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|Codesystem Name||Codesystem Id||Version / Eingangsdatum||Status|
Beneficial to the patient but not essential for survival.
Calls for prompt action.
An unforeseen combination of circumstances or the resulting state that calls for immediate action.
With highest priority (e.g., emergency).
As soon as possible, next highest priority after stat.
Routine service, do at usual work hours.
Used to indicate that a service is to be performed prior to a scheduled surgery. When ordering a service and using the pre-op priority, a check is done to see the amount of time that must be allowed for performance of the service. When the order is placed, a message can be generated indicating the time needed for the service so that it is not ordered in conflict with a scheduled operation.
|0-S||CS||callback for scheduling|
Filler should contact the placer (or target) to schedule the service. (Was "C" in HL7 version 2.3's TQ-priority component.)
|1-L||CSP||callback placer for scheduling|
Filler should contact the placer to schedule the service. (Was "C" in HL7 version 2.3's TQ-priority component.)
|1-L||CSR||contact recipient for scheduling|
Filler should contact the service recipient (target) to schedule the service. (Was "C" in HL7 version 2.3's TQ-priority component.)
It is critical to come as close as possible to the requested time (e.g., for a through antimicrobial level).
An "as needed" order should be accompanied by a description of what constitutes a need. This description is represented by an observation service predicate as a precondition.
Filler should contact the placer as soon as results are available, even for preliminary results. (Was "C" in HL7 verion 2.3's reporting priority.)
A report should be prepared and sent as quickly as possible.
|0-L||UD||use as directed|
Drug is to be used as directed by the prescriber.