RE: Order Entry

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From:"Horn, Hazel" <>
To:'Becky Scholes' <>,

We accession into a log book and then do the order entry on the computer
later at our convenience.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Becky Scholes []
> Sent:	Tuesday, June 20, 2000 09:05 AM
> To:
> Subject:	Order Entry
> Fellow AP Histonetters,
> Our lab is shopping for a new computer system, and they all have a feature
> that could turn our accessioning system upside down.  With the system we 
> have now, we apply an accession number to the case with a preprinted 
> computer generated sticker.  (I print 4,000 at a time.) In this way, we
> can 
> gross in over 60 cases first thing in the morning, and the medical 
> secretaries do order entry in the computer whenever they have time.  With 
> the new computer systems, the case has to be entered before you can be 
> assigned an accession number and do gross.  This will really slow us up, 
> especially since the medical secretaries think that now we will be doing
> the 
> order entry.  So now I have to think outside the box.  How do other people
> do it that have heavy work loads and a computer system like the one I will
> have?
> Bec the Tec
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