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- Bodenheimer T, Ghorob A, Willard-Grace R, Grumbach K. The 10 building blocks of high-performing primary care. Ann Fam Med 2014;12(2):166-171.
- Gupta R, Dube K, Bodenheimer T. The Road to Excellence for Primary Care Resident Teaching Clinics. Acad Med 2016;19(4):458-61.
- Leasure EL, Jones RR, Meade LB, Sanger MI, Thomas KG, Tilden VP, Bowen JL, Warm EJ. There is no “I” in teamwork in the patient-centered medical home: defining teamwork competencies for academic practice. Acad Med 2013;88(5):585-92.
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Specific Change Elements
- JABFM Supplement on Behavioral Health-Primary Care Integration
- This supplement pulls together key lessons about what it takes to implement integrated care, not under well-funded research conditions, but in the diverse, local realities of frontline practices with varying levels of experience. The primary audience for this material is frontline clinicians and practices who want to improve the care of people with emotional and behavioral problems and join the movement to replace the separated histories of so-called physical and mental health care with evidence-based, integrated care that works.
- Howard J, Etz RS, Crocker JB, Skinner D, Kelleher KJ, Hahn KA, Miller WL, Crabtree BF. Maximizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) by Choosing Words Wisely. J Am Board Fam Med 2016;29(2):248-53.
- PCMH e-Learning
- The objective of the PCMH e-learning platform is to deliver a comprehensive and centralized learning environment for residents and faculty for the key components of the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Learners who complete all 12 modules will be eligible to receive American Academy of Family Physicians Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.
PCMH Faculty Development
- IHI Open School Faculty Development – Aligning Graduate Medical Education with Organizational Quality & Safety Goals
- This suite of one-lesson courses provides a step-by-step guide to embedding quality and safety into your residency training. With education about the Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) program, practical examples of successful programs, and an experiential learning opportunity, these course will help you equip the next generation of physicians with skills to improve health care.