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Timestamp:
Apr 28, 2009, 7:15:40 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
George Lilly
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batch processing release

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  • ccr/trunk/p/CCR_1_0.txt

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    1616OUFILE specifies the host file name of the CCR XML document that will be written for this patient. If OUTFILE is null ("") the document name will default to PAT_x_CCR_V1.xml where x is the DFN of the patient.
    1717
    18 CCRRPC(CCRGRTN,DFN,CCRPART,TIME1,TIME2,HDRARY)
     18CCRRPC(CCRGRTN,DFN,CCRPARMS,CCRPART)
    1919An RPC and program interface to return in return array CCRGRTN (passed by reference) a single patient's CCR.
    2020DFN is the patient's IEN
    2121CCRPART is what portion of the CCR should be returned. If "CCR" is specified, the entire CCR will be returned. If "PROBLEMS", "VITALS", or "MEDICATIONS" is specified, only that section of the CCR will be returned.
    22 TIME1,TIME2 specify a beginning and end timeframe for the data to be included in the CCR. These parameters are not implemented in this release.
    23 HDRARY will specify the values of certain header variables for the CCR. This parameter is not implemented in this release.
     22CCRPARMS ARE PARAMETERS THAT AFFECT THE EXTRACTION
     23IN THE FORM "PARM1:VALUE1^PARM2:VALUE2"
     24EXAMPLE: "LABLIMIT:T-60" TO LIMIT LAB EXTRACTION TO THE LAST 60 DAYS
     25SEE C0CPARMS FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF SUPPORTED PARAMETERS
    2426
    25 ANALYZE^C0CRIMA(BGNDFN,DFNCNT)
     27ANALYZE^C0CRIMA(BGNDFN,DFNCNT,CCRPARMS)
    2628A command line and program interface to analyze the data from multiple patients into categories that can be batch extracted.
    2729BGNDFN is the beginning DFN to be analyzed. If BGNDFN is null ("") its value will be taken from ^TMP("C0CRIM","RESUME"). If this variable does not exist, the routine will start with the first IEN in the patient file ^DPT. ^TMP("C0CRIM","RESUME") is updated to the "next" patient to be analyzed on successful completion.
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