Join us for the HUG Access SIG Meeting 6:30 pm, October 16, 2019, at JCCC, Regnier Center - 3rd Floor, RC 353.
Please note:  Rooms may change at the last minute if it is needed for classes.  Please see schedule boards or call 913-963-6693 if you have any trouble finding the group.

Presentation:  Title: Status of Database-Update from Previous Presentation
Presenter:    Leo Schlife
Description:  I will review the current status of my department database that captures the quality control review of Medicaid cases that were approved or denied by the State.
I will cover the basic functionality of the database that my department uses to control, document, and report our projects  I will probably start with a review of the excel document where I import cases and follow our process all the way through to completion and reporting.  I will discuss the design structure of the front ends used, and 2 backends.  I will demonstrate the database by following the review process and the tools used to assist the auditors and supervisor.

Bio:  I have worked for the State of Kansas for about 10 years.  I started as an eligibility worker and then moved to QC doing CMS mandated reviews of Medicaid cases.  I was assigned the database work when our department lost it’s Administrative Assistant.  My duties now include both completing quality audits and database design and maintenance  Previous to working at the State of Kansas, I worked at sales and technical services for companies that eventually ended up being own by Fujifilm.

Q&A Session:  Bring your Access questions for the group to answer, explore or brainstorm ideas.

Upcoming Meetings:
11-20-19  – RC 353
12-18-19  – RC 353
01-15-20  – RC 353
02-19-20  – RC 353

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