Dynamic Screening Solutions

Sample Clients

Our clients are not “Out of the Box” and are not “One Size Fits All.” All of our customers present unique business needs that can benefit from our solutions to reduce paperwork. DSS customizes our solutions to meet your paperwork needs by simplifying your paperwork process.

Utah Clicks

Originally developed via a grant from the Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau, The ONE Application was developed, piloted and launched to help Utah families apply for public services more easily. Families can complete and submit paperwork electronically to participating programs. In Utah, The ONE Application is branded as UtahClicks and was launched statewide in 2005 with the following applications now available: Medicaid; CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program); Baby Your Baby; Early Head Start/Head Start; Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN); and Baby Watch/Early Intervention. New forms or paperwork can be added on the fly. Additional health benefit programs are being added to Utah Clicks in 2009. The programs made available on Utah Clicks are managed by the Utah Department of Health and the Department of Workforce Services. Dynamic Screening Solutions, Inc. continues to maintain and add new features to Utah Clicks via annual and multi-year contracts with state agencies.

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Indiana WINS

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) received a mandate to simplify the process for citizens applying for state programs, such as Medicaid, Hoosier Healthwise, WIC, Children’s Special Health Care Services. In fall, 2005, an IT administrator from FSSA contacted DSS staff to set up an online demo. The mandate stipulated that a pilotable version of an online Medicaid application be in place by January of 2006 – less than three months away. Following some quick negotiations, DSS received a sole source contract from FSSA to get them up and running. We met the deadline and set up the pilotable version. Indiana branded their new system Indiana WINS. Later that year, the oversight of Indiana WINS shifted to the Indiana Dept. of Health (ISDH). Rather than hiring DSS to set up and launch Indiana WINS, Indiana licensed The ONE Application and used internal IT staff to set up it up. After adding new partner programs, Indiana WINS was piloted in several counties prior to the planned statewide roll out. However, the nation's economic downturn and statewide cutbacks have forced a halt on this and other statewide projects.