The Procedures AIM form is intended to optimize and standardize documentation of both common procedures as well as female-only procedures performed in the outpatient setting.

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Procedures Recent Changes

  • 13 changes for Sep-Dec 2017 update
  • Sep-Dec r2 (updated October 2017): Verbiage change for HPV recommendations as listed:  https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/hpv.html
  • Sep-Dec r2 (updated October 2017): Minor word changes to the PHQ-9 to perfectly mirror the Pfizer Inc. version

Procedures-specific Changes:

  • Added BFA (Battlefield Acupuncture) ribbon to the Common Procedures tab
  • Added new text field to Colposcopy ribbon on Female Only Procedures tab
  • Added IUD Counseling ribbon to Female Only Procedures tab

General PCMH Form Changes:

  • Added the term FIT-DNA to the Preventive Services Recommendation for colorectal cancer screening
  • Added a link next to the diabetes CCP for a diabetic foot exam. (The tool is hosted on the tswf-mhs.com website)
  • Changed order of screenings on BH/Other tab. PCL-5 now follows GAD-2
  • Added 2 contraceptive counseling links above the “Presently Using Birth Control” section
    Details: CDC Reproductive Health: https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/contraception/mmwr/spr/summary.html
    Mobile app & eBook: eBook Reader App Recommendations for Contraceptive Use and downloaded ebook: https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/contraception/ebook.html
  • Changed “annual” to “biennial” before “Retinal Eye exam done”
  • PE Tab: Moved “Accommodation” to the right of the solid line with other exam items not routinely performed
  • Moved ”Spleen” and “Abdominal Hernia” to the right of the solid line with other exam items not routinely performed

History

  • Developed as an adjunct to the CORE form
  • Became a stand-alone TSWF AIM form
  • Documents procedural process issues

The Procedures AIM form was initially developed as an adjunct to the CORE form. With the many procedures performed in the outpatient setting, the form later became a stand-alone TSWF AIM form. This has enabled providers to document procedures and also to document or address any acute issues that may be brought up by the patient during the procedural process.

Form Lead

TSWF-Procedures Form Lead
Samuel P. Eng, M.D., M.S., FAAFP

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