Effective 14 July 2020, the TSWF Team will no longer proactively maintain the TSWF AHLTA AIM Forms and the associated training materials on this site.  Therefore, going forward, all materials on this site should be used for historical reference only.

All TSWF AHLTA AIM forms and training materials are current as of COB 13 July 2020. Requests to update existing TSWF AHLTA forms should submitted via the Global Service Center. No new TSWF AIM Form requests will be approved at this time.

The Navigator AIM form is a unique map that allows users to quickly access all TSWF AIM forms. It includes links to this website and to supplemental resources that can assist in clinical practice.
The Cardiovascular form is for primary care documentation of patients with common CV conditions, including hypertension, dyslipidemia, ischemic heart disease, heart failure, and atrial fibrillation. The form’s content is based upon VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines, ACC/AHA, NYHA, and JNC-8.

The Pain Management CPG AIM form is designed to help primary care providers manage any of their pain patients. The updated form gives patient management consistent with the 2017 VA/DoD Opioid Therapy, but the guidance is not only for patients on opioid therapy.

The Clinical Pharmacy form is intended to assist in standardizing workflow for
clinical pharmacists embedded in the PCMH team. It places increased focus on
patient meds and provides standardized documentation criteria.
The CORE form is the central form for adult patients in all primary care areas. It standardizes primary care encounter documentation, allowing providers to spend more time with patients, and provides easy access to VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines.
The Geriatrics form is intended for primary care providers who are dealing with aging patients. It allows documentation of elderly patients on multiple medications (polypharmacy), documentation of falls, and recording/tracking of ER visits and hospital admissions.
The Low Back Pain form is for low back pain patients in primary care settings. Encompassing the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines, it includes references and resources for initial and follow-up management.
The Metabolic form is an aid for documenting care of patients with diabetes, obesity, dyslipidemia, and hypertension in accordance with VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines. It parallels the CORE form, allowing for streamlined documentation.
The Mil-PHA form was developed to ensure all required PHA elements are captured. It provides a standardized format for providers and allows clear visibility of items to be completed.
The Nursing Services form has been created specifically for nursing and clinical support staff in adult PCMH clinics.  It is the first tri-service effort to standardize charting of procedures and patient education completed by support staff.
The pediatric suite of TSWF AIM forms are intended to guide pediatricians and primary care providers in the management of their pediatric patients. The forms follow the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Bright Futures standards. They are divided into two types: the Well-Child forms and the Peds General form. Well-child forms are labeled and separated by ages 0-23 months, 2-6 years, and 7-18 years.
The TSWF Pediatric Nursing Services AIM form is intended to be used by nurses and clinical support staff in PCMH clinics for pediatric patients. The form is not designed for use in adult and non-PCMH immunization clinics.
The Procedures form optimizes documentation of common procedures and female-only procedures. By standardizing procedure risks and informed consent, it saves clinicians time and improves accuracy in documentation and coding.
The Pulmonary form is designed to help the PCMH team deal with asthma/COPD according to VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines. It integrates educational links and documentation aids, and presents color-coded ROS/PE findings for building differential diagnoses.

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