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pCLOCD Implementation

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Clinical LOINC Codes in pCLOCD

Published on Mar 21, 2019 by Linda Monico

All Clinical LOINC Codes that exist in pCLOCD are legacy codes . This document explains the decision made in 2015 to discontinue adding Clinical LOINC codes in the pCLOCD.

Guidance for Trending Lab Tests

Published on Nov 24, 2020 by Linda Monico

Identifies commonly trended lab tests gathered from British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick and the LOINC codes that can safely be compared.

Guide for Using LOINC Microbiology Terms

Published on Jan 15, 2019 by Linda Monico

Please note that in order to download this file you will first need to login with your free LOINC account. If you do not have a LOINC account you can complete the online registration through the download page for this document.

Laboratory Viewer Naming Guiding Principles and Rules

Published on Jan 28, 2021 by Linda Monico

Guiding principles and an accompanying set of rules that can be used to create a pan-Canadian viewer name for lab. This pan-Canadian Viewer Name can be utilized in all iEHR viewers deployed across Canada and leveraged in EMR, LIS, HIS/CIS and other...

LOINC Document Types

Published on Jan 28, 2021 by Linda Monico

Guidance on how to use LOINC codes to identify different document types and develop new LOINC codes, including mandatory and optional data required to create a new code.

LOINC Mapping: Developing Mapping Principles

Published on Nov 24, 2020 by Linda Monico

Mapping principles are required to guide mappers in their selections, to ensure maps are done consistently and to provide mapping criteria which supports the preparation of the LIS Test Catalogue.

LOINC Mapping: Managing LIS Test Catalogues

Published on Nov 24, 2020 by Linda Monico

The mapping of the LIS test catalogue to the pan Canadian LOINC Observation Code Database (pCLOCD) requires extensive preparation of the catalogue data. This Lessons Learned document provides key considerations and recommendations for managing test...

LOINC Mapping: Planning Lessons Learned

Published on Nov 24, 2020 by Linda Monico

Assistance for those beginning a project to use the pan-Canadian LOINC Observation Code Database (pCLOCD) leveraging lessons learned. The mapping of LIS tests to pCLOCD requires the use of a mapping tool. Review and implementation of a tool requires...

LOINC Order ONLY codes for Canada_List is under review

Published on Jan 15, 2019 by Linda Monico

This is a list of all the LOINC order only codes created for Canada that is currently undergoing review to determine their usage and if they are needed. They were created in 2009 as a result of the work in preparing and developing the first release of...

Mapping FAQs

Published on Nov 24, 2020 by Linda Monico

General information about creating maps from a Point of Service Terminology to a Reference Terminology are listed as frequently asked questions, particularly of interest to Business Analysts who are preparing their Point of Service Terminology files in...

Newly Published LOINC Codes

Published on Jan 26, 2021 by Linda Monico

A list of the new codes that were published by Regenstrief in the latest release of LOINC.

POCT Definition and Guidance

Published on May 29, 2017 by Lorie Carey

Definition of a POINT of Care Test (POCT) as approved by pan-Canadian consensus as well as guidance to manage POCT within jurisdictional repositories

Release Notes

Published on Jan 30, 2017 by Linda Monico

Helpful information about the latest release of pCLOCD, including highlights of the significant changes and considerations for implementation.

Search LOINC Application ScreenCapture

Published on Oct 03, 2018 by Linda Monico

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