Characteristics of a Patient-Centered Medical Home

October 19, 2011

Sam Romeo with the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care gives some historical perspective on the patient-centered medical home and factors to consider in transitioning to this model.

You cannot simply post a sign on your practice declaring you are now a patient-centered medical home. From proper accreditation to collaboration with other providers, this healthcare model involves a lot of transition for any practice beyond a simple name change.

In this podcast, Sam Romeo, medical director for the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, gives some historical perspective on the patient-centered medical home and factors to consider in transitioning your practice to this healthcare model. Romeo will present more information during his session at the MGMA11 Conference in Las Vegas.