Presentation on theme: "The Interview Record Released 2007 Loading Directions Prior to beginning this program it is highly recommended that you have printed copies of the Interview."— Presentation transcript:
Directions Prior to beginning this program it is highly recommended that you have printed copies of the Interview Record, the Instructions and the Codes List available for review as you go through this training. Skip Directions and go to Menu
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Goals of Interview Record: To improve the quality of information gathered in order to enhance disease intervention efforts. To incorporate standardized variables for improved data collection and analysis of patient behaviors. To provide a single standardized form for the management of STD and HIV cases. NEXT
Benefits of the 2007 Interview Record Reduces the number of case management forms by incorporating the Original Patient Information Sheet into the Interview Record. Improves HIV/AIDS case management through more comprehensive data collection and analysis. Ensures complete and consistent gathering of case information for improved intervention outcomes. NEXT
Benefits of the 2007 Interview Record Dedicated area for interviewer comments. Devoted spaces for DIS’ case management plans and supervisor’s comments. Updated variables to better relate to current trends in STD/HIV cases. NEXT
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The Patient ID Document the patient ID number for this person 1212 1212 Special Note: The Patient ID will be a locally generated identification number. It may be the patient’s medical record number or clinic number. Each program will determine what will be used for this field.
Conditions Document the specific code(s) for the condition(s), or diseases, interviewed and/or diagnosed Special Note 2: Space is provided for two conditions to be documented should the patient being interviewed be diagnosed with two infections. 1212 1212 Special Note 1: Codes for the Condition(s) field, as well as all other codes fields, can be found on Codes List.
Neurological Involvement: Document the appropriate response: Yes – Confirmed, Yes – Probable, No, or Unknown 1212 1212
Case ID Document the case ID number for the corresponding conditions 1212 1212 Special Note: Case IDs or numbers will continue to be determined and assigned by local programs.
1212 1212 Lot # Locally assigned number utilized by the Lot System in order to group related cases for better case management. Special Note: Related cases should share the same Lot Number.
Interview Record ID Document the interview record number for this case. Special Note: This is frequently used by computer systems for linking cases within a database.
Name Document the patient’s last, first and middle names, including known aliases or nicknames
Address List complete address where the patient currently resides. Make sure to include apartment number, city county, state and zip code Special Note: If currently institutionalized (jail, group home, mental health facility, etc) do not document the address unless the condition was acquired there
Living With Document the relationship(s) of those living with the patient. (spouse, sibling, roommate, parents, etc.) Special Note: The names of those identified in this area should be documented in the Interview Comments section on page 5.
Residence Type List appropriate code for type of residence for the address listed above
Time At Address Document the length of time the patient has lived at the current address in (w) weeks, (m) months, or (y) years Special Note: If the patient has lived at more than one location during the Interview Period, other addresses are to be documented in the Interview/Investigation Comments section of the Interview Record.
Currently Institutionalized? Mark appropriate box, Y-yes, N-No, U- Unknown. List the name of the facility and type of institution
Phone/Contact List all phone numbers where the patient might be reached including any email addresses. Include emergency contact name, phone number and relationship to patient
Date of Birth Document the patient’s date of birth Age Document the patient’s age at the time of initial exam for the earliest condition reported on this interview record. Document ‘0' if age is less than one year or ’999' if unknown.
Sex at Birth and Current Gender Indicate the patient’s gender at birth as well as what gender the patient currently identifies him/herself
Marital Status Mark appropriate box indicating martial status at the time of the interview or morbidity report
Hispanic or Latino Mark appropriate box to identify the ethnic group the patient self identifies
Race Mark as many boxes as applicable which the patient self identifies
English Speaking? Mark the appropriate box to indicate if the patient can speak/understand English. Document the patient’s primary language if it is not English
Pregnant at Exam Mark appropriate box to indicate the patient’s pregnancy status at initial exam. If the patient was pregnant at the time of the initial exam document duration of pregnancy in weeks. Special Note: If the patient’s condition is syphilis and she answers ‘Yes’ to this question, complete the Congenital Syphilis Form according to local practices/procedures.
Pregnant at Interview Mark appropriate box to indicate the patient’s pregnancy status at the time of Interview. If the patient was pregnant at the time of the interview, document the duration of the pregnancy in weeks at interview. If the duration of the pregnancy is not known, document the patient’s best estimate. Special Note: If the patient’s condition is syphilis and she answers ‘Yes’ to this question, complete the Congenital Syphilis Form according to local practices/procedures.
Currently in Prenatal Care? Mark appropriate box to indicate whether the patient is receiving/received prenatal care for this pregnancy.
Pregnant in the Past 12 Months Determine if the patient has been pregnant during the last 12 months and place an “X” in the appropriate box. Special Note: If currently pregnant, a “Yes” answer indicates that the patient had another pregnancy within the past 12 months, not including her current pregnancy.
Pregnancy Outcome If pregnant in the last 12 months, place an “X” in the appropriate box to indicate the outcome of that pregnancy.
Page 1 Special Note: For patients with two conditions, space is provided to document key information about each condition. Condition 1 Condition 2 NEXT 1212 1212 Condition 1 Condition 2
Method of Case Detection For each condition, use the appropriate code from the code list to document how the patient first came to the attention of the health department.
OP Condition If Patient Referred Partner, Health Department Referred Partner, or Cluster Related is selected as Method of Case Detection, indicate the Index patient’s Condition Code (i.e., 710, 720, etc.) and Case ID Number in the space provided if known.
Type Facility First Tested Document the specific type of facility code where the patient was first tested for each condition.
Date of Laboratory Report Document the date that the first laboratory report related to each condition was received. Special Note: If subsequent lab results are available, they should be documented on page 3 in the STD Testing section.
Interviewed? Mark appropriate box if patient was not interviewed and document the specific reason why.
Interviewed Period Record the Interview Period in whole months. If the Interview Period used had a part of a month (Primary Syphilis – 4 months and 1 week) round UP to the next full month.
Place of Interview Mark specific location code where the interview took place for each condition
PEMS ID Document the PEMS site ID of the location of the original interview. Special Note: This field is for HIV/AIDS cases only
Date First Assigned for Interview Mark the date the case was initially assigned for interview and the worker number of the DIS to whom it was assigned for each condition
Date Reassigned for Interview If the case is reassigned to another DIS, indicate the date the case was reassigned for interview and the worker number of the new DIS to whom it was reassigned.
Date Original Interview Document the date of the initial interview and the worker number of the DIS that performed the interview for each condition
Date First Re-Interview Document the date for the first re-interview and the worker number of the DIS that performed the re-interview for each condition Special Note: ALL re-interview should also be documented on page 4 with the names of the partners and suspect initiated during each re-interview. If no partners or suspects were initiated, NCI (for No Contacts Initiated) should be written in the field for Name.
Date Case Closed Document the date of case closure along with the worker numbers of the investigating DIS and Supervisor
Imported Case Place an “X” in the appropriate box imported case refers to a case that was acquired outside the jurisdiction where the patient resides. If the case was imported, list city, county, state, and/or country Special Note: An example might be a primary case of syphilis who moved to the area just two weeks ago.
Place Met Partners Document the codes for the types of places where the patient met sex partners List names or descriptions of places the patient goes to meet sex partners
Places had Sex Document the codes and descriptions for the types of places where the patient had sex with partners
Partners in the Last 12 Months Document the number of female, male, and transgender partners claimed by the patient Special Note: This includes initiated partners, marginal partners, and anonymous partners. Select ‘unknown’ if patient is unsure or ‘refused’ if the patient would not answer the question. Document “0” if there are no partners for corresponding gender field.
Interview Period Partners Document the total number (includes initiated partners, marginal partners, and anonymous partners) of female, male, and transgender sex partners claimed during the established Interview Period
Partner/Custer Information Space is provided to document information on up to 5 Partners and/or Clusters who are initiated. NEXT Special Note 2: Marginal Partners (those partners with insufficient information to initiate) should NOT be documented here. Space for Marginal Partners is provided on Page 5. Special Note 1: If more than 5 partners, suspects or associates are initiated, another copy of Page 4 should be used.
NEXT Contact Initiated from Original Interview Suspect Initiated from Original Interview Associate Initiated from Cluster Interview Contact Initiated from Re-Interview Special Note: Along with partners and suspects initiated from the Original Interview, Re-interview and cluster activities should be documented (each in a separate section). Special Note: Clusters must be identified specifically during an interview activity (Original Interview, Re-interview, or Cluster Interview). Those identified from field screenings or other screening events should not be initiated as clusters.
Name Document the Last and First name, including aliases, if known
Jurisdiction Document the county, state or county code or name for where the partner/cluster resides
P/CI Document the appropriate identifier code for type of Partner or Cluster
Exposure to Original Patient Document the date of the first and last sexual/needle-sharing exposure and frequency to the index patient.
Sex of the Partner or Cluster Place an “X” in the appropriate box to indicate the gender of partner or cluster as identified by the person being interviewed
Pregnant Document if this partner/cluster is identified as being pregnant
Spouse Document if this partner/cluster is the Index patient’s spouse
IX Date Document the date the original interview, re- interview or cluster interview was performed Special Note: Information documented in this section for Condition 1 and Condition 2 should correspond with Condition 1 and Condition 2 from Page 1.
Init. Date (Initiation Date) Document the date this partner/cluster was initiated for field investigation
IX DIS (Interview DIS) Document the worker number of the DIS who conducted the interview for each condition
IX Type (Interview Type) Document the type of interview that was the source of the partner/cluster information
Referral Indicate how initiated partners and clusters are brought to examination and/or treatment.
FR # (Field Record Number) Document the entire field record number(s) for the partner/cluster initiated. The number may be generated by a software system
Dispo (Disposition) Document the STD or HIV disposition code from the field record for each condition Dispo Date (Disposition Date) Document the appropriate date as it relates to the examination or treatment situation for each condition
Cond (Condition) If partner/cluster is dispositioned as infected, previously or currently, document the diagnosis code for the condition
DIS # Document the worker number of the DIS who brought this partner or cluster to disposition for each condition
SO/SP (Source/Spread) Document “SO” for source of condition for the index patient or “SP” for spread from the index partner Special Note 1: Source or spread should only be documented for infected partners. Special Note 2: If partner condition is not related to the Index patient, document “U” (Unrelated) in the box. If it is unknown whether a partner condition is related to the Index patient, document “UN” (Unknown) in the box. Do not mark a box if adetermination has not been made.
Marginal Partners Document the name, sex, age, race, height, weight, hair (description) exposure history, and location information for those partners named by the index patient with limited information to initiate NEXT
Interview/Investigation Comments Document any additional information not included in the interview record, such as the attitude of the patient and/or note any inconsistencies during the interview NEXT
Travel History and Internet Use Document travel that occurred within the interview period, include place, dates, reason for travel and companions. Also document any related internet use information such as email addresses and user names NEXT
Date Submitted Document the appropriate date when the DIS submitted the Interview Record for initial review to supervisor Initial Review Date Document the appropriate date when the DIS Supervisor initially reviewed the Interview Record NEXT
Supervisory Comments The initial review and subsequent reviews by the supervisor and/or response to DIS comment(s) should be dated and documented NEXT
Congratulations! You have completed the training for the 2007 version of the Interview Record. We recommend that you keep a copy of the Instructions and Codes readily available for quick reference. Return to Menu or press Esc to end
INTERVIEW IMPACT Interview Format Introduction Patient Assessment Disease Intervention Behaviors Conclusion During the Partner Elicitation portion of the interview DIS should begin by asking a broad question such as “How many partners have you had since you began having sex?”. After obtaining an estimated number, the DIS should then ask the patient for the number of partners the patient had in the last 12 months and what gender they were. The DIS then should ask for the number of partners the patient had during the predetermined Interview Period.
INTERVIEW IMPACT Interview Format Introduction Patient Assessment Disease Intervention Behaviors Conclusion When discussing who the OP lives with in the Patient Assessment section of the interview, note the names and relationships given by the OP and pursue initiating them during the Partner/Cluster Elicitation portion of the Disease Intervention section of the Interview. Keep in mind that these may be sex partners, suspects, or, at very least, good candidates for Cluster Interviews to obtain more information about the OP.
INTERVIEW IMPACT Interview Format Introduction Patient Assessment Disease Intervention Behaviors Conclusion During the Medical portion of the Patient Assessment section, DIS should routinely discuss medical procedures that have changed the patient’s gender.
INTERVIEW IMPACT Interview Format Introduction Patient Assessment Disease Intervention Behaviors Conclusion During the Patient Assessment section, DIS should discuss the behaviors noted on Page 2 of the Interview Record and take note as to whether the patient was involved in these behaviors in the last 3 months as well as in the last 12 months.