This is an example of an agreement a patient signs to participate in a primary care home. For the Medicaid payments for "ACA-qualified" patients, a clinic must obtain active agreement from the patient, either verbally or signed. Spanish version also available.
*This webinar is hosted by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Transformation Center*
Join PCPCH program staff and a clinic partner for this in-depth technical assistance webinar on implementing a clinic-wide quality improvement strategy to meet Patient-Centered Primary Care Home measure 2.D.3. PCPCH program staff will share best practices they have learned from visiting clinics across the state. Clinical staff from Oregon Medical Group Gardenway Medical Clinic in Eugene will share their Quality Improvement tool Daily Management System.
Please join Q Corp staff for a monthly orientation to the resources available to primary care practices and other stakeholders through the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute. This 30 minute orientation is limited to up to 20 participants each session, and is an ideal welcome for people who are new to their positions within primary care transformation.
Research findings from PSU team demonstrate that the PCPCH program has achieved noteworthy indicators of progress toward accomplishment of the Triple Aim in only a few years of operation.
PCPCH Evaluation Team: Sherril Gelmon, DrPH; Neal Wallace, PhD; Billie Sandberg, PhD; Shauna Petchel, MPH; and Nicole Bouranis, MA
There are over 600 Oregon primary care clinics recognized as a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH). Chances are you work in, or collaborate with, one of these clinics in some capacity. Get the inside scoop on what's changing in the PCPCH Program, including new standards for attestation in 2017.
Oregon has been selected as one of fourteen regions to take part in the CPC+ initiative that will start on January 1, 2017. Practice applications for CPC+ are now open on the online portal through September 15, 2016. The CMS website has practice application questions, along with additional important information for practices and vendors regarding Health IT requirements (Appendix B and C from the original RFA).
This article reviews the necessary components to provide sustainable, integrated behavioral health care within a medical home, including but not limited to: payment mechanisms, risk stratification, team-based care, evidence based interventions and use of care managers.
Pershing Yoakley & Associates developed the following glossary of terms to bring clarity to conversations around health care industry jargon, key terms, and acronyms. They researched hundreds of sources and interviewed dozens of industry leaders. No definition can be attributed to a single, third-party source.
Use this practice survey periodically throughout the medical home improvement process to help your practice determine the status of it's organizational capacity and it's stage of transformation relating to people, processes, resources, and culture which all influence a practice's ability to build a strong medical home.