The report was developed by Health2 Resources on behalf of the PCPCC, with financial support from Phytel and Merck.
The second publication, Putting Theory into Practice, is a master list of consultation experts health care providers can turn to when they are ready to make the move to patient-centered care. The resource guide includes a directory of more than 45 PCMH transformation support organizations. The entry for each includes a description of the organization's product or service, geographic scope, staff qualifications and references. It also includes a bibliography of publications and articles that describe PCMH transformation studies, processes and outcomes.
"The patient centered medical home has been embraced as a national health policy goal. Now, the real work begins. It is time to put policy into practice and support the formation of medical homes in communities across the country. The organizations listed in Putting Theory into Practice stand ready to support that process," Grundy said.
This report was developed by Discern LLC on behalf of the PCPCC with financial support from Merck.
Since its start in 2006 as a collaboration between employers and the major primary care associations interested in improving the quality of health care through the patient centered medical home model, the PCPCC has expanded its reach to include among its members a number of large national employers, health policy organizations, specialty physician associations, allied health professionals, consumer groups, health benefits companies, trade associations, health information technology companies, pharmaceutical companies, professional groups, academic centers and health care quality improvement associations.'/>"/>
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