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SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS M thru Q


Revised June 23, 2014



MANC – Managed Care Screen

 

MEDX – Medical Expense Deduction Screen

 

MISC – AU Non-Financial Miscellaneous Screen

 

NCPL – Non-Custodial Parent List Screen

 

NCPS – Non-Custodial Parent Screen

 

NMCL – Name Clearance

 

NSA – Necessary Supplemental Accommodations Screens

 

PEND – Application Pending Intake Screen

 


MANC – MANAGED CARE SCREEN

What is the MANC screen?

 

How is the MANC screen completed?

 


 

What is the MANC Screen?

 

·         The MANC screen is an inquiry only client level screen which automatically displays the client’s managed care information. 

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

How is the MANC screen completed?

 

·         The MANC screen is updated by information ACES receives from the ProviderOne interface. 

 


MEDX – MEDICAL EXPENSE DEDUCTION SCREEN

What is the MEDX Screen?

 

How are one-time non-recurring medical expenses calculated?

 

How do I enter a one-time non-recurring medical expense?

 

How are averaged one-time non-recurring medical expenses calculated?

 

How do I enter a one-time medical expense to be averaged?

 

How do I code changes reported during a certification period?

 

How are existing averaged one-time non-recurring medical expenses deleted?

 

What function keys are available on the MEDX Screen?

 


 

What is the MEDX Screen?

 

·         The MEDX screen is used to enter medical expenses that can be used as income deductions for the following programs:

 

o    Basic Food. See EAZ Manual – WAC 388-450-0200 Will the medical expenses of elderly persons or individuals with disabilities in my assistance unit be uses as an income deduction for Basic Food?.

 

o    MN Medicaid medical coverage groups F99, G95, G99, P99, S95 and S99.  See WAC 182-519-0100 Eligibility for the medically needy program.

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

How are one-time non-recurring medical expenses calculated?

 

·         The system subtracts any amount the user indicates as paid by a third party to be budgeted for the month in which it is entered.

 

·         The monthly remaining amount of this expense is added to any one-time averaged and/or recurring expenses entered to determine the total medical expenses for the month.

 

·         The system calculates the excess medical expense deduction by subtracting $35.00 from the total medical expenses for the month.

 

How do I enter a one-time non-recurring medical expense?

 

·         To enter a one-time non-recurring medical expense, take the following steps:

 

1.    From the AMEN screen, select Option R – Interim/Hist Change in the month the expense is to be allowed as a deduction.

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

o    Typ: Enter the appropriate non-recurring medical expense type code.

 

o    End Date: Enter an end date of the month the one-time expense is to be allowed.

 

o    Amt: Enter the amount of the one-time medical expense.

 

o    V: Enter the appropriate valid value code.

 

o    TPL Amt: Enter the amount of the medical expense paid by a third party.

 

o    Provider Name: Enter the provider name.

 

How are averaged one-time non-recurring medical expenses calculated?

 

·         For all averaged one-time medical expenses, the system subtracts any amount the user indicates is paid by a third party.

 

·         The averaged expense amount is calculated by the system and is determined by dividing the total amount by the number of months between the begin date and end date on the MEDX screen.

 

·         The monthly amount of this average is added to any one-time expenses the client chooses not to average and to any recurring medical expenses entered to determine the total medical expenses for the month.

 

·         The system calculates the excess medical expense deduction by subtracting $35.00 from the total medical expenses for the month.

 

How do I enter a one-time medical expense to be averaged?

 

At application:

 

·         To enter a one-time non-recurring medical expense to be averaged at application, take the following steps:

 

1.    From the AMEN screen, select Option O – Interview.

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

o    Typ: Enter the appropriate non-recurring medical expense type code.

 

o    AVG Exp: Enter [Y] – Yes.

 

o    End Date: Enter an end date. The Begin Date field will be system generated with the date of application.

 

o    Amt: Enter the amount of the one-time medical expense.

 

o    V: Enter the appropriate valid value code.

 

o    Provider Name: Enter the provider name.


NOTE:

If the client is pending or active on any other AU, and the medical expense information needs to be allowed as a deduction in months other than the ongoing benefit month, the user will need to enter the information in each month individually in Option P – Processing. See COPY BACK and Process Application Month.


At recertification:

 

·         To enter a one-time medical expense to be averaged at recertification, take the following steps:

 

1.    From the AMEN screen, select Option R – Interim/Hist Change in the ongoing month.

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

o    Typ: Enter the appropriate non-recurring medical expense type code.

 

o    End Date: Enter an end date. The Begin Date field will be system generated with the ongoing benefit month date.

 

o    Amt field: Enter the amount of the one-time medical expense.

 

o    V: Enter the appropriate valid value code.

 

o    TPL Amt: Enter the amount of the medical expense paid by a third party.

 

o    Provider Name: Enter the provider name.

 

How do I code changes reported during a certification period?

 

·         Households reporting one-time only medical expenses during their certification period may elect to have a one-time deduction or to have the expense averaged over the remaining months of their certification period. Averaging would begin the month the change would become effective. See EAZ Manual – WAC 388-450-0200 Will the medical expenses of elderly persons or individuals with disabilities in my assistance unit be used as an income deduction for Basic Food?

 

·         If the one-time medical expense is to be entered as a one-time deduction, follow the procedures in How do I enter a one-time non-recurring medical expense?

 

·         If a one-time non-recurring medical expense is to be averaged in a current or historical month during the certification period, a manual process must be followed. The system will allow entry of a non-recurring averaged medical expense only in the ongoing month during the certification period. The user will need to do a manual computation to determine the amount to be coded as a non-recurring one-time medical expense and enter it in the appropriate month(s).


EXAMPLE

Client turns in a change with verification of non-recurring expense in April 2005 of $2000 and requests that it be budgeted over the remaining 10 months of her certification. In May 2005, the user works the case to add the non-recurring averaged expense. As the change was to take affect in May the user will need to manually compute and determine the amount to be averaged per month of $200 and code that amount in benefit month May as a non-recurring one-time expense. Then the user will need to code the remainder of the expense of $1800 as a non-recurring averaged expense in the ongoing benefit month (June 2005) with an end date equal to the end of the certification. The system will auto populate the begin date as the first of the ongoing benefit month.


How are existing averaged one-time non-recurring medical expenses deleted?

 

·         To delete an existing averaged one-time non-recurring medical expense, enter a [Y] – Yes in the Del field and confirm the delete by pressing <F24>.

 

·         When processing historical months and deleting an averaged one-time non-recurring expense, the system will not automatically delete the related averaged expense information from other months.

 

·         When it is determined that an averaged expense needs to be deleted from a historical month, the user will need to make the change and redetermine eligibility for each appropriate month up to the ongoing month.

 

What function keys are available on the MEDX screen?

 

MEDX  Function Keys

When the user presses

This happens

<F24>- del

Enter [Y] in the DEL field and press <F24> to delete an expense that needs to be removed.

 


MISC – AU NON- FINANCIAL MISCELLANEOUS SCREEN



What is the MISC screen?  

 

How is Basic Health Plus (BHP+) information updated on the MISC screen?

 

How do I update Take Charge information on the MISC screen?

 

How do I complete the fields on the MISC screen?

 

What function keys are available on the MISC screen?

 


 

What is the MISC screen? 

 

·         The MISC screen is an assistance unit level screen used to record and display various information that affects non-financial eligibility determination for the AU.

 

·         The MISC screen must be reviewed in order to complete the interview process regardless of the program for which the client is applying.

 

·         Most of the fields on the MISC screen display data or must be completed based on other information entered into ACES.

 

·         Appointments can be scheduled from the MISC screen.

 

·         Information about the next regularly scheduled appointment displays on the  MISC screen.

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

How is Basic Health Plus (BHP+) information updated on the MISC screen?

 

·         The BHP Plus fields display only on medical AUs. 

 

·         Only BHP+ workers can update the BHP+ information.

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

·         Take the following steps to update BHP+ information:

 

1.    BHP Plus: Enter the code to indicate if this AU is BHP Plus. 

 

2.    User: Enter the BHP worker ID.  

 

3.    Call DONE and commit the data. 

 

How do I update Take Charge information on the MISC screen?

 

·         The Take Charge information only displays on Take Charge (P06) AUs. 

 

·         Only Take Charge workers can update the Take Charge information.

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

·         Take the following steps to enter Take Charge information:

 

1.    HH Income Amt: Enter household’s income amount. 

 

2.    HH Size: Enter the number of people in the Take Charge household. 

 

3.    Confidentiality: Enter the code to indicate if the Take Charge AU has requested confidentiality. 

 

4.    Clinic ID and Clinic Name: These fields are no longer used and are not updateable.       

 

How do I complete the fields on the MISC screen?

 

·         The MISC screen is used to enter miscellaneous information related to the AU's eligibility. 

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

·         Take the following steps to complete the fields on the MISC screen:

 

1.    EPSDT Info: Enter the code to indicate if EPSDT information was given to the AU.                                         

 

2.    Retro Med: Enter the code to indicate if the AU wants retro-active Medical.

 

o    This field is mandatory for medical coverage groups which allow retro-active medical. 

 

o    If the client requests retro-active medical, workers need to initiate that process from AMEN Option W – Retro Medicaid copy. See Medical – Retroactive Medical.                 

 

3.    Date Report Recd: Enter the date the 6-month report/Medical Extension Report/Quarterly Report was received. 

 

4.    Report Complt: Enter the code to indicate if the returned report was complete. 

 

o    This field is pre-populated with [S] – Report Sent Not Returned when the system auto-generates the report. 

 

5.    Report Gd Cause: Enter the code to indicate if there was good cause for a late report.  

 

6.    Calc Elig Ind: Enter [Y] – Yes if you want to run eligibility on the AU. 

 

o    This function can only be used on active and suspended AUs.        

 

7.    Trial Elig HH Increm:  Enter the number of new household members when determining the amount of benefits the AU would receive if the AU’s household size changed. 

 

o    This function can only be used when the worker has accessed the AU in Option F – Trial Eligibility.

 

8.    Expdtd Srv: Enter the code to change the expedited FS status set at screening.   

 

9.    Discovery Date: The date the AU was determined to meet eligibility for expedited services.

 

10. Elig Review Complete: Enter [Y] – Yes when an Eligibility Review has been completed. 

 

11. Auto Reassign Override: Enter [Y] – Yes to prevent the system from reassigning the AU.  

 

o    Entering [Y] – Yes here means the case will not be reassigned when Reassign Caseload From FW to FW, Reassign FW Caseload, or Reassign Mass CSO caseload assignments are done.

 

o    If there is a [Y] – Yes in this field, the system looks at the current user ID on the STAT screen and AU stays with that user.  Any case with [Y] – Yes in the Auto Reassign Override field will have to be transferred manually if the user of record has changed.  See Parameters. 

 

o    The two circumstances where the [Y] – Yes in this field will be ignored are: 

 

¨        When transferring an AU to a specific financial worker (AU to FW) done at aces.online (the new financial worker is picked up) or

 

¨        When transferring an AU to a new CSO.

 

12. SLAM Ind: Enter the code to indicate if you suspect the food assistance household is living above means.   

 

13. Elig Rvw Rcvd: Enter the code to indicate if the Eligibility Review (ER) has been received. 

 

o    This field is system populated with [Y] – Yes when DMS records receipt of ER.

 

14. Review Send AFB: Leave blank as there is no functionality associated with this field.

 

o    See Eligibility Review / Recertification.

 

15. Delay Reason Code: Enter the code to document the reason for delay in finalizing the AU's application. 

 

16. SOP Extension Date: Enter a date to extend tracking of the standard of promptness (SOP) beyond normal SOP timeframes.    

 

17. Application Override Date: Enter the date of application which may be different from the date that was entered when the AU was screened in. 

 

o    This field is used for the Medical Psychiatric Indigent Inpatient Program (PII). The date of application entered in this field should be the same as the applicant’s admittance date to the psychiatric inpatient facility.

   

o    See Psychiatric Indigent Inpatient Program (PII) for more information regarding this field.    

 

18. ABD Area: There are no longer 2 separate ABD areas effective 1/2009. Entry in this field no longer required.            

 

o    To complete the Sched Interview section of the MISC screen, see Scheduling.

 

What function keys are available on the MISC screen?

 

MISC Function Keys

When the user presses

This happens

<F14> - schd

ACES displays the Unit Schedule Summary which shows a summary level of a unit's schedule, by each worker's ID number and the appointment type code beside the time slot in which the appointment appears. 

<F19> - jmen

ACES displays the Benefit History Submenu where users can inquiry on benefit issuances.

 


NCPL – NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT LIST SCREEN

What is the NCPL screen?

 

How do I view the NCPL screen?

 


 

What is the NCPL screen?

 

·         The NCPL screen is a list of all Non-Custodial Parents (NCPs)  previously associated with a child if the child has ever received TANF or TANF related medical. 

 

·         The NCPL screen can be accessed only when adding an NCP on the NCPS screen.  

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

How do I view the NCPL screen?

 

·         To view the NCPL screen:

 

1.    When adding a NCPs on the NCPS screen, press <F22> to view the list of all previously known NCPs.  

 

o    If no NCP information is known to ACES for a child, Edit 2109 - NO NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTS EXIST TO DISPLAY will be received. 

 

2.    Enter [Y] – Yes in the Sel field next to the NCP. 

 

3.    <TRANSMIT> to copy the NCP data and return to the NCPS screen.

 


NCPS – NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT SCREEN

What is the NCPS screen?

 

How do I complete the NCPS for an unknown NCP?

 

How do I complete the NCPS for a known NCP?

 

How do I delete an NCPS screen?

 

What function keys are available on the NCPS screen?

 


 

What is the NCPS screen?

 

·         The NCPS screen is an AU level screen that is required to be completed on TANF (F01) and Family Medical (F04) cases. This means it is tied to each STAT screen when there is a TANF AU and a related F04 AU. 


EXAMPLE

If the STAT "A" screen is TANF, the related NCPS screen would be "NCPS A".

If the STAT "B" screen is a related F04, the related NCPS screen would be "NCPS B".


·         The NCPS screen contains up to 21 questions about the non-custodial parent (NCP). The number of questions depends on the case circumstances and how much information the client provides about the non-custodial parent.  See EAZ Manual – Child Support.

 

·         The NCPS screen is required for each child that has a number greater than [0] on the DEM1 screen in the NCPs for Child field.

 

·         Mandatory fields on the NCPS screen vary according to the amount of information the client knows about the NCP.

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

How do I complete the NCPS for an unknown NCP?

 

·         Take the following steps to complete the mandatory fields on the NCPS screen for an unknown NCP: 


NOTE:

The number of non-custodial parents for each child is directly linked to the number entered on the child’s DEM1 screen. If this information does not match, Edit 2107 DEM1 FIELD 'NCPS FOR CHILD' MUST MATCH CLIENT'S NUMBER OF RELATED NCPS is received on the ERRO screen.


·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

1.    NCP Unknown Because: Enter the code to indicate the reason the NCP is unknown. 

 

o    When this field is coded [M] – Mail-In Application, No Interview, Attachment 18-628 (Providing Medical Coverage for Children) (translated) generates. 

 

2.    Rel NCP: Enter the code to identify the NCP’s financial responsibility to the child. 

 

3.    IV-D Coop: Enter the code to indicate if the client is cooperating with Division of Child Support (DCS).   

 

How do I complete NCPS for a known NCP? 


NOTE:

The number of non-custodial parents for each child is directly linked to the number entered on the child’s DEM1 screen. If this information does not match, Edit 2107 DEM1 FIELD 'NCPS FOR CHILD' MUST MATCH CLIENT'S NUMBER OF RELATED NCPS is received on the ERRO screen.


·         Take the following steps to complete the NCPS for a known Non-Custodial Parent (NCP).

 

·         Please refer to the <F1> Help for the appropriate valid values to complete each of the following fields:

 

1.    NCP Name: Enter the NCP’s name.  

 

2.    Deceased and Death Date: Enter the code to indicate if the NCP is deceased and the date of death. 

 

3.    DOB and Sex: Enter the NCP’s date of birth and sex. 

 

4.    SSN: Enter the NCP’s Social Security Number, if known.  

 

5.    Last Address: Enter the NCP’s last known address. 

 

6.    Phone: Enter the NCP’s last known phone number.  

 

7.    Last Employer Name and Employer Address: Enter the NCP’s last known employer and address. 

 

8.    Court Order: Enter the code to indicate what type of court order exists regarding the NCP.      

 

9.    Court City, Court County, Court ST: Enter the city, county and state the court order was issued in.

 

10. Court Date: Enter the date the court order was issued.  

 

11. Child’s parents Married: Enter the code to indicate if the child’s parents were married.  

 

o    This field is mandatory unless the NCP Unknown Because field is completed.

 

12. Marriage Date: Enter the date the NCP and custodial parent were married.  

 

13. Nav Am Tribe: Enter the code to indicate if there is tribal affiliation. 

 

14. Rel NCP: Enter the code to indicate the NCP’s financial responsibility to the child. 

 

15. Caretaker Id: If the caretaker ID is not a member of the current assistance unit, workers will receive Edit 1698 CARETAKER CLIENT ID IS NOT MEMBER OF THIS AU.  If the caretaker is someone other than the head-of-household, change the CLID.

 

16. IV-D Coop: Enter the code to indicate if the client is cooperating with DCS. 

 

17. Good Cause Ind: Enter the code to indicate if the client is claiming good cause for not cooperating with DCS.  

 

18. Reason:  Enter the code to indicate the reason for good cause for not cooperating with DCS. 

 

19. Status:  Enter the code to indicate the status of the good cause claim.

 

20. Date:  Enter the start date of the good cause claim.

 

21. More NCPs:  Enter the code to add more than one NCP.  

 

22. Repeat the above steps on each NCPS screen for each NCP.

 

How do I delete an NCPS screen?

 

1.    Enter a [Y] – Yes in the DEL field and press <F24>.

 

What function keys are available on the NCPS screen?

 

NCPS Function Keys

When the User Presses

This happens

<F22> - NCP List

The NCPL  screen displays.

 


NMCL – NAME CLEARANCE

What is the NMCL screen?

 

When are the fields on the NMCL screen updated?

 

How does ACES match a client on the NMCL screen?

 

How do I match a client on the NMCL screen?

 

What function keys are available on the NMCL screen?

 


 

What is the NMCL screen?

 

·         Each time a client is entered into ACES, client demographics are compared to information on the client database to determine if that person has a CLID number in ACES.

 

·         Each client retains the same CLID for his/her lifetime in the system, no matter how many times the person becomes a DSHS client. 

 

·         The NMCL screen is used to ensure each client is assigned a unique CLID.

 

o    The purpose is to prevent duplicate assistance by searching the database to see if the client is currently active in another assistance unit.                            

 

·         For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

When are the fields on the NMCL screen updated?

 

·         The fields on the NMCL screen are updated when:

 

o    A person without a CLID is added to the system. 

 

o    A change to name, DOB or Social Security number is made to an existing CLID

 

How does ACES match a client on the NMCL screen?

 

·         ACES checks the name (spelling and phonetic), birthdate (allowing for a variance of 3 years), race, sex, and Social Security number when available.  All known clients who meet one or more match criteria display in the order of completeness of the matched data.

      

·         If the number in the Possible Matches field exceeds the number of names listed on the screen, enter [Y] – Yes next to the [Next Name Search] field to go to the next screen.                                                 

                                                                         

·         The Type of Match field tells you how the system matched this client to the other clients in the database, either by social security number, primary name, or CLID.

                                                                          

·         An [*] in the ERR field indicates the SSN in the previous field has been determined to be erroneous.                               

 

How do I match a client on the NMCL screen?

 

·         To match the client’s new data to existing information:

 

1.    Enter [Y] – Yes in the Sel field for the requested client. 

 

2.    Press <F20> to confirm the match.  

 

What function keys are available on the NMCL screen?

 

NMCL Function Keys

When the User Presses

This happens

<F13> - Detl

Either the ADDR or DEM1 screen displays in inquiry mode. 

<F19> - Prev

The previous Type of Match NMCL screen displays. 

<F20> - Match

The system matches the client data.


NSA – NECESSARY SUPPLEMENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS SCREENS

What were the NSA screens?

 


 

What were the NSA screens?

 

·         The Necessary Supplemental Accommodations (NSA) screens were used to record specific information about a client’s individual needs for special accommodation.  There was no automated functioning tied to these screens.

 

·         NSA is now referred to as Equal Access. See EQU1EQU2EQU3EQU4 for Equal Access.

 

·         The four NSA screens were:

 

o    NSA1 - used to document the explanation of NSA Core services to the client.

 

o    NSA2 - used to indicate the impairment the client needed supplemental accommodations for.

 

o    NSA3 - used to document the supplemental accommodation plan for each of the client's identified impairments.

 

o    NSA4 - used to continue the documentation of the supplemental accommodation plan that was initiated on NSA3. 

 

·         Historical NSA information can be viewed only at aces.online.  

 


PEND – APPLICATION PENDING INTAKE SCREEN

What is the PEND screen?

 

What information displays on the PEND screen?

 

How do I initiate an intake interview for pending AUs?

 

What if I do not want to initiate the intake for any AU on PEND?

 

What happens to a pending AU if I do not initiate the intake?

 


 

What is the PEND Screen?

 

·         The PEND screen allows users to indicate when they wish to initiate the intake interview process for pending AUs.

 

·         The PEND screen appears first in the screen-flow in the ongoing month for AMEN options O - Interview, P - Process Application Months and R - Interim/Historical Change when a pending AU exists for which intake has not been initiated.

 

·         The PEND screen will not display either in historical months or in an ongoing month where there are no pending AUs needing the intake initiated. But the PEND screen can be called up by the user and will display any AUs pending for that benefit month with their intake begin dates.

 

·         No client or AU pointer is needed to call up the PEND screen.

 

o    Data on the PEND screen is protected in historical months.

 

o    For more information about this screen, see <F2> Help.

 

What information displays on the PEND screen?

 

·         The PEND screen displays HOH Name, AUID, Program, Program type, application date and SOP default date.

 

·         Fields indicating medical coverage group, expedited services indicator, SOP extension date and delay reason code are populated when applicable.

 

·         The intake begin date for any related pending AUs for which the interview HAS been initiated also displays on this screen (this field shows 00/00/00 when the intake has not been initiated).

 

·         AUs that sprout from other denied AUs (such as an F04 from a denied TANF AU) will display on the PEND screen.

 

o    The application date will be the same as the application date on the STAT screen for the original AU.

 

o    If an active AU trickles or sprouts to a pending AU (such as F06 trickling to a pending F07), the AU will appear on the PEND screen with an application date equal to the first of the ongoing month.

 

·         The PEND screen can be viewed using the as-of date inquiry function.

 

How do I initiate an intake interview for pending AUs?

 

·         See How do I initiate an Intake Interview?.

 

·         ACES will not auto-deny any AU once the intake has been successfully initiated.

 

What if I do not want to initiate the intake for any AU on PEND?

 

·         Use your <TRANSMIT> or <F4> key to bypass the PEND screen without selecting any AUs for intake.

 

·         When intake has been initiated for an AU, users can still cancel out of the case before committing the data using the <F3> key, which will “un-initiate” the intake.

 

·         Data entered on a case or updates made to related AUs do not result in a pending AU being removed from the SOP auto-denial process when the intake has NOT been initiated on the pending AU. See Standards of Promptness and Deny an Assistance Unit/Client.

 

What happens to a pending AU if I do not initiate the intake?

 

·         When an intake interview has not been initiated on a pending cash or Basic Food AU, ACES will AUTO deny the AU based on the SOP date or SOP extension date, whichever is greater.

 

o    When this date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the denial occurs on the following business day.

 

o    The denial will occur regardless of actions taken on any related AU.

 

o    ACES does not auto-deny medical AUs.

 

·         Edit 2140 – AU NEEDS TO BE SELECTED ON PEND SCREEN FIRST displays on the APP2 screen if you attempt to Finalize an AU without initiating the intake on the AU.

 

o    To resolve the edit, the user can return to the PEND screen, select the AU for intake, call DONE and commit the data, then return to Finalize. Data entered prior to initiating the intake will not be lost.

 

Modification Date: June 23, 2014