04/25/18-DT: Robert Ruff commented as follows to the 6372
request: "The line tag EN2^GMRAUIX0 is never called, the pharmacy code only
checks for its existence. If it doesn't exist, the pharmacy code re-indexes
the APC cross-reference in the PATIENT ALLERGIES file (#120.8) via ICR #4606.
If it does exist, it skips over that re-index code and moves on to other
indexes within the PPS-N application. This appears to be legacy code that may
no longer be needed. Further analysis from Pharmacy is needed to better
justify the need for this DBIA. My recommendation is to remove the code that
re-indexes the PATIENT ALLERGIES file and the check for the EN2^GMRAUIX0 line
tag. I do not approve ICR #6372." Sami Alsahhar agreed to remove the code in a
patch scheduled for April or May 2018. Ron requested withdrawing the ICR.