These tools may help manage patient population within your practice:
Pediatric Care Plan (English | Spanish)
Four-page customizable form for a pediatric care plan. Allows for inclusion of all pertinent current and historic, medical and social aspects of a child and family's needs.
Action Plan Template (English | Spanish)
One-page customizable document which allows the clinician and family to list next steps in the care process while detailing who is responsible for each referral, test, evaluation or other follow up activity.
Emergency Plan Template (English | Spanish)
Blank Emergency Form
Two customizable forms which provide suggested disease management actions in case a patient has a medical emergency.
Constructing an Asthma Registry
Step-by-step instructions to create a registry for children with asthma using Microsoft Excel or Access.
Creating Patient Registries
This document, created by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, serves as a guide to the design, implementation, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of the quality of a patient registry.
Registries Made Simple
Detailed step-by-step instructions on how to set up a patient registry from the journal of Family Practice Management.
This evidence-based schedule guides pediatric clinicians in necessary screenings and assessments recommended during each well-child visit from infancy through adolescence.
Training Courses for Excel
Creating a patient registry does not require the presence of Electronic Health Records (EHR) within a practice. Practices can use Excel and other easily accessible computer programs to organize patient data. Microsoft Excel tutorials can assist practices to create patient registries.
Patient Population Management Through Empanelment
Empanelment is one strategy to effectively manage a patient population by assigning individual patients to specific primary care providers. This ensures continuity of care. This collection of resources includes an implementation guide to assist with this strategy.
Improving Preventive Care In Your Office: Tools for Office Improvement
These Bright Futures training and implementation resources provide tools and suggestions for practices to establish preventive services prompting systems and establish/refine recall and reminder systems in order to increase the efficiency of population management within a practice.