The patient-centered medical home: one size does not fit all.

@article{Schwenk2014ThePM,
  title={The patient-centered medical home: one size does not fit all.},
  author={Thomas L. Schwenk},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2014},
  volume={311 8},
  pages={802-3}
}
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is widely and vigorously promoted as the basis for primary care reform that will support a high-performing, cost-effective health care system.1 The PCMH involves a deceptively simple set of key structural practice features that have been proposed to result in enhanced access for routine primary care, improved delivery of preventive services, high-quality chronic disease management, and reduced emergency department and hospital utilization.1,2 The most… CONTINUE READING
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