Full-Service Partnership (FSP)

Clients who are identified as Full-Service Partnership (FSP) clients under the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)have additional reporting requirements. These do not replace the need for a CSI or CalOMS report, but are in addition to them. In this section, we’ll cover the required FSP documents. Depending on your county, this information will either be extracted from SmartCare and uploaded into the State’s database or will have to be manually entered into it. Check with your county to determine what your process for FSP data is.

The logic associated with the collection of Full-Service Partnership records is very complex.  It involves a combination of field-specific validation, validation which compare values in one field versus values entered in other fields, and still additional validation evaluating the record as a whole.  The screens in SmartCare associated with the California FSP data collection have been configured to apply all of these validations.  These validations can either be applied/invoked by the user on an as-needed basis, or will be applied by the system upon saving or signing the record.  Given how complex the data collection for these FSP records can be, we suggest that users periodically invoke the validation checks as they complete the data input screens. 

  1. To execute a validation check, click the Validate icon in the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. If errors are present, a “Validations” pop-up window will appear in the upper left corner of the screen. The list of errors will be displayed in the order of their appearance on the screen.  The validation messages will provide the name of the tab, the section, and a message explaining the validation error.