HL7 2.5

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    Gary Atkinson
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    I have implementation which uses the 2.5 std.  For MSH:9 they have data type as CM.  In version 2.5 the data type CM does not exist.  In cloverleaf it has MSH:9 data type field as MSG.  I don’t have the 2.5 standard guide.  What are the subcomponents of data type field MSG?  What other data type can be used for MSH:9?

    Thx,

    Gary

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      Michael Hertel
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      From the 2.5 manual:

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      2.15.9.9 MSH-9 Message Type (MSG) 00009

      Components: ^ ^

      Definition: This field contains the message type, trigger event, and the message structure ID for the message.

      Refer to HL7 Table 0076 – Message type for valid values for the message type code. This table contains values such as ACK, ADT, ORM, ORU etc.

      Refer to HL7 Table 0003 – Event type for valid values for the trigger event. This table contains values like A01, O01, R01 etc.

      Refer to HL7 Table 0354 – Message structure for valid values for the message structure. This table contains values such as ADT_A01, ORU_R01, SIU_S12, etc. .

      The receiving system uses this field to recognize the data segments, and possibly, the application to which to route this message. For certain queries, which may have more than a single response event type, the second component may, in the response message, vary to indicate the response event type. See the discussion of the display query variants in chapter 5.

    • #66386
      Gary Atkinson
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      Do you know where I can get a copy of 2.5 manual for free  😉

    • #66387
      Michael Hertel
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      Not if I want to keep making my mortgage payments I don’t.. 😛

    • #66388
      Gary Atkinson
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      Alrighty…I’m going to ping some people in my organization.  I’m sure someone has a hl7.org membership.  😀

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