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VA Code in Flight Submission - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist 5 p2 (PCL-5 Phase 2 v1 build 8
Revision: YS*5.01*121 T4
Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10909/11176
For VHA health care team members (e.g., referring provider, MH intake provider, MH treatment providers, etc.)
Who need to assess and care for Veterans at high risk from the point of identification of need for Mental Health services through their care in mental health
A process of capturing information (e.g., assessment and stratification data) is needed to support managing information related to identifying the urgency of and progress in care of all MH referrals.
That will ensure Veterans at risk for suicide receive timely and appropriate care in the proper setting based on the results of the initial and ongoing assessment and allow for tracking of disposition for timeliness and access to care
Unlike current processes where there is no standardization of gathering and capturing information resulting in inconsistent sharing of information for Veterans at risk for suicide
Our Process will enable the standardization of documentation for MH referrals, facilitating completion of the initial brief triage and suicide risk assessments for all Veterans being referred for MH services; thereby supporting open access to care and providing consistency in best practices and quality.
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8OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service09-24-2019Adding updated code and docs.
YS*5.01*121 T4OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service11-09-2017This revision provides the in flight patch YS*5.01*121 T4 currently under development. Copy-written instruments have been removed.
6OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service05-30-2017This patch adds new instruments for use with the Mental Health Assistant
(MHA). These new instruments will help clinicians and administrators
analyze the effectiveness of treatment, help clarify diagnoses and provide
empirical measures for treatment outcomes.

New Mental Health Instruments:
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Alcohol Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening
- NIDA modified version ASSIST-NIDA
Brief Resiliency Scale BRS
Cross-Cutting Symptom Assessment for DSM-5 CCSA-DSM5
Client Evaluation of Motivational Interviewing CEMI
Couple Satisfaction Index CSI
Couple Satisfaction Index - 4 Item CSI-4
Couple Satisfaction Index Partner Version CSI PARTNER VERSION
Couple Satisfaction Index - 4 Item Partner Version CSI-4 PARTNER
VERSION
Geriatric Anxiety Inventory GAI
Insomnia Severity Index ISI
Modified Katz Index of ADLs KATZ-ADL-6pt
Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire PSOCQ
Perceived Stress Scale PSS
Restless Legs Syndrome Rating Scale RLS
Smith Morning-Evening Scale SMEQ
Sleep Need Questionnaire SNQ
Snoring, Tired, Observed, Blood Pressure STOP

The following existing instruments are modified:
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The Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement
Screening Test ASSIST-WHOv3
-- Prior to this patch, this instrument name was ASSIST.
Now it is ASSIST-WHOv3.

Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment - Alcohol
Revised CIWA-AR-
-- This instrument is modified to include the missing text and
displays the information in the correct order. This instrument
replaces CIWA-AR.

Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily
Living KATZ-ADL-18pt
-- Prior to this patch, this instrument name was INDEX OF ADL.
Now it is KATZ-ADL-18pt.

Patient Health Questionnaire Depression Scale PHQ9
-- The report was updated to include additional text beneath the score
to indicate additional assessment is required if question 9 is
answered in the positive direction.

Working Alliance Inventory-Short Revised WAI-SR
-- A scoring error has been corrected.

The following existing instruments are inactivated:
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Alcohol Use Inventory (Revised) AUIR
Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale
(5-item version) CESD5
Depression Outcome Module 8.0 DOM80
Depression Outcomes Module: Geriatric Screen DOMG
Employment Readiness Scale ERS
Health Locus of Control Scale HLOC
Rotter Internal-External Scale IEQ
Rotter Locus of Control RLOC
Spiritual Assessment Inventory SAI
Crowne-Marlowe Social Desirability Scale SDES
Short Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test SMAST
Validity Scale VALD
Ward Atmosphere Scale WAS

This patch also changes the cut off point for the PCL-5 instrument from 38
to 33. This affects the text that is displayed with using PCL-5 from a
reminder dialog. Recent PCL-5 results are now included in the PTSD
reminder dialogs.

The reports for Addiction Severity Index (ASI) and Seclusion/Restraints
have been updated to use the last 4 of the SSN instead of the full SSN.

A new option has been added to the YTQ MHA3 MENU called Instrument
Exchange. This allow updated instrument definititions to be loaded from a
file or web site and viewed or installed.
5OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service05-30-2017Adding updated docs and code for YS*5.01*121 T2
4OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service05-26-2017Adding updated docs and code for YS*5.01*12 T2
3OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service03-30-2017Adding updated docs and code
2OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service08-10-2016This revision provides an updated build (T7) for the patch bundle.

YS*5.01*119 is the main patch which adds the PCL-5 instrument and corrects some scoring issues.

GMTS*2.7*116 is a health summary patch that changes a routine in health summary so that it used a mental health API for obtaining the list of instruments.

PXRM*2.0*62 updates some clinical reminders and reminder dialogs so that they use PCL-5 instead of the older PCLC instrument.
1OIT EPMO EPMD ACOE Tools Operations Open Source Service01-26-2016

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