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CPRS Sample Templates Based on PCMHI Co-LocatedCollaborative Care Training ToolsNote: The templates provided here are intended to display local CPRS templates implemented inthe field. These are not nationally mandated templates, but rather demonstrations of localpractices which can be adapted for local site utilization. Adaptation may be needed for localcoding requirements for various disciplines.

2Table of ContentsCCC Initial Appointment: Functional Assessment . 3Example from Dr. Joe Barron, Bay Pines . 3Example from Dr. Kristen Perry, Seattle . 6Example from Dr. Beret Skroch, Minneapolis . 8Example from Dr. Joel Baskin, North Texas (Non-Prescribing Provider) . 10Example from Dr. Joel Baskin, North Texas(for Psychiatrists/APRNs/PAs/Clinical PharmDs) . 13Example from Dr. Rachel Colbert, Martinsburg . 17CCC Follow-Up Appointment CPRS Template . 21Example from Dr. Joe Barron, Bay Pines . 21Example from Dr. Kristen Perry, Seattle . 23Example from Dr. Peggy Arnott, Orlando . 24Example from Dr. Rachel Colbert, Martinsburg . 28Example from Dr. Joel Baskin, North Texas (Medication Review Visit forPsychiatrists/APRNs/PAs/Clinical PharmDs) . 31

3CCC Initial Appointment: Functional AssessmentExample from Dr. Joe Barron, Bay PinesPRIMARY CARE-MENTAL HEALTH INTEGRATION (PC-MHI) FUNCTIONALASSESSMENTDEMOGRAPHICS:Name: PATIENT NAME Age: PATIENT AGE Sex: PATIENT SEX SC DISABILITIES RATED Primary Care Provider: PRIMARY CARE PRACTITIONER , PRIMARY CARE TEAM Length of Visit: {FLD:TEXT 10} minutes{FLD:BUTTON []}Warm Hand-Off {FLD:BUTTON []}Scheduled Visit {FLD:BUTTON[]}Walk-inThe veteran was appropriately identified and informed about the nature of PC-MHIservices and this screening visit as well as limits of confidentiality.Clinical Reminders are Due: {FLD:00 YES/NO}Urgency of need for care: {FLD:BUTTON []} Routine {FLD:BUTTON []} StatAppropriate setting for care: {FLD:BUTTON []} Outpatient {FLD:BUTTON []} ERMAIN CONCERN: Veteran was referred by physician/medical team due to {FLD:TEXTBOX}Problem History (Duration/Frequency/Intensity): {FLD:TEXTBOX}Treatment History for Problem: {FLD:TEXTBOX}Factors that Improve/Exacerbate Problem, if applicable: {FLD:TEXTBOX}Any Other Concerns of Veteran or Relevant Mental Health History: {FLD:TEXTBOX}How Presenting Problem Impacts the Following:-Sleep: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []}No changes-Work/School: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []}No changes-Relationships/Interpersonal: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []}No changes

4-Leisure/Recreation: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []}No TTON []}No changes-ETOH/Illicit Substance Use/Tobacco/Caffeine: {FLD:TEXTBOX}Symptom Measurements:PHQ9 (Depression):(RANGES: 0-4 Minimal; 5-9 Mild; 10-14 Moderate; 15-19 Moderately severe; 20-27 Severe)GAD7 (Anxiety):(RANGES: 0-4 Minimal; 5-9 Mild; 10-14 Moderate; 15-21 Severe)PCL-5 (Trauma-Related Symptoms):(RANGES: 0-10: Minimal; 11-20: Mild; 21-40: Moderate; 41-60: Severe;61-80: Very Severe symptoms)AUDIT (Alcohol Use):(RANGES: A score of 8 or more indicates a strong likelihood of hazardous or harmful alcoholconsumption.WENDER UTAH RATING SCALE (Self-Report Measure of Childhood ADHD symptoms):(RANGES: Data suggest a cutoff score of 46 or higher correctly identified 86% of the patientswith attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and 99% of the normal subjects.)MONTREAL COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT (MoCA):(RANGES: 0-30; Score of 25 or less is indicative of possible cognitive dysfunction.)BOMC (Orientation/Cognition):(RANGES: This screener has a range of 0 to 28. A score greater than 10 is consistent with thepresence of a possible cognitive disorder. Values less than 7 are considered normal for theelderly.)LETHALITY ASSESSMENT-Are you having thoughts of harming yourself or others? {FLD:00 YES/NO} {FLD:TEXTBOX}-Any history of suicide attempts: {FLD:00 YES/NO} {FLD:TEXTBOX}-Any history of violence: {FLD:00 YES/NO} {FLD:TEXTBOX}-Risk level: {FLD:BUTTON []}LOW {FLD:BUTTON []}MODERATE {FLD:BUTTON[]}HIGH{FLD:TEXTBOX}MENTAL STATUS:{FLD:BUTTON []} Within normal limits{FLD:BUTTON []} Other: {FLD:TEXTBOX}

5DIAGNOSTIC IMPRESSIONS:{FLD:TEXTBOX}ASSIST PHASE:Veteran was provided with tools for self-management including:{FLD:BUTTON []} Handouts on:{FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []} Online resources for: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []} Skills training in: {FLD:TEXTBOX}{FLD:BUTTON []} Education regarding: {FLD:TEXTBOX}ACTION PLANNING: {FLD:TEXTBOX}FOLLOW-UP PLAN:{FLD:BUTTON []} Continue Care within PC-MHI. {FLD:TEXTBOX}. RTC in {FLD:TEXT10} weeks{FLD:BUTTON []} Referral to General/Specialty Mental Health{FLD:TEXTBOX}Outcome and recommendations will be discussed with the referring provider and otherrelevant PACT team members as needed.EDUCATION:Veteran was provided with opportunity to address any questions or concerns.The veteran was provided with written contact information. The veteran is aware of the SuicidePrevention Hotline number (1-800-273-8255) in case of crisis.If experiencing a mental health emergency, the veteran should present to nearest emergencyroom or call 911 immediately.

6Example from Dr. Kristen Perry, SeattlePrimary Care Mental Health Integration Functional -----------------------------Age: PATIENT AGE GENDER: SEX RACE: RACE PRIMARY CARE TEAM Current PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER Date: {FLD:DATE (TODAY)}Visit Duration: 20 min therapy (25 min face-to-face)Brief evaluation with Veteran completed during which Veteran's questions and concerns wereaddressed and engagement in care was facilitated. Discussed nature/purpose of psychologicaltreatment, the undersigned's role on treatment team, the use of information (including notationsof care in CPRS), limits of confidentiality, and the voluntary nature of treatment. Veteran orallyexpressed informed consent to engage in this evaluation.REFERRAL PROBLEM: {FLD:W-P2LINES}HISTORY OF PROBLEM:Problem History (Duration/Frequency/Intensity): {FLD:W-P2LINES}Treatment History: {FLD:W-P2LINES}Exacerbating/Alleviating Factors: {FLD:W-P2LINES}Other Problems of Concern to Veteran: {FLD:W-P2LINES}FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT:Sleep: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Work: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Relationships: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Recreation: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Physical Activity: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}ETOH: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Tobacco: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Drugs: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}Caffeine: {FLD:YES/NO/UNKNOWN}SAFETY/RISK ASSESSMENT:Are you feeling hopeless about the present or future? {FLD:YES NO}Have you had thoughts about taking your life? {FLD:YES NO}Have you ever had a suicide attempt? {FLD:YES NO}Danger to others: {FLD:YES NO}

7MEASUREMENT BASED CARE:PHQ-9 PHQ-9 Q10 GAD-7 MENTAL STATUS:Orientation and Consciousness: {FLD:MSE ORIENT}Appearance and Behavior: {FLD:MSE APPEAR}Mood and Affect: {FLD:MSE MOOD}Speech: {FLD:MSE SPEECH}Perceptual Disturbance: {FLD:MSE HALLUCINATE}{FLD:MSE PERCEPTUAL}Thought Process: {FLD:MSE THOUGHT PRO}Insight: {FLD:MSE INSIGHT TEXT}{FLD:MSE INSIGHT}Judgment: {FLD:MSE JUDGE TEXT}{FLD:MSE INSIGHT}DIAGNOSIS:{FLD:W-P2LINES}TREATMENT PLAN:Immediate Mental Health care needed. Crisis response initiated.Mental Health (non-urgent, within 14 days) needed.Next appointment: [INCLUDE CLINIC, DATE/TIME]Veteran declines Mental Health care.Addressed any concerns, and provided emergency contact numbers to Veteran:VA contact during working hours: ENTER PROVIDER NAME AND PHONE LINE24 hour VA Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255, option 1911

8Example from Dr. Beret Skroch, MinneapolisPRIMARY CARE/MENTAL HEALTH INTEGRATION EVALUATION AND TREATMENTPLANPROCEDURES: 30–minute behavioral health provider evaluation and treatment for XXVETERAN SELF-REPORT/REASON FOR REFERRAL:TREATMENT PLAN:Treatment goals negotiated with patient include:1.2.INTEGRATED SUMMARY:DIAGNOSTIC IMPRESSIONS:Presenting Problem History (Duration/Frequency/Intensity):Treatment History of Presenting Problem:What Makes the Presenting Problem Better/Worse:Other Problems of Concern to Veteran:IMPACT OF PRESENTING PROBLEM ON FUNCTIONING/DAILY nships/Social ine:

9RISK ASSESSMENT:Risk Factors:Protective factors:Based on risk and protective factors, the patient is considered to be a XX risk for committingsuicidal/homicidal acts at this time.ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT:PHQ-9: (minimal/mild/moderate/moderately severe/severe depression)GAD-7: (minimal/mild/moderate/severe anxiety)Insomnia severity index: (no insomnia/subthreshold insomnia/moderate insomnia/severeinsomnia)Pain Screen: (0 none; 10 bad as you can imagine)Pain on the average past week Pain interference with enjoyment in life Pain inference with general activity Informed Consent: Information was reviewed with the patient regarding the role and services ofthe behavioral health provider, documentation procedures, and confidentiality and limits toconfidentiality of patient data. Patient willingly agreed to evaluation.In addition to the assessors' contact information, the following emergent mental health resourceswere discussed. Mental health crisis 612-467-1921 or 1-866-414-5058 extension 1921 duringbusiness hours and VA emergency department 612-467-2771 after business hours and weekends.National suicide prevention hotline: 1-800-273-8255. Life threatening emergency: 911.

10Example from Dr. Joel Baskin, North Texas (Non-Prescribing Provider)PRIMARY CARE - MENTAL HEALTH INTEGRATION INITITAL EVALUATION TODAY'S DATE PATIENT NAME DOB: PATIENT DATE OF BIRTH Military background: MILITARY SERVICE SC? SC PERCENTAGE Purpose of visit and limits of confidentiality were reviewed with Veteran. They agreed toproceed with assessment.CHIEF COMPLAINT/REFERRAL PROBLEM:HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS:Problem History (Duration/Frequency/Intensity):Treatment History (Including Med Trials, Adherence, Adverse Reactions):What Makes the Concern Better/Worse:Other Problems of Concern to Veteran:FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT/TYPICAL DAY:Sleep:Work:Close lcohol:Tobacco:Drugs:Caffeine:PSYCHOMETRIC SUMMARIES (see Mental Health Assistant for details):PHQ-9:GAD-7:PCL-5:AUDC:

11CLINICAL REMINDERS:RISK ASSESSMENT:MEDICATIONS: ALL ACTIVE MEDS COMBINED PERTINENT MEDICAL HISTORY INCLUDING PROBLEM LIST FROM CPRS: ACTIVE PROBLEMS MENTAL STATUS N: PATIENT NAME is a PATIENT AGE year old PATIENT SEX Veteranpresenting with the XXXXXXXXXXXXXDSM-5 DIAGNOSES:PLAN:I have reviewed diagnosis and treatment options with the patient. Based on that, the Veteran'sstated goal for change is, "XXX." After review of r/b/a of proposed treatment, patient agreed tothe following plan.

12Medication Referral Psychotherapy -Psychotherapy performed for XX minutes.Techniques used:Topics discussed:Patient response:Consults Patient Education -following handouts provided:-written prescription for next steps provided to patientFollow up --I have reviewed the signs of worsening depression and indications forinitiating crisis procedures of calling crisis line, calling 911, or presenting to nearest ER.-I have explained, and Veteran understands, how to contact PC-MHI at XXXXXXXXX duringworking hours.

13Example from Dr. Joel Baskin, North Texas (for Psychiatrists/APRNs/PAs/ClinicalPharmDs)PRIMARY CARE - MENTAL HEALTH INTEGRATION INITITAL EVALUATION TODAY'S DATE PATIENT NAME DOB: PATIENT DATE OF BIRTH Military background: MILITARY SERVICE SC? SC PERCENTAGE CHIEF COMPLAINT/REFERRAL PROBLEM:HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS:Problem History (Duration/Frequency/Intensity):Treatment History (Including Med Trials, Adherence, Adverse Reactions):What Makes the Concern Better/Worse:Other Problems of Concern to Veteran:FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT/TYPICAL DAY:Sleep:Work:Close lcohol:Tobacco:Drugs:Caffeine:PSYCHOMETRIC SUMMARIES (see Mental Health Assistant for details):PHQ-9:GAD-7:PCL-5:AUDC:

14CLINICAL REMINDERS:RISK ASSESSMENT:MEDICATIONS: ALL ACTIVE MEDS COMBINED ALLERGIES: ALLERGIES/ADR PERTINENT MEDICAL HISTORY INCLUDING PROBLEM LIST FROM CPRS: ACTIVE PROBLEMS MENTAL STATUS EXAM:LOC:A:B:S:M:A:TP:TC:P:I:J:C/A:M:FoK:RECENT PERTINENT LABS:Thyroid function: LR TSH Hepatic Panel: LR AST LR ALT Electrolytes: LR BUN LR CREATININE UDS:

15IMPRESSION: PATIENT NAME is a PATIENT AGE year old PATIENT SEX Veteranpresenting with the XXXXXXXXXXXXXDSM-5 DIAGNOSES:PLAN:I have reviewed diagnosis and treatment options with the patient. Based on that, the Veteran'sstated goal for change is, "XXX." After review of r/b/a of proposed treatment, patient agreed tothe following plan.Medication Labs Psychotherapy -Psychotherapy performed for minimum of 16 minutes.Techniques used: behavioral activationTopics discussed:Patient response:Consults Patient Education -following handouts provided:-written prescription for next steps provided to patientFollow up -

16-I have warned patient not to drive or operate machinery if sleepy or otherwise impaired. Patientvoiced understanding.-I have reviewed the signs of worsening depression and indications forinitiating crisis procedures of calling crisis line, calling 911, or presenting to nearest ER.-I have explained, and Veteran understands, how to contact PC-MHI at XXXXXXXXX duringworking hours.

17Example from Dr. Rachel Colbert, MartinsburgIntro Script-Describe who you are/role in the clinic*-How long visit will be-What will happen during the visit-Type of follow-up which may occur-Note from visit will go in medical record. Ask if it is okay to type.-PCP will get feedback-Reporting obligations*Primary Care Mental Health Integration NoteProcedure Code: 96150, 90832Length of visit: 30 minutesReferred by:Referred for: Identifies and/or clarifies the presenting problemSession: *****************************Identifying ory of Problem: (Asks about duration, frequency, and intensity of physical sensations,behaviors/habits, thoughts, and emotions, as appropriate to presenting problemDuration/Frequency/Intensity)Treatment Hx:Psychotropic Medications:What Makes the Concern Better/Worse:Other Problems of Concern to Veteran:Functional Assessment/Typical Day: Evaluates how presenting problem impacts patient’sfunctioning in all the below areasSleep:Physical:Exercise:Work:Close relationships:Family:Friends:

18Recreation:ETOH:Tobacco:Illegal Drugs:Caffeine:Additional Assessment: Uses/references assessment measures appropriate to primary care (e.g.,PHQ9, GAD-7, PCL)*Measurement-based carePHQ-9:GAD-7:PCL:BAM/AUDIT-C:Other:Pain (Source) 0-10- use behavioral anchors for 0 and for 10 (i.e. 0 never have pain and10 pain is so bad can’t get out of bed)Today /10, High /10, Low /10, Avg *******************************Risk Assessment (e.g., lethality, suicidality/homicidality):Appropriately assesses and managesrisk of harm to self/others*SuicideCurrent Suicide Risk FactorsDoes not have thoughts of suicide or self-harm at this timeDoes not express feelings of hopelessness or helplessness at thistimeCurrent Suicide AssessmentLow: Patient judged NOT to be at significant risk for self-harmModerate: Patient judged to be at increased risk for suicide butnot imminently dangerous to selfHigh: Patient judged to be at imminent risk for agnosis/Assessment Summary: Provides patient succinct summary of assessmentinformation and biopsychosocial impressions/formulation of problem. Integrates key biological,psychological, social or environmental factors in the ***************************************ADVISEShare Options and Discuss Strengths/Needs: Specific, personalized options for treatment that arebased in the evidence; discussion of how symptoms can be decreased and functioning and qualityof life/health improved. Review behavioral change options for addressing identified concernsand implementing next steps*

****AGREEPatient’s goals for change: (Based on treatment options reviewed in advise- the patient isinterested in and willing/motived to engage in these options)PCP & PACT/or PC-MH Team **********************************ASSIST-Starting a Behavioral Change Plan and In Session Practice: : Begin to implement the specificbehavioral change action plan, demonstrate relevant skills, and discuss specific options forhomework practice. Focus on learning new information, developing new skills, overcomingbarriers, solving problems, and/or developing confidence to make change*-Uses evidence-based interventions for identified concerns*-Handouts Given *ARRANGESpecify plans for follow-up (visits/calls)*RTC Follow-Up Arrangements: (additional referrals as needed- consults/meds):Other : Give VCL number: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)Written Prescription of Next Steps: Provide patient with a written prescription of next stepsPatient agreed to *********************************MSE: Patient was dressed appropriately. Pt was Ox4 and cooperative during appointment. Pt’smood was euthymic and affect was congruent with mood. Pt maintained eye contact and wasengaged throughout session. Pt displayed no evidence of a thought disorder; pt exhibited nopsychotic or manic symptoms. Pt’s speech was WNL. No indication of current or recent SI/HI,plan or ************************************Treatment Plan:1. Description of identified problem:2. Statement of treatment modality:3. Anticipated goal and measurable ************************************Diagnostic Impressions

********************************Patient Education: Educated patient on the various resources available at this VAMC. Patientverbalized understanding of the information ****************************************

21CCC Follow-Up Appointment CPRS TemplateExample from Dr. Joe Barron, Bay PinesPRIMARY CARE-MENTAL HEALTH INTEGRATION (PC-MHI)FOLLOW-UP SESSION PROGRESS NOTESession #: {FLD:TEXT 10}Length of Visit: {FLD:TEXT 10} minutesClinical Reminders Due: {FLD:00 YES/NO}-Symptom Measurements:PHQ9 (Depression):(RANGES: 0-4 Mini

Collaborative Care Training Tools Note: The templates provided here are intended to display local CPRS templates implemented in the field. These are not nationally mandated templates, but rather demonstra