- Adult Immunizations
- Alcohol and Substance Use (SBIRT)
- Appropriate Use of Antibiotics for ARI
- Childhood Obesity
- Colorectal Cancer Screening
- Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) and Stroke Prevention
- Diabetes in Adult Patients
- Gestational Diabetes
- Hepatitis B and C
- Motivational Interviewing
- Pediatric Immunizations
- Preconception & Interconception Care
- Tobacco Cessation and Secondhand Smoke Exposure
Employment-based coverage is the most prominent form of health insurance in the US. The manner in which employer purchasers buy health insurance coverage for their employees and dependents directly influences how heath care is delivered and how patients fare. The Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care seeks to save the healthcare system money through a re-emphasis of primary care and realign payment. The goal is to provide your employees with easy access to a personal healthcare team that knows them well and is dedicated to helping them navigate our complex healthcare system and more importantly, work with them pro-actively to stay healthy!
We are very grateful to the following organizations for funding the Patient Centered Medical Home Pilot.
- Introduction to PCMH
- Patient Centered Medical Home: What is it? Why is it important to employers?
- Crossing the Quality Chasm in Health Reform
- Why Employers Should Care (PDF file)
- Why Employers Should Care (WMV file)
- Why Employers Should Care
- Purchaser Guide to the Patient Centered Medical Home by Michael Bailit
- PCMH (Paul Grundy, MD)
- Patient Centered (Eileen Forlenza)
- Purchaser's Guide
- High Cost of Doing Nothing
- PCMH Evidence & Transformational Change
- NCQA Summary Standards and Scoring
- Chronic Care Model
- American Academy of Pediatrics National Center of Medical Home Initiatives for Children with Special Needs
For questions and additional information, please contact Kari Loken at (720) 297-1681.