refer to any non-screening action that you can schedule. ASQ Online provides
you with system tasks, and Program Administrators have the ability to create
custom tasks to fit the needs of your program.
following task types are provided by ASQ Online:
your Program Administrator has created any custom tasks, they will appear at
the bottom of the list of task types when adding a task.
7.4.1 Adding a Task
To add a task:
task will appear in the Tasks Due section.
7.4.2 Tasks Due
Tasks Due refers to non-screening tasks that have been scheduled but have not yet been completed. You’ll notice a number next to the Tasks Due Quick Link, which indicates how many tasks have been scheduled but not yet completed. A task will be marked “complete” when you have generated a corresponding packet.
the Tasks Due Quick Link will take
you to a list of all tasks that are due. You can search for tasks due by due
date, child date of birth (DOB), child name, child ID, Alt. ID, the task type,
the previous questionnaire, and the previous result (the result of their last
Tasks Due list includes the due date, the child name, the child’s date of birth
(DOB), the task type, the previous questionnaire, and the previous screening
result. You can edit the task by clicking the Edit icon to the right of the task.
create a packet of task materials to be mailed to the caregiver, click the link
at the top of the page (“To create a packet to mail out materials for tasks
due, click here to go to the
View/Print Packets page”).
NOTE: The Tasks Due
section is only a list of tasks that are due. In order to complete the task,
you will have to go to the View/Print
Packets page and generate the materials associated with that task.
7.4.3 Tasks Completed
Tasks Completed refers to any scheduled tasks that have been completed. Generating a corresponding packet for the task will automatically complete the task in the ASQ Online system.
the Tasks Completed Quick Link will
take you to a list of all tasks that have been completed. You can search for
completed tasks by completed date, due date, the child’s date of birth (DOB),
child name, child ID, Alt. ID, and the task type.