Rural practices are challenged with so many different aspects of healthcare. From basic practice functions to making sure patients get the care they need (preventive, chronic and holistic), the Patient-Centered Medical Home model has everything covered. Below are 14 reasons you should consider this model in your practice: 1. Align with where health care isRead about 14 Reasons to Implement PCMH in your Practice
Healthcare is constantly changing but the PCMH model aligns with where health care is headed. Practices, Providers, and Patients are already seeing changes for improved healthcare through the PCMH model. However, PCMH recognition is a long and tedious process from start to finish. Below are 5 common challenges of implementing the PCMH Model in yourRead about 5 Challenges of Implementing the PCMH Model in your Rural Practice
Practices I work with are extremely hard working, thorough, and dedicated. They want what is best for their patients and their practice. They have found the PCMH model is the best way to improve their practice to better serve not only their patients but also the overall community. Developing practices into PCMHs is a complexRead about Working hard to get that PCMH recognition: Is it worth it?
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The Patient Centered Medical Home model is doing a great job improving communication within the practice and outside the practice. In a busy rural practice it is ideal to have a Care Coordinator to assure that all information concerning a patient’s care is funneled through an individual to make sure all information is where itRead about The Importance Of Hiring A Care Coordinator In Your Practice
Care Coordination is the organization of patient care activities between two or more participants to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services. Care Transitions are a set of actions designed to ensure the coordination and continuity of health care as patients transfer between different locations or different levels of care in the same location.Read about Care Coordination & Care Transition