The TSWF CORE form is intended to be used for adult patients in all primary care areas (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Flight Medicine, etc).

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CORE Recent Changes
  • 16 changes for Sep-Dec 2019 update

BH Tab

  • Removed “Thinking of suicide” from the BH tab
  • Updated C-SSRS encounter note documentation to include “in the past month” before each question
  • Relabel of C-SSRS risk strata

HPI/PFSH Tab

  • Added clinical clue for staff: ‘If score is > 4, open ribbon and document functional impact. When addressing pain consider using the Pain Management CPG AIM form by selecting the link to the right. Open ribbon for additional pain questions’
  • Added additional pain questions under the DVPRS ribbon
  • Added statement with Y/N response stating that treatment of condition is expected to fully resolve pain experienced at current time.
  • Added documentation of Acute and/or Chronic Pain
  • Added documentation that patient will make a follow-up appointment to address pain
  • Added clinical clue to refer to IBHC for specific situations
  • Added ‘DVPRS’ to verbiage on Pain Reassessment documentation field to make sure that the DVPRS is used for pain reassessment

Screening tab

  • Removed “Pregnancy at _ weeks” field
  • Added clinical clue ‘Use AHLTA Screening Module to document pregnancy status’

Well Female tab

  • Added link to the TSWF Breast Cancer Risk Assessment AIM form on the
  • Removed “Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool Link”
  • Added clinical clue hover over “The form provides for standardized documentation of breast cancer risk.”
History
  • 1st AIM form developed
  • One-stop shop
  • Integrates with other forms
The CORE AIM form was the first AIM form developed by the Tri-Service Workflow team, along with its associated workflow. Born out of the frustration of trying to document in AHLTA, the proliferation of different documentation templates, and the multitude of policies and guidelines for clinical documentation, the CORE was created to be a “one-stop shop” where both providers and the clinical support staff could complete the vast majority of their documentation. The CORE form consolidates and standardizes documentation requirements from many disparate sources (inspection agencies, DoD policies, generally accepted clinical guidelines, etc.), and serves as the basis for many of our other forms, like the various Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) AIM forms. The CORE works seamlessly with these other forms, allowing staff to use the form that works best for a particular visit without disrupting the form workflow.
Form Lead

TSWF-CORE Form Lead
Dr. James Neville, MD, MPH, FACPMLisa Kennedy

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