Patient centered medical home (PCMH): Evidence and Evaluation – toolbox of methods used to evaluate and refine PCMH models

Posted on April 23, 2013. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , |

Patient centered medical home (PCMH): Evidence and Evaluation – toolbox of methods used to evaluate and refine PCMH models

“About the Evidence:

Policy decisions concerning the PCMH must rest on sound evidence about whether this model of care helps achieve the Triple Aim of improved patient outcomes, improved patient experience, and improved value. In this section, explore information and resources for PCMH researchers, evaluators, and decision makers.

PCMH Research Methods Series

The PCMH Research Methods Series was commissioned by AHRQ and developed under contract by Mathematica Policy Research, with input from other nationally recognized thought leaders in research methods and PCMH models. The series is designed to “expand the toolbox” of methods used to evaluate and refine PCMH models and other health care interventions. This toolbox of novel and underused methods can equip evaluators and implementers to better assess and refine PCMH models and to meet the evidence needs of PCMH stakeholders more effectively. Each of the briefs describes a method and how PCMH researchers have used it or could do so, discusses advantages and limitations of the methods, and provides resources for researchers to learn more about the method.”

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