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Model Programs

These Model Programs offer experience to make your development more efficient and effective.

 

AIM Center 

The Center for Action Inquiry and Motivation is a partnership between the University of Washington, Seattle Public Schools, and the Community of Cleveland High School. The AIM Center bridges theory and practice to engage youth and professionals in motivating and academically significant learning. 
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Amerigroup Real Solutions in Healthcare (Texas)

Amerigroup is working with of physicians in six states on a PCMH pilot program to help doctors improve access and quality of care for their patients. The focus of the pilot program is on transforming delivery systems and working more directly with providers of health care services to improve the quality and efficiency of the care delivered.
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Bellin Health Care Systems (Wisconsin)

Bellin Health is a PCMH model program highlighted by the Institute for Health Improvement's Triple AIM as a successful implementer of an innovative framework called the Total Health Model. The model's four components--Health Knowledge, Health Advancement, Productivity Enhancement, and Health Navigation--offer employees greater access to health services and improved health, and employers decreased costs.
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Health Improvement Partnership of Santa Cruz County

HIP is a nonprofit coalition of public and private health care organizations dedicated to increasing access to care and building a stronger health care delivery system in Santa Cruz County and a partner in implementing the PCMH Initiative, which is an ongoing quality improvement project of the Safety Net Clinic Coalition of Santa Cruz County.
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HealthPartners

The Institute for Health Improvement's Triple AIM identifies HealthPartners Medical Group, which introduced BestCare in 2004, as a PCMH model program designed around Consistency (reliable processes), Customization (adapting care to individual needs), Convenience (improving access), and Coordination (using Medical Home model).
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Health System (Tennessee)

Erlanger Health Systems was one of 17 Community Health Centers in Tennessee chosen to participate in HRSA's Patient-Centered Medical/Health Home (PCMHH) Initiative Care is facilitated by registries, information technology, health information exchange and other means to assure that patients get the indicated care when and where they need and want it in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner.
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Mosaic Medical Home

Mosaic Medical is a non-profit organization operating Federally-Qualified Health Centers since 2002. With centers in Prineville, Bend, and Madras, Oregon, Mosaic Medical is a model PCMH program, treating the whole patient by addressing physical, emotional, social, and cultural needs.
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Pillars of Peer Support

This initiative is designed to develop and foster the use of Medicaid funding to support Peer Support Services in state mental health systems of care.  Between 2009 - 2011, three important Summits on Pillars of Peer Support Services brought together nationally-recognized experts and stakeholders from across the U.S. to identify and create consensus around factors that greatly facilitate the use of Peer Support Services as a valuable tool to support recovery from mental illnesses among individuals served in state systems. Each Summit generated a report which is available for viewing on this website.
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Puget Sound Health Alliance (Washington)

The Puget Sound Health Alliance is a model PCMH program focusing on: performance measurement; public reporting; performance improvement; consumer engagement; and payment reform.
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QuadMed (Wisconsin)

QuadMed, a PCMH model program, is cited by the Institute for Health Improvement's Triple AIM as a leader in employer-sponsored, worksite health care, bringing nearly all primary health care services in-house for its own 22,000 employees and dependents, and managing clinics for two other national companies.
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Queens Health Network (New York City)

An Institute for Health Improvement's Triple AIM's model PCMH program, the Queens Health Network, is a regional health care system with a largely low-income client population. The Network has focused on improved access through an ambulatory redesign initiative, disease management, guiding patients to appropriate levels of care, and the use of electronic health information technology to support care.
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Safety Net Medical Home Initiative (Oregon) 

The Safety Net Medical Home Initiative is a national PCMH demonstration that is helping 65 primary care safety net sites become high-performing medical homes and improve quality, efficiency and patient experience. The model home program is structured around a framework for PCMH transformation and has published a library of resources and tools to help practices implement the PCMH Model of Care. 
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Shawano County Rural Health Initiative (Wisconsin) 

The Rural Health Initiative Inc. is a rural PCMH pilot designed to address health and safety issues facing today's farm families. At the center of this program is a Rural Health professional who makes "house" calls to interested farm families to provide health screening, information, education, and referrals to area services. 
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