CPLISCentre for the Public Library and Information in Society (UK)
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The appropriate and timely communication of laboratory results to the clinician is also impacted by the specific EHR with which the CPLIS is interfaced.
"Low," "High," "L," "H," "up arrow," "down arrow," "*See Comment," and colored fonts or highlighting are all common ways to provide a visual indicator of abnormal results in traditional paper reports generated by the CPLIS. In the EHR, the display indicator, commonly called a flag, used by the LIS may not be compatible, and this information may be simply lost upon data transfer through the Health Level 7 interface.
(30) History for appropriate microbiology testing can be crucial and extensive (travel, immune status, pets, transplant status, occupation, etc), and this information is usually buried within EHR notes rather than being presented in searchable data fields that can be viewed in either the EHR or the CPLIS at the time of culture to assist with appropriate culture and serologic test selection.