Patient-Centered Interactions presents strategies to measure patient experience, communicate with diverse patients, and actively engage and support patients and their families before, during and after office visits.
Organized, Evidence-Based Care: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
The Organized, Evidence-Based Care Implementation Guide begins by introducing the Chronic Care Model and examining the connections between it and the patient-centered medical home. It then focuses on critical aspects of organized, evidence-based care including planned care, decision support, and care management.
Continuous & Team-Based Healing Relationships: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
"Continuous & Team-Based Healing Relationships" provides guidance on how practices can develop and sustain strong care teams. Provides a curriculum for MAs to learn to work side-by-side with providers, and learn to do more during the rooming process, from reviewing medications, to goal setting, to patient education.
Empanelment - Establishing Patient-Provider Relationships: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
Quality Improvement Strategy Part 2: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
Quality Improvement Strategy Part 1: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
Engaged Leadership: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
The primary audiences for this guide are executive leaders (e.g., CEO, Executive Director) and mid-level managers, although Engaged Leadership: Strategies for Guiding PCMH Transformation describes the roles that a variety of leaders play in implementing key changes.n through mid-level managers and front-line staff in leadership or champion positions.
Behavioral Health Integration: An SNMHI Implementation Guide
Organized, Evidence-Based Care: Behavioral Health Integration is an implementation guide from our Safety Net Medical Home Initiative. It provides guidance and tools a primary care practice can use to develop a vision for integrated care and a customized implementation plan reflective of its goals and resources.
A tool for tracking and assessing chronic illness care in prison (ACIC-P).
"A tool for tracking and assessing chronic illness care in prison (ACIC-P).": Chronic disease care is being transformed in correctional settings, given an aging inmate population, ongoing quality improvement efforts, litigation, and rising costs.
New Roles for RNs in Primary Care: LEAP Webinar Series #6
The role of registered nurses in primary care is undergoing pressures from expanded MA roles and from the cost cutting efforts of practices as they try to stay competitive financially. "New Roles for RNs in Primary Care" was recorded in May 2014, and featured speakers from LEAP sites EOMA, Harvard Vanguard, and Martin's Point.