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. These forms possess the age-specific requirements needed to safely document and manage each age group. The Peds General form is intended for pediatric patients who are being seen for acute medical conditions.

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Pediatrics Recent Changes
  • 11 changes for May-Aug 2019 update
Peds General (2)

Chronic Conditions tab

  • Added a chronic care plan for autism and developmental delays.

Behavioral Health Tab

  • Removed ACE-Q screener
Peds 0-23 (4)

HPI Tab

 

  • Added Neonatal Infant Pain Scale (NIPS) to the 0-23 month PEDS AIM form.
  • Added clinical clue that states: “Use NIPS for ages 0-12 months. Use FLACC for ages 2 months to 7 years and nonverbal patients.”

Anticipatory Guidance Tab

  • Added clinical clue to ‘Other Anticipatory Guidance’ field ‘Preventative Programs (examples: New Parent Support, State Specific Development Programs, etc.)’

Chronic Conditions tab

  • Added a chronic care plan for autism and developmental delays.
Peds 2-6 (2)

Anticipatory Guidance Tab

 

  • Added clinical clue to ‘Other Anticipatory Guidance’ field ‘Preventative Programs (examples: New Parent Support, State Specific Development Programs, etc.)’

Chronic Conditions tab

  • Added a chronic care plan for autism and developmental delays.
Peds 7-18 (3)

Anticipatory Guidance Tab

 

  • Added clinical clue to ‘Other Anticipatory Guidance’ field ‘Preventative Programs (examples: New Parent Support, State Specific Development Programs, etc.)’

Behavioral Health Tab

  • Removed ACE-Q screener

Chronic Conditions tab

  • Added a chronic care plan for autism and developmental delays.
History
      • In use since 2012
      • Collaborative effort by each Service
      • Forms follow AAP Bright Futures standards
The Pediatric TSWF AIM forms have been in use since 2012. The forms were immediately embraced by the pediatric community and used successfully throughout the MHS en masse. With this popularity came the realization that the original content of the form needed revision. Near the end of 2013, a team of pediatricians from each Service met and worked to update and improve the forms to where they stand today. At that meeting, it was unanimously decided that the forms would follow the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Bright Futures standards. In total, over 160 redundant, erroneous, and non-past medical history terms were removed. This resulted in a more standardized form that allows for the note view to have a much-improved readability. In addition, restructuring of the form’s layout has aided in improving the clinical workflow.
Form Lead
TSWF-Pediatrics Form Lead
Mark Kline PA-C MSHS

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