The Patient Assessment of Care for Chronic Conditions (PACIC) measures specific actions or qualities of care, congruent with the Chronic Care Model, that patients report they have experienced in the health care delivery system.
Implementing the CCM in Academic Environments
The materials in this toolkit were created for two collaboratives designed to help implement the Chronic Care Model in academic health care settings: one nationally, the other focused on California-based institutions.
Academic Medical Center Collaborative Tools
The Association of American Medical Colleges facilitated the adoption of the Chronic Care Model by academic medical centers through two collaboratives based in educational institutions: one national, and one focused on California institutions. Find eac collaborative's training materials here.
Breakthrough Series Collaboratives tools
These Improving Chronic Illness Care tools were created for The Breakthrough Series Collaboratives, with the specific purpose of preparing for and conducting a regional collaborative health care improvement effort.
Multiple Chronic Conditions
New Staffing Models for Primary Care webinar
This October 2013 WIHI "talk show" webinar from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement focuses on some of the workforce innovations observed by the PCT-LEAP project team. Discussion was led by PCT-LEAP's Ed Wagner, Kirsten Meisinger, and Thad Schilling. Also joining was IHI's Trissa Torres, who developed the Health Navigator program at Michigan's Genesys Health System.