September 10th 2010 (Friday) - Another Urgent Queue

The problem – identifying samples from wards which would require attention before samples from less urgent souces.
The solution – queue them, in the same way I queued samples from the most urgent locations (a few months ago)

Queue Summary

Queues requiring attention :-
Queue Queue name No. of specimens Date Time User
Urgent - General Queues
URGENT One-hour turnaround samples 29 10/09/2010 19:40 0
WARDS Four hour turnaround samples   1 10/09/2010 19:35 0
Routine - General Queues
GF GF tests to be done 11 10/09/2010 18:43 0
VITP B12s awaiting authorisation 16 10/09/2010 17:41 0
ZHB1 Hb-opathies awaiting analysis 16 10/09/2010 19:18 0
ZHB2 Hb-opathies sent to Somewhere 37 10/09/2010 09:40 0
1 Process queue 2 List 3 Update 4 eXit : P
Disc: CLIN Sect: HAEW QMON/APEX Overtype

Firstly I created a list of wards the results from which needed to appear on the four hour turnaround samples.
Then I made a rule:
  • If it’s on a queue already then quit else continue
  • If it’s not one of our samples (AW succession number) then quit else continue
  • If it’s on the list of wards then queue the result else quit.
"WARDS" (in red) is the new queue - let’s see if it works

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