Attention all MHS providers authorized to prescribe controlled substances:
There is mandatory opioid safety training as directed by the 2016 presidential memorandum. If you have not already completed the training, you can find both the memorandum and Prescriber Safety Training here.
Training Material for All Users
Pain Management Training Slides
*Intended for classroom use
Pain Management Paper Backup
Pain Management User Guide
*Intended for individual use
DoD-DHA Opioid Informed Consent
Pain Management Recent Changes
- Form Name change to Pain Management CPG AIM form
- Name change added to Navigator
- Additional DVPRS and pain related patient questions
- This form now directly links from the CORE form when link to it is selected
- Numerous Blue clinical cues added to help providers with patient management and documentation ( see training slide deck above)
- Chronic Care Plan changed to Pain Management Care Plan to include all pain patients.
- Addition of ‘Pain Pathway Tab’ for additional pain management guidance and documentation.
- Addition of areas to track the patient’s pain assessment, treatment goals SMART goals, and referrals.
- Location to document any hand-outs given to patient as well as links to those hand-outs
- Addition of links to provider management tools
- Developed by pain management specialists for PCMs
- Helps PCMs manage pain patients in addition to those on opioid therapy
- Contains imbedded guidelines, essential references and links to aid providers in the ‘Stepped Care Model’ management of their pain patients
The number of pain patients and opioid therapy patients in the MHS has increased exponentially in light of the recent conflicts that our soldiers, sailors, and airmen have been involved in throughout the world. The Pain Management CPG AIM form was created as an effort to help primary care providers manage the ever-increasing number of patients in the MHS who need guidance to manage their pain.
It is well known that pain patients are not managed in any standardized fashion by primary care providers throughout the MHS. It is also known that primary care providers make up the largest percentage of individuals who prescribe narcotic pain medicines. These facts were recognized by the PCMH board, who made the development of this form their highest priority in 2012-2013. A team of pain management specialists from each service met in December of 2012 and developed the original COT form based on the VA/DoD CPG. The form was then beta tested and piloted at sites around the world for a year, prior to being made available to the entire MHS. Building on that foundation the LOT form was created to reflect the most current 2017 VA/DoD CPG.
Over the past months Dr. Jennifer Bell has worked with cohorts made up of PCMs from MTFs to further develop what is now the Pain Management CPG AIM form. Based on input from end users and nine versions later the most up to date pain management documentation tool is available to the entire MHS. We look forward to your input to continue to improve guidance and documentation for patients in need of pain management!
TSWF Pain Management Form Lead
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