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Supporting Care Coordination within the PCMH model

 Discussion of key ingredients of population health and disease management that support the PCMH. This includes Protected Health Information (PHI) tools that can support the medical home as well as information systems for PCMH care coordination.

Leadership Tools To Meet The Adaptive Challenges Of PCMH Transformation

The demands for transformation in primary care are high. Clinician leaders and administrative partners lead this change, but their usual methods are better suited to technical adjustment than adaptive challenge. This is the story of implementing a practical set of leadership tools robust enough to embrace change and actively involve the entire organization in its own transformation. Speakers: Macaran A.

Managing High-Risk Patients in ACOs

Webinar took place Monday, February 13, 2012 from 2:00-3:00pm ET entitled "Managing High-Risk Patients in ACOs". Chad Boult, MD, MPH, MBA, described the Guided Care model and discuss how it can work within accountable care organizations (ACOs) to reduce health service utilization while improving the quality of care and provider satisfaction.

Innovation in the Medical Home: How Mobile and Social Technologies Can Accelerate Health Behavior Changes

"Innovation in the Medical Home: How Mobile and Social Technologies Can Accelerate Health Behavior Changes". Co-sponsored by the Center for eHealth Information Adoption and Exchange, the Mobile Task Force, the Center for Consumer Engagement and the Behavioral Health Task Force, the webinar will feature Joseph Cafazzo, Ph.D., from the University of Toronto's Centre for Global eHealth Innovation. Some of the highlights of Dr.

Interdisciplinary Training Your Workforce to Promote Integrated Care

Dr. Barbara Cubic, associate professor, psychologist and co-director of the Eastern Virginia Medical School Clinical Psychology Internship Program discuss the role of interdisciplinary training in creating a workforce equipped to provided integrated care within patient centered medical homes.Barbara Ann Cubic, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) with joint appointments in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Family and Community Medicine.

Engagement and Innovations: Lesson Community Transformation

 Hear from our two speakers as they discuss the how community collaboration, partnerships and engagement are promoting patient-centered medical home and continuous transformation in care delivery in New Jersey. Kevin Maher, Director Clinical Innovation from  Horizon Healthcare Innovation, a subsidiary of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey whose mission is to change and improve the health care system. Mr. Maher is responsible for the creation and launch of the various pilots with our providers, consumers and hospital.  Dr. Bob Eidus,  a board certified family physician.

Medication Management as a Critical Component in Coordinated Care Systems

You are invited to hear Dr. Brian Isetts, professor, pharmacist and Policy Fellow with the CMS Innovation Center share what is happening at CMS in the area of Comprehensive Medication Management as a critical component in coordinated care systems, including a view of the inter-agency collaborations, key priorities and how we can continue to collaborate closely with CMS.  Following the talk there will be a Q and A period.

Affinity's Medical Home Journey - Operational, Clinical, and Financial Perspectives

How do you take a major concept—the medical home—and successfully roll it out to a medical group with more than 1,000 employees and 26 locations? After more than a year of research and planning, Affinity Medical Group launched its first medical home pilot site in 2009. Looking for creative, local solutions to the national shortage of primary care physicians and dedicated to continuously improving quality, outcomes, and patient satisfaction, Affinity chose the medical home.

Health Information Technology and the PCMH Model for Indian Health

American Indians and Alaskan Native people face high rates of illness, disability and death from chronic and preventable diseases. In 2008, the Indian Health Service launched the Improving Patient Care (IPC) program to address these health disparities. The Indian Health Service is also adopting primary care medical homes to focus on delivery of patient-centered care. Learn more about how health information technology helps support the Indian Health Service medical homes and other healthcare programs.

Patient-Centered Medical Home Infrastructure: Current and Future Landscape - Webinar

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is an approach that evolved from the understanding that a well-organized, proactive clinical team working in a tandem with well-informed patients is better able to address the preventive and disease management needs in a guideline-concordant manner. This approach represents a fundamental shift from episodic acute care models and has become an integral part of health reform supported on a federal level.

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