DA Form 5441-9 Evaluation of Clinical Privileges - Podiatry

DA Form 5441-9 or the "Evaluation Of Clinical Privileges - Podiatry" is a Department of the Army-issued form used by and within the United States Military.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DD form 5441-9 - was last revised on February 1, 2004. Download an up-to-date DA Form 5441-9 down below in PDF-format or look it up on the Army Publishing Directorate website.

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EVALUATION OF CLINICAL PRIVILEGES - PODIATRY
For use of this form, see AR 40-68; the proponent agency is OTSG.
1. NAME OF PROVIDER
2. RANK/GRADE
3. PERIOD OF EVALUATION
(Last, First, MI)
(YYYYMMDD)
FROM
TO
4. DEPARTMENT/SERVICE
5. FACILITY
(Name and Address: City/State/ZIP Code)
INSTRUCTIONS: Evaluation of clinical privileges is based on the provider's demonstrated patient management abilities
appropriate to this discipline, and his/her competence to perform the various technical skills and procedures indicated
below. All privileges applicable to this provider will be evaluated. For procedures listed, line through and initial any
criteria/applications that do not apply. The privilege approval code (see corresponding DA Form 5440) will be entered in
the left column titled "CODE" for each category or individual privilege. Those with an approval code of "4" or "5" will be
marked "Not Applicable". Any rating that is "Unacceptable" must be explained in SECTION II - "COMMENTS". Comments on
this evaluation must be taken into consideration as part of the provider's reappraisal/renewal of clinical privileges and
appointment/reappointment to the medical staff.
SECTION I - DEPARTMENT/SERVICE CHIEF EVALUATION
UN-
NOT
CODE
PRIVILEGE CATEGORY
ACCEPTABLE
ACCEPTABLE
APPLICABLE
Category I clinical privileges
Category II clinical privileges
Category III clinical privileges
AREAS OF FOOT PATHOLOGY
a. General Practice
b. Foot Surgery
(1) Common Podiatric Surgical Procedures
(Specify in list which follows)
(2) Complex Reconstructive Surgery
(Specify in list which follows)
c. Podiatric Dermatology
d. Foot Orthopedics
e. Podopediatrics
f. Podogeriatrics
g. X-Ray Services (Interpretation)
COMMON PODIATRIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES
SKIN
a. Digital syndactylism
b. Excision of cutaneous lesions, benign
c. Excision of soft tissue lesions, cysts
d. Grafts (simple, rotational, pedicle flap)
e. Plastic revisions (forefoot)
f. Removal of foreign body
g. Toenail procedures
NERVES
a. Decompression (posterior tibial nerve) tarsal tunnel
b. Decompression sinus tarsi
c. Excision of neuroma
TENDONS
a. Capsulotomy, midfoot with or without tendon lengthening
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DA FORM 5441-9, FEB 2004
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