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22 2.1 INTRODUCTION 2.2 CONCEPTUAL APPROACH 2.2.1 Trigger events 2.2.2 Acknowledgements: original mode 2.2.3 Acknowledgements: enhanced mode 2.2.4 Queries 2.3 COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENT 2.4 HL7 MESSAGES 2.4.1 Message definition 2.4.2 Segments 2.4.3 Fields 2.4.4 Message delimiters2.4.5 Data types2.4.5.1 ST string data2.4.5.2 TX text data FT formatted text data NM numeric DT date TM time TS time stamp PN person name TN telephone number2.4.5.10 AD address ID coded value SI sequence ID CM composite CK composite ID with check digit CN composite ID number and name CQ composite quantity with units CE coded element CF coded element with formatted values2.4.5.19 RP reference pointer2.4.5.20 TQ timing quantity2.4.5.21 MO money 2.4.6 Use of escape sequences in text fields Formatting codes2.4.6.2 Highlighting Special character Hexadecimal Formatted text2.4.6.6 Local2.4.7 Message construction rules 2.4.8 Chapter formats for defining HL7 messages HL7 abstract message syntax example2.5 APPLICATION (LEVEL 7) PROCESSING RULES2.5.1 Original and enhanced processing rules Initiation2.5.1.2 Response2. When the original acknowledgement rules apply When enhanced acknowledgement rules apply 2.5.2 Application (level 7) processing rules, deferred processing two phase reply (original acknowledgement mode only) Initiation2.5.2.2 Response2.6 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT MESSAGES 2.6.1 ACK: general acknowledgement 2.6.2 MCF: Delayed acknowledgement 2.7 DISPLAY MESSAGES 2.7.1 Display vs. record-oriented messages 2.7.2 Unsolicited display update message (trigger event Q05) 2.7.3 Continuation of unsolicited display update message 2.8 QUERIES 2.8.1 Display vs. record-oriented queries 2.8.2 Message definition 2.8.3 Immediate vs. deferred response2.8.4 Interactive continuation of display messages 2.8.5 Logical display break points 2.8.6 Query trigger events and message definitions A query is made for immediate response (Trigger Event Q01) Display query variants2.8.6.2 Deferred access2. A query is sent for deferred response (trigger event Q02) Deferred response to a query (trigger event Q03)2.8.7 Query message implementation considerations 2.9 SPECIAL HL7 PROTOCOLS2.9.1 Sequence number protocol 2.9.2 Continuation messages and segments 2.9.3 HL7 batch protocol HL7 batch file structure Related segments and data usage2.9.3.3 Acknowledging batches2.9.3.4 Batch message as a query response2.10 MESSAGE CONTROL SEGMENTS2.10.1 MSH - message header segment - Field separator (ST) 00001 Encoding characters (ST) 00002 Sending application (ST) 00003 Sending facility (ST) 00004 Receiving application (ST) 00005 Receiving facility (ST) 00006 Date/time of message (TS) 00007 Security (ST) 00008 Message type (CM) 00009 Message control ID (ST) 00010 Processing ID (ID) 00011 Version ID (ID) 00012 Sequence number (NM) 00013 Continuation pointer (ST) 00014 Accept acknowledgement type (ID) 00015 pplication acknowledgement type (ID) 00016 Country code (ID) 000172.10.2 MSA - message acknowledgement segment - Acknowledgement code (ID) 00018 Message control ID (ST) 00010 Text message (ST) 00020 Expected sequence number (NM) 00021 Delayed acknowledgement type (ID) 00022 Error condition (CE) 000232.10.3 ERR - error segment - Error code and location (CM) 000242.10.4 QRD - query definition segment Query date/time (TS) 00025 Query format code (ID) 00026 Query priority (ID) 00027 Query ID (ST) 00028 Deferred response type (ID) 00029 Deferred response date/time (TS) 00030 Quantity limited request (CQ) 00031 Who subject filter (ST) 00032 What subject filter (ID) 00033 What department data code (ST) 00034 What data code value qual (CM) 00035 Query results level (ID) 00036 2.10.5 QRF - query filter segment Where subject filter (ST) 00037 When data start date/time (TS) 00038 When data end date/time (TS) 00039 What user qualifier (ST) 00040 Other QRY subject filter (ST) 00041 Which date/time qualifier (ID) 00042 Which date/time status qualifier (ID) 00043 Date/time selection qualifier (ID) 00044 2.10.6 URD - results/update definition segment R/U date/time (TS) 00045 Report priority (ID) 00046 R/U who subject definition (ST) 00047 R/U what subject definition (ID) 00048 R/U what department code (ST) 00049 R/U display/print locations (ST) 00050 R/U results level (ID) 00051 2.10.7 URS - unsolicited selection segment R/U where subject definition (ST) 00052 R/U when data start date/time (TS) 00053 R/U when data end date/time (TS) 00054 R/U what user qualifier (ST) 00055 R/U other results subject definition (ST) 00056 R/U Which date/time qualifier (ID) 00057 R/U Which date/time status qualifier (ID) 00058 R/U Date/time selection qualifier (ID) 00059 2.10.8 DSC - Continuation pointer segment Continuation pointer (ST) 000602.10.9 DSP - display data segment Set ID - display data (SI) 000612.10.9.2 Display level (SI) 000622.10.9.3 Data line (TX) 000632.10.9.4 Logical break point (ST) 000642.10.9.5 Result ID (TX) 000652.10.10 ADD - addendum segment - Addendum continuation pointer (ST) 00066 2.10.11 FHS - file header segment - File field separator (ST) 000672.10.11.2 File encoding characters (ST) 00068 File sending application (ST) 00069 File sending facility (ST) 00070 File receiving application (ST) 00071 File receiving facility (ST) 00072 File creation date/time (TS) 00073 File security (ST) 00074 File name/ID (ST) 00075 File header comment (ST) 00076 File control ID (ST) 00077 Reference file control ID (ST) 00078 2.10.12 FTS - file trailer segment- File batch count (NM) 00079 File trailer comment (ST) 00080 2.10.13 BHS - batch header - Batch field separator (ST) 000812.10.13.2 Batch encoding characters (ST) 000822.10.13.3 Batch sending application (ST) 000832.10.13.4 Batch sending facility (ST) 000842.10.13.5 Batch receiving application (ST) 000852.10.13.6 Batch receiving facility (ST) 000862.10.13.7 Batch creation date/time (TS) 000872.10.13.8 Batch security (ST) 000882.10.13.9 Batch name/ID/type (ST) 000892.10.13.10 Batch comment (ST) 000902.10.13.11 Batch control ID (ST) 000912.10.13.12 Reference batch control ID (ST) 000922.10.14 BTS - batch trailer segment - Batch message count (ST) 000932.10.14.2 Batch comment (ST) 000942.10.14.3 Batch totals (CM) 000952.10.15 NTE - notes and comments segment - Set ID - notes and comments (SI) 00096 Source of comment (ID) 00097 Comment (FT) 000982.10.16 Miscellaneous HL7 tables used across all chapters. Yes/No indicator table2.11 SAMPLE CONTROL AND QUERY MESSAGES 2.11.1 General Acknowledgement 2.11.2 Error return 2.11.3 Sequence number: initial message 2.11.4 Query with display-oriented response 2.11.5 Master file update examples: with original and enhanced acknowledgement protocol2.11.5.1 Original mode example: Enhanced mode example2. Initial Message with accept acknowledgement2. Application acknowledgement message2.11.5.3 Delayed application acknowledgement2. Initial message with accept acknowledgement2. Delayed application acknowledgement2.12 OUTSTANDING ISSUES

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A field is a string of characters. HL7 does not care how systems actuallystore data within an application. When fields are transmitted, they are sentas character strings. Except where noted, HL7 data fields may take on the nullvalue. Sending the null value, which is transmitted as two double quote marks(""), is different from omitting an optional data field. The differenceappears when the contents of a message will be used to update a record in adatabase rather than create a new one. If no value is sent, (i.e., it isomitted) the old value should remain unchanged. If the null value is sent, theold value should be changed to null.The various chapters of the Standard contain segment definition tables. Thesetables list and describe the data fields in the segment and characteristics oftheir usage. A comprehensive data dictionary of all HL7 fields is provided inAppendix A. In defining a segment, the following information is specifiedabout each field: 1)position: Ordinal position of the data field within the segment.This number is used to refer to the data field in the text comments that followthe segment definition table.2)name: Globally unique descriptive name for the field.3)ID number: Small integer that uniquely identifies the data fieldthroughout the Standard. The ID number is not significant under the HL7message encoding rules but is included as a convenience for those who wouldapply the HL7 Standard using other message encoding rules. 4)maximum length: Maximum number of characters that one occurrence ofthe data field may occupy. The maximum length is not of conceptual importancein the abstract message or the HL7 coding rules. It is included because ithelps readers understand the purpose of the field and it may have pragmaticimportance in specific implementations. It is calculated to include thecomponent and subcomponent separators that are defined below. Because themaximum length is that of a single occurrence, the repetition separator is notincluded in calculating the maximum length. (See Section Whether the data field is required, optional, orconditional in a segment. The designations are:R-requiredO-optionalC-conditional on the trigger event6)repetition: Whether the field may repeat. The designations are:N-no repetitionY-the field may repeat an indefinite or site determined number of times(integer) -the field may repeat up to the number of times specified in theintegerEach occurence may contain the number of characters specified by the field'smaximum length. (See Section HL7 defines a table of values for this field. An entry inthe table number column means that the table name and the element name areequivalent. The manner in which HL7 defines the valid values for tables will vary.Certain fields, like Patient Location, will have values that vary frominstitution to institution. Such tables are designated user or site-defined.Even though these tables are not defined in the standard, they are given an HL7table number to facilitate implementations. The ID data type is often used toencode values for these tables. Note that some of these tables (e.g., location)may reference common master files.Others, like Event Type (table 0003), are a part of the HL7 Standard becausethey affect the interpretation of the messages that contain them. They arelimited to the values established by the HL7 Standard. The ID data type is mostoften used to encode values for HL7 tables. When an HL7 table exists it isstrongly recommended that it be used. The values are listed in Appendix A.These HL7 tables also appear in the text in a standard box format (e.g., theEvent Type table in section Additions may be included on asite-specific basis. Still other tables contain values that are encoded by reference to otherstandards documents. For example, the encoding for Lab procedures is definedby ASTM 1238-88. The CE data type is used to encode values for these tables.Finally, there are some user-defined tables that contain values that might bestandardized across institutions but for which no applicable official standardexists. For these a set of suggested values may be listed in AppendixA. These suggested values appear in the text in a standard non-box format(e.g., the Event Reason Code --table 0062 in section It is expectedthat these values will be used where applicable within an institution and serveas a basis for extensions as required. The appropriate functional committeewithin HL7 solicits suggestions for additional values from institutions thatare applying the Standard. Various HL7 data types (ID, CE, CF, CK, CM, CN, CQ, and RP) are used toconvey tabular values, or have a component containing tabular values). 8)data type: Restrictions on the contents of the data field. Thereare a number of data types defined by HL7. These will be explained in Section2.4.5-data types. 041b061a72


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