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Powerpoint presentation presented at the 2009 IHS Best Practices meeting in Nashville.

Powerpoint presentation presented at the 2009 IHS Best Practices meeting in Nashville.
Covers the 5As and documentation of patient education and tobacco health factors in the RPMS EHR.

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  • Ask about tobacco use at every visit and document responses using the Tobacco health factors <br />
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  • Advise the patient to quit tobacco abuse using a personalized, positive and motivating statement <br /> &#x201C;quitting tobacco is the most important thing you can do to protect your health&#x201D; <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
  • Chris will show the information that can be added to the education code &#x2013; mention free text comments <br />
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  • Assess how willing someone is to quit &#x2013; <br /> If they are ready to quit, in which case you can add a goal to the patient education code <br /> If they are not ready to quit, you can document that a goal was not set <br /> Patients who do not use tobacco or have already quit should receive positive feedback and continued motivation to not start <br />
  • If wiling to quit, set a quit date, remove tobacco products from the environment, get support for the patient (identify family and friends). Discuss past quit attempts and the things that helped as well as the things that led to relapse. Review the benefits of quitting tobacco. <br /> Add a goal to the patient education code <br />
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  • Schedule follow-up visits to review progress toward quitting. <br /> Refer patients as appropriate using consults in EHR or other mechanisms and patient education <br /> Provide guidance on what to do if there is a relapse <br /> Review medications and other treatments <br /> Refer to quit lines for additional support and document using patient education &#x2013; this is a new code that will be released with the next PEPC manual <br />
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IHS Tobacco 5As presentation in NAO IHS Tobacco 5As presentation in NAO Presentation Transcript

  • 2010 Nashville Area Health Summit DOCUMENTING TOBACCO INTERVENTIONS Chris Lamer, PharmD, MHS, BCPS, CDE
  • Percentage of tobacco users who received a tobacco cessation interventions documented
  • Brief Interventions Using the 5 A’s
  • Brief Intervention • Brief interventions (< 3 minutes) • 5 A’s – Ask if they use tobacco – Advise to quit – Assess willingness to make quit attempt – Assist in making quit attempt – Arrange for follow up contact
  • Brief Intervention • Brief interventions (< 3 minutes) • 5 A’s – Ask if they use tobacco – Advise to quit – Assess willingness to make quit attempt – Assist in making quit attempt – Arrange for follow up contact
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist 1. Ask the patient if he or she uses tobacco products (cigarettes, snuff, dip, etc.). 2. Ask the patient if he or she uses tobacco products for cultural or religious purposes. 3. Ask the patient if he or she is exposed to tobacco smoke at work. 4. Ask the patient if anyone uses tobacco products at home. 5. Document the health factor screening results using the values in the table.
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist • The single most important step in addressing tobacco use and dependence is: SCREENING FOR TOBACCCO USE • Recommendation: reassess at every visit and document as a health factor *U.S. DHHS Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence
  • Assess using Health Factors
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist • Health Factors – Non-Tobacco User ---> RENAMED to Never Used Tobacco – Current Smoker – Current Smokeless – Current Smoker & Smokeless – Cessation Smoker – Cessation Smokeless – Previous Smoker – Pervious Smokeless – Ceremonial Use Only – Smoker in the Home – Smoke Free Home – Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke
  • Tobacco Health Factors
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist • Patient Education
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng -Mnemonic (TO, HTN) -ICD9 Code -CPT Code
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng -Mnemonic (TO, HTN) -ICD9 Code -CPT Code AP - Anatomy & Physiology HM - Home Management N - Nutrition C - Complications HY - Hygiene P - Prevention DP - Disease Process LA - Lifestyle Adaptations PRO - Procedures EQ - Equipment L – Literature S - Safety EX - Exercise M – Medications TE - Tests FU - Follow-up MNT – Med Nutrition Tx TX - Treatment
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng Education Code -Mnemonic (TO, HTN) -ICD9 Code -CPT Code AP - Anatomy & Physiology HM - Home Management N - Nutrition C - Complications HY - Hygiene P - Prevention DP - Disease Process LA - Lifestyle Adaptations PRO - Procedures EQ - Equipment L – Literature S - Safety EX - Exercise M – Medications TE - Tests FU - Follow-up MNT – Med Nutrition Tx TX - Treatment
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng Education Code -Receptive -Eager -Mnemonic (TO, HTN) -Unreceptive -ICD9 Code -Distraction -CPT Code -Intoxication -Severity of illness AP - Anatomy & Physiology HM - Home Management N - Nutrition C - Complications HY - Hygiene P - Prevention DP - Disease Process LA - Lifestyle Adaptations PRO - Procedures EQ - Equipment L – Literature S - Safety EX - Exercise M – Medications TE - Tests FU - Follow-up MNT – Med Nutrition Tx TX - Treatment
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng Education Code -Receptive -Good -Eager -Fair -Mnemonic (TO, HTN) -Unreceptive -Poor -ICD9 Code -Distraction -Refused -CPT Code -Intoxication -Group -Severity of illness AP - Anatomy & Physiology HM - Home Management N - Nutrition C - Complications HY - Hygiene P - Prevention DP - Disease Process LA - Lifestyle Adaptations PRO - Procedures EQ - Equipment L – Literature S - Safety EX - Exercise M – Medications TE - Tests FU - Follow-up MNT – Med Nutrition Tx TX - Treatment
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist Readines Level of Sub- Topic s to Understandi Provider Time Topic Learn ng TO - QT- EAGR - G - ABC - 5min
  • Adding Patient Education
  • Outcome and Standards
  • Select the code you want
  • Document Education
  • Pick Lists
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist – The patient uses tobacco and wants to quit • Provide resources and assistance – Quit line information TO-HELP – Tobacco handouts TO-L – Refer to tobacco cessation specialist TO-IR – The patient uses tobacco and does not want to quit • Provide and review tobacco treatment literature – TO-L-RECPT-G-CL-3min-GNS • Provide feedback on why they should consider quitting – The patient has used tobacco and has quit – The patient has never used tobacco • Commend and promote abstinence
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist • Set a goal and a quit date • TO-QT-G-CL-5min – GS – will quit on 6/25
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist
  • Ask Advise Assess Assist • TO-IR INFORMATION AND REFERRAL – OUTCOME: The patient/family will understand the process of referral and treatment for nicotine dependence. – STANDARDS: • Discuss sources for tobacco cessation treatment • Refer to nicotine treatment program or other resource as available. • TO-QL QUIT LINE    – OUTCOME: The patient/family will understand how to access and benefit from a tobacco quit line. – STANDARDS: • Explain to the patient/family that a quit line will enable to the patient to talk with a specialist who can helpthem plan an individualized quit method and may some times be used in coordination with other types of tobacco use treatment such as group or individual programs and/or medications. • Explain that people who use telephone counseling stop smoking at twice the rate of those who don’t get this type of help. • Provide the patient with the quite line phone number and hours of operation or assist the patient in calling the quit line during the patient encounter. • Explain how the quit line works and what the patient can expect from calling.
  • 5 A’s • Ask – screen for tobacco use every visit – Document health factor • Advise – Encourage tobacco avoidance – Document as patient education: TO-QT • Assess – determine readiness to quit – Tobacco handouts TO-L – Encourage tobacco avoidance TO-QT • Assist – help set a tobacco quit date and plan • Arrange – Arrange for follow up – Quit line information TO-HELP – Tobacco handouts TO-L – Refer to tobacco cessation specialist TO-IR
  • ICD9 Codes • International Classification of Disease ICD9 Definition Code 305.1 Tobacco Use Disorder/Dependence History of Tobacco Use V15.82
  • CPT Codes • Current Procedural Terminology) is used to describe a medical service that is provided. CPT Definition Code 99406 Tobacco-use cessation counseling visit; intermediate, greater than 3 minutes and less than 10 minutes. Document the E&M code for the visit 99407 as appropriate (99201-99215)
  • CPT Codes • S9075: Smoking Cessation Treatment • S9453: Smoking Cessation Classes, non-physician provider, per session • 99381- 99397: Preventive medicine services • 96150- 96155: Health & Behavior Assessment/Intervention (Non- physician only) • 99078: Physician educational services in a group setting
  • E&M Codes • Evaluation and Management Codes – No E&M codes specific for tobacco use disorder interventions – Document for the visit depending on the level of service provided and the setting in which it is provided E&M Code Definition Add Shows the E&M service is a Modifier separately identifiable service from 25 the smoking and tobacco-use cessation counseling service
  • Billing Medicare • Medicare Rules: – Up to two attempts per year – Maximum of four sessions per attempt – A total of eight sessions are covered in 12 months – Tobacco Use Disorder must be a SECONDARY diagnosis • 99406 for brief intervention (3-10min) • 99407 for intensive intervention (>10)
  • Quality Metrics
  • PQRI Measures (CPT Codes) Measure CPT Code Definition Inquiry 1000F and Tobacco use assessed regarding 1034F or Current smoker tobacco use 1035F or Current smokeless tobacco 1036F or Current non-smoker or 100F-8P Tobacco use not assessed/no reason noted Advising G8455 and Tobacco use cessation smokers 4000F or Tobacco use cessation intervention, to quit counseling 4001F or G8456 Tobacco use cessation intervention, pharmacologic tx or G8457 Smokeless tobacco user, not counseled to quit or G8455 and Tobacco non-user, not counseled to quit 4000F-8P SmokerNot counseled, no reason provided
  • CRS and GPRA Measures • Tobacco Use and Exposure Assessment • Tobacco Cessation (GPRA and ONM) • Comprehensive CVD-Related Assessment (GPRA)
  • Resources http://nativeamericanprograms.org 31
  • Conclusion 35