Taking Action on Overuse Action Planning Framework

Taking Action on Overuse Action Planning Framework

The Taking Action on Overuse Action Planning Framework (formerly Supporting Provider Engagement to Reduce Low-Value Care) is a promising approach to engage healthcare providers and care teams in undertaking the difficult work of reducing low-value, unnecessary care. The MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation developed this framework with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).

Health Literate Care Model

Health Literate Care Model

When a health care organization adopts the Health Literate Care Model, health literacy becomes embedded into all aspects of planning and operations.  View and download the Health Literate Care Model, co-authored by Michael Parchman

Citation:  Koh, H.; Brach, C.; Harris, L.M.; and Parchman, M.L. (2013) “A Proposed ‘Health Literate Care Model Would Constitute A Systems Approach to Improving Patients’ Engagement in Care.” Health Affairs. No. 2 (357-367).

A conceptual model of the role of complexity in the care of patients with multiple chronic conditions.

This AHRQ MCCRN conceptual model defines complexity as the gap between patient needs and healthcare services, considering the many needs of MCC patients as well as the contextual factors influencing service delivery. Reframeing processes and outcomes to include not only clinical care quality and experience, the model also incorporates patient health, well being, and quality of life issues.

Framework for Regional Healthcare Coalitions

MacColl has developed a practical framework that identifies strategies utilize by regional healthcare coalitions to maximize effectiveness and sustainability. "It Takes a Region: Creating a Framework to Improve Chronic Disease Care" was authored  by Ed Wagner, Katie Coleman, and Brian Austin in 2006 for the California Health Care Foundation.

Change Concepts for Practice Transformation

The Change Concepts for Practice Transformation is a framework developed by the Safety Net Medical Home Initiative to guide primary care practices through the transformation process.

The Care Coordination Model

The Care Coordination Model examines care coordination within a patient-centered medical home and considers the major external providers and organizations with which it must interact.

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