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requisition form

Lab slip Lab medicine A form used to request specific lab tests–eg, chemistry, hematology, microbiology, cytology, HIV, pathology, etc. See Results.
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Known as SelecTest(TM), offered only by SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories (SBCL), this new test ordering process features revised, easy-to-use test requisition forms and a simplified price structure that further assists physicians in ordering medically appropriate tests for each patient.
Operationally, instructors may direct the team that fills the last item on the requisition form to sign the form and forward a signed copy to cost accounting.
The person requesting the work must fill out a requisition form that includes the estimated amount of the expense and a price quotation.
We work with the department to develop a requisition form that includes a group of products," says Weiss.
The research letter published today describes the results of an administrative change instituted by SFPHD: "Before May 2006, clinicians were required to complete a separate HIV test laboratory requisition form and obtain written documentation of patient informed consent to order an HIV test .
There is a back pocket, which is used to hold a requisition form.
Sutcliffe normally fills in a requisition form for anything he wants to buy.
The website was designed to support the campaign objective of increasing access to chlamydia and gonorrhea testing by featuring a requisition form that is available to download and print, and which can then be submitted to private laboratories across Ottawa.
Performing location-based requisition rules as well as automatic label printing and bar-coded requisition form generation
Examples of operator-dependent near-miss events included writing the incorrect specimen accession number on a cassette, placing one patient's specimen on a second patient's requisition form, and having multiple open specimen containers during the gross examination of a case.
Requiring a physician's or NPP's signature on requisitions would have reversed a long-standing CMS policy that requires documentation in the patient's record that the treating physician ordered the test, but does not require a separate signature on the lab's requisition form.