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Using Quick ADT to Transfer a Resident Into or Out of the Community
Quick Admission, Discharge and Transfer (QADT) allows you to record new residents as well as admissions/move ins, readmissions, discharges/move outs, and transfers without impacting billing. This is typically used by clinical staff after normal business hours. It may also be used by non-billing staff to enter residents during business hours. QADT creates an incomplete census entry the billing office must verify and confirm for payer and rate information. The census entry appears in yellow until completed.
After a resident is admitted/moved in to the community, census entries can be completed through Quick ADT. There are different types of census entries that can by completed using Quick ADT. Quick ADT allows staff to record a transfer into or out of the community without impacting billing. A transfer out may apply to a transfer to the hospital or a resident going on a leave of absence. A transfer in may apply to a return to the from being in the hospital or out on a leave of absence. After completing the Quick ADT, the resident status is updated with an Incomplete Census entry.