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A new literature review says that PCMH efficacy has yet to be fully demonstrated--at a moment when positive findings about PCMH impact have been rolling in. Why the disconnect?
How can PCMH impact be "inconclusive"?
Success in a medical home (PCMH) initiative requires aligning interests across physicians, hospitals, payers, and patients—a challenge universally described as "herding cats." How leaders keep each of these diverse stakeholders motivated, engaged, and on track?
Motivating diverse stakeholders in a PCMH pilot
The market for medical home (PCMH) contracts is still evolving, leaving providers with questions on everything from "do we need to be accredited?" to "what types of incentive models are we likely to be offered—if any?"
This post provides a rundown on the current market for PCMH contracts, answers to frequently asked contracting questions, and access to the Medical Home Project’s medical home contracting resources guide.
State of the market in medical home contracting