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Healthcare professionals can access tools for diagnosis, care planning, clinical trials and more below.
 





 

Direct Connect Rapid Referral

Rapid Referral is an easy way for healthcare professionals to link families to the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter. This free service offers your patients the benefit of confidential support and information necessary to navigate the non-medical challenges inherent with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Simply complete the one-page, HIPAA compliant form and fax it to our office or make an online referral now. 

The online form is secure and HIPAA compliant created through Mediprocity. Healthcare professionals can also download the Mediprocity app to your mobile device to submit referrals remotely. Prescribers (MD, PA, NP) can receive the app for free.

Once received, the Alzheimer's Association will contact the referred individual and assist with immediate needs. The Association will continue to serve the client with future needs as they arise.

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Healthcare Professionals’ Alzheimer’s Disease Pocketcard

Healthcare professionals can access vital clinical information, interactive assessment tools and patient resources.

Access the Pocketcard here>>

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Older Driver Safety & Reporting

The Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center is pleased to present a one-hour case study and training module on screening for memory impairment in older adults and the resources available in case of concern about unsafe operation of a motor vehicle.

This module is ideal for Missouri physicians, physician assistants, nurses and social workers who treat mature adult drivers who may potentially be affected by memory impairment.

The training module is offered through the collaboration of the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center at Washington University School of Medicine, the Department of Gerontology at the University of Missouri – Saint Louis, and the Missouri Department of Veteran Affairs. Funding for this project was provided by the Missouri Department of Motor Vehicles’ State and Community Highway Safety Grant Program. This training module aims to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes occurring on Missouri roadways and to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries with an emphasis on mature drivers.

Training is offered in one of two ways. You can choose to view the basic training video that does not grant CME credit, or you can opt to watch a version that will grant one hour of AMA Category 1™ continuing medical education credit.
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Free CME Course: Challenging Conversations about Dementia

Learn to confidently approach the detection, diagnostic and care-planning processes for your patients with cognitive impairment and dementia with this 75-minute course. Developed with primary care clinicians in mind, the course is composed of five modules and an additional resource compendium. Learners who complete at least one module, the post-test and evaluation are eligible to receive professional credit. 

Access the free course

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Rapid-Fire CME Activities


Test your knowledge of Alzheimer’s and other dementias through our quick and easy CME modules. Read the newsletter followed by a CME-approved test. Each module is estimated to take 15 minutes and is worth 0.25 credits.

New Diagnostic Criteria and Guidelines for Alzheimer’s Disease (CME credit no longer available)

Increasing Disclosure of Dementia Diagnosis (CME credit no longer available)

AAIC 2014 Research Highlights: New Data on Possible Protective Behaviors and Dementia Risk Factors 
(CME credit no longer available)

Differentiating Dementias (CME credit no longer available)

“My Mother Has Alzheimer’s Disease. Am I Next?” (available until June 22, 2018)

Medicare Coverage of Cognitive Impairment Care (available until June 15, 2019)

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