Resource List

Title Source Date
Incentives for Physicians to Pursue Primary Care in the ACA Era AMA Journal of Medicine July 2015
Testimony of Matt Salo Before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce National Association of Medicaid Directors June 2015
Oregon's Health System Transformation Oregon Health Authority June 2015
Experiences and Attitudes of Primary Care Providers Under the First Year of ACA Coverage Expansion The Kaiser Family Foundation June 2015
No Place to Call Home — Policies to Reduce ED Use in Medicaid New England Journal of Medicine June 2015
Oral Health: An Essential Component of Primary Care Safety Net Medical Home Initiative June 2015
The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Uncompensated Care Costs: Early Results and Policy Implications for States Robert Wood Johnson Foundation June 2015
The Arkansas Payment Improvement Initiative: Early Perceptions of Multi-Payer Reform in a Fragmented Provider Landscape American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
Lessons From CareMore: A Stepping Stone to Stronger Primary Care of Frail Elderly Patients The American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
Patient-Centered Teamwork in Care Transitions American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
The Promise and Pitfalls of Alternative State Approaches to Medicaid Reform The Commonwealth Fund June 2015
Experts Discuss Medicare’s New Oncology Care Model The American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
Anthem ACOs Targeting Chronically-Ill PPO Population Improve Patient Health, Save $7.9 Million in 1 Year Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield June 2015
Where are the Primary Care Doctors? Citizens Research Council of Michigan June 2015
Development and validation of the Medical Home Care Coordination Survey for assessing care coordination in the primary care setting from the patient and provider perspectives BioMed Central June 2015
Impact of a patient-centered medical home on veterans’ experience of care American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
Effects of a Medical Home and Shared Savings Intervention on Quality and Utilization of Care JAMA Internal Medicine June 2015
A Prevention Prescription for Improving Health and Health Care in America Bipartisan Policy Center May 2015
Peer For Progress -Primary Care Resources Peers for Progress May 2015
Peer Support in the Patient-Centered Medical Home and Primary Care Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative May 2015
Kentucky Lowers Costs, Enhances Care with H2U PR Newswire May 2015
Status of State Action on the Medicaid Expansion Decision The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation May 2015
Results From a National Survey on Chronic Care Management by Health Plans American Journal of Managed Care May 2015
Connecticut medical practices collaborating with Cigna are having success improving quality and lowering medical costs Cigna May 2015
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) California Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
New Legislation to Transform Medicare Physician Payment American Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
Health IT–Enabled Care Coordination: A National Survey of Patient-Centered Medical Home Clinicians Annals of Family Medicine May 2015
A bridge to better health Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island May 2015
More Comprehensive Care Among Family Physicians is Associated with Lower Costs and Fewer Hospitalizations Annals of Family Medicine May 2015
Medicaid Primary Care Pay Parity American College of Physicians May 2015
Goodbye, Sustainable Growth Rate—Hello, Merit-Based Incentive Payment System May 2015
Supporting Family Caregivers in New Jersey: Expressed Needs for Help Providing Home and Community-Based Care Rutgers Center for Health Policy May 2015
Medicaid Primary Care Parity Health Affairs Blog May 2015
When Practice Transformation Impedes Practice Improvement Annals of Family Medicine May 2015
FAQ on Medicare Payment Reform American Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
Association of Pioneer Accountable Care Organizations vs Traditional Medicare Fee for Service With Spending, Utilization, and Patient Experience JAMA May 2015
Brown & Toland Physicians Continues to Improve Quality and Lower Costs Through Cigna Collaborative Care Program Cigna April 2015
Associations Between Practice-Reported Medical Homeness and Health Care Utilization Among Publicly Insured Children Academic Pediatrics April 2015
Effects of Health Care Payment Models on Physician Practice in the United States Rand Corporation April 2015
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), H.R. 2 American College of Physicians April 2015
Community Care of North Carolina Finds Success With Transitional Care AAFP News April 2015
Asking the Patient About Patient-Centered Medical Homes: A Qualitative Analysis Springer Link April 2015
H.R.2 - Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 Congress.gov April 2015
Slides: How SGR repeal will change Medicare physician payments The Advisory Board April 2015
Results from the First Two Years of the Pioneer Accountable Care Organization Model Government Accountability Office April 2015
Pediatricians Applaud Passage of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act American Academy of Pediatrics April 2015
Reduced Acute Inpatient Care Was Largest Savings Component Of Geisinger Health System’s Patient-Centered Medical Home Health Affairs April 2015
Michigan’s Fee-For-Value Physician Incentive Program Reduces Spending And Improves Quality In Primary Care Health Affairs April 2015
Making Multipayer Reform Work: What Can Be Learned From Medical Home Initiatives Health Affairs April 2015
Care Coordination Program For Washington State Medicaid Enrollees Reduced Inpatient Hospital Costs Health Affairs April 2015
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