Establishing Buy-in for Medical Homes Bibliography

Establishing Buy-in for Medical Homes Bibliography

April 1, 2014
HIV/AIDS Medical Homes Resource Center (HIV-MHRC)

Articles from the professional literature related to establishing buy-in for medical homes.

  • Barr M. The patient-centered medical home: aligning payment to accelerate construction. Med Care Res Rev. 2010 Aug;67(4):492-9. PMID: 20448252.
    Their article cites existing studies that supports the positive impact of the PCMH model of care. The author views PCMH as a motivation to the development of high-performing practices while mitigating the risk to clinics teams that undertake the transformation.  Even though the PMCH model has proven to have positive effects on quality, cost and patient/clinical team satisfaction, challenges remain that must be considered before adopting or implementing the model.  Lastly, the article emphasizes three phases to incorporate when aligning reimbursement with the PCMH model of care. 
  • Beane SN, Culyba RJ, Demayo M, Armstrong W. (2014). Exploring the Medical Home in Ryan White HIV Care Settings: A Pilot Study. Journal Association Nurses AIDS Care. doi: 10.1016/j.jana.2013.10.007.
  • Chu C, Selwyn PA. An Epidemic in Evolution: The Need for New Models of HIVCare in the Chronic Disease Era. (2011). J Urban Health. Mar 1.
    This article identifies key determining factors responsible for driving the need for the new model of care, includes aging, long-surviving population; multiple co-morbidities; polypharmacy and the need for chronic disease management.  The author emphasizes the importance of fostering collaborations between community-based and primary care. This type of collaboration is viewed as an approach that combines the benefits of HIV as it relates to the multidisciplinary expertise found in the patient-centered approach.
  • Chu C, Umanski G, Blank A, Grossberg R, Selwyn PA. (2010). HIV-infected patients and treatment outcomes: an equivalence study of community-located, primary care-based HIV treatment vs. hospital-based specialty care in the Bronx, New York. AIDS Care. 22(12):1522-9.
  • Chu C, Umanski G, Blank A, Meissner P, Grossberg R, Selwyn PA. (2011). Comorbidity-Related Treatment Outcomes among HIV-Infected Adults in the Bronx, NY. J Urban Health. Feb 8.
  • Cooley WC, McAllister JW, Sherrieb K, Kuhlthau K. (2009). Improved outcomes associated with medical home implementation in pediatric primary care. Pediatrics. 124(1):358-64.
  • Saag MS (2009). Ryan White: an unintentional home builder. The AIDS Reader. 19(5). 166.
  • Strickland BB, Jones JR, Ghandour RM, Kogan MD, Newacheck PW. (2011). The medical home: health care access and impact for children and youth in the United States.  Pediatrics. 127(4):604-11. Epub 2011 Mar 14.
  • Wagner EH, Coleman K, Reid RJ, Phillips K, Abrams MK, Sugarman JR. The Changes Involved in Patient-Centered Medical Home Transformation. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice. 2012 June; 39(2): 241-259.
    This article, published in Primary Care Clinics, describes the process used to identify eight change concepts and 32 key changes considered critical for the PCMH transformation. The change concepts identified are engaged leadership, quality improvement strategy, organized evidence-based, patient-centered interaction, enhanced access and care coordination. These change concepts promotes practice change and are used to guide the formulation and testing of specific practice changes at each specialized practice organization.  According to the article, the key changes should be viewed as opportunities for innovation and adaptation rather than prescriptions for implementation.  In agreement with existing studies, this article supports the PCMH model because it best meets the needs of patients with chronic illness.
  • Willard R & Bodenheimer T.  (2012). The Building Blocks of High Performing Primary Care:  Lessons from the Field.  Calfornia HealthCare Foundation.

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