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

  • 29 changes for May – Aug 2018 update
    • Added “Currently Nursing” check box
    • Removed link to ‘More information of Med Rec’ in med rec box
    • Added additional USPSTF references, (USPSTF, 2013; B), to “Additional USPSTF Recommendations for Targeted Adult Populations” ribbons, All and Women.
    • Removed 3 asterisks with statement ‘additional guidance is anticipated after MHS-level review’ on Additional USPSTF Recommendations for Targeted Adult Populations’ ribbons, All and Women.
    • Updated Change-log links
    • Removed the Thinking about Homicide and placed the Thinking about Suicide as its own line with a ribbon that if checked positive will open to the C-SSRS
    • Zika: Removed red background around “Standard Travel Screening” and “Zika Risk Assessment”
    • Zika: Moved “Standard Travel Screening: Has the patient traveled outside of the country in the past 90days?” to the top
    • Zika: Updated blue cue wording in the Standard Travel Screening question: “above” changed to “below”
    • Zika: Updated wording; “country” changed to “local area” in the Standard Travel Screening question
    • Zika: Added blue cue explaining outside the country: “Providers should be aware of local risks that are unrelated to travel outside the local area.”
    • Zika: Updated heading “Zika virus: Patients should be screened for travel or planned to travel to Zika affected areas and/or sexual contact with someone who has traveled to Zika affected areas. This is particularly important for women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant. *See reference links to CDC Pre-Travel info and Travel Health Notices above.”
    • Zika: Added to Zika symptom listing: “headache and myalgias”
    • Zika: Updated blue cue to the left of Zika questions. Added ‘males over age 18’.
    • Zika: Added “Females only” at beginning of question 2
    • Correction of lung cancer screening cue “If >=30 pk-yr history, age 55-80, and quit <15 years, consider cancer screening. If ever smoker, male, age 65-75, consider one-time ultrasound screening for AAA. See Preventive Services on first tab.”
    • C-SSRS question 1- removed question mark and replaced with a period.
    • C-SSRS questions 1-5- added “In the past month” before each question.
    • C-SSRS questions- moved each question directly under the description.
    • C-SSRS added green block “Green – No Items Endorsed” above “Yellow-Minimal Risk” block.
    • C-SSRS added green block under Suicide Risk Level “No Items Endorsed”.
    • GAD 7: Updated wording of the last question to “If you checked off any problems, how difficult have these problems made it for you to do your work, take care of things at home, or get along with other people? [ ] Not at all [ ] Somewhat difficult [ ] Very Difficult [ ] Extremely Difficult
    • PHQ 2 ribbon will be set as automatically opened on an encounter and by clicking on the PHQ 2 “yes” the PHQ 9 ribbon will open.
    • The PHQ 9 will be a separate ribbon to open optionally as well as with a PHQ2 positive
    • Remove NCQA, AAAHC, and HSI references
    • TBI screener updated with new DVBIC screener
    • Updated verbiage for 10yr CVD Risk Calculation
  • PE TAB
    • PE-Tab replaced all GOLD text with black italics


  • 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

Dr. James Neville

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