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Mas Eligibility Code (8.1)

The MAS ELIGIBILITY CODE file consists of those codes which have been established by VACO MAS. Currently there are 18 eligibility codes in use by the Dept of Veterans Affairs. Addition to this file of local codes or modification of those codes distributed by the MAS package developers could have a negative impact on the performance of the MAS module as well as other modules. If local codes are desired,the site can enter them in the ELIGIBILITY CODE file (#8). Each code entered in the ELIGIBILITY CODE file must point to an entry in MAS ELIGIBILITY CODE file via the MAS ELIGIBILITY CODE field.

Global: ^DIC(8.1,

Domain: Patients

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Name
  name
.01 This is the official name of the MAS eligibility code. STRING INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
Card Color
  card_color
1 This field indicates the color of the patient”s card for the
MAS eligibility.
ENUMERATION REQUIRED PURPLE: P
BLUE: B
RED: R
Abbreviation
  abbreviation
2 This field may contain an abbreviation for the eligibility
name. It may be used in place of the name in selected
prints.
STRING    
VA Code Number
  va_code_number
3 This field contains the VA CODE NUMBER that has been assigned
to this eligibility.
NUMERIC INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
Type
  type-4
4 This field indicates the type of patient that can be assigned
this eligibility. The patient is either a “veteran” or a
“non-veteran” type.
ENUMERATION REQUIRED NON-VETERAN: N
VETERAN: Y
Print Name
  print_name
5 This field contains a shorten eligibility name that is used for
output that has limited space to print.
STRING REQUIRED  
Inactive
  inactive
6 If the eligibility is inactive then this field will be set to
“YES”.
BOOLEAN   true: 1
Select As Additional
  select_as_additional
7 This field indicates whether patients may be assigned this eligibility
as an “additional” eligibility.

If the field is set to “NO” or is not filled in,then the eligibility can
only be assigned as a primary eligibility.

If set to “YES”,then the eligibility can be used as both a
primary and an “additional” eligibility.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0

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Document generated on August 31st 2017, 2:55:41 pm