AEROSPACE MEDICAL CERTIFICATION SUBSYSTEM (AMCS)
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AEROSPACE MEDICAL CERTIFICATION SUBSYSTEM (AMCS) PENDING EXAMS SCREEN AME offices that have exams in a pending status will be brought to this screen at login. Lists only the exams started by the AME logged in or by someone in that AME’s office. Click on Applicant ID to finish entering exam information. Clicking on “delete” launches a window where a Delete Reason must be selected in order to delete the exam information from the AMCS. SEARCH APPLICANTS SCREEN If there are no exams in a pending status you will be brought to the search screen at login. Can perform a search using an SSN, Applicant ID, PI Number, Date of Birth or Name as the search criteria. Clicking on an Applicant ID will display all of the exams for that applicant at the bottom of the screen. Clicking on a MID will display a summary of the Form 8500-8 if the status of the exam is listed as A. If the status of the exam is listed as P, clicking on Pending will launch the unfinished exam. MID links are only enabled if that particular exam was performed by the AME logged in or by someone in that AMEs’ office. Clicking on Delete beside the exam status listed as P will launch the Delete Pending screen, where a Delete Reason must be selected in order to delete the related exam information from the AMCS. 8500-8 DATA ENTRY SCREENS The data entry screens are presented on three separate pages. Each field displays a blue “?”, red “X” or a green “Ok” beside it. The “?” indicates that the information has not yet been validated. The “OK” indicates that the information has been validated and that information entered is acceptable. The “X” indicates that a required field was left blank or that an error was found with the information entered into a field during validation. Holding your mouse over the “X” will display text describing what is required or what the validation on that field consists of. Clicking on the “Ok” or the “X” will take you to the text in the Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners that explains the type of information that belongs in that particular field. Page 1 of the Data Entry screens was designed to resemble the front page of the hardcopy FAA Form 8500-8. Page number icons on the left side of each screen allow for easy navigating back and forth between pages and a save is performed each time a page different than the one you are working on is selected. The Validate icon on the left side of each screen allows you to save and validate at the same time. Errors will display in a pop-up window if applicable. Exam Type drop down selection at the top of the screen eliminates the need for Page 0. Validation is based on the type of exam selected. Drop down selections are only available to AMEs designated to perform FAA Employee exams. Launches a Medications screen where medications an applicant is currently using can be searched for and selected. Sets all radio button selections for Item 18 to No. Sets all No selections for Item 18 to Blank. Launches a screen that allows you to enter the applicant’s explanation for any Yes radio button selections in Item 18. Launches a screen where an applicant’s visits to a physician can be entered. Clicking on the or buttons will save any newly entered or updated information. Page 2 of the Data Entry screens was designed to resemble the back page of the hardcopy FAA Form 8500-8. Sets all radio button selections for Items 25 thru 48 to Normal. Sets all Normal selections for items 25 thru 48 to Blank. Launches a screen that allows the AME to enter comments for the Abnormal selections made for the Physical Findings, Items 25 thru 48. If the abnormality is disqualifying, checking the box will automatically add the item number to Block 63. Launches a screen for Block 60 that allows the AME to enter a comment for all Yes selections made for Items 18.a thru x. as well as comments for out of range or abnormal results for items 17.a., 17.b., 19, 49, 50, 51.a., 51.b., 52 thru 57 and 59. If an item is disqualifying, checking the box will automatically add the item number to Block 63. Clicking on the , or buttons will save newly entered or updated information. Page 3 of the Data Entry screens was designed to present itself as Certificate Issued or No Certificate Issued as applicable and is where the AME will submit the exam to the DIWS database.
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