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Code system of concepts that identify the calculation method used to determine the resupply schedule. Used in HL7 Version 2.x messaging in the IVT segment.

Underlying Master Code System for V2 table 0642 (Reorder Theory Codes)

This Code system is referenced in the content logical definition of the following value sets:

This case-sensitive code system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0642 defines the following codes in a Is-A heirarchy:

Code

Display

Definition

V2 Concept Comment

V2 Concept Comment As Published

D

DOP/DOQ

DOP/DOQ

Corresponds to the theory that calculates the appropriate order point and recommends the quantity to order based on system parameters and historical trends. DOP stands for Dynamic Order Point, and DOQ stands for Dynamic Order Quantity.

Corresponds to the theory that calculates the appropriate order point and recommends the quantity to order based on system parameters and historical trends. DOP stands for Dynamic Order Point, and DOQ stands for Dynamic Order Quantity.

M

MIN/MAX

MIN/MAX

Corresponds to theory - the quantity recommended is the Order Quantity, less the On Hand Quantity, and less the On Order Quantity. The Order Amount is the desired Maximum On Hand Quantity.

Corresponds to theory - the quantity recommended is the Order Quantity, less the On Hand Quantity, and less the On Order Quantity. The Order Amount is the desired Maximum On Hand Quantity.

O

Override

Override

The quantity recommended is the Order Quantity, less the On Order Quantity. The Order Amount is the amount to order when the On Hand reaches the Order Point.

The quantity recommended is the Order Quantity, less the On Order Quantity. The Order Amount is the amount to order when the On Hand reaches the Order Point.