The patient-centered medical home model shows significant evidence of its success in the form of improvement in patient satisfaction through a more comprehensive relationship with the provider and their care team, reducing healthcare costs, as well as improved patient health outcomes through clinical quality.
This report from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) contains the latest evidence on Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). The report contains studies and scientific evidence indicating that PCMHs are saving money by reducing hospital and emergency department visits, mitigating health disparities, and improving patient outcomes.
The National Center for Medical Home Implementation website provides a summary of the major evidence supporting the pediatric medical home approach to care. You will find information on the impact on cost, quality, health outcomes, and patient satisfaction, as well as references supporting the data.
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