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DEA SPECIAL HANDLING CODE ICR (3784)

DEA SPECIAL HANDLING CODE    ICR (3784)

Name Value
NUMBER 3784
IA # 3784
DATE CREATED 2002/10/15
CUSTODIAL PACKAGE PHARMACY DATA MANAGEMENT
CUSTODIAL ISC Birmingham
USAGE Private
TYPE Routine
DBIC APPROVAL STATUS APPROVED
ROUTINE PSSUTIL1
NAME DEA SPECIAL HANDLING CODE
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Pharmacy Data Management will return a DEA Special
Handling code to Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) for an Orderable
Item, when selected through the CPRS IV Fluids order dialogue, for an
outpatient. This DEA code will be based on the Dispense Drugs matched to that
Orderable Item. If the second parameter in this call is an "A" for Additive,
then a DEA Special Handling code will only be evaluated for a Dispense Drug if
that Dispense Drug has at least one active IV Additive matched to the Dispense
Drug. If the second parameter is an "S" for Solution, then a DEA Special
Handling code will only be evaluated for a Dispense Drug if that Dispense Drug
has at least one active IV Solution matched to the Dispense Drug.
STATUS Active
KEYWORDS DEA
DURATION Till Otherwise Agreed
ID PSSUTIL1
COMPONENT/ENTRY POINT
COMPONENT/ENTRY POINT COMPONENT DESCRIPTION VARIABLES
$$IVDEA(PSSIVOI,PSSIVOIP)
This entry point will return a DEA Special Handling
code for a Pharmacy Orderable Item selected through the CPRS IV Fluids Order
dialogue.
VARIABLES TYPE VARIABLES DESCRIPTION
PSSIVOI Input
This variable is the internal entry number from the
Pharmacy Orderable Item (#50.7) file.
PSSIVOIP Input
This variable indicates the type of Orderable Item.
If the Orderable Item was derived from a selection from the Solutions Tab,
then an "S" will be passed in. If it was derived from a selection from the
Additives Tab, then an "A" will be passed in.
$$IVDEA Output
This output variable indicates the DEA Special
Handling code at the Pharmacy Orderable Item level, based on the Dispense
Drugs matched to the Orderable Item. This call should only be made from the IV
Fluids dialogue in CPRS, and only when the order is for an outpatient. This
variable can be one of four values, a "1", a "2", a "3", or null. If a "1" is
returned, that indicates that there is at least one active Dispense Drug
matched to the Orderable Item that has a DEA Special Handling code that
contains a "1" or contains a "2". This means a wet signature is required. If a
"2" is returned, that indicates the first condition wasn't met, and that there
is at least one active Dispense Drug matched to the Orderable Item that has a
DEA Special Handling code that contains a "3", or contains a "4", or contains
a "5". This means a wet signature is not required, but it does indicate a
controlled substance. A "0" is returned if neither of the first two conditions
are met, but there are active Dispense Drugs matched to the Orderable Item. If
there are no active Dispense Drugs matched to the Orderable Item, then a null
is returned. In all of these cases, an active Dispense Drug also implies that
the drug has an active Additive or Solution tied to that drug, depending on
what is passed in as the second input parameter.
SUBSCRIBING PACKAGE
SUBSCRIBING PACKAGE ISC
ORDER ENTRY/RESULTS REPORTING Salt Lake City
MAIL MESSAGE 35171862
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