Sample screen

The Listing of Records with Standard Edit Errors is displayed.

A Reviewed
The S, V, and K columns refer to a type of error: S for Standard, V for Coding, or K for Re-Admission. The Record Correction page, which we'll look at next, includes checkboxes that you mark to indicate the type of errors you corrected in a record. When you save the corrected record, an “X” appears in the appropriate column on this page. When you (or another user) come back to make more corrections, you'll be able to see which types of corrections have already been made.
B Sequence Number
MIRCal assigns sequence numbers to your records when you save a record in Web Entry or when MIRCal processes your data file. The sequence numbers reflect the order in which you entered the records or the order in which the records appear within your data file.
C Record Data
Displays entries from various fields in the record.

D Last User Logon ID
The user name of the last person who saved this record. If the record hasn't been opened and saved in MIRCal, this column is blank.
E Last Date Corrected
The date on which the record was last saved. If the record hasn't been opened and saved in MIRCal, this column is blank.
F Delete Selected Records
Allows you to select multiple records for deletion. To delete records, click the checkbox next to each record you want to delete, and then click Delete Selected Records.

To re-sort the list, click any blue column heading.

To view a record, click any entry in the row for the record.

In our scenario, Jane's data file contained three records with Standard Edit errors. In the example screen, you can see that her Standard Edit listing includes only those records. She's going to correct the first record in the list.

To continue, click 6 in the Sequence Number column.

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