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pcc-adt

1.0.0 • Public • Published

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Customizable baseline PointClickCare ADT SOAP service for node.

Usage

var adt = require('pcc-adt');
var app = adt();
 
app.handler('A01', function(message, done) {
   console.log('Received a patient admission');
   done();
});
 
app.handler('A02', function(message, done) {
   console.log('Received a patient transfer');
   done();
});
 
// ...register more message handlers
 
app.listen({
   wsdl: '/path/to/adt-service.wsdl',
   path: '/desired/path/to/service',
   username: 'service-username',
   password: 'service-password'
});

See the examples directory for a more fleshed out server example along with a client app to send test messages.

Installation

Install with npm:

$ npm install pcc-adt

API

app.listen(options)

Starts the application listening for incoming SOAP messages. The options parameter can contain the following:

  • wsdl (required) - path to the WSDL file defining the service. See examples/example.wsdl for a sample. Normally all that needs to change in the file is the soap:address tag
  • path (optional) - path on the server to listen on. Default: /soap/adt
  • port (optional) - port to listen on. Default: 8001
  • sslkey (optional) - path to key file used to enable SSL. Note that PointClickCare requires SSL to be enabled for all production servers. Default: undefined (no SSL)
  • sslcert (optional) - path to cert file used to enable SSL. Note that PointClickCare requires SSL to be enabled for all production servers. Default: undefined (no SSL)
  • log (optional) - function to use for logging. The function must implement the signature function(level, message). You can directly pass console.log, but be careful with scoping issues when passing other logging objects -- for example, passing winston.log will cause failures if not wrapped in an anonymous function. Default: undefined (no logging)
  • username (optional) - username for call to SOAP service. Default: default-user
  • password (optional) - password for call to SOAP service. Default: default-password

app.handler(eventType, handleFunc)

Registers a handler for an event type of ADT message. eventType needs to be one of the PointClickCare supported event types (see section below) and handleFunc is a function with the signature of function(message, done(err)).

The handler will be passed the nodengine-hl7 parsed ADT message as the message parameter. Following the typical callback pattern, the handler must call the done function, either with no parameters to indicate success or an Error object to notify the SOAP client of an application error.


app.close(done)

Cleanly closes the listening app. Calls done when close is complete.


app.hl7.parseString(messageString, done(err, parsedMessage))

Calls done function with a nodengine-hl7 parsed message in the parsedMessage parameter given a valid HL7 message in messageString. If an error occurs, done will be called with an Error object. This utility function handles the fact that nodengine-hl7 only works with streams. To parse from a file or other stream, see the original nodengine-hl7 project.


app.hl7.hasSegment(segmentType, parsedMessage, onlyOnce=false)

Returns true if nodengine-hl7 parsed message parsedMessage has a segment of segmentType, false if it does not. If onlyOnce is true, the function will only return true if there is exactly one segment of segmentType.


app.hl7.getSegmentOfType(segmentType, parsedMessage)

Returns the first segment of type segmentType found in nodengine-hl7 parsed message parsedMessage or null if the segment is not found.


app.hl7.getAllSegmentsOfType(segmentType, parsedMessage)

Returns all segments of type segmentType found in nodengine-hl7 parsed message parsedMessage as an array or an empty array if the segment is not found.


app.hl7.splitDataField(dataFieldString, componentSep = '^', repetitionSep = '~')

Splits up an HL7 data field string dataFieldString using component separator componentSep and repetition separator repetitionSep. Returns an array of fields broken up. This will be embedded in an array if there are more than one repetition.

// chunks is [a,b,c]
var chunks = app.hl7.splitDataField('a^b^c');
 
// chunks is [[a,b,c],[d,e,f]]
var chunks = app.hl7.splitDataField('a^b^c~d^e^f');

HL7 & PointClickCare Considerations

Parsing HL7

The incoming HL7 messages are parsed using the nodengine-hl7 parser. Messages contain a property named segments that contains an array of the segments in the message. To inspect particular fields of a segment, look under the parsed property of the segment. The fields provided for each segment type are defined here.

// Find the Resident's name, assuming message is nodengine-hl7 parsed
 
// Loop over all segments in message
for(var i = 0; i < message.segments.length; i++) {
 
   // Find the PID segment
   if(message.segments[i].parsed.SegmentType == 'PID') {
 
      // Return the name
      return parsedMessage.segments[i].parsed.ResidentName;
   }
}

HL7 Utilities

The pcc-adt app object contains a set of utility functions under the hl7 property. These functions are helpful for processing the messages parsed by the nodengine-hl7 parser. See the app.hl7 functions in the API docs above for more details.

Required Segments in All PointClickCare ADT Messages

The following segments are required in all PointClickCare ADT messages:

  • MSH - Message Header
  • EVN - Event Type
  • PID - Patient Identification
  • PV1 - Patient Visit
  • ZEV - Custom Event Type

pcc-adt will throw errors back to the calling SOAP client if any of these segments are missing. It is safe to assume that all of these segments are present in the message when it reaches your handler.

Supported PointClickCare Event Types

PointClickCare lays out the supported event types in their integration documentation. The event type is defined in EVN.2, or the second field in the EVN segment. For example, the HL7 message below is a A02 (transfer) event:

MSH|^~\&|PCCApp|NODE_ADT|ExampleApp|NODE_ADT|20160218103929.576||ADT^A02|269586|T|2.5
EVN|A02|201601071100|||test-user|201601071100
PID|1||398^^^^FI~000288^^^^HC~000288^^^^PN||Morgan^Debra||19650925|F||||||||||000288
PV1|1|I|WEST^215^1^^^N^5^1|||^^^^^N||||||||||||1||||||||||||||||||||||||||201601021400|
ZEV|2003|201601071100|test-user

PointClickCare and pcc-adt support the following event types:

  • A01 - Admit Resident Notification
  • A02 - Transfer a Resident
  • A03 - Discharge/End Visit
  • A06 - Change an Outpatient to an Inpatient
  • A07 - Change an Inpatient to an Outpatient
  • A08 - Update Resident Information
  • A11 - Cancel Admit Notification
  • A12 - Cancel Transfer
  • A13 - Cancel Discharge
  • A21 - Resident Leave of Absence
  • A22 - Resident Return from Leave of Absence
  • A52 - Cancel Resident Leave of Absence
  • A53 - Cancel Resident Return from Leave of Absence
  • P08 - Update Resident Account

Tests

To run the test suite, first install the dependencies, then run npm test:

$ npm install
$ npm test

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