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The following presentations describe the Patient-Centered Medical Home concept, who supports the model, where it is being tested, results to date, and how ACP can help practices.
PCMH: Overview of the Model and Movement (Part I; 12 minutes)
PCMH: Overview of the Model and Movement (Part II; 12 minutes)
In this CUNY-TV program, John Blair III, M.D., president of Taconic IPA a 4,000-member physician group in New York's Hudson Valley, and Melinda K. Abrams, vice president of the Patient-Centered Coordinated Care Program at The Commonwealth Fund, discuss the success of medical homes. The show was moderated by Mike Gilliam.
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Filmed over a period of three months in the spring of 2008, this video distills nearly 50 hours of interviews with clinicians in solo- and small-practices, staff members and patients. It was the final product of the Center for Practice Improvement & Innovation (CPII) project funded by the Physicians' Foundation for Health Systems Excellence in January 2006. In this segment, Patient-Centered Care, patients share their thoughts about what they want and expect from their physicians and primary care office staff.
View the 22nd Annual C. Wesley Eisele Lecture delivered at Internal Medicine 2011: Finding our Way Out of Chaos: Medical Homes and "Learning Health Care Systems" as Engines of Success for U.S. Health Reform, Locally and Nationwide. Presented by Eric B. Larson, MD, MPH, MACP.
View The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Lessons Learned and Implications, recorded at Internal Medicine 2011. Moderator: Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, FACP. Presenter: Asaf Bitton, MD, FACP.