5 Latest Stories on Patient-Centered Medical Homes

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The following five recent stories cover various aspects of the patient-centered medical home model of care.

1. The PCMH Model Improves Quality of Care, Study Finds
A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found primary care physicians practicing in the patient-centered medical home model improve quality of care at a faster rate than physicians in non-PCMH practices.

2. 3 Findings on Evaluations of the Patient-Centered Medical Home
Eleven leaders from the Pennsylvania Chronic Care Initiative, a medical home initiative, provided their input on early evaluations of the patient-centered medical home.

3. Rhode Island Expands Efforts to Promote Patient-Centered Medical Homes
Rhode Island announced it is expanding its Chronic Care Sustainability Initiative that promotes the use of patient-centered medical homes across the state.

4. Diabetic Patients Benefit From Treatment at Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Study Finds
A study found treating diabetic patients at a patient-centered medical home can cut overall medical costs by 21 percent in the first year.

5. Study: Patient-Centered Medical Homes Cut Costs for High-Risk Patients
A three-year study found high-risk patients within a patient-centered medical home model experienced lower costs and utilization rates.

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