Medical Neighborhood Primer

Strengthening primary care-specialist care coordination for population health

Get an overview of the medical neighborhood model and five tactics for primary care-specialty care collaboration.

Medical Neighborhood Primer

While the patient-centered medical home forms the core of the medical neighborhood, the extended network of specialists and community partners is just as critical to improving the health of patients and enhancing their experience of care.

In order to build a successful medical neighborhood, you’ll need to formalize collaboration expectations between primary and specialty care providers. In this primer, find an overview of the medical neighborhood model, five tactics for enhancing coordination within the neighborhood, and case studies that illustrate these tactics in action.

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