What are the different types of trigger events for DFT messages?



What are the different types of trigger events for DFT messages?

Trigger events for a DFT message include procedure ordered, scheduled, or completed. As you can see, these are just a handful of the many, many, many variations of HL7 messages you can use.

What are some examples of ADT trigger events?

Examples of ADT trigger events (coded A01 up to A62) include: A01: Admit notification an inpatient encounter has started. A02: Transfer notification a patient has been transferred from one location to another one. A03: Discharge notification the encounter has ended. A04: Patient registration notification an outpatient encounter has started.

What event codes should be sent with ADT?

These ADT event codes are up to date with HL7 2.8.2 standards. The event code should be sent in MSH-9.2 and EVN-1 (if EVN segment is sent). Merge patient information – patient ID and account number

What is a trigger event in ATS?

A trigger event is a real-life event that starts the communication needed for a message. Both the message type and trigger event are found in the MSH-9 field of the message—let’s take ADT-A03 as an example. “ADT” is the message type, and “A03” is the trigger event.