MISC – AU Non-Financial Miscellaneous 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.
    • This field is mandatory for medical coverage groups which allow retro-active medical.
    •  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 Cmplt: Enter the code to indicate if the returned report was complete.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
  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.
  18. ABD Area: There are no longer 2 separate ABD areas effective 1/2009. Entry in this field no longer required.
    • 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.

 

MISC screen