Blueprint for a Medical Neighborhood: Building Care Coordination Between Specialists and PCPs

Blueprint for a Medical Neighborhood: Building Care Coordination Between Specialists and PCPs

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While addressing the needs of individual patients, a medical neighborhood also encompasses population health and overall community health needs.

Almost 31 percent of healthcare organizations actively engaged in population health management initiatives belong to a medical neighborhood, according to 2014 market data on population health management from the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

Pre-publication discount on Blueprint for a Medical Neighborhood: Building Care Coordination Between Specialists and PCPsBlueprint for a Medical Neighborhood: Building Care Coordination Between Specialists and PCPs provides a framework in which to evaluate the patient-centered medical neighborhood (PCM-N) model.

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In this 25-page resource, Terry McGeeney, MD, MBA, director of BDC Advisors, navigates the landscape of the medical neighborhood, from the value-based payment realities of healthcare today to identifying and engaging specialists in a medical home neighborhood.

This HIN special report provides details on the following:

  • Key components of the medical home neighborhood;
  • How to identify and engage specialists to participate in a medical neighborhood;
  • How to help physicians understand the link between meaningful use, the patient-centered medical home and medical neighborhoods;
  • Care coordination across the neighborhood; and
  • Lessons learned in building medical neighborhoods.

Blueprint for a Medical Neighborhood: Building Care Coordination Between Specialists and PCPs also addresses questions on this new horizon in care coordination, from educating patients and health plan members about the medical neighborhood concept to clarifying the difference between an accountable care organization (ACO) and a medical neighborhood.

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