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© Copyright, The Joint Commission The Joint Commission’s Primary Care Home Initiative National Hispanic Medical Association 15 th Annual Conference Washington DC March 17, 2011 Angelica Flores MD Ambulatory Care Clinician Surveyor The Joint Commission
2 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Topics to be Covered Overview of The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Initiative Background and Planning Connecting Accreditation with the Primary Care Home Option Proposed Primary Care Home Requirements Contacts
3 © Copyright, The Joint Commission What is The Joint Commission? A private, not-for-profit organization – created by and governed by health care professionals Our Board of Commissioners comprises individuals who understand the complexity of health care and the challenges our customers face everyday in the delivery of health care –Administrators, doctors, nurses, ethicists, members of the public Our five corporate members represent the leading health care associations in the United States: –American Hospital Association –American Medical Association –American College of Physicians –American College of Surgeons –American Dental Association
4 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Vision: All people always experience the safest, highest quality, best-value health care across all settings. Mission: To continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value. Emphasizes twin aims: 1)Thorough evaluation against Joint Commission standards 2)Effective motivation of organizations to use the results of that evaluation to drive improvement. The Joint Commission’s Vision & Mission Statements
5 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Commitment to Improving Safety and Quality of Care With more than 50 years of health care accreditation experience, the Joint Commission works with customers to address the most serious patient safety and quality issues in health care We work with national experts and seek input from the field to: –Ensure state-of-the-art standards and accreditation process –Promote optimal safety and quality for patients Panels allow opportunity to directly provide input and feedback: –Advisory Councils: Business; Patient & Family; Nursing; Patient Safety –Professional and Technical Advisory Committees
6 © Copyright, The Joint Commission The Joint Commission Model General customer base –Accredits or certifies over 19,000 total organizations (hospitals/CAH, labs, behavioral health, home care/DME, long term care, ambulatory care/OBS) Accrediting Ambulatory Care since 1975: –Wide variety of ambulatory settings Medical/dental settings, including: –Federally Qualified Health Centers –Medical Group Practices –Ambulatory Care program now accredits over 1,900 organizations with 6,400 sites of care
7 © Copyright, The Joint Commission The Joint Commission Model (con’t) = Accreditation partnership = Independent, outside evaluation Components = continuous compliance with ambulatory care standards: On-site survey, every 3 years Annual self-assessment during interim Focus on processes for ensuring patient (and staff) safety
8 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Features of Joint Commission Accreditation Accredited Ambulatory Care Organization Periodic Performance Review (PPR) On-site Evaluation Unannounced Surveys with Tracer Methodology Experienced Health Care Professionals as Surveyors Standards Interpretation Group Education Customer Account Executive Operational Tools for Good Management Lessons Learned from other Organizations Electronic Manual Risk Reduction Process NPSGs State-of-the Art Standards
9 © Copyright, The Joint Commission New “Value-adds” for Customers (see end slides) Center for Transforming Healthcare www.centerfortransforminghealthcare.org Targeted Solutions Tool Leading Practices Library WikiHealthCare TM Interactive Forum
10 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Recent Developments at The Joint Commission 2007: Name/Logo Change 2008: Patient-Focused Efforts: Speak-up TM 2009: New Vision/Refreshed Mission 2009: Launch of Center for Transforming Healthcare 2010: Launch of “Targeted Solutions Tool” 2010: Primary Care Home Initiative
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13 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Initiative Background Joint Commission response to new model of primary care delivery being pilot tested nationally = “patient-centered medical home” Demonstrations/pilots include added reimbursement for providing better access to care, new care coordination, monitoring patient outcomes, & more patient education Accredited ambulatory care orgs also want The Joint Commission to qualify them to participate in demos Part of proposed health care reform quality (Section 3024) & cost-reduction options
14 © Copyright, The Joint Commission TERMINOLOGY Generally Equivalent Labels: Patient-Centered Medical Home Health Care Home Advanced Primary Care Practice Primary Medical Care Home Primary Care Home
15 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Initiative Phase I Workplan 2010: Development of PCH model, draft standards/EPs (Expert Panel/PTAC) Model & requirements based on generally accepted core PCH concepts Early 2011: “Field review”, survey process pilot testing, and further input from stakeholders, private/public payers, revisions Late Spring 2011: Release of new requirements via website July, 2011: Implementation for Ambulatory Care accredited customers
16 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Multiple Sources for Core Concepts Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative Joint Principles of the PCMH (AAFP,AAP,ACP,AOA) Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) Veterans Health Administration Commonwealth Fund/Qualis Health CMS Meaningful Use Definitions Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Minnesota Depts of Health/Human Services Institute of Medicine Center for Medical Home Improvement National Partnership for Women & Families
17 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Using AHRQ Definition of Medical Home
18 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Using AHRQ Definition of Medical Home
19 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Model – Operating Characteristics Include: Interdisciplinary care team Personal primary care clinician Comprehensive and continuous care Patient-centered care Coordination of care Focus on safety and quality Enhanced access to care Access to specialty care and other resources needed to provide care
20 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Joint Commission Ambulatory Care Accreditation Plus Primary Care Home Option Ambulatory Care Accreditation (~ 900 applicable standards pertaining to medical settings, including 123* applicable to PCH) Primary Care Home Option (54 additional requirements*) Increasing Patient-Centeredness, Comprehensiveness, Access, Coordination * Based on field review draft
21 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Ambulatory Care Accreditation Primary Care Home Option Current EPs (~900) New EPs (54*) Current EPs (123*) Total EPs (Elements of Performance) Required for Primary Care Home Option (177*) Joint Commission Primary Care Home Option Overlap with Ambulatory Care Accreditation * Based on field review draft
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24 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Features of Primary Care Home Option At this time, will only apply to an accredited ambulatory care organization Onsite survey process to confirm compliance with additional requirements No special application requirements Organization-wide designation for up to three years Primary Care Home designation publicly available on Quality Check Included as part of HRSA/BPHC contract
25 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Comprehensive Care 1 current EP required for Accreditation 13 additional EPs proposed for PCH option –The organization provides acute, preventive, and chronic care –The organization provides care that addresses various phases of patient lifespan, including end-of-life care –The organization provides disease/chronic care management services –The organization identifies members of interdisciplinary team (“team”) –MD/DO actively participate on interdisciplinary team –Primary Care Clinician (“PCC”) works collaboratively with interdisciplinary team
26 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Comprehensive Care (con’t) 13 additional EPs proposed for PCH option –PCC/team provide or arrange for comprehensive/continuous care –PCC works with team to provide/coordinate care –Team members participate in developing treatment plan –PCC/team assess health risk behaviors –PCC is ultimately accountable for patient care –PCC has background/experience/knowledge to handle most patient medical needs & resolve conflicting care recommendations –Organization manages care transitions & provides/facilitates access to: acute care, chronic care, age/gender-specific preventive care; behavioral health needs; dental care (Note: OK to use/collaborate with community resources)
27 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Superb Access to Care 0 Current EPs required for Accreditation 3 Additional EPs proposed for PCH option –24/7 access to: appointment scheduling; prescription renewal; test results; billing/registration; clinical advice re urgent health needs; health education info –Offer flexible scheduling (e.g. open access, expanded hours, same day appointments) –Have process to address urgent care needs 24/7
28 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Coordinated Care 19 current EPs required for Accreditation 10 additional EPs proposed for PCH option –PCC/team provide care to panel of patients –PCC/team use health promotion strategies that focus on prevention/management of chronic illness –Patient self-management goals identified/incorporated into treatment plan and progress toward achievement monitored –Use HIT to: track/coordinate care; support disease management and preventive care; internal/external reporting; electronic exchange of information among internal/external providers –PCC/team review/track care to referred organizations and act on recommendations –Clinical record contains info from both internal & external providers –Organization provides population-based care –PCC/team function within scope of practice and privileges
29 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Patient-Centered Care 54 current EPs required for Accreditation 22 additional EPs proposed for PCH Option –Each patient selects primary care clinician –Involve patients in Performance Improvement –Involve patient in developing own treatment plan & partner with patient to achieve planned outcomes –PCC/team identify patient’s oral/written communication needs, including preferred language, and communicates in manner that meets those needs –PCC/team identify health literacy level and incorporate into patient education –PCC/team educate patient on self-management tools –Clinical record contains: patient communication needs; race/ethnicity; self- management goals & progress –Organization provides interpretation and translation services
30 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Patient-Centered Care (con’t) 22 additional EPs proposed for PCH Option The organization respects the patient’s right to: Make decisions about management of care Obtain care from other clinicians within the PCH Seek a second opinion and specialty care The organization provides information to the patient about: Mission, vision, goals of PCH & scope of care/types of services How to access PCH for care or information Patient responsibilities re health history, current medications, and self- management activities Right to obtain care from other clinicians within PCH, seek a second opinion, and specialty care. How PCH functions regarding: process to select PCC, involve patient in treatment plan, obtain/track referrals, coordinate care, and collaborate with patient-selected clinicians providing specialty or second opinions.
31 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Primary Care Home Operational Characteristic: Systems-based Approach to Quality & Safety 29 Current Elements of Performance required for Accreditation 6 Additional EPs proposed for PCH option –Use HIT to support Performance Improvement –Use E-prescribing process –Use clinical decision support tools –Collect/use data on disease management outcomes & access to care within timeframes –Primary Care clinician/team participate in Performance Improvement
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33 © Copyright, The Joint Commission FOR MORE INFORMATION Michael Kulczycki, Executive Director Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation: 630-792-5290 email@example.com Lon Berkeley, –Project Lead, PCH Initiative –Project Director, Community Health Center Accreditation 630-792-5787 firstname.lastname@example.org
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36 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Future Center solutions available Wrong site surgery: June 2011 Hand-off communications: late 2011
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38 © Copyright, The Joint Commission Leading Practices Library Launched 2010 as complimentary, web-based service Offers customer-generated “library”: –Sample policies –Patient satisfaction survey –Safety risk assessment Sorted by applicable program (eg AHC) or by standards chapters Share your own leading practices with others
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