-4: 1  CLOZAPINE MULTI TEST LINK     Link Multiple Tests to 
      weekly and bi-weekly.  The patient is now automatically discontinued if 
      Clozapine 
      Link Multiple Tests to Clozapine
      Currently linked Tests:
      NEUTROPHIL MATURITY, MEAN represents WHITE BLOOD COUNT
      SEGS represents BANDS %
       
      Enter the name of the test for Clozapine: WBC       WBC
      Enter the type of the test for Clozapine: ?
       
      Enter a code from the list.
      the issue date for the most recent prescription is greater than 56 days 
       
           Select one of the following:
       
                W         WHITE BLOOD COUNT
                A         ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHIL COUNT
                N         NEUTROPHIL PERCENT
                S         SEGS %
                B         BANDS %
                T         BANDS ABSOLUTE
                C         SEGS ABSOLUTE
      
    • 82 SEQ #76
      DATE APPLIED:   2007-09-04 23:37:44
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch fixes the problem with undefined errors occurring when
      displaying incomplete Seclusion/Restraint (S/R) record
      Information via YSSR ENTRY and YSSR RELEASE options and removes 
      leftover nodes from a previous restructuring of file 604.
      It also corrects a problem whereby GAF scores are not always
      seen in the Encounter dialogue of CPRS.
      
    • 85
      DATE APPLIED:   2008-02-03 22:17:17
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
       
      Further, the integration should make appropriate Mental Health assessment 
        target populations, normative samples and copyright information. Actions
        available including privileging, reporting of full item content and
        transmission to the Mental Health National Database are also specified. 
       
        Entries may be made through the provided Mental Health Authoring software. 
        Direct entry through Fileman or the programmer prompt is prohibited.
       
        MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72)
        ---------------------------
        This file contains a listing of all questions for all Psychological 
      tools available to clinicians outside Mental Health (e.g., depression and 
        Interviews, Surveys and Tests.  This allows usage of questions by multiple 
        instruments. Each question can also linked to an entry in the MH 
        INTRODUCTIONS file (#601.73), the MH CHOICES file (#601.75), the MH 
        CHOICETYPES file (#601.751) and the Hint field (#8) in the MH QUESTIONS 
        file (#601.72). 
       
        MH INTRODUCTIONS file (#601.73)
        -------------------------------
        This file contains the introductory information given at the beginning of 
        each instrument or at the beginning of a new section of an instrument. The 
      alcohol screening instruments should be made available to primary care 
        introduction text motivates, gives instructions and sets the frame for the 
        task the patient must complete. The same introduction text can be used by 
        multiple instruments.
       
        MH RESPONSE TYPES file (#601.74)
        --------------------------------
        This file contains what type of response from the user is required for a 
        question.  Response types contained in the file include MCHOICE (multiple 
        choice), Integers, Strings, Dates, Memos and Currency.  These entries are 
        pointed to the MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72).
      clinicians)."
       
        MH CHOICES file (#601.75)
        -------------------------
        This file contains the individual selections possible in a multiple choice 
        question.  Examples are Yes or No, True or False, 1.  Abraham Lincoln, 2.
        George Washington, 3. George W. Bush or 4. Richard Nixon. For instruments 
        first defined in the legacy system MH INSTRUMENT file (#601), a single 
        character is specified for a multiple choice answer.  If George Washington 
        was the choice selected the legacy value would be 2.  
       
       
        Choices are pointed to by the MH CHOICETYPES file (#601.751) which is a 
        collection of choices.  Choices are referenced in the MH ANSWERS file 
        (#601.85) as a pointer to the full response.
       
        MH CHOICETYPES file (#601.751)
        ------------------------------
        This file contains a collection of choices from MH CHOICES file (#601.75) 
        and their display sequence.  This allows sets of choices to be specified by 
        the MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72).  An example of an entry would be: 1. True 
        2. False 3. Undecided  Each multiple choice question must specify a 
      This revision of MHA creates a closer integration with CPRS, by placing the MHA
        ChoiceType. In this way a ChoiceType can be used by multiple instruments 
        and multiple questions.
       
        MH INSTRUMENT CONTENT file (#601.76)
        ------------------------------------
        This file specifies which entries from the MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72) are 
        parts of which instrument in the MH TESTS AND SURVEYS file (#601.71).  It is 
        the "table of contents" for an interview, survey or test. Also specified are 
        the sequence of questions and display attributes for the introductions, 
        questions and choices.  Display attributes can be bold, underlined and font
      GUI on the CPRS Tools Menu.  Additionally, functionality was created to allow 
        size for the introductions, questions and choices.
       
        MH BATTERIES file (#601.77)
        ---------------------------
        This file contains a list of interview, survey and test order sets.
       
        MH BATTERY CONTENTS file (#601.78)
        ----------------------------------
        Ties the entries in the MH BATTERY CONTENTS file (#601.78) to the 
        instruments in the MH TESTS AND SURVEYS file (#601.71). 
      a site to place an individual instrument on the Tools menu, allowing widespread
       
        MH BATTERY USERS file (#601.781)
        --------------------------------
        This file contains a list of all interviews, surveys and tests associated 
        with an entry in the MH BATTERIES file (#601.77).  The order of presentation 
        of the interviews, surveys and tests within a battery and which battery 
        belongs to which user in the NEW PERSON file (#200) is also specified.
       
        MH SKIPPED QUESTIONS file (#601.79)
        -----------------------------------
      access to that specific instrument without having to issue the menu for the MHP
        This file specifies the questions to be skipped (by question IEN) if a rule 
        is met for a given question in a given instrument.
       
        MH SECTIONS file (#601.81)
        --------------------------
        This file specifies sections within an interview, survey and test. The first 
        MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72) is specified along with captions (tab and 
        overall). Display characteristics can also be set.
       
        MH RULES file (#601.82)
      to all clinicians.
        -----------------------
        This file contains the rules used in administering an interview, survey or 
        test. A rule is an action that is performed when a specified question is 
        answered in a specified manner. An example of a rule would be to enter 'Not
        applicable' to the Question, "Are you pregnant?" if the patient has had a
        hysterectomy. Rules are complex logic based entries that enables the user to
        create complex scripts.
       
        MH INSTRUMENTRULES file (#601.83)
        ---------------------------------
      The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Action Agenda for implementing the 
       
        This file ties together an instrument in the MH TESTS AND SURVEYS file 
        (#601.71), a question in the MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72) and a rule in the 
        MH RULES file (#601.82). This allows a rule to be used in multiple 
        instruments and for different questions.
       
        MH ADMINISTRATIONS file (#601.84)
        ---------------------------------
        The MH ADMINISTRATIONS file (#601.84) contains the data collected during 
        the administration of a specified instrument from the MH TESTS AND SURVEYS 
        file (#601.71) given to a patient at a specific date and time. For each 
      Additional functionality that strengthens the tie to the patient's medical 
        administration of a specified instrument from the MH TESTS AND SURVEYS file 
        (#601.71) there will be an entry in this file. 
       
        An entry in this file does not store the results of the instrument's 
        administration but is an index to the instrument's administration. The entry 
        indicates whether the instrument has been completed, who ordered the 
        instrument, how many questions were answered and if the test has been 
        electronically signed.
       
        MH ANSWERS file (#601.85)
      record is the creation of a progress note in CPRS when an instrument is 
        -------------------------
        When a patient answers a question, the results are stored in this file. An 
        entry for each question answered, in each administration is stored. Each 
        entry  has an MH ADMINISTRATON ID field(#.01) of the MH ADMINISTRATION file 
        (#601.84), a Question NUMBER field (#.01) of the MH QUESTIONS file (601.72) 
        and the response.
       
        MH SCALEGROUPS file (#601.86)
        -----------------------------
        ScaleGroups are collections of MH SCALES file (#601.87) that are logically 
      completed through MHA.
        displayed together. Information needed to graph the scales are stored here.
        This includes the ordinate title, minimum and maximum values, graph 
        increments and grid lines.  
       
        All scales need to be associated with a MH SCALEGROUP to be displayed. MH 
        SCALEGROUPS file (#601.86) and MH SCALES file (#601.87) allow multiple 
        scoring possibilities within a single instrument.
       
        MH SCALES file (#601.87)
        ------------------------
       
        A MH SCALE is one dimension of measurement in an instrument. An example may 
        simply be a TOTAL as in a spelling test or multiple scales in a personality 
        disorder instrument (depression, anxiety, thought disorder etc.). Each scale 
        has at least one associated entry in the MH SCALEGROUP file (#601.86) and an 
        entry in the MH SCORING KEYS file (#601.91).
       
        MH DISPLAY file (#601.88)
        -------------------------
        This file contains the entries to set the Windows display attributes for 
        the MH QUESTIONS file (#601.72), MH INTRODUCTIONS file (#601.73) and the 
      Furthermore, MHA maintains and strengthens its ties to the Clinical Reminders 
        MH RESPONSE TYPES file (#601.74). Windows display attributes include fonts, 
        bolding, underline, colors and columns.
       
        MH CHOICEIDENTIFIERS file (#601.89)
        -----------------------------------
        This file specifies the displayed numeric options that go along with a 
        multiple choice item.  Choice type identifiers can be numbered starting from 
        one, from zero or remain unnumbered.
       
        MH SCORING KEYS file (#601.91)
      program, which allows for the presentation of specific instruments through 
        ------------------------------
        This file contains the scoring keys.  The scoring keys are the "answer 
        sheet" for the specified scale entry in the MH SCALES file (#601.87).  When 
        an answer the matches the Target value (ie, is correct) a specified value is 
        added to the score.  An example would be: if the question is "How much is 5 
        plus 3", the target value would be 8 and 10 points would be added to the 
        total score (grade) in a ten question test to make a possible score of 1
       
        MH RESULTS file(#601.92)
        ______________________________
      reminder dialogs to all clinicians who resolve reminders.
        This file contains results of the scored output of completed
        instruments.
        
        MH REPORT file (#601.93)
        ------------------------------
        This file contains the reporting format for a specified instrument. Input
        into this file must be entered only through the Mental Health Editor software.
       
       
                   E3R#: None   
       
        
        Associated NOIS: HD68109/BAC-0704-40498    ASI e-sign while editing 
                         HD68006/CLE-0504-40649    Interviewer cannot sign ASI in 
                                                   GUI 
                         HD67955/COA-0404-20702    Cannot sign ASI using MHA 
                         HD67709/BHS-0304-10794    Error - Null subscript at 
                                                   QTEP+6^YSASNAR 
                         HD67885/MAC-0204-61794    Mental Health Assistant - 
                                                   can't get to old tests 
                         HD67881/COA-0204-21407    MHA freezes during cross checks 
      Clinical reminders has also developed a new patch, PXRM*2.0*6 that allows 
                         HD67870/TNV-0204-30263    Co-signer ignored within ASI 
                         HD67841/OKL-0104-71087    MH Assistant accessible w/o keys 
       
           Test Site(s):   
      Upstate New York HCS, NY
      VA Pacific Island HCS, HI
      Northern California HCS, CA
      Puget Sound HSC, WA
      Atlanta VAMC, GA
       
      President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health recommendations regarding 
      reminders to work with the new MHA file structure.   YS*5.01*85 should be 
      Routine Summary
      Checksums shown are NEW Checksums
      The following routines are included in this patch.  The second line of 
      each
      of these routines now looks like:
       ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[Patch List]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                       Checksums
      Routine         Old         New        Patch List
      YS85POST      2059692     2059560    **85**
      installed just before PXRM*2*6.  If YS*5.01*85 is installed without 
      YS85PRE        813879      813879    **85**
      YTAPI5          n/a      12417658    **62,85**
      YTAUIRR         n/a      14880327    **37,85**
      YTDOMR          n/a      26438095    **31,85**
      YTKIL           n/a       8970368    **37,85**
      YTPCL           n/a       7363737    **66,85**
      YTQAPI       15475641    15475641    **85**
      YTQAPI1      27189337    27189337    **85**
      YTQAPI10     24613112    24613112    **85**
      YTQAPI11     22157825    22157825    **85**
      PXRM*2*6, reminders will not be able to recognize MHA instruments 
      YTQAPI12     20141561    20141561    **85**
      YTQAPI13     19997427    19997427    **85**
      YTQAPI14      6830812     6830812    **85**
      YTQAPI15     25671527    25671527    **85**
      YTQAPI16     13185422    13185422    **85**
      YTQAPI2      21244483    21244483    **85**
      YTQAPI3      23768089    23768089    **85**
      YTQAPI4      28692651    28692651    **85**
      YTQAPI5      23263110    23263110    **85**
      YTQAPI6       5268725     5268725    **85**
      administered after the file structure changes with YS*5.01*85.
      YTQAPI7      18902958    18902958    **85**
      YTQAPI8      32413314    32771511    **85**
      YTQAPI9      22741073    22741073    **85**
      YTQHL7       31149138    31149138    **85**
      YTQKIL          n/a       5269849    **85**
      YTQLIB        8410129     8410129    **85**
      YTQPRT       25124936    25124936    **85**
      YTQPXRM       4498627     4498627    **85**
      YTQPXRM1     12743110    12743110    **85**
      YTQPXRM2     14658221    14658221    **85**
       
      YTQPXRM3     16585590    16585590    **85**
      YTQPXRM4     21974840    21974840    **85**
      YTQPXRM5     19969917    19969917    **85**
      YTQPXRM6     16689405    17034666    **85**
      YTQPXRM7     21919160    21919160    **85**
      YTQQI001     16371213    16371213    **85**
      YTQQI002     110963388   110963388   **85**
      YTQQI003     107420027   107420027   **85**
      YTQQI004     105189787   105189787   **85**
      YTQQI005     104556455   104556455   **85**
      Additionally, the files of the MHP have been restructured to initiate the 
      YTQQI006     104012683   104012683   **85**
      YTQQI007     103468973   103468973   **85**
      YTQQI008     100582283   100582283   **85**
      YTQQI009     99865202    99888363    **85**
      YTQQI00A     99888363    99132958    **85**
      YTQQI00B     101279645   101279645   **85**
      YTQQI00C     102188832   102188832   **85**
      YTQQI00D     98549063    98549063    **85**
      YTQQI00E     96890307    96890307    **85**
      YTQQI00F     97231174    97231174    **85**
      migration toward re-engineering and placing MHA as a component of HealtheVet 
      YTQQI00G     96151494    96151494    **85**
      YTQQI00H     96468871    96468871    **85**
      YTQQI00I     100432284   100432284   **85**
      YTQQI00J     95575288    95575288    **85**
      YTQQI00K     25448044    25448044    **85**
      YTQTIU       11026585    11026585    **85**
       
      List of preceding patches: 31, 37, 62, 66
      Sites should use CHECK1^XTSUMBLD to verify checksums.
       
      Desktop when it is implemented.
         SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
         ===================
       
         The following software and documentation files are exported as part
         of this patch:
       
          File Name                     Contents             Retrieval Format
          ---------                     --------             ----------------
          YS_501_85.KID                 MHA Server Components         ASCII
       
       
          YS50185_SETUP_1_0_3_1.exe     Mental Health Assistant       BINARY
                                        This file is the complete 
                                        install for the Mental Health
                                        Assistant GUI Version 1.0.3.1, client.
       
          - YS_MHA.exe                  MHA 3 Executable
          - YS_MHA_SD_INSTALLGINA.exe   Activate Secure Desktop Executable
            -  dwlGina2.dll             DLL used by Secure Desktop
          - YS_MHA_SD_UNINSTALLGINA.exe Deactivate Secure Desktop Executable
          - YS_MHA_VASD.exe             Secure Desktop's main executable
      To better meet the needs of clinicians and patients in different programs, 
          - YS_MHA.HLP                  Online help file for the ASI
          - ANSWER file folder          Offline records that have not been uploaded
          - INSTRUMENT file folder      MH Instruments for Offline administration
       
          YS50185_MHA 3_IG.PDF          YS_MHA 3 Installation Guide  BINARY
          YS50185_MHA 3_IG.DOC          YS_MHA 3 Installation Guide  BINARY
       
          YS50185_MHA 3_UM.PDF          YS_MHA 3 User Manual         BINARY
          YS50185_MHA 3_UM.DOC          YS_MHA 3 User Manual         BINARY
       
      the use of information technology to enhance the care of Mental Health patients
      particularly non-traditional settings, MHA can now run in a standalone mode to
         The software files are available on the following OI Field Offices'
         ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
         All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these
         files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
         quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
         are located.
       
          OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
          ===============    ===========                =========
      administer instruments offline for later uploading to VistA.
          ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
       
         Installation Instructions:
         ==========================
         1. Use the 'LOAD A DISTRIBUTION' option on the PackMan menu. The
            Host File name is YS_501_85.KID.  Answer YES to the question:
            "Want to Continue with Load? YES//"
       
       
       
         2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system. You now need to install the Transport global. 
            On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the 
            following options:
       
               Print Transport Global
               Compare Transport Global to Current System
               Verify Checksums in Transport Global
      VistA Mental Health Assistant NEW features in MHA3:
               Backup a Transport Global
       
       
         3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done 
            at off peak hours.  During testing, it was noted that if a user had 
            a reminder dialog open when the install took place, the reminder
            dialog would not load and work properly until CPRS was rebooted.
       
         4. Installation will take less than five minutes. 
       
      ---------------------------------------------------
         5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
            'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*85'
            and proceed with install.
        
         6. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
            install//', respond NO.
            When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, 
            and Protocols? YES//', respond NO
        
         7. Place the MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT VERSION 3 USER MANUAL in a
      1.  M: Completely re-organized VistA Mental Health database files to 
            location that can be accessed by MHA users.
       
         8. Please refer to the POST INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section of the 
            MENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT VERSION 3 INSTALLATION GUIDE to install
            the MHA software.
         9. The Secure Desktop feature in the MHA software is a security 
            feature that locks down computers when patients are completing 
            assessments directly in MHA.  Because it locks down all other 
            applications on the computer when activated, it must be loaded
            directly on the PC where it will be used.  It should only be loaded
          simplify migration to HDR. 
            on machines that will be used for patient administered
            assessments.  It should not be pushed out to all machines on the
            network.  More detailed information is found in the MHA VERSION 3
            INSTALLATION GUIDE.
       
         10. Place the option YS BROKER1 [YS BROKER1] on the Mental Health 
            users secondary menu.
       
         11. Enter appropriate members into the Mail Group YS MHA-MHNDB to
            the system, but installation should be done at off peak hours.
           
       
         12. Place the MHA application on the CPRS Tools menu.
       
         13. Create progress note title of "Mental Health Diagnostic Study 
             Note" in the progress note hierarchy.  This is needed for MHA to 
             automatically pass a note to CPRS from instrument administrations 
             completed within MHA.
       
         14. A new entry is created in File 771, the HL7 Application Parameter
             File: YS MHA.  It is exported as Inactive and should be set to
      2.  GUI: MHA3 must be invoked from the CPRS Tools menu, for interaction with 
             Active after install.
       
         15. A new entry is also created in File 870, the HL Logical Link file.
             This entry is YS MHAT. The logical link named YS MHAT is used by
             the HL7 package to send VistA ADT HL7 messages containing patient
             demographics, patient administration and patient answers.
             secondary menu.                 
          VistA and patient selection. Patient-selection is done entirely by
      states, "VHA should make the integration of MHA and HealtheVet Desktop (HeVD) 
          interaction with CPRS. 
           
      3.  GUI: MHA3 can run in standalone mode, but only for administering offline 
          tests-which later must be uploaded to VistA.
        
      4.  GUI: MHA3 allows the CPRS Tools menu to invoke any number of single types 
          of instruments, without the need to go directly to the MHA3 Main form. For 
          instance, a CAGE menu item can be added to the Tools menu, which would 
          invoke only a CAGE data entry form. 
       
      an explicit goal and should provide the OI with sufficient resources to 
      5.  GUI: Major functionality (GAF, ASI, Results, etc.) is now presented on 
          individual forms, as opposed to as tabs on one main form. 
       
      6.  GUI: MHA3 now provides a new Battery Wizard form to simplify creating 
          batteries of instruments.
       
      7.  There is a new & improved SecureDesktop component that now uses stronger 
          code to prevent hacking. 
           
      8.  "Clerk entry" data-entry-mode form for psych tests has been removed. 
      accomplish this goal in collaboration with the Mental Health Strategic 
       
      9.  All completed administrations now automatically generate a progress note 
          for review in CPRS.
           
      10. All test scores are now saved in VistA, instead of calculated on-the-fly. 
       
      11. There is now a hospital Location associated with an administered 
          instrument, for progress notes purposes. 
       
      12. The accompanying MHA3 help file is supplied only for describing the 
      Healthcare Group (MHSHG) Informatics Section.  The integration should 
          functions of the ASI Manager forms. All other tests and interview have 
          built-in help that is retrieved directly from the MHP when using the 
          "Description" pop-up menu function in the Instrument Manager. 
       
      13. MHA3 now recreates a debug log file named "mha3_debug.log" for each MHA3 
          session. This file can be emailed to developers to assist in remote 
          debugging. No patient-identifying data is collected in this file. 
       
       
      This patch contains 23 new Mental Health files, 58 new Mental Health
      eliminate the need for Mental Health clinicians to change applications.  
      Remote Procedures, 57 new Mental Health routines, 1 option, 2 Protocols, 
      1 HL7 application parameter and 1 HL logical link.
       
       
        23 New Mental Health files to be released in this patch:
        --------------------------------------------------------
        MH TESTS AND SURVEYS file (#601.71)
        -----------------------------------
        This file defines the interviews, surveys and tests available in the Mental
        Health Assistant. Attributes of the instruments include authoring credits,
      
    • 93 SEQ #78
      DATE APPLIED:   2008-05-26 19:04:52
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch is intended to stop HL7 message generation.  With the release 
      of YS*5.01*85, HL7 errors are occurring because it was the intent of the 
      development team to release that patch with messaging turned off.  
      Unfortunately, this was not the case.
      
    • 25
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-01-22 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 92 SEQ #79
      DATE APPLIED:   2009-04-20 15:51:54
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      A problem was found with one of the Clozapine API's during the testing of 
                 % Neutrophil
       
       
      ASSOCIATED TEST SITES:
      ======================
      Alexandria, VA
      Charleston, WV
      Cleveland, OH
      Hudson Valley HCS
      Loma Linda, CA
      Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS V27) patch OR*3*243.  The
      Palo Alto HCS
      Philadelphia, PA
      San Diego, CA
      Puget Sound HCS
      Tampa, FL
       
       
      REMEDY TICKET OVERIVEW:
      =======================
       
      routines in this patch have been modified to correctly handle the
        Problem:
        --------
        A problem was found with one of the Clozapine API's during the testing 
        of Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS V27) patch OR*3*243.
       
        Solution:
        --------- 
        Modified routines to correctly handle the situation.
       
        Routines:
      situation.
        ---------
        YSCLSERV, YSCLSRV2,YSCLSRV3, YSCLTST2, YSCLTST4 (new)
       
       
      INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
      ==========================
      The install time for this patch is less than 2 minutes. This patch can be
      installed with users on the system.  Installation may be done at any time
      except during the time scheduled for the Clozapine roll-up.
       
       
       
        1.  Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option of the PackMan menu.  This
            option will load the KIDS patch onto your system.
       
        2.  The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
            system.  You now need to use KIDS to install the transport global.
       
        3.  On the 'Kernel Installation & Distribution System' Menu (KIDS),
            select the 'Installation' menu.
       
       
        4.  Use the 'Verify Checksum in Transport Global' option and verify that
            all routines have the correct checksums.
       
        5.  On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the following
            options:
              Print Transport Global
              Compare Transport Global to Current System
              Backup a Transport Global
       
            If you wish to preserve a copy of the routines exported in this 
      ASSOCIATED REMEDY TICKET:
            patch prior to installation, you should use the 'Backup a Transport
            Global' option at this time.  You may also compare the routines in
            your production account to the routines in the patch by using the
            'Compare a Transport Global to Current System' option.
       
        6.  Use the 'Install Package(s)' option under the 'Installation' menu
            and select the package 'YS*5.01*92'.
       
            If prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install? NO//,
            choose 'NO'.
      =========================
       
            If prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, and
            Protocols? NO//', choose 'NO'.
      HD195784 - Clozapine--Incorrect Value for OC calculation for ANC from
      
    • 102 SEQ #80
      DATE APPLIED:   2009-06-30 11:20:16
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
       When multiple instruments are administered for the same encounter through
       CPRS GUI Clinical Reminders, only the results of the last instrument 
       display in the Mental Health Assistant 3 GUI.  This patch will correct 
       this defect.
      
    • 100 SEQ #81
      DATE APPLIED:   2009-07-23 15:12:08
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch removes some cross-references to field .53 (Progress
      Note Pointer) of file # 604 (Addiction Severity Index) that remained
      after the elimination of field .53 due to file restructuring.  A post-init
      routine (YS501P99) is used to remove these cross-references. This patch
      also replaces the term MHA3 in some prompts with the phrase 
      "MH administration/test".
      
    • 98
      DATE APPLIED:   2009-08-28 10:15:11
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch corrects a defect in the Mental Health Assistant, Dynamic-Link
      not aware of this new storage arrangement while using CPRS and the MHA DLL.
      2. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
         system. You now need to install the Transport global.
         On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the
         following options:
        
          Print Transport Global
          Compare Transport Global to Current System
          Verify Checksums in Transport Global
          Backup a Transport Global
        
        
      3. Users may remain on the system, but installation should be done
         at off peak hours.
        
      4. Installation will take less than five minutes.
        
      5. From the 'Installation Menu' of the KIDS menu, run the option
         'Install Package(s)' Select the package 'YS*5.01*98'
         and proceed with install.
        
      6. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the
      There are no changes to existing files and no changes from the user's 
         install//', respond NO.
        
      7. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options,
         and Protocols? YES//', respond NO
        
      8. Download YS_501_98_Setup.exe in binary mode and run the YS_501_98_Setup.
         exe file to install Clinical Reminders MHA DLL. Please install the DLL
         in the default folders. The install program requires two dialogs of the
         user (to start and to signify finished). To avoid the user/install
         interaction, the file YS_MHA_A.dll can be copied directly to the
      perspective.
         C:\Programs Files\Vista\Common Files directory. This may be the more
         desirable way to push the dll to many workstations.
        
       
      This patch contains three new Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs):
       
         1) YTQ GET SCRATCH: Returns data from the scratch file for the MHA DLL.
            Input: DFN, test CODE and GIU HANDLE.
        
      Library, (MHA DLL). The MHA DLL is called from Computerized Patient Records
         2) YTQ KILL SCRATCH: Delete entries from the scratch file when a clinical
            reminder is saved. Input: DFN, test CODE and GIU HANDLE.
        
         3) YTQ SET SCRATCH: API is designed to set data to a scratch file for the
            MHA DLL. Input: DFN, test CODE and GIU HANDLE.
        
      This patch introduces a new file called, MH CR SCRATCH FILE (#601.94). This
      file is used as temporary storage space for the interface between the MHA 
      DLL and Clinical Reminders.
        
      System (CPRS) version 27N when a Clinical Reminder note is filled in by the
      A new routine, YTQPXRM8, is also included.
       
      Associated Remedy Tickets:
      =============================
        
      HD0000000233026, HD0000000240965, HD0000000232542, HD0000000247135,
      HD0000000240965, HD0000000232427, and HD0000000233367.
      Clinical reminders: Completed mental health instruments are incorrectly
      identified as having missing answers.
        
      user.
      Associated E3R:
      ===============
      N/A
        
      Test Site List:
      ===============
      Loma Linda, CA - Large
      Palo Alto, CA - Integrated, Large
      Philadelphia, PA - Large
        
        
      This is a sub set of sites used by CPRS GUI v27.n (OR*3*296) and were
      determined by that team. (The CPRS test sites do not include any medium or
      small sites.)
        
      Routine Summary:
      ================
      Checksums shown are NEW Checksums
        
      The following routine is included in this patch.  The second line 
      of this routine now looks like:
      The essential problem concerned the use a temporary file on the user's hard
       ;;5.01;MENTAL HEALTH;**[Patch List]**;Dec 30, 1994
       
                       Checksums
      Routine         Old         New        Patch List
      YTQPXRM8        n/a      15837966    **98**
        
      Sites should use CHECK1^XTSUMBLD to verify checksums. 
        
      SOFTWARE RETRIEVAL:
      ===================
      drive to store user's responses before saving to Veterans Health Information
       
      The following software and documentation files are exported as 
      part of this patch:
       
      File Name            Contents                            Retrieval Format
      ---------            --------                            ----------------
      YS_501_98.KID        MHA Clinical Reminders APIs         ASCII
      YS_501_98_SETUP.EXE  Installs DLL                        Binary
      YS_MHA_A.dll         DLL support for Clinical Reminders  Binary
       
      Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA). This patch provides the means
      The software files are available on the following OI Field Offices'
      ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directories.
       
      All sites are encouraged to use their FTP capability to obtain these
      files.  Use the FTP address "download.vista.domain.ext" (without the
      quotes) to connect to the first available FTP server where the files
      are located.
       
          OI FIELD OFFICE    FTP ADDRESS                DIRECTORY
          ===============    ===========                =========
      for that temporary information to be stored in VistA instead. The user is
          ALBANY             ftp.fo-albany.domain.ext   [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          HINES              ftp.fo-hines.domain.ext    [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
          SALT LAKE          ftp.fo-slc.domain.ext      [ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE]
       
      Installation Instructions:
      ==========================
      1. Use the 'LOAD A DISTRIBUTION' option on the PackMan menu. The
         Host File name is YS_501_98.KID.  Answer YES to the question:
         "Want to Continue with Load? YES//"
        
      
    • 97
      DATE APPLIED:   2010-07-08 16:09:33
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Please refer to YS*5.01*97 in the National Patch Module for a description 
      of this patch.
      
    • 96
      DATE APPLIED:   2011-03-11 10:10:21
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Please refer to YS*5.01*96 in the National Patch Module for a description 
      of this patch.
      
    • 103
      DATE APPLIED:   2012-04-19 10:22:05
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Please refer to YS*5.01*103 in the National Patch Module for a description
      of this patch.
      
    • 106 SEQ #87
      DATE APPLIED:   2012-08-29 11:13:07
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Please refer to YS*5.01*106 in the National Patch Module for a description
      of this patch.
      
    • 60
      DATE APPLIED:   2012-10-15 15:20:53
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Patch YS*5.01*60 addresses the retirement of Mental Health Options, Files,
      Data Dictionaries, patient data associated with these files, and
      associated templates determined by the Mental Health Strategic Healthcare
      Group to be obsolete and are no longer supported by Health Systems Design
      and Development.  All the software, files, options, and templates were
      designated as obsolete in 2004 or earlier.
       
      A complete description of this patch can be found on Forum.
      
    • 105
      DATE APPLIED:   2013-10-03 15:25:16
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Please refer to YS*5.01*105 in the National Patch Module for a description
      of this patch.
      
    • 24
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-04-14 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
    • 107 SEQ #92
      DATE APPLIED:   2014-09-02 12:53:55
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
    • 113 SEQ #94
      DATE APPLIED:   2015-05-27 15:54:39
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will address the following issues:
      1. Two of the Barthel Index MH SCORING KEYS have incorrect score values.
      2. Scoring issues with AAQ-2
      
    • 116
      DATE APPLIED:   2016-03-10 15:52:09
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
    • 119
      DATE APPLIED:   2016-10-28 15:04:47
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will modify some of the prompts in the PCL-5 instrument to be 
      scores in Clinical Reminders and Health Summary.  A filter is added that 
      File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) from the ANONYMOUS.SOFTWARE directory at 
      the following OI Field Offices:
         
      Albany:                 fo-albany.domain.ext
      Hines:                  fo-hines.domain.ext    
      Salt Lake City:         fo-slc.domain.ext
       
      The Install Guide is also available on the above servers.  It is 
      available as .PDF format.  This file should be downloaded in BINARY 
      format.  
      will prevent selection of these instruments in Clinical Reminders and 
       
          File Name:              Description:                  Protocol
          ==========              ============                  =========
          YS_PCL5_UPDATE.PDF      PCL-5 Update Install Guide    BINARY
          YS_PCL5_UPDATE.KID      PCL-5 Update Host File        ASCII
       
      Documentation can also be found on the VA Software Documentation 
      Library at:  http://www4.domain.ext/vdl/
       
      Installation:
      Health Summary until a VistA based scoring algorithm can be deployed.
      =============
      This patch can be loaded with users on the system.  Installation will 
      take five minutes.  Refer to the Install Guide, YS_PCL5_UPDATE.PDF, 
      for complete details.
       
      1.  Use the "Load a Distribution" option on the KIDS installation menu. 
       
          When prompted to enter a host file, type in YS_PCL5_UPDATE.KID
       
      2.  On the KIDS menu under the 'INSTALLATION' menu, use the following 
       
          options, as desired:
              Print Transport Global
              Compare Transport Global to Current System
              Verify checksums in Transport Global
              Backup a Transport Global
       
      3.  On the KIDS menu under the 'INSTALLATION' menu, use the following 
          option to install the patch:
              Install Package(s)
                 When prompted for INSTALL NAME, use YS_PCL5_UPDATE
       
       
      4.  When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon Completion of
          Install? NO//' enter NO.     
       
      5.  When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the install?
          NO//' enter NO.
       
      6.  When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu Options, 
          and Protocols? NO//' enter NO. 
       
      Patch Components:
      7.  If prompted 'Delay Install (Minutes):  (0 - 60): 0//' respond 0.
       
       
      Post-Installation Instructions:
      -------------------------------
      N/A
      -----------------
       
      Files & Fields Associated:
       
      consistent with the current wording of PCL-5.  The PCL-5 instrument will 
      File Name (Number)              Field Name (Number)       New/Mod/Del
      ------------------              -------------------       ---
       
      MH TESTS AND SURVEYS (#601.71)  TAG FOR SCORING (#91)     NEW
      MH TESTS AND SURVEYS (#601.71)  ROUTINE FOR SCORING (#92) NEW
       
      Forms Associated:          N/A
       
      Mail Groups Associated:    N/A
       
      be activated so that it is available for selection in the Mental Health 
      Options Associated:        N/A
       
      Protocols Associated:      N/A
       
      Security Keys Associated:  N/A
       
      Templates Associated:      N/A
       
      New Service Requests (NSRs):
      ----------------------------
      Assistant (MHA).  Also, possible scoring errors for the following 
      NSR #20150509: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Checklist 5 (PCL-5) 
      and Mental Health Assistant Stabilization (MHAS) 
       
      Patient Safety Issues (PSIs):
      -----------------------------
      PSPO 2497: Mental health instruments that use a complex scoring algorithm 
      display an incorrect score when used in Health Summary and Clinical 
      Reminders. 
       
      Remedy Ticket(s) & Overview:
      instruments have been corrected:  MMCI3, MMPI-2-RF, MOCA, MOCA Alt 1, and 
      ----------------------------
      HD0000000391317 - Error Evaluating Clinical Reminder - local GAF reminder
      Problem: In some instances, a utility in the YTQPXRM2 routine errors out
      when evaluating a GAF clinical reminder because the time portion of the
      date/time lookup value has trailing zeros.
      Solution: The patch modifies the routine to strip off the trailing zeros .
       
      HD0000000807935 - Mental Health - MH Tests (excluding ASI) 
      Problem: The scoring criteria for the MCMI3 instrument changed since it 
      was first released.
      MOCA Alt 2.  NEOPI is inactivated.
      Solution: The scoring criteria are updated.
       
      HD0000000922629 - Mental Health - Mental Health Assistant: scoring error 
      MoCA, MoCA Alt1, and MoCA Alt2
      HD0000000938421 - Mental Health - Mental Health Assistant
      HD0000000964555 - MOCA calculation is off
      Problem: There is an error in the way three instruments, MOCA, MOCA ALT1 
      and MOCA ALT 2 are scored.
      Solution: The scoring error is fixed for all three instruments . 
       
       
      HD0000000939794 - Mental Health - Mental Health Assistant
      Problem: There is a scoring error in the BAI instrument. There is a MH 
      SCALES (#601.87) file entry associated with this instrument that should
      not be.
      Solution: That entry is no longer associated with the instrument.
       
      INC000000616128 - Mental Health - Error Generating Report
      Problem: There is an error when generating a report for an administration 
      that doesn't exist.
      Solution: Quit before generating the report if an instrument 
      Additionally, the patch provides an interim solution for the problem 
      administration is not found.
       
      Test Sites:
      ----------
      TBD
       
      Software and Documentation Retrieval Instructions:
      ---------------------------------------------------- 
      This patch is being distributed as a host file.  The name of the host 
      file is YS_PCL5_UPDATE.KID.  This file should be downloaded in ASCII 
      where instruments with complex scoring algorithms display inaccurate 
      format.
       
      The preferred method is to retrieve files from:
       
          download.vista.domain.ext.
       
      This transmits the files from the first available server. Sites may
      also elect to retrieve files directly from a specific server.
       
      Sites may retrieve the software and install guide directly using Secure
      
    • 131 SEQ #98
      DATE APPLIED:   2017-10-05 14:04:55
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      PATCH YS*5.01*131 ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING:
      1. R14616270FY17 - CIWA question number 11 for headache not totaling.
      
    • 128
      DATE APPLIED:   2017-11-27 13:55:26
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
    • 121 SEQ #100
      DATE APPLIED:   2018-06-01 13:47:59
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
       
      ASSIST is renamed to ASSIST-WHOv3.
      INDEX OF ASL is renamed to KATZ-ADL-18pt.
       
      PHQ9 has an updated report.
      WAI-SR has corrections to scoring.
      makes the following changes for Mental Health Assistant.
       
      The following new tests are added:  ASSIST-NIDA, BRS, CCSA-DSM5, CEMI, 
      CIWA-AR-, CSI, CSI-4, CSI PARTNER VERSION, CSI-4 PARTNER VERSION, GAI,
      ISI, KTAZ-ADL-6pt, PSOCQ, PSS, RLS, SMEQ, SNQ, STOP.
       
      The following tests are retired:  CIWA-AR, AUIR, CESD5, DOM80, DOMG, ERS, 
      HLOC, IEQ, RLOC, SAI, SDES, SMAST, VALD, WAS.
      
    • 129 SEQ #101
      DATE APPLIED:   2018-06-01 13:51:41
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build
      to XE8.
        
      The following tests were retired:  AUIR, CESD5, DOM80, DOMG, ERS, HLOC,
      IEQ, RLOC, SAI, SDES, SMAST, VALD, WAS.
       
      Data validation was implemented for the Instrument Date of Administration 
      to prevent dates more than 1 year in the past from being entered.
       
      The PCL-5 was modified so that it can be used on the Special Results tab 
      in the Instrument Results module.
      makes the following changes for the Mental Health Assistant (MHA).
       
      Several deficiencies and Remedy tickets were addressed.
       
      The Two Factor Authentication is implemented.
       
      The Global Assessment of Functioning Manager (GAF) functionality is 
      removed.
       
      Modifications were made to the Delphi code to migrate MHA from Delphi 7 
      
    • 117 SEQ #102
      DATE APPLIED:   2018-07-06 12:41:55
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
    • 134 SEQ #103
      DATE APPLIED:   2018-09-07 12:17:20
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
      makes the following changes for Mental Health Assistant.
      
    • 26 SEQ #27
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-05-28 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Mental Health Treatment Planner
      
    • 136 SEQ #104
      DATE APPLIED:   2018-12-06 16:03:35
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
      MHRM
      makes the following changes for Mental Health Assistant.
      This patch contains 6 new instruments:
       
      BPRS-A
      PSS-3 2ND
      PCL-5 Weekly
      WEMWBS
      HSI
      
    • 123 SEQ #105
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-03-05 14:46:42
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
      MHA now stores scale scores for all instruments in the MH RESULTS file. 
      Additionally, should an instrument need to be rescored for any reason, 
      there has been functionality added to maintain an audit for previous 
      scores.
       
      The BSI was renamed to the BSS.  Additional modifications were made
      and can be found in the patch.
       
      The responses for Question 7 in the VR-12 were corrected.
       
      makes the following changes for Mental Health Assistant (MHA).
      The Progress Note was modified to remove extra linefeeds when multiple
      instruments were administered.
       
      The "skip" question logic in the Administer one item at a time for an
      instrument was corrected.
       
      MHA is moving the scoring logic for instruments from the YS_MHA_AUX.dll 
      to the M server side.  This patch converts the following instruments  
      from scoring in the DLL to M: AUDC, BAI, BAM-C, BAM-R, BASIS-24, BDI2, 
      BHS, BSS (formerly BSI), CDR, CEMI, FAST, ISMI, MINICOG, MMPI-2-RF,
      NEOP-I-3, PC PTSD, PHQ-2, POQ, QOLI, STMS, VR-12, WHODAS 2, and WHYMPI.
       
      
    • 137 SEQ #106
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-04-02 16:45:51
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
      makes changes to the Mental Health Assistant.
      
    • 143 SEQ #107
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-05-01 14:59:19
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The patch addresses one (1) issues:
       
      1.   When using the SCL9R instrument in the Mental Health Assistant,
           only four (4) answer choices are offered when there should be 
           five (5).  
      
    • 148 SEQ #108
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-05-01 15:54:34
      APPLIED BY:   USER,FIFTYFOUR
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will rebuild the "AC" indexes in the MH RESULTS (601.92) file
      and in the MH ANSWERS (601.85) file.
      
    • 147 SEQ #109
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-07-08 16:57:09
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      See the patch description for more detailed information.  This build 
      makes changes to the Mental Health Assistant.
      
    • 138 SEQ #111
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-07-22 17:15:06
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will add 8 new instruments.
      
    • 139 SEQ #113
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-09-12 12:08:29
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will address the following issues 8 new instruments.
      
    • 122
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-09-30 10:36:46
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      MENTAL HEALTH NCC PROJECT 5.01
      
    • 151 SEQ #116
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-10-16 16:26:57
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will add 8 new instruments.
      
    • 30
      DATE APPLIED:   1997-09-22 00:00:00
      APPLIED BY:   USER,ONE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses issues with the Addiction Severity Index software.
      
    • 142 SEQ #117
      DATE APPLIED:   2019-11-01 16:25:18
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch updates the following Mental Health instruments:
        T-Score now calculates correctly for the EID scale.
        Score for PSYC-r is now correct when question 216 is true.
       
      QOLI
        A scoring error introduced by YS*5.01*139 has been corrected.
       
      If an instrument with many scales preceded and instrument with a few 
      scales during a session, some additional scales were carried over to the 
      instrument with fewer scales.  This was visible in the Health Summary
      component and TIU objects.  It also sometimes affected the display in the
       
      Special Reports Wizard.  This is corrected with this patch.  Additionally,
      the patch checks previous administrations to make sure each administration
      has only the correct scales associated.
       
      Additional record locks were added to reduce the likelihood of errors when
      generating a report for a legacy instrument.
      AIMS
        The disclaimer is no longer added to the progress note text.
       
      C-SSRS
        A Key Indicator is now added if Question 3 response is 'Yes'.
       
      MMPI-2-RF
      
    • 130 SEQ #119
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-01-22 15:44:04
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Add assignment capablity to MHA and calls for MHA Web app that allows 
      patient entry.
      
    • 150 SEQ #123
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-04-02 17:33:33
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTY
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch will address the following issues 11 new instruments:
      SHORT INVENTORY OF PROBLEMS - AD (SIP-AD-30)
      SHORT INVENTORY OF PROBLEMS - AD (SIP-AD-Start)
      Short Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale(SWEMWBS)
      Ascertain Dementia 8 -item Informant Questionnair(AD8)
      Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
      Borderline Symptom List 23 - (BSL-23)
      Composite Morningness Questionnaire (CMQ)
      Eating Attitudes Test- 26 Item (EAT-26)
      The Florida Obsessive Compulsive Inventory (FOCI
      Mental Health Recovery Measure-10 (MHRM-10)
      Nursing Delirium Screening Scale - (NuDESC)
      
    • 154
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-04-10 15:41:18
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTY
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The MENTAL HEALTH NCC WARRANTY RELEASE 5.01 multi-build is a warranty 
      Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), which is mandated by the 
      A server command being sent from Forum to the YSCLSERVER MailMan server 
      at the sites wasn't being handled correctly by the server routines.
       
      Resolution:
      -----------
      Routine YSCLSERV was modified to put the correct DISPENSE FREQUENCY 
      (field #2) in the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01); this routine was 
      also modified for defect 1132342 (see below).  Routine YSCLTST5 was 
      changed to remove code that was overwriting data written in ^XTMP.
       
      Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for tracking clozapine patients. 
      4. Nightly transmission missing required data.
      Defect 1132355
       
      Problem:
      --------
      The YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION option may not have sent all the necessary 
      data to the Forum Mail Group.
       
      Resolution:
      -----------
       
      Routines YSCLSERV, YSCLSRV1, YSCLSRV2, and YSCLSRV3 were modified to 
      ensure that all the needed data are returned.  The call to the MailMan 
      Application Programmer Interface (API) was updated.
       
      5. Discontinue Message not sent
      Defect 1132342
       
      Problem:
      --------
      Patients are discontinued without a message being sent to the NCCC 
      The multi-build contains the Mental Health patch YS*5.01*154 and the 
      alerting them that a patient was discontinued.
       
      Resolution:
      -----------
      Routine YSCLSERV was modified to ensure that the discontinue message is 
      sent); this routine was also modified for defect 1132355 (see above).
       
      6. The option Daily Clozapine Transmission [YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION] was 
      not always sending demographic data to the RUCL files in Hines.
      Defect 1155009.
      Outpatient Pharmacy patch PSO*7.0*574.  The list of defects and their 
       
      Problem:
      --------
      The Daily Clozapine Transmission option was not sending demographic data 
      to the CLOZARIL REPORTS file (#1900) in the FOURWORD server that resides 
      in the Hines data center.
       
      Resolution:
      -----------
      This is not directly testable at sites.
      resolution is below.
      Data are now sent to the FOURWORD server which contains the legacy 
      Clozapine registration database.
       
      Routines YSCLDIS, YSCLSERV, and YSCLTST5 were modified. Routine YSCLTST9 
      was created.
       
         *   *   *   *   *   *
       
      Test Sites:
      ----------
       
       - West Los Angeles VAMC (691)
       - N. Florida /S. Georgia VAMC (573)
       - VA Connecticut Healthcare System - West Haven Division (689)
       
      There are no documentation updates associated with this patch.
       
      Patch Installation:
       
      Pre/Post Installation Overview:
      -------------------------------
      Defect Tracking System Ticket(s) & Overview:
      There are no tasks to be performed before the installation of this 
      multi-build.  Note that the routines should be backed up to a PackMan 
      message before installing the build.
       
      Pre-Installation Instructions:
      ------------------------------
      This patch may be installed with users on the system although it is
      recommended that it be installed during non-peak hours to minimize
      potential disruption to users.  This patch should take less than 5 minutes
      to install.  It should not be installed when the YSCL DAILY TRANSMISION 
      --------------------------------------------
      option is running.  If unsure when that is check the OPTION SCHEDULING 
      file (#19.2) using FileMan:
       
      Select VA FileMan Option: Inquire to File Entries
       
      Output from what File: OPTION SCHEDULING//   (17 entries)
      Select OPTION SCHEDULING NAME:  YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION
      Another one: 
      Standard Captioned Output? Yes//   (Yes)
      Include COMPUTED fields:  (N/Y/R/B): NO//  - No record number (IEN), no 
       
      Computed  Fields
       
      NAME: YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION
        QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: OCT 05, 2019@01:30
        RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D            TASK ID: 2577736
       
      Installation Instructions:
      --------------------------
      1. The KIDS multi-build can be found in the VistA software repository at 
      download.vista.domain.ext
      release for the National Clozapine Registry (NCR) software. This release 
         *   *   *   *   *   *
       
          ANON$:[ANONYMOUS.ANONYMOUS]MH_NCC_WARRANTY_5_01_T06.KID
       
      Place the KIDS multi-build file into a local directory and use the KIDS 
      option Load a Distribution option to load it into the transport global.
       
      2. Choose the INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE PackMan option.
       
      3. From the Kernel Installation and Distribution System Menu, select the
      Installation Menu.  From this menu, you may elect to use the following
       
      options. When prompted for the INSTALL NAME enter:
         MENTAL HEALTH NCC WARRANTY RELEASE 5.01
       
      a. Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup message
      of any routines exported with this patch.
       
      b. Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will (allow
      you to view all changes that will be made when this patch is installed.  
      It compares all components of this patch routines, DDs, templates, etc.).
       
      Patch YS*5.01*154 contains the following fixes:
      c. Verify Checksums in Transport Global - This option will allow you to
      ensure the integrity of the routines that are in the transport global.
       
      4.  From the Installation Menu, select the Install Package(s) option and
      choose the patch to install (MENTAL HEALTH NCC WARRANTY RELEASE 5.01).
       
      5. Accept the default when prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon 
      Completion of Install? NO//'
       
      6. Accept the default when prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during 
       
      the install? NO//'
       
      7. Accept the default when prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, 
      Menu Options, and Protocols? NO//'
       
      8. If prompted 'Delay Install (Minutes):  (0 - 60): 0// enter 0 (zero).
       
      Backout /Rollback Strategy:
      ---------------------------
      Backout will be done only with the concurrence and participation of
      1. Patients who are actively receiving clozapine (e.g. had a prescription 
      development team and appropriate VA site/region personnel. The decision to
      backout the software will be a joint decision between development
      team, VA site and regional personnel, and other appropriate VA 
      personnel.  Rollback applies to data only and is not applicable to this 
      multi-build.
       
      Prior to installing the KIDS multi-build, the site/region should have
      saved a backup of the routines in a PackMan message using the Backup a
      Transport Global [XPD BACKUP] menu option (this is done at time of
      install). The message containing the backed-up routines can be loaded with
      last month) are discontinued.
      the "Xtract PackMan" function at the Message Action prompt. The PackMan
      function "INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE" is then used to install the backed up
      routines onto the VistA System.
       
      Validation of Backout Procedure
      -------------------------------
      The backout Procedure can be verified by printing the first 2 lines of
      the PSO* and YS* Routines contained in the MENTAL HEALTH NCC WARRANTY 
      RELEASE 5.01 multi-build using the option First Line Routine Print [XU 
      FIRST LINE PRINT]. Once the old routines listed in the multi-build patch 
      Defect 1132329
      have been restored, the first two lines of the Routines will no longer 
      contain the designation of patch 574 (for Outpatient Pharmacy PSO* 
      routines) and patch 154 (for Mental Health YS* routines) in the patch 
      list section on line 2 of the routines.
       
      Problem:
      --------
      will fix the defects and incidents reported by the sites to the 
      The YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION option checks for clozapine patients who 
      should be discontinued.  The logic was erroneously discontinuing patients.
       
      Resolution:
      -----------
      The YSCLDIS and YSCLTST5 routines were modified to correct issues with 
      clozapine patients being discontinued erroneously when the YSCL DAILY 
      TRANSMISSION runs at the site. The fixes also ensure that information 
      about patients that were discontinued is stored in ^XTMP("YSCLDIS") as a 
      log.  A discontinued patient is one who has the CLOZAPINE STATUS field 
      developers of the National Clozapine Coordination (NCC) Project. The 
      (#54) in the PHARMACY PATIENT FILE (#55) set to "DISCONTINUED".
       
      The YSCL154P pre-init routine was created to ensure that the YSCL DAILY 
      TRANSMISSION option is scheduled in the OPTION SCHEDULING FILE (#19.2).  
      If the option is scheduled the installer will see a message like this:
       
      YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION information in file #19.2:
        QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: OCT 02, 2019@01:30
        RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D
        TASK ID: 2576362
      project is also referred to as the Clozapine Modernization (ClozMod) 
      No issues found for the YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION option.
       
      If the YSCL154P routine detects an issue the installer will see messages 
      that look like the two examples shown below.  If a message like this is 
      shown then the site will need to take corrective action to schedule the 
      YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION using TaskMan options.  If there are any 
      questions about how to schedule the option please contact the ClozMod 
      team.
       
      Error message example 1 from the YSCL154P routine:
      Project.
       
      YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION information in file #19.2:
      *** WARNING *** The option is NOT scheduled.
       
      The YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION Option should be scheduled to be run daily,
       in the early AM hours with no DEVICE.
       
      Error message example 2 from the YSCL154P routine:
       
      YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION information in file #19.2:
       
        QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME:  * Time not found! *
        RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D
        TASK ID:  * Task not found! *
       
      The YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION Option should be scheduled to be run daily,
       in the early AM hours with no DEVICE.
       
      Note: There are routines in the PSO*7.0*574 patch that also address this 
      defect.
       
      The NCR is maintained by the National Clozapine Coordinating Center 
       
      2. Registered clozapine patients who have not received a clozapine 
      prescription in more than 56 days may not be discontinued.
      Defect 1132404
       
      Problem:
      --------
      A patient who had not received Clozapine for more than 56 days did not 
      have their status changed to DSCONTINUED during the nightly scan.
       
      (NCCC).  The NCCC is responsible for VA's compliance with the clozapine 
      Resolution:
      -----------
      Logic in routine YSCLDIS was changed to fix the problem.
       
      3. Newly Registered clozapine patients were only getting a dispense 
      frequency of WEEKLY in file #603.01.
      Defect 1132352
       
      Problem:
      --------
      
    • 132 SEQ #125
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-06-01 15:16:21
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTY
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The Mobile Application Phase 2 (MAP2) Mental Health Checkup project 
      requires access to certain Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) that are part of 
      the MENTAL HEALTH package. The purpose of this patch is to publish those 
      RPCs allowing access for use by Mental Health Checkup by setting the 
      field APP PROXY ALLOWED field (#.11) of the REMOTE PROCEDURE file (#8994) 
      to YES.
      
    • 165 SEQ #126
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-07-13 17:22:45
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
      This patch addresses the following issue:
       
      1. When adding new entries to the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST (#603.01)
      file patient lookups running in the background can return erroneous
      results, which in turn leads to incorrect entries in the file.
       
      This issue is being tracked in SNOW on INC10558263 and is also being
      tracked on Rational Defect #1263669.
      
    • 166
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-09-23 15:25:17
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SIXTYFIVE
      DESCRIPTION:   
       The Health Integration & Modernization (HI&M) CLOZAPINE NCCC OVRD 
       
       patient's prescription limited to 4 days.
       
       Problem:
       --------
       A Patient initially receives a 4-day emergency authorization, and 
       later an NCCC Authorization and an NCCC Override Date. While the NCCC 
       Override Date is still active, the Day Supply (for Outpatient Pharmacy) 
       or Order Duration (for Inpatient Medications) continues to be limited to 
       4 days. Inpatient Medications Order Duration is defined as the number of 
       days between the order's Start Date/Time and Stop Date/Time.
       The multi-build contains the Mental Health patch YS*5.01*166 and the 
            
       Resolution:
       -----------
       If a NCCC Authorized National Override Date is in effect following 
       an initial local override, the system shall process an active clozapine 
       patient's clozapine prescription under national override processes 
       allowing the patient to be provided with the approved quantity associated
       with their individual dispensing frequency from the DISPENSE FREQUENCY 
       field (#2) in the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01). The approved 
       quantity is determined by the order's Days Supply for Outpatient Pharmacy
       Outpatient Pharmacy patch PSO*7.0*612.  The list of defects and their 
       orders, and the Order Duration (days between Start Date/Time and Stop 
       Date/Time) for Inpatient Medications orders.
        
       Technical Resolution:
       ---------------------
       The correct patient dispense frequency is now retrieved by changing
       CL1^YSCLTST4 to find the dispense frequency associated with the patient's
       registered clozapine authorization number.
       
       
       resolution is below.
       4. Requirement 2 Defect 2 - Patient with NCCC Authorization receives a
       Special Condition Fill, and later an NCCC Authorization and Override
       Date, but day supply limited to 4.
       
       INC9951972: COVID-19 VistA PSO defect - Clozapine National Override 
       patient's prescription limited to 4 days 
       
       Problem:
       --------
       A patient with an initial NCCC Authorization receives a Special Condition
       
       override, followed by an NCCC override, is limited to a Day Supply
       (Outpatient Pharmacy orders) or an Order Duration (Inpatient Medications
       orders) limited to 4 for clozapine orders. The NCCC national clozapine
       override and the patient's regular clozapine dispense frequency
       are ignored.
       
       Resolution:
       -----------
       A patient with an initial NCCC clozapine authorization receiving a 
       Special Condition override, followed by an NCCC override, shall be
       This patch is also being released with informational patch PSJ*5*403 that
       processed under national override rules allowing the patient to be
       provided with the approved quantity associated with their individual
       dispensing frequency from the DISPENSE FREQUENCY field (#2) in the
       CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01). The approved quantity is reflected
       in the order's Days Supply for Outpatient Pharmacy orders, and the Order
       Duration (days between Start Date/Time and Stop Date/Time) for Inpatient
       Medications orders.
        
       Technical Resolution:
       ---------------------
       documents changes to Inpatient Medications' processing of clozapine
       Routine OVRRID^YSCLTST2 changed to kill ^XTMP("PSJ4D-"_DFN) and 
       ^XTMP("PSO4D-"_DFN) after an NCCC override is successfully filed. This 
       removes a patient's local clozapine override information when it is 
       replaced by an NCCC override.
       
       
       Patch Components
       ================
       Files & Fields Associated:
       
       overrides that are a result of the defect fixes in PSO*7.0*612 and
       File Name (Number)    Field Name (Number)      New/Modified/Deleted      
       ------------------    ----------------------   --------------------      
       CLOZAPINE PATIENT     CLOZAPINE REGISTRATION   Modified* (Mumps X-Ref)  
       LIST (#603.01)        NUMBER (#.01)
                             CLOZAPINE PATIEN T(#1)   Modified* (Mumps X-Ref)
       
       *New style "AC" mumps cross reference added to these two fields in file 
        603.01. New routine TRGR^PSOCLADD(DFN,PSOCLZNW) is invoked when a new
        entry is filed. New Integration Control Registration (ICR) #7175 has
        been created to document the new cross application interaction.
       YS*5.01*166.
       
       Forms Associated:
       Form Name             File #       New/Modified/Deleted
       ---------             ------       --------------------
       N/A
        
       Mail Groups Associated:
       Mail Group Name          New/Modified/Deleted
       ---------------          --------------------
       N/A
        
       
       Options Associated:
       Option Name                   Type           New/Modified/Deleted
       -----------                   ----           --------------------
       N/A
       
       Protocols Associated:
       Protocol Name                     New/Modified/Deleted
       -------------                     --------------------
       N/A
       COVID-19 multi-build is an emergency patch to the National Clozapine 
       
       
       Security Keys Associated:
       Security Key Name                 New/Modified/Deleted
       ----------------------            --------------------
       N/A
       
       Templates Associated:
       Template Name      Type      File Name (Number)  New/Modified/Deleted
       -------------      ----      ------------------  --------------------
       N/A
       Defect Tracking System Ticket(s) & Overview: 
       
         *   *   *   *   *   *
       
       Test Sites: 
       ----------
       New Jersey Health Care System (561)
       VA Connecticut Health Care System (689)
       Boise VA Medication Center (531)
       
       
       --------------------------------------------
       Software and Documentation Retrieval Instructions:
       --------------------------------------------------
       The software for this patch is being released as a host file.
       
       The host file is available at the following location:  
       /srv/vista/patches/SOFTWARE/PSO_YS_CLOZ_COVID.KID  
       
       Documentation describing the new functionality is included in this
       release. Documentation can be found on the VA Software Documentation 
       Library at: https://www.domain.ext/vdl/
       * Defect and Enhancement ID's listed below are internal identifiers and 
       
       -------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Title                                 File Name  
       -------------------------------------------------------------------------
       MHA Security Technical                YS_MHS_TM.pdf
       Manual/Guide
       
       Deployment Installation Back-Out      pso_7_p612_ys_501_p166_dibr.docx
       and Rollback Guide - HI&M             pso_7_p612_ys_501_p166_dibr.pdf
       Clozapine Overrides 
         do not map to any external system.
       
       Release Notes - HI&M Clozapine        pso_7_p612_ys_501_p166_rn.docx
       Overrides                             pso_7_p612_ys_501_p166_rn.pdf
       
       
       
       Patch Installation: 
       
       Pre/Post Installation Overview: 
       -------------------------------
       
       There are no tasks to be performed before the installation of this 
       multi-build. Note that the routines should be backed up to a PackMan
       message before installing the build.
        
       Pre-Installation Instructions: 
       ------------------------------
       This patch may be installed with users on the system although it is 
       recommended that it be installed during non-peak hours to minimize
       potential disruption to users.  This patch should take less than 5 
       minutes to install.  It should not be installed when the YSCL DAILY
       Patch YS*5.01*166 contains the following changes: 
       TRANSMISION option is running.  If unsure when that is check the OPTION
       SCHEDULING file (#19.2) using FileMan:
        
       Select VA FileMan Option: Inquire to File Entries 
        
       Output from what File: OPTION SCHEDULING//   (17 entries) Select OPTION
       SCHEDULING NAME:  YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION Another one: Standard Captioned
       Output? Yes//   (Yes) Include COMPUTED fields:  (N/Y/R/B): NO//  - No 
       record
       number (IEN), no Computed  Fields 
       
        
       NAME: YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION 
         QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: OCT 05, 2019@01:30 
         RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D            TASK ID: 2577736 
        
       Installation Instructions: 
       --------------------------
      1. Place the KIDS multi-build file PSO_YS_CLOZ_COVID.KID into a 
      local directory and use the KIDS option Load a Distribution option to 
      load it into the transport global.
       1. Requirement 1 Enhancement - Automate the Pharmacy 
        
      2. Choose the INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE PackMan option.  
        
      3. From the Kernel Installation and Distribution System Menu, select 
      the Installation Menu.  From this menu, you may elect to use the 
      following  options. When prompted for the INSTALL NAME enter:
             PSO*7.0*612
        
        a. Backup a Transport Global - This option will create a backup message
           of any routines exported with this patch.
       Registration of NCCC Clozapine Authorizations.
        
        b. Compare Transport Global to Current System - This option will (allow 
           you to view all changes that will be made when this patch 
           is installed.  It compares all components of this patch 
           (routines, DDs, templates, etc.).
        
        c. Verify Checksums in Transport Global - This option allows you to 
           ensure the integrity of the routines that are in the transport 
           global.
        
       Registry (NCR) software to correct defects to Clozapine National 
       
       4.  From the Installation Menu, select the Install Package(s) option and 
       choose the patch to install (PSO*7*612).
        
       5. Accept the default when prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees 
       Upon Completion of Install? NO//'
        
       6. Accept the default when prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during 
       the install? NO//'
        
       7. Accept the default when prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, 
       Problem:
       Menu Options, and Protocols? NO//'
        
       8. If prompted 'Delay Install (Minutes):  (0 - 60): 0// enter 0 (zero).  
        
       Backout/Rollback Strategy: 
       ---------------------------
       Backout will be done only with the concurrence and participation of 
       development team and appropriate VA site/region personnel. The decision 
       to backout the software will be a joint decision between development
       team, VA site and regional personnel, and other appropriate VA personnel.
       --------
       Rollback applies to data only and is not applicable to this multi-build.
        
       Prior to installing the KIDS multi-build, the site/region should have 
       saved a backup of the routines in a PackMan message using the Backup a
       Transport Global [XPD BACKUP] menu option (this is done at time of
       install). The message containing the backed-up routines can be loaded 
       with the "Xtract PackMan" function at the Message Action prompt. The
       PackMan function "INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE" is then used to install the
       backed up routines onto the VistA System.
       
       Currently, national clozapine authorization numbers are sent by the 
       The new "AC" mumps cross reference for the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file 
       (#603.01) must be manually deleted via FileMan prior to restoring the 
       backed up routines. 
       
       The steps to delete the cross reference:
         1. Access VA FileMan option Cross-Reference A Field via the VA FileMan 
         Utility Functions [DIUTILITY] menu.
         2. At the prompt, "What type of cross-reference (Traditional or New)?" 
         enter NEW.
         3. At the prompt, "Modify What File:" enter 603.01.
       National Clozapine Coordinating Center (NCCC) and filed into the 
         4. The new "AC" cross reference should be selected by default.
         5. At the prompt "Choose E (Edit)/D (Delete)/C (Create):" enter DELETE.
         6. At the prompt "Are you sure you want to delete the index  
         definition? NO// YES"
       
       Example deletion of new "AC" index if backout is required:
       
         VA FileMan 22.2   
       
         Select OPTION: UTILITY FUNCTIONS  
       CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01). Later, a pharmacy user 
         Select UTILITY OPTION: CROSS-REFERENCE A FIELD OR FILE  
         What type of cross-reference (Traditional or New)? Traditional// NEW
         Modify what File: REMOTE PROCEDURE// 603.01  CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST
                                                 (74 entries)
         Current Indexes on file #603.01:
           1589   'AC' index
         Choose E (Edit)/D (Delete)/C (Create): DELETE   
       
         Which Index do you wish to delete? 1589//  AC
         Are you sure you want to delete the index definition? NO// YES   
       must manually execute Vista option Register Clozapine Patient [PSOL 
       
           Index definition deleted.
       
       
       
       
       Validation of Backout Procedure 
       -------------------------------
       The backout Procedure can be verified by printing the first 2 lines of 
       the PSO* routines contained in the PSO*7*612 build using the option
       REGISTER PATIENT] (for new patients), or Edit Data for a Patient in the 
       First Line Routine Print [XU FIRST LINE PRINT]. Once the old routines
       listed in the multi-build patch have been restored, the first two lines 
       of the Routines will no longer contain the designation of patch 612 in
       the patch list section on line 2 of the routines.
       
       The backout of the new "AC" cross reference on the CLOZAPINE PATIENT 
       LIST file (#603.01) can be verified by repeating the backout steps and 
       verifying that there is no longer a selectable "AC" cross reference to 
       delete.
       Clozapine Program PSOL [EDIT] (for previously registered patients). 
        
       Clozapine Coordinating Center (NCCC) Override functionality.
       Resolution:
       ---------- 
       Automate the clozapine registration process by automatically updating the
       patient's clozapine registration number and status when a new National 
       Clozapine number is received from the NCCC, 
        
       Technical Resolution:
       ---------------------
       A new Pharmacy API has been created that accepts Patient DFN and 
       NCCC Clozapine Authorization number as input and files the number into 
        
       the CLOZAPINE REGISTRATION NUMBER field (#53) in the PHARAMCY PATIENT 
       file (#55), and updates the CLOZAPINE STATUS field (#54) to 'A' for 
       Active. This API is executed when a new clozapine authorization is filed 
       into the CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST (#603.01) file via a mumps action cross 
       reference.
       
       
       2. Requirement 1 Defect 2 - National Override Date update fails 
       for patient with more than one clozapine authorization.
       
       The NCR is maintained by the NCCC. The NCCC is responsible for VA's 
       Problem:
       -----------       
       When a National Override is requested for a patient that has more 
       than one entry in 603.01, the YSCL Server code performs a defective 
       lookup into 603.01. If the patient has more than one entry in 603.01, the
       server code retrieves the older clozapine number and compares it to the 
       clozapine number in the incoming override. Since the override is usually 
       (if not always) performed on the most recent clozapine number, the 
       override fails and generates the error message, "SSN (PATIENT,NAME) has 
       multiple Clozapine Numbers at nnn". 
       compliance with the clozapine Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy 
       
       Resolution:
       -----------
       The Mental Health Clozapine Server's NCCC Override patient lookup 
       into file 603.01 shall be corrected when processing an incoming NCCC 
       Override so that it looks in file 603.01 for the specific patient and 
       NCCC Clozapine number from the incoming message. Only the file 603.01 
       entry matching the incoming NCCC clozapine number and patient shall be 
       updated with the incoming NCCC Override Date.
       
       (REMS), which is mandated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for 
       Technical Resolution:
       ---------------------
       Correct routine YSCLSRV2 from failing to find a match in the 
       CLOZAPINE PATIENT LIST file (#603.01) for the incoming clozapine 
       authorization number and patient when attempting to file an NCCC Override
       Date in the OVERRIDE field (#3). Prior to the patch, the code compared 
       clozapine number associated with the incoming NCCC override with the 
       first (earliest) clozapine authorization number on file for the patient. 
       If the patient had only one clozapine number on file, the match was 
       successful. If the patient had more than one clozapine number on file, 
       tracking clozapine patients.
       the match failed as the most recent clozapine number was ignored. Routine
       OVVRID^YSCLSRV2 was changed to look through all clozapine authorization 
       numbers associated with the patient to find a match for the clozapine 
       number associated with the incoming NCCC override. 
       
       
       3. Requirement 2 Defect 1 - Patient with Temp Registration and an 
       NCCC Authorization and NCCC Override Date, but day supply limited to 4.
       
       INC9951972: COVID-19 VistA PSO defect - Clozapine National Override 
      
    • 141
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-11-16 12:13:12
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
      The purpose of this patch is to add updates and correct defects in both 
      the MHA Windows executable and in the web-based MHA Patient Entry 
      application.
      
    • 149 SEQ #129
      DATE APPLIED:   2020-12-08 08:29:23
      APPLIED BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
      DESCRIPTION:   
       
      Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA) side software for 
      Template Name         Type    File Name (Number)      New/Modified/Deleted
      -------------         ----    ------------------      --------------------
         N/A 
       
      Remote Procedures Associated:
       
      Remote Procedure Name       New/Modified/Deleted
      ---------------------       --------------------
         N/A
       
      this effort.  The other components are web-based and will be installed on 
      Parameter Definitions Associated:
       
      Parameter Name              New/Modified/Deleted
      --------------              --------------------
         N/A
       
      Additional Information:
      -----------------------
       
      New Service Requests (NSRs):
      servers outside of VistA and in the VA cloud services.  The purpose of 
         N/A
       
      Patient Safety Issues (PSIs):
         N/A 
       
      Defect Tracking System Ticket(s) & Overview:
       
       1. Rational ID Defect 1262531
          Sites Not Able to Transmit Clozapine Prescription Data
       
      Phase 2 is to provide enhancements for the National Clozapine Registry 
       Problem:
       --------
      Some sites were not transmitting data via the OPTION Daily Clozapine 
      Transmission [YSCL DAILY TRANSMISSION].  The cause was a missing FileMan 
      date in the log that is stored in the zero node of ^XTMP("YSCLTRN").
       
       
       Resolution:
       -----------
      The YSCLTST5 routine was modified to prevent this problem.  The code now 
      (NCR).
      forces the initial loop value to zero and the logic proceeds.
       
       
      Test Sites:
      -----------
      N. FLORIDA/S. GEORGIA VHS   (573)
         VA NORTH FLORIDA/SOUTH GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM - GAINESVILLE 
      DIVISION     
         Gainesville, FL       
       
        
      WEST LA VAMC   (691)
         VA GREATER LOS ANGELES HEALTHCARE SYSTEM - WEST LOS ANGELES
         Los Angeles, CA
       
      CONNECTICUT HCS   (689)
         CONNECTICUT HEALTH CARE SYSTEM - WEST HAVEN DIVISION
         West Haven, CT 
       
      Software and Documentation Retrieval Instructions:
      --------------------------------------------------
      YS*5.01*149 will add new VistA options and a new file, CLOZAPINE HL7 
      The software for this patch is being released in a PackMan 
      message.
       
       
      Documentation describing the new functionality is included in 
      this release. Documentation can be found on the VA Software 
      Documentation Library at: https://www.domain.ext/vdl/
           Clinical >> Mental Health
       
      Documentation Title                             File 
      TRANSMISSION (#603.05) to track the Health Level 7 (HL7) messages.  This 
      Name                     
      National Clozapine Coordination Project VistA User Guide
                           VistA Clozapine User Guide YS149 Updates.docx
       
       
      Patch Installation:
      -------------------
        
      Pre/Post-Installation Overview:
       
      file can be read by users who have FileMan access and a "Y" in their FILE 
      After the patch is installed the new option Transmit Clozapine Rx HL7 
      Messages [YSCL HL7 CLOZ TRANSMISSION] needs to be scheduled in TaskMan.  
      Instructions are listed below.
       
      Also, after installing the patch the coordinator for the YSCLHL7 LOGS 
      Mail Group should be notified that the patch was installed and that users 
      can be added to the Mail Group.  MailMan messages with information about 
      the HL7 message transmissions will be sent to that group.
       
      This is an example:
      MANAGER ACCESS CODE, which is field #3 in the NEW PERSON file (#200).  
       
      Subj: Clozapine HL7 report ST ELIGIUS HOSPITAL (999)  [#30896] 
      11/29/19@16:42
      22 lines
      From: HRUBOVCAK,JC  In 'IN' basket.   Page 1
      --------------------------------------------------------------
       HL7 transmission report Nov 29, 2019@16:42:04
       Site: ST ELIGIUS HOSPITAL (999)
       
       Total messages sent: 12
      The purpose of this software package is for the Department of Veterans 
      This patch also contains HL7 message components and their associated 
       
       Message ID          Type     Prescription
       
       999 550            ADT^A28   900042
       999 551            RDE^O11   900042
       999 552            ADT^A28   900218
       999 553            RDE^O11   900218
       999 554            ADT^A28   900285
       999 555            RDE^O11   900285
       999 556            ADT^A28   900217
      subscriptions, plus a logical link to VistA.  Most of these components 
       999 557            RDE^O11   900217
       999 558            ADT^A28   900281
       999 559            RDE^O11   900281
       999 560            ADT^A28   900223
       999 561            RDE^O11   900223
       
       Sent to: G.YSCLHL7 LOGS
                              *** END OF REPORT ***
       
       
      will not be visible to VistA users.  The HL7 messages will be sent as a 
      Pre-Installation Instructions:
       
      The only pre-installation step is to decide who will be the coordinator 
      for the new YSCLHL7 LOGS Mail Group; the installer will be prompted for 
      that name during the installation.
       
      This patch may be installed with users on the system although it is
      recommended that it be installed during non-peak hours to minimize
      potential disruption to users.  This patch should take less than 3
      minutes to install.  
      batch to track specific VistA activities such as registering a new 
       
      The menu rebuild may take a few minutes after the patch is installed.
       
      No options or protocols need to be disabled before installation.
       
      Installation Instructions:
       
      1.  Choose the PackMan message containing this build. Then select 
          the INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE PackMan option to load the build.
       
      clozapine patient for treatment.  HL7 messages will be sent to an 
      2.  From the Kernel Installation and Distribution System Menu, 
          select the Installation Menu.  From this menu, 
       
          A.  Select the Verify Checksums in Transport Global 
              option to confirm the integrity of the routines that 
              are in the transport global. When prompted for the 
              INSTALL NAME enter YS*5.01*149.
       
          B. Select the Backup a Transport Global option to create a 
             backup message of any routines exported with this patch. 
      external system and VistA will receive HL7 acknowledgements, where needed.
             It will not backup any other changes such as DDs or 
             templates.
       
          C. You may also elect to use the following options: 
               i.  Print Transport Global - This option will allow 
                   you to view the components of the KIDS build.
               ii. Compare Transport Global to Current System - This 
                   option will allow you to view all changes that will 
                   be made when this patch is installed.  It compares 
                   all of the components of this patch, such as 
       
                   routines, DDs, templates, etc.
       
          D. Select the Install Package(s) option and choose the 
             patch to install. 
        
            i.  When prompted 'Want KIDS to Rebuild Menu Trees Upon 
                   Completion of Install? NO//' answer <YES>.
       
            ii. When prompted 'Want KIDS to INHIBIT LOGONs during the 
                install? NO//' answer <NO>.   
      A new HL LOGICAL ENTRY is named YSCL-NCCC and will connect to the NCR 
       
            iii. When prompted 'Want to DISABLE Scheduled Options, Menu 
                 Options, and Protocols? NO//' answer <NO>.
       
            iv. When prompted 'Enter options you wish to mark as 
                  'Out Of Order':' press <ENTER>.
       
            v. When prompted 'Enter protocols you wish to mark as 
                    'Out Of Order':' press <ENTER>.
       
      servers.
            vi. When prompted 'Delay Install (Minutes):  (0 - 60): 0//',
                    press <ENTER> for zero seconds.
       
       
      Post-Installation Instructions:
       
      After the patch is installed the installer should notify the coordinator 
      of the YSCLHL7 LOGS mail group (see notes above) and schedule the new 
      transmission option.
       
       
      The new option Transmit Clozapine Rx HL7 Messages [YSCL HL7 CLOZ 
      TRANSMISSION] should be scheduled in TaskMan to run daily in off-hours, 
      typically between 10:00 PM and 2:00 AM.  The option can be scheduled 
      using the TaskMan option Schedule/Unschedule Options [XUTM SCHEDULE].  
      The option will not have a DEVICE FOR QUEUED JOB OUTPUT.  That is, the 
      device field should be null.
       
      This is an example:
       
         *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *
      Affairs (VA) to maintain compliance with federal mandates for tracking 
      A complete list of the patch components can be generated using KIDS 
       
                                Edit Option Schedule
          Option Name: YSCL HL7 CLOZ TRANSMISSION    
          Menu Text: Transmit Clozapine Rx HL7 Messag  
                                                 TASK ID: 8798880
        ___________________________________________________________
        QUEUED TO RUN AT WHAT TIME: DEC 5,2019@23:00              
       
      DEVICE FOR QUEUED JOB OUTPUT:                               
       
      options.
       QUEUED TO RUN ON VOLUME SET:                      
       
            RESCHEDULING FREQUENCY: 1D                            
       
                   TASK 
      PARAMETERS:                                                 
       
                  SPECIAL QUEUEING:                     
       
      ______________________________________________________________
         
       
      Exit    Save    Next Page    Refresh    Quit
       
       
       
         *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *
       
      Back-Out/Roll Back Plan:
      ------------------------
      The routines can be restored from the backup message created in 
      Except for routine YSCLTST5, the VistA components in this patch are all 
      installation step B above.  The new options can be placed out-of-order or 
      deleted.  The new routines can be deleted manually without affecting 
      other VistA packages.  No data will need conversion to restore the 
      system.  The data dictionary components of this patch can be removed 
      using standard VA FileMan options.
      new and do not modify existing software.
        
      The types of HL7 messages to be transmitted:
         ADT^A05 (Pre-admit a Patient)
         RDE^O11 (Pharmacy/Treatment Encoded Order)
       
      Clozapine prescriptions and dispensing.
      Patch Components:
      -----------------
      File #603.03 was already at sites; it has two new fields.
       
      Files & Fields Associated:
       
      File Name (Number)        Field Name (Number)       New/Modified/Deleted
      ------------------        -------------------       --------------------
      This is an existing file.
      CLOZAPINE PARAMETERS (#603.03)                         Modified
        
       (#603.03)                HL7 TRANSMISSION START (#20.01)       New
       (#603.03)                HL7 TRANSMISSION END (#20.02)         New
       
      This is a new file.
      CLOZAPINE HL7 TRANSMISSION (#603.05)                      New
       (#603.05)                POINTER TO PATIENT FILE (#2) (#.01)       New
       (#603.05)                RX TRANSMISSION (#1, sub-file #603.51)    New
          (#603.51)             DATE/TIME OF TRANSMISSION (#.01)          New
          (#603.51)             HLO MESSAGE  (#.02)                       New
          (#603.51)             MESSAGE TYPE  (#.03)                      New
      This patch will add enhancements to the Mental Health package for the 
          (#603.51)             PRESCRIPTION #  (#.04)                    New
       
      Forms Associated:
       
      Form Name                   File Number               New/Modified/Deleted
      ---------                   -----------               --------------------
       N/A
       
      Mail Groups Associated:
       
      National Clozapine Coordination (NCC) Project. It is also referred to as 
      Mail Group Name             New/Modified/Deleted
      ---------------             --------------------
       YSCLHL7 LOGS                 New
       
      Options Associated:
       
      Option Name                     Type                New/Modified/Deleted
      -----------                     ----                --------------------
      YSCL HL7 CLOZ RETRANSMIT        run routine          New
      YSCL HL7 CLOZ TRANSMISSION      run routine          New
      the Clozapine Modernization (ClozMod) Project. YS*5.01*149 is part of 
      YSCL HL7 LIST CLOZAPINE RXS     run routine          New
      YSCL HL7 MAIN                   menu                 New
      YSCL HL7 QUEUE TRANSMISSION     run routine          New
      YSCL HL7 REPORT BY DATE         run routine          New
      YSCL HL7 STATUS REPORT          run routine          New
       
      Protocols Associated:
       
      Protocol Name               New/Modified/Deleted
      -------------               --------------------
      Phase 2 of the MENTAL HEALTH NCC PROJECT and is the Veterans Health 
       N/A
       
      Security Keys Associated: 
       
      Security Key Name
      -----------------
         N/A
        
      Templates Associated:
       
      
    • 172b
      DATE APPLIED:   2021-04-05 00:00:00
      DESCRIPTION:   
      Backup of YS*5.01*172 on Apr 05, 2021
       
      Warning:  Installing this backup patch message will install older versions
      of routines and Build Components (options, protocols, templates, etc.).
      Please verify with the Development Team that it is safe to install.
      
    DATE INSTALLED AT THIS SITE:   1996-08-21 00:00:00
DESCRIPTION
Mental Health belongs to the CORE+8 group of DHCP packages.  This package
includes modules to assist Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Social
Workers, and other health-care professionals in the care of Mental
Health patients.  Major clinical entities include various clinical
modules and options, an inpatient module, a psychologic testing
module, and various supervisory options.
FILE
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   MERGE
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   MERGE
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   MERGE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   MERGE
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   MERGE
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • FIELD:
    • DXLS
    UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   NO
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   NO
  • UPDATE THE DATA DICTIONARY:   YES
    ASSIGN A VERSION NUMBER:   YES
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DD UPDATE:   NO
    DATA COMES WITH FILE:   YES
    MERGE OR OVERWRITE SITE'S DATA:   OVERWRITE
    MAY USER OVERRIDE DATA UPDATE:   NO
POST-INITIALIZATION ROUTINE YSD4POST
POST-INIT COMPLETION DATE 1996-08-21 13:56:48
PRE-INIT AFTER USER COMMIT YSD4PRE
PRE-INIT COMPLETION DATE 1996-08-21 13:50:54