The AIMS v.1.62 release includes several bug fixes and the following enhancements and new functionality:
- Remove Treatment Session Tracking from Treatment Plan
- Relating Cases to an Involvement From Involvement Overview
Remove Treatment Session Tracking from Treatment Plan
When generating a Progress Report previously (Surveys, Assessments & Goals –> Treatment Plan), the Session Details were displayed, which caused confusion as users may have believed this information was being recorded in the Treatment/Education Attendance.
With v1.62, Session Details has been removed, now showing only the Report Date:
Additionally, at the bottom of the page, Progress Notes has been renamed to Progress Details, providing users clarity that notes entered here are not auto-populating in Treatment/Education Attendance or the Notes section of the Involvement.
When viewing the Treatment Plan, the Session Details are only displayed in the Progress section of the Goals card if Session information had previously been recorded.
Users are still able to perform all other functions on the Progress Report.
Future functionality will provide the ability for Treatment/Education Attendance and Notes to populate on the Progress Report.
Relating Cases to an Involvement From the Involvement Overview
New functionality now allows users to relate cases to an Involvement from the Involvement Overview rather than from the Case so that it is clear which Cases may or may not be added based on the Involvement type.
On the Involvement Overview, a Related Cases card has been added to both the Specialty Court pre- and post-admittance Involvement Overviews and the Community Service Involvement overview.
Note the pre and post-admittance cards vary slightly as the Post-Admittance Overview provides more space to provide additional details (i.e., Court, Judge, Disposition).
Users can now manage Related Cases from the new card – functionality that was previously contained in the Criminal History tab. Users can create new Criminal Cases from the drop-down by selecting Add –> New Case to the Involvement, which will open the Add Case page. This page functions the same as in the past except that Related Involvements is now read-only; clicking the Involvement ID# hyperlink will navigate the user to the Involvement Overview page.
Note that when creating a new Case from the Related Cases card, the Involvement ID# auto-populates under Related Involvement.
After populating the Case details and saving, the Case will appear on the new Related Cases card.
Users can also add existing Criminal Case(s) by selecting Add –> Existing Case to This Involvement.
All Cases not currently associated with the Involvement will be shown; users can select one or multiple Cases to relate to the Involvement and click Add. The new Related Cases card will now include the selected Criminal Case.
Users can also remove/”un-relate” a Criminal Case from an Involvement by clicking the Remove icon to the right of the desired Case. After confirming by selecting Yes, the Case will be removed from the Related Cases card but still appear on the Criminal History tab.