1. Alkaline Phosphatase, a laboratory value used in the LFT order set, and frequently used to look at the health of the gallbladder. “The patients AP is elevated and in the setting of the patients RUQ pain, the patient likely has cholecystitis”.
2. Assessment and Plan, the part of the documentation where the care provider gives a summary of the data and description of what the possible diagnosis and relevant problems may be for the patient. “A/P: This is a 52 y.o. M with no sig PMH who presents with cough. Likely 2/2 bacterial PNA and thus we will treat with amoxicillin.