MN WIC Program
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Reason(s) Stopped Field Enabled and Required in Add Infant Information for Non-Breastfeeding Mom IF Infant One-Way Link Created First (TMP-127)
Description: This occurs for the following specific scenario:
- Certifying a non-breastfeeding woman and her infant; and
- A one-way link is created initially from the infant's Health Information
When completing the Add Infant Information screen in the non-breastfeeding woman's Health Information - Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy, the Reason(s) Stopped field is enabled and required.
What You Should Do: In general, a two-way link should always be created from the mom's Health Information instead of creating a one-way link from the infant's. However, if for some reason this isn't possible and this issue occurs, simply click the Ever Breastfed - Yes radio button and then the Ever Breastfed - No button and the field will become disabled.Resolution: This issue has been added to the issues queue.
Identified Issues Page - Posted 2/24/14
Pregnant Women Who Are Breastfeeding
Pregnant and Fully-Breastfeeding: Keep mom's breastfeeding certification until her cert ends or she stops fully-breastfeeding since the food package for fully-breastfeeding provides more food than the pregnant food package.
Pregnant and Mostly- or Some-BF: Certify mom as pregnant. If she is still breastfeeding, you can leave the infant as mostly- or some-breastfeeding as appropriate. However, you must delete the link from the infant's folder by removing the checkmark from the On WIC checkbox and saving the changes to the Health Information.
If the link is not deleted: if the baby's Breastfeeding Amount is changed to Non-Breastfeeding and s/he is over 6 months old, the system will terminate mom's current certification (the system only looks for a linked mom to terminate, it does not verify the current WIC Category).
April 2013 HuBERT Hints #1
Nutrition Assessment Questions for Breastfeeding Women
To ensure the appropriate questions display when the Nutrition Assessment screen is opened, the Health Information should be completed first. The questions that display when you open the Nutrition Assessment screen are based on the participant's WIC category and breastfeeding amount. If the Breastfeeding Amount is not selected before opening the screen, the system does not know which questions are appropriate to display causing it to display all of the breastfeeding questions.
April 2013 HuBERT Hints #1
Verify Accuracy of Expected Delivery Date and Update as Appropriate in Health Information
The LMP Start Date, which is used in calculations to system-assign certain risk factors and the number of weeks gestations for linked infants, is calculated based on the Expected Delivery date. If the Expected Delivery date is incorrect, it can affect the system's ability to accurately calculate and system-assign Risk Factors.
The Expected Delivery date field is one of the few fields enabled in the Pregnancy tab of the Health Information screen. It is essential that you verify the accuracy of the participant's Expected Delivery date prior to beginning a new certification and update it if appropriate.
NOTE: Since this date also affects the participant's Cert End Date, you should also try to verify it at Nutrition Education Contacts (benefit pick-ups).
November 2012 HuBERT Hints #2
How to Delete Incorrect Links between Mom and Infant Records
Description: If a link is incorrectly created between a woman and infant's records, it must be deleted in both of their Health Information screens; it is not enough to delete the link in just one of the records.
What You Should Do: Deleting an incorrect link between a woman's record and an infant's record is a two-step process.
STEP #1: In the woman's Health Information:
- Click the Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy button
- Click the Edit button
- Remove the checkmark from the Infant on WIC checkbox
- Click OK on the Edit Infant Information screen
- Click the Delete button on the Infants Born from This Pregnancy window
STEP #2: In the infant's Health Information:
- Remove the checkmark from the on WIC checkbox
- Save the change to the Health Information screen
December 2012 HuBERT Hints #2
Still Need to Complete Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy Screen if Participant Miscarries
Description: The Health Information screen, including the Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy screen, must be completed if a participant miscarries and she is certified as postpartum.
Explanation: The function of the Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy screen is two-fold. It collects information about the pregnancy for which the woman is being certified as postpartum and it allows you to link records.
What You Should Do: When completing the Health Information screen, the Infant(s) Born from This Pregancyscreen should be opened and Stillborn, Miscarriage, or Abortion selected from the Infant Status at Birth field if you are certifying a postpartum woman who has miscarried. When this is selected, ALL other fields are disabled in that screen.
August 2011 HuBERT Hints #2
Tips and Guidance about Linking Mom and Baby
Description: You should always link mom's record to her infant's record when they are both on WIC in the same household.
Explanation: Linking records is essential to ensure that Risk Factors are assigned correctly and the correct default food packages are suggested.
What You Should Do: The following are a couple of tips for creating links between mom and baby's records.
- Baby does not have to be certified to link but must be prescreened (have a WIC ID in the database)
- Links should be created in mom's Infant(s) Born from This Pregnancy screen in order to create a two-way link immediately. Otherwise, if a link is initially created in baby's record, a link will also have to be created in mom's record.
NOTE! Baby’\'s Participant Folder or Health Information screen in the CGS must be closed at the time fields are updated and saved in mom's record. Otherwise, the information will not update in the infant’\'s Health Information.
August 2011 HuBERT Hints #1