The TSWF Behavioral Health Specialty form is intended for Behavioral Health clinics. As such, this is a stand-alone form and you can ONLY copy forward from another TSWF BH-Spec note.
Training Material for All Users
BH-Spec Training Slides
*Intended for classroom use
BH-Spec Paper Backup
BH-Spec User Guide
*Intended for individual use
TSWF BH Spec Intake Form and Peer Review Templates
These forms are separate from the training materials and are the specifically designed to help the Behavioral Health workflow within any MTF. Please modify them to fit your specific clinical needs.
Patient Intake Packet
Intake Peer Review Template
Follow-Up Peer Review Template
- Removed DoD/VA Pain Scale link
- Removed Supplemental Question link
- Added link http://www.dvcipm.org/site/assets/files/1084/dvprs_with_instructions.pdf and labeled as “DoD/VA Pain Rating Scale (DVPRS)” (This took the place of the DoD/VA Pain Scale & Supplemental Question links)
- Added clinical clue to open ribbon for pain level assessment elements “Open ribbon to document pain assessment elements”
- “Added Field “DoD/VA Pain Rating Scale: pain severity = /10.”
- Added DVPRS clinical clue “If 4 or greater, open ribbon to document functional impact.”
- Moved “Pain Assessment” field to DVPRS ribbon under Pain functional impact assessment
- Added “Pain Functional Impact Assessment” to DVPRS ribbon.
- Changed ribbon ‘3 Question DVBIC TBI Screening tool’ to ‘TBI Concussion screening’ on the ‘Measures’ tab
- Focuses on BH specialty clinical care
- Continually gathering tri-service input
- Applicable to all behavioral health diagnoses
In 2012, a TSWF Behavioral Health form (TSWF-BH) was created to support the needs of providers in the National Capital Area (JTFCM). In spite of only an initial local training and deployment, many providers across the MHS have been using this form, suggesting that a greater need for standardized documentation exists across the MHS. Since its initial deployment, the TSWF team has been gathering tri-service input and “lessons learned” from users in order to improve the form. An initial alpha test of this improved form provided crucial input for its improvement and also yielded several positive results. Users reported that the form helped them construct more thorough treatment plans (77%), locate critical information in completed notes (69%), and perform more thorough suicide assessments (85%).
TSWF-BH Form Lead
Samuel P. Eng, M.D.,M.S.,FAAFP
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