TSWF AIM Form Changes for Sep – Dec 2019 Release

Changes for the upcoming Sep – Dec 2019 AIM form release are listed below. To see actual screenshots of all Sep – Dec 2019 form changes, download our Visual Change Log using the button below.

Your AIM Forms will update automatically if they are added to your favorites and are NOT set as your default template. If you are unsure, please follow our guide on how to add TSWF AIM Form Templates to your workstation.

CORE-Compatible Forms

Changes to CORE and Across all Primary Care Forms (16)

Sep-Dec 2019 Changes

BH Tab

  • Removed “Thinking of suicide” from the BH tab
  • Updated C-SSRS encounter note documentation to include “in the past month” before each question
  • Relabel of C-SSRS risk strata

HPI/PFSH Tab

  • Added clinical clue for staff: ‘If score is > 4, open ribbon and document functional impact. When addressing pain consider using the Pain Management CPG AIM form by selecting the link to the right. Open ribbon for additional pain questions’
  • Added additional pain questions under the DVPRS ribbon
  • Added statement with Y/N response stating that treatment of condition is expected to fully resolve pain experienced at current time.
  • Added documentation of Acute and/or Chronic Pain
  • Added documentation that patient will make a follow-up appointment to address pain
  • Added clinical clue to refer to IBHC for specific situations
  • Added ‘DVPRS’ to verbiage on Pain Reassessment documentation field to make sure that the DVPRS is used for pain reassessment

Screening tab

  • Removed “Pregnancy at _ weeks” field
  • Added clinical clue ‘Use AHLTA Screening Module to document pregnancy status’

Well Female tab

  • Added link to the TSWF Breast Cancer Risk Assessment AIM form on the
  • Removed “Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool Link”
  • Added clinical clue hover over “The form provides for standardized documentation of breast cancer risk.”
Cardiovascular (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Pain Management (12)
  • Changed name of the ‘TSWF Long Term Opioid Therapy CPG AIM Form’ to ‘TSWF Pain Management CPG AIM Form’
  • Revamped form to incorporate the pain pathway items that DHA vetted
    • Clinical clue for staff: “If either score is greater than/equal to 4, document functional impact.”
    • Addition of second question “How would you rate your average pain in the past week?”
    • Statement with Y/N response stating that treatment of condition is expected to fully resolve pain experienced at current time.
    • Documentation of “Acute less than 3 months and/or Chronic Pain greater than 3 months”
    • Documentation that “Patient will make a follow-up appointment to address pain.”
    • Addition of clinical clue to refer to IBHC for specific situations: “Include referral to IBHC for any chronic pain presentation of for acute pain with co-morbid depression, pain catasstrophizing, fear-avoidance behavior, or other concerning psychosocial factors.” Consider referral to IBHC for additional assessment and non-pharmacological interventions for chronic pain management.
    • Addition of DVPRS to verbiage on Pain Reassessment documentation field to make sure that the DVPRS is used for pain reassessment.
    • Addition of “Consider documenting clinical clues under the pain treatment history.”
  • Addition of clinical clues for the Care Plan “Consider These Treatment Plans”
  • NEW tab “Pain Pathway” which includes:
    • Copy Forward Pain Assessment Tracking box
    • Addition of copy forward area to document patient’s treatment goals as well as if they are at goal or not.
    • Blue clinical cues for staff to document the patient’s pain treatment goals.
Clinical Pharmacy (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Geriatrics (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Low Back Pain (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Metabolic (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Mil-PHA (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Nursing Services (2)

Immunizations Tab

  • Added CDC Vaccine link https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/adult.html

Updated link to Peds Refusal form

Peds Nursing Services (1)

Updated link to Peds Refusal form

Peds General (18)

Screening Tab

  • Added “Is a household family member currently deployed or on extended duty outside of the immediate area?”
  • Added “Would you like information on additional family resources that may be available during this time?”
  • Removed “Visit is deployment related [Yes] [No]”

HPI Tab

  • Added DVPRS
  • Removed 0/10 Pain Scale

Behavioral Health Tab

  • Updated PHQ-9A to auto calculate (Move to 2020)

Screening Tab

  • Updated USPSTF recommendation regarding varnish: ‘The USPSTF recommends that primary care clinicians apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all infants and children starting at the age of primary tooth eruption.’ to the Preventive Services Ribbon.
  • Added link to Flouride Varnish CSSP and location to document completed actions (Anticipatory Guidance/Flouride Varnish/Dental Referral)
  • Updated Need for prophylactic administration clinical clue
  • Added “dental topical fluoride treatment varnish”

HPI Tab, in female maturation ribbon

  • Added clinical clue: “Document pregnancy status in Screening Module”

HPI/PSFH Tab

  • Added additional pain questions under a ribbon.
  • Added second question asking how pain has been over past week
  • Added statement with Y/N response stating that treatment of condition is expected to fully resolve pain experienced at current time.
  • Added documentation of Acute vs. Chronic Pain
  • Added documentation that patient will make a follow-up appointment to address pain
  • Added clinical clue to refer to IBHC for specific situations
  • Added DVPRS to verbiage on Pain Reassessment documentation field to make sure that the DVPRS is used for pain reassessment
Peds 0-23 (11)

HPI Tab

  • Added “Is a household family member currently deployed or on extended duty outside of the immediate area?”
  • Added “Would you like information on additional family resources that may be available during this time?”
  • Removed “Visit is deployment related [Yes] [No]”
  • Updated the USPSTF recommendation regarding varnish: “The USPSTF recommends that primary care clinicians apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all infants and children starting at the age of primary tooth eruption.”
  • Updated link to Peds Refusal form

Development Tab

  • Updated developmental milestones.

Screening

  • Updated Need for prophylactic administration clinical clue
  • Added “dental topical fluoride treatment varnish”
  • Added link to Flouride Varnish CSSP and location to document completed actions (Anticipatory Guidance/Flouride Varnish/Dental Referral)

Anticipatory Guidance

  • Replaced Bright Futures link with CDC links
  • Removed AAP clinical clues
Peds 2-6 (10)
HPI Tab

  • Added “Is a household family member currently deployed or on extended duty outside of the immediate area?”
  • Added “Would you like information on additional family resources that may be available during this time?”
  • Removed “Visit is deployment related [Yes] [No]”
  • Updated the USPSTF recommendation regarding varnish: “The USPSTF recommends that primary care clinicians apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all infants and children starting at the age of primary tooth eruption.”

Development Tab

  • Updated developmental milestones.

Screening

  • Updated Need for prophylactic administration clinical clue
  • Added “dental topical fluoride treatment varnish”
  • Added link to Flouride Varnish CSSP and location to document completed actions (Anticipatory Guidance/Flouride Varnish/Dental Referral)

Anticipatory Guidance

  • Replaced Bright Futures link with CDC links
  • Removed AAP clinical clues

Peds 2-6 Rev. 1

  • Added 24 & 30 month milestones
Peds 7-18 (21)

HPI Tab

  • Added “Is a household family member currently deployed or on extended duty outside of the immediate area?”
  • Added “Would you like information on additional family resources that may be available during this time?”
  • Removed “Visit is deployment related [Yes] [No]”
  • Added DVPRS
  • Removed 0/10 pain scale

Screening

  • Updated Need for prophylactic administration clinical clue
  • Added “dental topical fluoride treatment varnish”
  • Added link to Flouride Varnish CSSP and location to document completed actions (Anticipatory Guidance/Flouride Varnish/Dental Referral)

Behavioral Health Tab

  • Updated PHQ-9A to auto calculate (Moved to 2020)

HPI Tab, Preventive Services

  • Updated USPSTF recommendation regarding varnish: “The USPSTF recommends that primary care clinicians apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all infants and children starting at the age of primary tooth eruption.”
  • Added clinical clue: “Document pregnancy status in Screening Module”

HPI/PFSH Tab

  • Added additional pain questions under a ribbon.
  • Added second question asking how pain has been over past week
  • Added statement with Y/N response stating that treatment of condition is expected to fully resolve pain experienced at current time.
  • Added documentation of Acute vs. Chronic Pain
  • Added documentation that patient will make a follow-up appointment to address pain
  • Added clinical clue to refer to IBHC for specific situations
  • Added DVPRS to verbiage on Pain Reassessment documentation field to make sure that the DVPRS is used for pain reassessment

Anticipatory Guidance

  • Replaced Bright Futures link with CDC links
  • Removed AAP clinical clues
  • Updated developmental milestones.
Procedures (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Pulmonary (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Navigator (2)

 

  • Added TSWF Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
  • Deleted TSWF In/Out Processing AIM

Specialty Forms

Behavioral Health Specialty (3)

BH Tab

  • Removed “Thinking of suicide” from the BH tab
  • Updated C-SSRS encounter note documentation to include “in the past month” before each question
  • Relabel of C-SSRS risk strata
Case Management (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Case Management Pediatrics (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Integrated Behavioral Health Consultant (3)

BH Tab

  • Removed “Thinking of suicide” from the BH tab
  • Updated C-SSRS encounter note documentation to include “in the past month” before each question
  • Relabel of C-SSRS risk strata
In/Out Processing (1)
  • Deleted TSWF In/Out Processing AIM
MHSPHP (0)
  • No specific changes this update
mTBI (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Obstetrics (1)

 

  • Updated outdated links
Separation Health Physical Exam (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Zika (0)
  • No specific changes this update
Sports Medicine (0)
  • No specific changes this update

Sep-Dec Mid-Cycle Changes

Peds 2-6 Rev. 1

  • Added 24 & 30 month milestones

Flight Event:

  • Removed MoCA screener from PE tab.
  • Removed printable MoCA link from PE tab.
  • Removed clinical clue in Psych section from PE tab.
  • Removed MoCa total score field from Psych section on the PE tab.
  • Added check box and field for “other mental exam” in the Psych section on the PE tab.
  • Added check box “Negative for all PE CPG Red Flags evaluated in patient with Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) 13-15” from Psych section on the PE tab.
  • Added MACE 2 Exam Summary to the PE tab.
  • Removed MoCA screener from Follow-up tab.
  • Removed printable MoCA link from Follow-up tab.
  • Removed clinical clue in Mental Status section from Follow-up tab.
  • Removed MoCa total score field from Follow-up tab.
  • Added check box and field for “other mental exam” in the Mental status on the Follow-up tab.
  • Added check box “Negative for all PE CPG Red Flags evaluated in patient with Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) 13-15” to the Mental status section on the Follow-up tab.
  • Added MACE 2 Exam Summary to the Follow-up tab.

CORE & Compatible:

  • Added “What would you be doing differently if you didn’t have pain?” to the Pain Assessment box.

MHSPHP:
Added fields for:

    • Date admitted to hospice
    • Date of death
  • Added clinical clue: “Enter date when a patient either was admitted to hospice or the date a patient died. Add auditable documentation as appropriate. In either case, the patient will be excluded from all population health metrics and due/overdue notifications.”

Added fields for:

    • Colorectal cancer screening: Next due date: (and options list)
    • Cervical cancer screening: Next due date: (and options list)
    • Breast cancer screening: Next due date: (and options list)
  • Added clinical clue: For Patients at Increased RiskFor patients whose provider determines a need for a non-standard testing interval, such as family history or other reasons, enter the date when the next screening is due and what test has been recommended to be done at that time.A date entered here will trigger corresponding due/overdue reminders in the MHSPHP.

 

  • Added clinical clue:*These tests do not count toward or replace HEDIS metric criteria for routine preventive services exams and therefore do not impact the patient’s due/overdue status in the registries.

TSWF Virtual Training video on the Sept-Dec 2019 Visual Change Log

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