Pancreatic elastase-1 is a digestive enzyme made by the pancreas and released into the small intestine, where it digests certain proteins. The enzyme travels through the small and large intestine and leaves the body in the feces. The level of the enzyme in the feces is tested to assess the health of the pancreas.
Your doctor is the best person to interpret the results of your lab test. (I'm assuming that the doctor has a copy of the lab results. It's important that they do because they have to assess the results.) The doctor will likely want to see the precise numbers on the lab result sheet as well as any other important information.
My doctor contacts patients if lab test results are abnormal, and doesn't if they are normal. I don’t know how your doctor handles the results. If you don’t know the physician’s routine and they don’t contact you, you should get in touch with them to ask about the results.