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The function to use to ensure results have posted.
The specific lab area where specimens are tested which would include an automated machine or manual bench for testing.
The ordering physician information is found here.
Printed in the lab for manual recording of results.
Uniquely identifies a group of testing workstations such as chemistry, hematology, Immunoassay, etc.
Unique number which identifies each specimen within an order.
A red bar graph that displays in the Test History Graph Pane indicates.
Function the SCC Tasklist will allow the user to do:
When scanned, this reads the order number or specimen identification.
A sequence of actions that a specimen/test moves through from receipt in the laboratory to reporting results.
This function allows you to examine a patient's results, compare results for any two orders on the same patient, and examine test results with specific values.
When an order comes into SoftBioChem from SoftLab, it is automatically assigned to BioChem Order number.
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Contains buttons for commonly used tasks.
Give an example of actions- Pre-analytical.
A result that is considered life-threatening.
Allows you to examine a patient's test results and examine test results with specific values.
A test made up of individual tests and thus, multiple resulting components.
This is used to to log into SoftLab.
Scanned to display specific information about a patient, order, or specimen.
What are abbreviations in softlab that mark the status of a specimen or test?
An activity that is performed on a specimen or a test.
Application used to perform an order entry.
Used by the clinicians for comparison purposes to determine if the result is abnormal.
The location used to recieve a specimen into the testing area.
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Allows multiple specimen tubes to be scanned before saving.
What is used to open a list of canned messages to add a comment to a result line?
The botton of the screen that shows the name of the person logged in, the environment, the terminal name and the system logged into.
When scanned, this reads ONLY the specimen identification.
Represents the location of the patient for inpatients, the location of the admission/regristration for outpatients, and the client number for MCSI patients.
Tests will be processed using worksheets and/or Tasklist.
An activity that is performed on a specimen or test.
Ordering/Collection location which represents an ordering clinic/ward within a region.
R=Routine S=Stat T=Timed
Give one example of a protocol action.
The area to click to add a test to an existing order.
Results that are confirmed and authenticated for accuracy which are then released and reported.
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A colored order folder in the patient tree indicates.
Used to track actions that are performed within the systems.
An order that comes to Soft via an interface.
The identifier or key word to use when calling the help desk for assistance with SCC Soft.
A bar graph that is displayed in the test history graph pane represents which type of result.
List of patients with fields requiring results.
What is used to manually enter results for a specific order?
The indicator that SoftLab tab is noted as 'active'.
Report details on changes made to patient demographics and results.
Medical Record Number- Unique patient identifier also known as Mayo Clinic Number
What is used to pass results from an automated machine to the softlab system?
Passing results from an automated machine to the SoftLab system

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