1 Site Manager Guide CMTS Care Management Tracking System University of Washington aims.uw.edu rev. 8/13/2018
2 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 1 SITE MANAGER ACCOUNT ROLE... 1 ACCESSING CMTS... 2 SITE NAVIGATION OVERVIEW... 2 SITE-WIDE FEATURES... 3 CASELOAD STATISTICS PAGE... 4 CASELOAD LIST PAGES... 5 REMINDERS PAGE... 7 MANAGING PROVIDER ACCOUNTS... 8 MANAGING PROVIDER ASSIGNMENTS... 8 MANAGING CLINIC ASSIGNMENTS CARE MANAGER CONTACT NOTES PATIENT SUMMARY PAGES MESSAGE BOARD ACCOUNT PREFERENCES SYSTEM TIMEOUT EXPORTING AND PRINTING DATA... 18
3 INTRODUCTION The Care Management Tracking System (CMTS) is a population-based care management registry designed to facilitate Collaborative Care by tracking treatment outcomes and prompting action founded on evidence-based clinical algorithms. Collaborative Care requires the coordination of a primary care provider, care manager, and psychiatric consultant, and is by definition patient-centered and accountable. In contrast to electronic health records that simply collect and store information, CMTS helps facilitate clinical decision making and program management. CMTS helps clinicians structure their encounters with patients, identify those who are not improving as expected, prompt changes in treatment as needed, and monitor a large caseload. Because it is webbased, the program has the ability to facilitate consultation from a mental health specialist even if the specialist is not on-site, a useful feature in rural or other resource-poor areas. CMTS enables coordination of care across health care providers and organization and helps program managers track the effectiveness of treatments across different providers and caseloads. SITE MANAGER ACCOUNT ROLE The site manager account is able to view caseload-level reports for providers at their site, as well as manage provider assignments and clinic assignments for patients. The site manager is given privileges to view protected health information including patient data, contact notes, reports, and statistics. Although CMTS patient data is not considered the legal medical record, this information should be treated with the same policies that apply to any other protected health information. Site manager accounts should be issued only to those who require this level of access to complete their duties. TIP: You should never share your username and password with another user. CMTS accounts should be unique to each person. On the login page, you will be prompted for your username and password. Your username and password will be issued to you by your Account Administrator. Account Administrators are responsible for setting and maintaining appropriate permissions for each account, including your site manager account. If you are unable to log in to CMTS, but you have the correct login information, it is possible that your account has been disabled. User accounts can be disabled manually by Account Administrators, or they can be automatically disabled after 5 incorrect login attempts or after 90 days of non-use. 1
4 ACCESSING CMTS Because CMTS is a web-based software application, it requires an internet connection (broadband is recommended), and one of the following internet browsers: Internet Explorer (version 8 or higher) Mozilla Firefox (version 4 or higher) Google Chrome (version 4 or higher) Safari (version 4 or higher) In the event that CMTS becomes unavailable, clinician will continue to see patients as usual. The screening tools and outcome measurement tools will be recorded on paper copies, or in the electronic medical record system. Data will be entered into CMTS when availability is reestablished. The PHQ-9 and GAD-7 screening tools are available at in a variety of languages. SITE NAVIGATION OVERVIEW The navigation toolbar is located in the black bar at the top of the screen. The toolbar is contextdependent, so the options that are available in the menu will depend on which patient is currently selected (if any). Basic patient information appears in a white box in the top-right corner of the page when a patient is selected. The following options appear in the navigation toolbar: Patient Menu These options are available only when a patient is selected: Patient Information Comments Encounter List Treatment History Clinical Dashboard PCP Summary These options are always available: Patient Summary Provider & Clinic List Appointment List Referral List Document List Search Patient 2
5 Delete Patient Caseload Menu Caseload List Caseload Statistics Tools Menu Reminders Appointment Calendar Message Board Print Preferences Password Access Log Providers Logout Sign out of your account when leaving your workstation to keep patient information secure. Search Patient This box is always visible in the navigation toolbar as a quick way to find patients using Patient ID or name. All matching patient records will be returned for patients assigned to your organization(s). SITE-WIDE FEATURES These features apply to all pages throughout CMTS. Sortable Lists: You can sort reports by clicking on the column header. Clicking once will sort from least recent to most recent, or in alphabetical order, and clicking again will sort in the opposite order. Tooltips: Hovering the cursor over the tooltip icons and features throughout CMTS. will display additional information about items Links to Patient Information: Clicking on a Patient ID Number or Patient Name will display the Clinical Dashboard page for that patient. This preference can be changed by navigating to Tools > Preferences. Required Fields: Indicated on questions with an asterisk (*). These questions must be answered before a form can be submitted. Add icons: Green plus icons can be clicked to add a new note or a new item. 3
6 Delete or Remove icons: Clicking these icons ( or ) will permanently delete the associated data or item. Information that was carried forward from one note to the next without changing is marked with a dagger symbol ( ). CASELOAD STATISTICS PAGE The Caseload Statistics page is the first page that appears each time you log in, and can also be accessed at any time by navigating to Caseload > Caseload Statistics. This report displays data summarized by Provider or Clinic Organization rather than by individual patient. With this information you can view the average status of patients at baseline and at their most recent visits, make comparisons between clinic vs. phone encounters, and identify which patients are not improving AND have not yet had a Psychiatric Consultation note entered. TIPS: Clicking any numbers that are blue links will allow you to drill-down and see the list of patients included in that particular calculation. Use the drop-down menu in the top-right corner to aggregate the report by provider, clinic, or organization. The columns # of Pt. and Mean # under Follow Up do not count notes marked as no session. The sum of all the rows in the # Pts column may be more than the All total in the bottom row. This is because a patient may be assigned to multiple clinics or providers, but will not be counted more than once in the All total in the bottom row. 4
7 CASELOAD LIST PAGES The Caseload List pages display an overview of all patients in a provider s caseload, allowing providers to manage populations and prevent patients from falling through the cracks. With these reports care managers can sort their caseload by score severity, identify which patients are not improving as expected, identify patients who may need discussion with a consultant, and find patients who are due for an appointment. TIP: You can view the caseload for any provider at your organization by selecting a name from the drop-down list located in the upper right-hand corner. To view the Caseload List pages, navigate to Caseload > Caseload Lists and choose one of the following categories: 1. New Patients: Displays all patients for the selected provider that have not yet had an Initial Assessment Note entered. 2. Active Patients: Displays all patients for the selected provider that are currently enrolled, including patients on a Relapse Prevention Plan. 3. Inactive Patients: Displays all patients for the selected provider that are currently discharged. 4. Custom Search: Displays a list of patients that can be filtered based on Patient ID, Membership Number, Enrollment Date, Discharge Date, First Name, Last Name, Care Manager, Site, Clinic, Flag, or Population. Select from the Report For: dropdown the provider whose caseload you want to view. Each of the Caseload List pages shows a summary of information listed in columns: 1. Flags: Can be toggled on and off from the Caseload List page by clicking the flag icon. Flags can also be turned on/off from within contact notes, or from the Clinical Dashboard page. Red Flag : Indicates that a patient has been flagged as a Safety Risk. Yellow Flag : Indicates that you wish to discuss this patient with a Psychiatrist Consultant. When a new Psychiatrist Consultation Note is entered for the patient, this flag is automatically unchecked. 5
8 2. Patient ID: Click to view the Clinical Dashboard page. You can customize this by navigating to Tools > Preferences. 3. Patient Name: Click to view the Clinical Dashboard page. Translator Icon appears by the Patient s name if a translator is required. Hovering your curser over the icon will indicate what language is needed. 4. Status: Newly Enrolled (E) Active Treatment (T) Relapse Prevention Plan (RPP) Discharged (D) 5. Clinical Measures: Records the first and last score entered for a patient in the current episode of care Score in the First column will appear gray if it is the only score entered for that patient Score in the Last column will have an asterisk (*) if it is older than the specifications for that clinical measure (ex: if the PHQ-9 is older than 30 days) Improvement indicator colors appear for patients that have been in treatment for a minimum period. The tooltip determined. in each column describes how the indicator colors are 6. Contacts: Date of most recent contact. Click to view the entire note. Initial Assessment Follow Up; excludes notes marked as no session Relapse Prevention Plan (RPP) Psychiatrist Consultation 7. # of Sessions: Counts the number of contact notes, including: Initial Contact, Follow Up, Relapse Prevention Plan, Psychiatrist Consultation, and Discharge notes. Does not count Contact Attempts, or notes marked as no session TIP: Notes can be marked as no session in the Session Location section at the bottom of each note. This allows providers to enter data when they did not actually speak with the patient, i.e. entering scores or medication data from a medical record. 6
9 8. Wks in Tx: number of weeks since the Initial Assessment note in the current episode of care. 9. Next Appointment: Displays the date of the next appointment scheduled for each patient. The date will turn red if the appointment date has passed and there has not been a note entered by the provider who originally made the appointment. REMINDERS PAGE The Reminders page displays overdue contact notes, overdue referrals, and upcoming appointments for care managers. It can be accessed by navigating to Tools > Reminders. Select a Care Manager s name from the drop-down menu in the top-right corner to see the list of reminders for that provider. Hover your mouse over the blue tooltip icons in the column header to see complete descriptions of how each reminder is triggered. TIP: Patients who have no reminders will not be listed on the Reminders Page. 1. Initial Assessment: If the Initial Assessment has not been entered seven days after the patient s Enrollment Date, a reminder will appear. If the Initial Assessment is more than 14 days overdue, the reminder text will turn from black to red. 2. Follow Up: The frequency of Follow Up Note reminders will vary for each patient depending on the latest PHQ-9 score severity, or an existing Relapse Prevention Plan. Hover your curser over the tooltip icon to see the specifications for your site. 3. Referral: Referrals for a patient should be closed within 28 days of being opened. The Referral reminder will turn red after 14 days of being overdue. 7
10 4. Next Appointment: Displays the date of the next appointment scheduled for each patient. The date will turn red if the appointment date has passed and there has not been a note entered by the provider who originally made the appointment. 5. Last Contact Attempt: Displays the date of the most recent contact attempt submitted for that patient. Contact attempts can be submitted by any provider. MANAGING PROVIDER ACCOUNTS To modify an existing provider account, navigate to Tools > Providers. Click on the person s name to: Change provider roles Update contact information Disable or re-enable the provider role Disabling Provider Accounts A provider account cannot be disabled if any active patients are currently assigned. A Care Manager or Site Manager at the clinic should transfer any active patients to another provider before proceeding (see the Managing Provider Assignments section). To disable a provider s login account, navigate to Tools > Providers. Search for the person and click on the user s name. At the bottom of the Provider Information section, change the Disabled button from No to Yes. Click the Update button to submit the changes. TIP: Once a provider s account has been disabled, that provider will no longer be displayed in the list of providers available for patient assignment. However, if the individual also has a user role that has not been disabled, their login account will remain active. MANAGING PROVIDER ASSIGNMENTS Providers are people who provide care to patients, either directly or through consultation. Providers can include care managers, primary care providers, psychiatric consultants, psychologists, and consultants. A person may have a User Account, a Provider Account, or both. The User Account allows the person to log in to CMTS. The Provider Account allows the person to have patients on their own caseload and have patient contact notes attributed to them. Managing Patient Provider Assignments 8
11 For existing patients, provider and clinic assignments are managed on the Provider & Clinic List page. Navigate to Patient > Provider & Clinic List. You will see a list of all providers and clinics currently assigned to the selected patient. You can also update provider assignments from the Clinical Dashboard under the Current Providers list in the Program Information section. Adding a Provider Assignment Select the appropriate type of provider (care manager, psychiatric consultant, etc.) using the Select new provider type menu. All providers of that type at your organization will be available for selection in the Select new provider name menu. Once the provider s name is selected, click Assign. This process can be repeated to add multiple providers to the patient s care team. Patients will appear on the Caseload List and Reminders pages for all providers assigned to them. Removing a Provider Assignment Click the Deactivate icon to remove provider assignments. A dialogue box will appear to confirm this action. After selecting OK, the provider will be deactivated. Patients will no longer appear on the Caseload List and Reminders pages for past providers. Past providers can be displayed by clicking the check box located in the section header, titled Show all providers including past providers. TIP: Deactivated Providers will still appear on reports (such as the Caseload Statistics page) if there are any active patients still assigned to them, but will not appear if there are no active patients assigned. Transferring a Patient to a New Provider To transfer a patient from one provider s caseload to another, remove the assignment for the existing provider, and add an assignment for the new provider following the instructions above. Adding New Providers If a provider s name is not listed, there are a few different ways to add providers to your organization. If the person will need login access to CMTS you will need to contact your Account Administrator so that they can create a user account for that individual. 9
12 Add a New Provider from the Provider Page Navigate to Tools > Provider to add a new Provider to the list. 1. You must make a preliminary Quick Search for the provider before adding them. This helps avoid creating duplicate listings. 2. Any providers matching your search will be listed. At the bottom of the list, the Add icon will appear. 3. Click the Add icon to see the form where the new provider s information can be entered. 4. Under the Provider Information heading, answer Yes to the question Provides Care to Patients? This allows the person to have patients assigned to their caseload. The type of provider can be specified using the checkboxes within this section. TIP: Be sure to answer YES to the Provides Care to Patients question for Care Managers and Psychiatric Consultants that will be providing care to patients. If this step is omitted, the person will not be able to assign patients to their caseload because their name will not appear as an option when enrolling new patients or entering contact notes. 5. A specific role can be assigned using the checkboxes under this section of the form. 6. Once submitted, the new provider will be visible on the Providers page. Patients at your organization(s) may now be assigned to this provider. 10
13 MANAGING CLINIC ASSIGNMENTS For existing patients, provider and clinic assignments are managed on the Provider & Clinic List page. Navigate to Patient > Provider & Clinic List. You will see a list of all providers and clinics currently assigned to the selected patient. To assign the selected patient to a new clinic, select an option from the Select New Clinic drop-down menu. This menu displays all clinics within your organization. Once you click the Assign button, the patient will be assigned to the new clinic. Newly assigned clinics are automatically designated as the patient s primary clinic. If this is incorrect, select the blue Update text for the clinic you would like to set as the patient s primary clinic, and select the Set as Primary Box. Removing Clinic Assignment To remove a patient s clinic assignment, select the deactivate icon next to the clinic. The inactive clinic will now appear in the Past Clinics list. This icon will only appear if a patient is assigned to multiple clinics, because each patient must always be assigned to at least one clinic. To view past clinic assignments, select the Show all clinics including past clinics check box. Inactive assignments will appear grey. Reactivating Clinic Assignment To reactivate a clinic assignment, simply re-add the clinic using the Select New Clinic drop down menu. 11
14 CARE MANAGER CONTACT NOTES The following sections describe the types of contact notes entered by Care Managers during patient visits. Initial Assessment Note The Initial Assessment note is completed during the first encounter with the patient after enrollment. It contains sections for collecting information about a patient s current mental health status and treatment history. Reviewing this note will help you see the patient s status at the beginning of treatment, so that you can make a recommendation if the patient has been flagged for consultation, or has not been improving as expected. Follow-Up Note The Follow-Up Note is similar to the Initial Assessment Note, but without questions about patient history that are specific to the first encounter. Reviewing these notes will allow you to drill down to specific details about the patient s treatment history. Care Plan Patients Care Plans are completed and monitored in Follow Up notes at each subsequent visit. The CMTS Care Plan supports a range of medical and behavioral health problems and their associated treatment goals. Reviewing a Patient s Care Plan will allow you to see a patient s problem/need, target outcome measure, current interventions, timeframe, personal goals, barriers, and strengths, as well as progress throughout treatment. Relapse Prevention Plan 12
15 The Relapse Prevention Plan (RPP) is completed by the Care Manager when the patient is in the maintenance phase and is ready for less frequent follow up visits OR when the patient is being discharged from treatment. Once an RPP note has been entered, follow up reminders may decrease in frequency, as described in the tooltip on the Reminders page. Contact Attempt Note Psychiatric Consultants can use Contact Attempt notes to document attempted phone calls to the patient, such as a voic message. PATIENT SUMMARY PAGES Encounter List Page To view a patient s Encounter List, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then navigate to Patient > Encounter List. The Encounter List displays all contacts during the course of treatment, including Initial Assessment Notes, Follow-Up Notes, Psychiatric Consultation Notes, Relapse Prevention Plan Notes, Discharge Notes, and Contact Attempts. Clicking any date for will open that note, so you can view information. Treatment History Page To view a patient s Treatment History page, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then navigate to Patient > Treatment History. The Treatment History page displays a summary of information including Diagnoses, Contact History, a Patient Progress graph, and Referrals. 13
16 The Contacts section displays one row for each note, not including Contact Attempts. Click any date to view the complete note. The Weeks in Tx column shows how many weeks the patient had been in treatment, i.e. the number of weeks elapsed since the Initial Assessment note. The Current Medications column shows which medications the patient was taking at the date of each visit. Medications that carried forward from the previous note without changing are marked with a dagger symbol ( ). PCP / Patient Summary Pages These summary pages include a synopsis of patient information intended for use by the PCP or Patient. Common uses for these summary pages are: The Patient Summary page can be printed and given to the patient at the end of each visit. The PCP Summary page can be copy-and-pasted into an Electronic Medical Record or printed and given to the PCP as a tool to facilitate discussion about a patient. To view a patient s Summary pages, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then use the navigation toolbar to select the appropriate option from the Patient menu. 14
17 Document List Page The Document List page allows Care Managers to upload and store documents for easy access by all providers assigned to that patient. To view a patient s Document List page, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then navigate to Patient > Document List. Referrals Patient referrals to outside agencies are tracked and managed on the Referral List page. To view a patient s Referral List, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then navigate to Patient > Referral List. Any existing referrals will be displayed with the following information: Referral Date: date referral was made Referring Provider: provider the referral is made to Type: type of referral Detail: any additional notes Status: options include Pending (an open referral), or Closed. Changing the Referral Status to Closed will prevent additional reminders from occurring for this Referral. Closed Date: date the referral was closed Appointment Calendar The Appointment List page gives the ability to track and schedule patient appointments on an appointment list and calendar. To view upcoming appointments for a specific patient, confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, and navigate to Patient > Appointment List. TIP: To view a specific provider s Appointment Calendar, including scheduled visits with ALL patients, navigate to Tools > Appointment Calendar and select the provider in the drop down on the upper-right corner. Clinical Dashboard The Clinical Dashboard page contains ALL data that has been recorded for a patient. Other than the Caseload List page, most of a Care Manager s work can be done from the Clinical Dashboard. There are several ways to navigate to a patient s Clinical Dashboard: Confirm that the appropriate patient is selected in the white summary box on the upper-right corner of the screen, then navigate to Patient > Clinical Dashboard. 15
18 Click on a patient s name or Patient ID number from the Caseload List page. Navigating the Clinical Dashboard To make this large amount of data more manageable, the page is divided into sections which can be toggled on and off using the buttons on the left-hand side of the page. The sections that are on are visible on the right side of the page. By default, the six sections visible each time you navigate to the Clinical Dashboard include: Current Concerns, Medications, Clinical Measures, Formulations and Diagnosis, Care Plan, and Referrals. TIP: You can customize the sections that are turned on by default each time you visit the Clinical Dashboard page by setting your preferences. Navigate to Tools > Preferences. Viewing Patient History in the Clinical Dashboard As new notes are entered for a patient, historical information will remain available in the Clinical Dashboard, allowing you to track changes over time. To see the dated history log for most items, click on a History button on the section heading. Reminders in the Clinical Dashboard 16
19 Reminders and current patient status information appears in the bottom-left side of the Clinical Dashboard. Reminders: Appear if the patient is overdue to be seen. The same reminders appear on the Reminders page. Last Contact: Information about the most recent Contact Note entered for the patient. Next Appointment: Contains information for the next appointment date. If the next appointment for the patient has passed and there is not an accompanying note entered on or after the appointment date by the scheduled provider, the text will turn red. Flags: Indicates if any provider has flagged this patient for discussion during the next Psychiatric Consultation, and if the patient is a safety risk. These flags also appear on the Caseload List page and on Contact Notes. Status: Indicates the current status of the patient as: Enrolled: If the patient has not yet had an Initial Assessment Note entered In Treatment: If the patient is in treatment Relapse Prevention Plan: If the patient has a Relapse Prevention Plan note with no End Date recorded. Discharged: If a Discharge Note has been entered 17
20 MESSAGE BOARD Navigate to Tools > Message Board to post a new message or to view messages posted by other Site Managers or Account Administrators. The posting section allows you to title your message, and customize the formatting of your message text. Most importantly, in the All Recipients field, you can designate which users can view the message. Users will see a red notification on their Reminders page when a new message has been posted. ACCOUNT PREFERENCES The Preferences page allows you to customize several options for your CMTS account. To view the Account Preferences page, use the navigation toolbar to select Tools > Preferences. Customizable options include: Number of Records per Page: how many patient records show on Caseload Lists pages First Page after Login: which page you see first each time you log in Page after Clicking on Patient ID: which page you are directed to upon clicking on any Patient ID link Diagnosis Sort Method: determines how patient diagnoses are sorted on the Clinical Dashboard: alphabetically, chronologically, or both Medication Sort Method: determines how the medication lists are sorted for Prior and Current Medication sections alphabetically, chronologically, or both Calendar options: manage the calendar view on the Appointment List page SYSTEM TIMEOUT As a security measure, you will be automatically logged out of after 30 minutes of inactivity. Any partially completed note can be retrieved using the Autosave function described in the Autosave section of this document. EXPORTING AND PRINTING DATA Export as Text While viewing (not editing) any Contact Note, the Export as Text button will appear at the top of the page. Click this button to strip all formatting from the note and display the information as unformatted text. This feature allows you to easily copy-and- paste information from CMTS to an EHR or another platform. 18
21 Printing from CMTS For best results when printing from CMTS, use the built-in Print function, not the print function in your browser. To access the built-in CMTS print function, navigate to Tools > Print. 19
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