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This group of resources assists with care planning for pediatric patients being seen in a medical home.
This group of resources assists with care transitioning for young adults making the transition out of a pediatric medical home to adult care.
This group of resources provides examples of patient and family communications on a variety of topics.
This group of resources assists with organizing your office operations to support a medical home model.
This group of resources provides examples of well-visit questionnaires and patient health history forms.
View the measurement strategy used to track progress in NICHQ’s Massachusetts CHIPRA Medical Home project.
This hand-selected group of articles and commentaries are NICHQ’s recommended readings for those interested in the medical home model of care.
This toolkit is designed to help your pediatric practice build a system for listening to family perspectives and feedback – by creating your own Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). The kit provides step-by-step guidance on how to effectively engage family perspectives in the design of services and to improve overall quality in the delivery of those services.
A report that details a framework for redesigning pediatric residency training programs to improve quality of care for children and youth with special healthcare needs.
"Communication Matters: A guide for sharing information about a child’s care” offers tips, tools, forms and resources for communication among families and youth, primary care providers, behavioral health providers and schools.
NICHQ’s Medical Home Change Package provides change ideas for improving family, youth and child patient experience with primary care. These changes were tested with a diverse group of pediatric practices ranging in type from single site, single specialty practices to community health centers to academic practices.
A report that details a framework for improving the quality of health services received by children and youth with special healthcare needs through the medical home concept.
In this three-in-one resource, learn the elements that constitute a patient guide, view a sample guide and access a template to create your own.
This toolkit is a source of information and guidance for practices seeking to engage consumers in the quality improvement process of transforming their medical practice into a patient-centered medical home.
Family Health Partners can play an integral role in a practice's transformation into a medical home and in its continuous quality improvement. This guide will help practices determine if they are ready to work with families as improvement partners, how to recruit and work with Family Health Partners and how to evaluate, sustain and improve the Family Health Partners role and relationship.
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