Defining and Measuring the Patient-Centered Medical Home

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  title={Defining and Measuring the Patient-Centered Medical Home},
  author={Kurt C. Stange and Paul A. Nutting and William Lee Miller and Carlos Roberto Ja{\'e}n and Benjamin F. Crabtree and Susan A Flocke and James M. Gill},
  booktitle={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2010}
}
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is four things: 1) the fundamental tenets of primary care: first contact access, comprehensiveness, integration/coordination, and relationships involving sustained partnership; 2) new ways of organizing practice; 3) development of practices’ internal capabilities, and 4) related health care system and reimbursement changes. All of these are focused on improving the health of whole people, families, communities and populations, and on increasing the value… CONTINUE READING
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