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Breast and/or Cervical Cancer Treatment Program – BCCTP


Revised January 7, 2013



Purpose:

Who is eligible to receive S30 Medical?

How long is the S30 certification?

How is eligibility determined for S30?

How is S30 opened?

How do I screen S30 medical?

How do I process a pending S30 AU?



Who is eligible to receive S30 medical?

How long is the S30 certification period?

  • S30 medical is certified for 12 months and is not subject to reporting requirements.

  • S30 may be manually terminated prior to the end of the certification period using Reason Code 530 - Termination – Cancer Treatment Ends Prior to Cert Period if the client completes treatment before the certification period ends.

  • Approximately 45 – 50 days prior to the end of the certification, ACES generates Alert 100 BREAST/CERV CANCER E/R DUE, CALL DOH.  When this alert is received, the worker needs to contact the Department of Health (DOH) in order to determine continued eligibility.

    • LTR 022-09 (Re-determination for Medical - BCCTP) can be sent to the client if necessary. An Eligibility Review form DSHS 14-78 is included with this letter when centrally printed.

How is eligibility determined for S30?

  • The DOH completes the S30 eligibility determination and screening for breast and/or cervical cancer under CDC Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCED).

How is S30 opened?

  • The Medical Eligibility Determination Services unit (MEDS) CSO 076 administers the S30 program and open cases based on medical information received from the DOH.

  • An active S30 cannot be transferred out of CSO 076.

  • Financial eligibility tests is not be performed on S30.

  • S30 has retroactive medical coverage up to three months prior to the date of application.

How do I screen S30 medical?

To screen an S30, take the following steps:

  1. From the Welcome Back page in aces.online, click the Screen New Application link at the top of the page. The Applicant page displays in a new window.

  2. On the Applicant page, enter the applicant’s (head of household) Name, Residential and Mailing Addresses.

  3. Click the AREP/Payee checkbox if the hospital needs to be entered as an authorized representative.

  4. To add the hospital as an authorized representative, see Screening – aces.online - Authorized Representatives.

  5. Continue with the screening process until you reach the Programs page.

  6. On the Programs page:

    • Click the checkbox next to Breast/Cervical Cancer; or

  7. On the Finalize page, click the Specify Program button.

  8. On the Finalize – Program Details page:

    • From the Program drop-down list, select Medical Assistance (MA).

    • From the Medical Coverage Group drop-down list, select Breast/Cervical Program (S30).

  9. Complete the screening process. See Screening a Client.

How do I process a pending S30 AU?

To process a pending S30 AU take the following steps:

  1. From the AMEN, access the pending AU via Option O – Interview.

  2. On the STAT screen, enter complete the Finl Resp field as follows:

    • [PN] – for applicant

    • [NM] – for all other household members.

  3. Complete the interview following instructions in the Interview chapter.

  4. From AMEN, access the AU via Option P – Process Application Months.

  5. Complete processing following steps in the Process Application Month chapter.

  6. From AMEN, access the AU via Option Q – Finalize Application.

Modification Date: January 7, 2013