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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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When asked if any letter was available that could show directions for submission of an application once the requisition form was returned without any stamp, order or note, Nagra replied in the negative.
Patient wait times (Figure 1; see Table for definition) were collected from sign-in sheets, filled in by either the patient or the phlebotomist, or from requisition forms, stamped by the phlebotomist with patient arrival and call-in times.
Coilaboration with IT facilitated the development of an electronic requisition form and automation of the form's appearance on the nurse's computer when a urine collection order is entered.
The worksheet in Figure 1 is designed to update the part number, usage rate, and requisition quantity (cells B9:D13) on the Material Requisition Form using lookup values based on the item number and quantity input into cells C4 and C5.
In total, partnership with the local laboratories resulted in 26 new sites that accept the campaign lab requisition form.
* Whether the vendor can provide customizable ask-at orders, client-branded requisition forms, and final reports, which enhance the client's business and reduce manual workload as well as potential error.
There are step-by-step instructions for completing and submitting an online DD 1348-6 requisition form. You'll also be able to check the status of your requisition.
Figure 12-1 Storeroom requisition form Storeroom Requisition Charge to kitchen Date: October 23, 20 Unit Extension Quantity Unit Item Price Price 6 #10 cans Sliced Apples $3.55 $21.30 4 #10 cans Tomato Juice 1.97 7.88 1 lb.
In the past, to keep work moving forward, a paper requisition form was passed from person to person like a baton in a relay race; today, many departments have paperless, "decoupled" workflows that allow workers to function more independently and efficiently.
The survey included questions regarding the anatomical source of specimens, requisition form requirements, media used for culture, antimicrobial susceptibility testing practices, and the threshold for reporting GBS in urine specimens.