TN 1 (07-08)

DI 81005.035 Title Bars

A. The Primary Title Bar

The Primary Title Bar consists of:

  • Claimant’s name and SSN;

  • Alleged Onset Date (AOD);

  • Edit (Lock Case) button; and

  • Links to Case Search, Print Forms, EDCS, and Help.

B. The Secondary Title Bar

The secondary title bar appears above the eView Tabs and includes:

1. Flags indicator

The “Flags” indicator appears on the far-left of the secondary title bar. Users can view details of flags, edit existing flags, and add new flags to a case by using the “View Details/Edit” link next to the flags indicator. For details on adding flags to a case, see Alerts, Flags, and Messages - DI 81010.080.

2. OQP Sample indicator

The OQP Sample (Office of Quality Performance) indicator remains blank unless the case is selected for OQP sample. If the case is selected, the most recent OQP sample date is displayed next to the indicator.

3. CEF indicator

The CEF indicator displays a “Y” if the filing is a CEF. If a paper MDF has been created, there is an “N” for “No, which means the filing is not a CEF”.

4. CDR CEF/CPD CEF indicator

If the case is an electronic Continuing Disability Review (eCDR), the CDR CEF and Comparison Point Decision (CPD) CEF indicators appear on the secondary title bar. The following is displayed:

a. CDR folders

If the CDR folder is a CEF, eView displays CDR CEF “Y”

If the CDR folder is paper, eView displays CDR CEF “N”

b. CPD folders

If the CPD folder is a CEF, eView displays CPD CEF “Y”

If the CPD folder is paper, eView displays CPD CEF “N”

c. Unable to locate CPD folder

If the Field Office is unable to locate the CPD folder, eView displays CPD CEF “UTL”

5. QDD indicator

The QDD (Quick Disability Decision) indicator appears to the right of the CEF indicator. A “Y” or “N” is present next to the indicator to inform the user whether the case has been identified as a QDD case. Selecting the “QDD” link brings users to the Quick Disability Determination screen. This screen displays:

  • Current and historical QDD status;

  • The date the case was identified as QDD; and

  • The history of any QDD actions taken (including date, type of action taken, office code of the action, and the reason for the action).

6. CAL indicator

The CAL indicator (Compassionate Allowance) shows a “Y” or “N” to indicator whether the case has been identified as a CAL case and acts as hyperlinked text to the CAL History page.

The CAL history screen displays the following:

  • Historical data chronologically ordered and including whether CAL was automatically selected or manually added

  • Type of action (Added/Reinstated/Removed)

  • Reason for action

  • Office code for historical actions

  • CAL conditions for the specific case with a link to information about that particular disease or condition

For more information on processing CAL cases see DI 23022.000 and DI 11005.604.

7. eCAT indicator

The eCAT (Electronic Claims Analysis Tool) indicator appears on the secondary title bar to inform users of eCAT involvement on initial and reconsideration-level cases.

NOTE: The indicator displays only if the case is sent to an office that is eCAT capable and the logged-on user’s security profile permits access to the eCAT application.

8. High Risk Indicator

The High Risk Indicator quickly identifies, for downstream components, individuals that have a High Risk Alert placed on their record in the Visitor Intake Process (VIP) database. eView does not display a High Risk Alert if an alert is not found or is inactive at the time of the VIP query.

9. eBB indicator

The eBB indicator appears on the secondary title bar and provides a link to the Electronic Bench Book (eBB) application. The link only displays to users associated with a Hearing Office, when the folder contains a Hearing Office level case or higher, and the eView folder does not contain a case is a ‘BC’ or ‘DC’ claim or a CDR.