The TSWF Pulmonary AIM form is intended to help the PCMH team deal with asthma and COPD in accordance with VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines.

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Training Material for All Users

AHLTA and other training resources

Additional TSWF support

Pulmonary Recent Changes

  • 13 changes for Jan-Apr 2018 update
  • Added a clinical cue to the Family History text box (“Including, but not limited to, diabetes, heart disease, HTN, colon cancer, breast cancer, and/other cancers, and conditions that run in the family.”)
  • Added a clinical cue to the PHQ-9 ribbon (“If clinical judgement suggests, and/or patient is on anti-depressants and has a history of depression, skip PHQ-2, open ribbon, and go directly to PHQ-9.”)
  • Changed ribbon wording to: Depression Screening (PHQ-2 and PHQ-9)
  • Renamed the “Sexual Assault Toolkit” ribbon as “Sexual Assault Resources”
  • Removed the Overall Health question
  • Removed Secure Messaging question from Annual Questions field
  • Added REALM SF details and words to the forms (listed individually)
  • Placed the REALM SF scoring chart to the right of the text box with instruction:
    “The score is based on the number of words correctly read aloud.”
  • Consolidated MSK upper and lower into one tab
  • Reformatted Red Flags field
  • Moved Lifestyle/Exercise questions to Exit CCP tab
  • AUDIT-C revision:
    -Deleted previous AUDIT-C score field
    -Added AUDIT-C score to the existing date field
    -Reformatted clinical information
  • Deleted the Allergies field and added blue cue text explaining the change

History

  • Interprets aspects of the VA/DoD asthma and COPD CPGs
  • Standardizes care for pulmonary conditions
  • Helps with compliance to VA/DoD guidelines

The Pulmonary CPG AIM form was created to help interpret aspects of the VA/DoD asthma and COPD CPGs. The AIM form is a way to standardize and optimize the approach to care for these pulmonary conditions, and a way to help improve continuity of care and healthcare outcomes.
As a TSWF CPG AIM form, its development and usage helps with compliance to VA/DoD guidelines, as we have integrated recommendations from these CPGs into the form. The form provides easy access to reference materials for clinical decision-making, links to references for patient education materials, and standardizes our documentation.

Form Lead

TSWF-Pulmonary Form Lead
Donald W. Rumbaugh, M.D., DABFP

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