The Patient Centered Medical Home as Curricular Model: Perceived Impact of the “Education-Centered Medical Home”

@article{Henschen2013ThePC,
  title={The Patient Centered Medical Home as Curricular Model: Perceived Impact of the “Education-Centered Medical Home”},
  author={MPH Bruce L. Henschen and MPH Patricia Garcia and BA BernaJacobson and Elizabeth R. Ryan EdD and Donna M. Woods and Diane B Wayne and Daniel B. Evans},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={1105-1109}
}
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model aims to provide patient-centered care, lower costs, and improve health outcomes. Medical students have not been meaningfully integrated in this model. To test the feasibility of a longitudinal clerkship based on PCMH principles and anchored by PCMH educational objectives. Two community-based family medicine clinics, one academic internal medicine clinic, and one pediatric clinic affiliated with an urban medical school. 56 medical student volunteers… CONTINUE READING
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