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HL7-segmenter

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Changelog

Changelog last updated 2012-02-22

MSH - Message Header Segment

Name                        
Segment
Field
Fixed value
Description
Field Separator MSH
1
|
This field contains the separator between the segment ID and the first real field. As such it serves as the separator and defines the character to be used as a separator for the rest of the message. Recommended value is |, (ASCII 124).
Encoding characters
MSH 2 ^~\& This field contains the four characters in the following order: the component separator, repetition separator, escape character, and subcomponent separator. Recommended values are ^~\&
Sending application
MSH
3   This field uniquely identifies the sending application among all other applications within the network enterprise.
Sending Facility MSG
4
  This field contains the address of one of several occurrences of the same application within the sending system
Receiving application
MSH
5
  This field uniquely identifies the receiving application among all other applications within the network enterprise. 
Receiving Facility MSH
6
  This field identifies the receiving application among multiple identical instances of the application running on behalf of different organizations
Date/time of message
MSH
7
  This field contains the date/time that the sending system created the message.
Event
MSH
9
  This field contains the message type and trigger event for the message
Message Control ID MSH
10
  This field contains a number or other identifier that uniquely identifies the message. The receiving system echoes this ID back to the sending system in the Message acknowledgment segment (MSA).
Processing ID MSH
11
  This field is used to decide whether the message is part of a production (P), training (T), or debugging system (D)
Version ID MSH
12
2.3.1
This field is matched by the receiving system to its own version to be sure the message will be interpreted correctly.
Character Set MSH
18
  This field contains the character set for the entire message

Examples

MSH|^~\&|CPR_Component|RSD_Odense|RIS_Carestream|SLB_Carestream|20110317153517||ADT^A28|0000068597|P|2.3.1||||||8859/1

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