Case Studies: Outpatient/Ambulatory Care, Workforce Development

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Case Study: Indian Health Council Creates a Medical Home for Patients

November 20, 2008 - To build trust with patients and improve continuity of care, a tribally run ambulatory clinic in Southern California assigned patients with chronic conditions to one of several teams of providers.

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The Polyclinic Family Medicine Practice: Case Studies of Patient- and Family-Centered Primary Care Practices

August 28, 2008 - The Family Medicine Practice of The Polyclinic is one of 12 primary care practices included in this case study project of high-performing patient-centered primary care practices.

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Cardinal Primary Care Medical Group, Inc.: A Case Study of Patient- and Family-Centered Primary Care Practice

June 26, 2008 - The Cardinal Primary Care Medical Group is one of 12 practice sites featured in Commonwealth Fund case studies of high-performing patient-centered primary care practices.

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Case Study: Qualifying as a Patient-Centered Medical Home

January 24, 2008 - Hudson River HealthCare's experience in multiple quality improvement collaboratives and in meeting its requirements as a federally qualified health center has proved beneficial in its efforts to provide high-quality, patient-centered care.

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Case Study: Institute for Urban Family Health: Using Information Technology and Community Action to Improve the Health of a Diverse Patient Population

March 12, 2007 - A New York City network of community health centers implemented electronic health records (EHRs) as part of its mission to promote equitable access to high-quality care for a socially and culturally diverse patient population.

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Case Study: Improving Quality and Efficiency in Response to Pay-for-Performance Incentives Under the Medicare Physician Group Practice Demonstration

March 12, 2007 - Marshfield Clinic of Wisconsin's experience suggests that information systems, care management, process redesign, and physician involvement are important to improving the quality and efficiency of care in response to pay-for-performance incentives.

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