That means addressing site load times, giving you access to view your data, as well constantly adjusting our outputs to satisfy the request from states.
Reporting- CaseVue now provides users with access to reports to view what is happening on the account. The higher your permission is set, the more information you can analyze.
Fine Tuned Tax Screen- You now have the ability to make those little tweaks to a patient's tax situation and improve your capacity to make an accurate decision.
IMPORTANT! The state of Mississippi DOM requires that the date that is printed on the HPE Application form be the date that the decision was made. That means that the date you choose to approve or deny the patient is the date that is printed on the form. We understand that this is a concern of many, but it is imperative that you make a determination ASAP in or to cover the patient.
To that end, we have opened the user roles to allow all CERTIFIED users to make a case decision. (NOTE: some states require training and/or a test to become certified. Contact your state Medicaid office or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help get to the bottom of any question you may have. )
AutoComplete had been disabled to not display old cases in your dropdown as an effort to increase patient data protection even further.
Server Upgraded- we have made several substantial changes to the way we deliver CaseVue to your browser. That means increased site speed across the board, access to even more security features, and the ability to analyze site errors(including downtime) often before you have time to report it to us.
Fixed the occurrence of an unborn child not counting correctly.
Fixed a very particular instance in which MS parent/caretaker category was being too tough to qualify.
Income rounding in MS follows the DOM request for rounding to the hundredths not thousandths (for example, it was 4.333, now it is 4.33). All states now follow their states recommended rounding rate.
Text changes to the My Cases page, the scoring screen, and several emails.
As always if you ever need help or have a question, we are here for you! Send us an email to email@example.com
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Over the summer we here at AutoGov decided to give our company site and our collective assets a complete update. Over the years our site has been a collection of graphics and styles to fit our needs, and as we move forward, I wanted to bring it all under one banner. After reading the Google's Visual Asset Guidelines (Part 1, Part 2), we became motivated to look for our new style.
There are many new ways of making quick and functioning sites. We decided to go with a design based from Twitter's Bootstap. This scaffolding allows for a rapid deployment for apps and sites. We knew we wanted something clean and easy on the eye, we just needed a font that brought it
We also decided to go with a uniformed font , Open Sans, for the website, presentations, and documents. We hope to use this font as much as possible, minus one exception, the logo. For our AutoGov logo we chose to go with Corbel.
One of the many things that needed to be updated was the color scheme that was being used for all of the assets that we would make available to our clients and the website. By following these guidelines we are able to easily pick the appropriate color for each instance.
The colors were all chosen from a concept called Flat design. By limiting colors to a few simple choices, then using shades of that color, it appears to give the simple object depth. Microsoft is using a version of this in its Metro theme used in designing Windows 8.
Picking a color scheme was an important part updating the logo. We have been using about three different shades of blue for our logo and and an unknown amount of fonts to write out our name in the logo. So we took the our logo and made it all one color (#2980b9) and changed the font to Corbel.
The visual comparison of our logos, is an easy way to see some of the changes that were made. By tightening up or look and sticking to a few simple principles, we were able to completely update all visual assets that belong to AutoGov. Be sure to let us know what you think. Comment in the section below...
With all of this new things we wanted to share a few of our company backgrounds, font, and random other things collected while building the site.
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Do you work at a Nursing Home or Hospital? Have you or your company ever struggled with an admission decision? Does gathering all the information needed to make the correct decision often drag on for day, weeks or even months?
Speed is the name of the game, and CaseVue is all about speed. Our philosophy is that every provider should have as much information, as fast as possible. Access to fast information leads to better decisions that lead to a reduction of "write offs."
We are proud that CaseVue serves our clients with in excess of 99.5% of Uptime and we average a server response rate of 318 ms (0.318 Seconds) across the US. We would love to talk to you! Feel free to contact us if you would like a demo.
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