37. Testlet 2
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Lamna Healthcare Company owns and operates childcare centers nationwide. The company serves children ranging in age from four to ten. Childcare centers are open 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.
The company has a Dynamics 365 system administrator who works from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. The administrator creates user records for potential hires during final interview processes.
Lamna separates children into groups based on age. Group A is for ages 4-6, Group B is for ages 7-8, and Group C is for ages 9-10. Each group is monitored by a team of 2-3 childcare workers.
Most correspondence between workers and parents is done by using email.
The company runs employee meetings each month to present updates and discuss issues. The administrator creates appointments in Dynamics 365 for each employee meeting.
Lamna has been using Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Office 365 for three years. Access to Dynamics 365 is limited to childcare workers. Support staff only have access to Office 365 applications.
There is a high turnover rate among childcare workers, so there is often a rush to hire replacements. Childcare workers are often hired on weekends and start work the following Monday.
The administrator maintains a list of apps that are approved for use and makes the list available to all Dynamics 365 users.
When a parent registers a child, workers collect information such as known allergies, emergency contact information, list of medications, and scans of signed consent forms for the child. Additional information is collected through the year including field trip consent forms and an annual feedback survey that parents complete.
Every day an employee records each child’s arrival time, departure time, and the name of the person who picked up the child in an attendance log. Each record includes a field to enter emergency contact information for the child. This field often remains blank since the childcare worker is too busy to populate this information.
Attendance records are created from a child record. The supervisor reviews an attendance log at the end of day for each team of workers.
Reports are created from Microsoft Word templates for the healthcare workers and documents are stored in Microsoft SharePoint.
You create a Child Attendance report and complete testing of the report in a sandbox environment. The report is ready for deployment to the production environment.
The child attendance log must be accessible by all staff members. A Child Attendance report is also required, as this information is often accessed at the parent’s request. All fields for collecting additional information must be hidden by default.
In order to make the process of recording attendance information more efficient, workers must create an attendance record for each child and add the child to the record.
If a child is not picked up by 6:00pm, a text message must be sent to the parents notifying them of additional charges for late pickup. Microsoft Flow is used to deliver text messages to parents about additional charges for late pickup.
Complex information such as medications must be contained in a sub-grid on the child’s record.
When children change age groups, all of their records must be available to the new team of childcare workers. A child’s medication record must no longer be viewable by the previous group of childcare workers.
All customization and testing are performed in the sandbox environment and then moved to production. To simplify management of Dynamics 365, Lamna Healthcare keeps all components in the default solution but maintains a unique prefix. Dynamics is a non-code environment.
Option sets must be used whenever possible. For example, the allergies field displays a list of common allergies. You must include an option named Other in each option set to allow users to enter a value that is not available in the option set. When Other is selected, the form must display a text field that requires entry.
Parents of a child named Elizabeth recently changed her surname. The parent hands in a field trip consent form that includes the new surname. The support worker cannot find the child in the system.
Users report having to sign back into the system very frequently, often multiple times during the course of a period of usage.
When children move to new age groups, medication records for the child are not visible to the new group’s childcare workers.
You need to set up annual surveys.
What should you do?