1. Utilize current evidence-based guidelines and DSM-5 criteria to diagnose and evaluate ADHD in symptomatic adults.
2. Screen all adults diagnosed with ADHD for other primary conditions or comorbidities.
3. Develop a collaborative care plan that includes multimodal interventions of other concomitant conditions and comorbidities, as well as pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic interventions to manage ADHD.
4. Establish patient-centered protocols to monitor adults with ADHD for signs of diversion and misuse of stimulant medication.
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