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1 A Patient-Centered Approach with P.R.I.D.E.

2 Shaftel Benson Community Outreach Officer Sandra Heath Outreach Worker II Sumika Mackroy Outreach Worker I Chamberlain Parker Consumer Assister

3 Objectives Who is Quality of Life Health Services, Inc.? What is a Patient Center Medical Home (PCMH)? What are the Benefits of a PCMH? How do you Message to Patients? What are the Patient-Centered Services at QOLHS?

4 Quality of Life Health Services, Inc. Wayne C. Rowe, CEO
Founded in 1977 as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) In 1998, received the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) In 2013, accredited as a Patient Center Medical Home (PCMH) 21 Health Centers; 18 service areas People Caring About People

5 Quality of Life Health Services, Inc. Mission Statement
Quality of Life Health Services, Inc. Board of Directors believes that health care is concerned with the prevention of illness and the preservation and restoration of health. Health care is "essential" and the right of every individual.  Health care requires collaboration with a variety of professionals whose common interest is to strengthen the integrity of the human-environment relationship and therefore attempt to achieve optimum level of functioning and state of well-being. 

6 Quality of Life Health Services, Inc. Our Vision
… to continuously strive to efficiently provide health care, service and education, which consistently meet or exceed the expectations of patients, physicians, employees and the community.

7 What is a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)?
A system of care in which a team of health professionals work together to improve the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of the care they deliver while responding to each patient’s unique needs. Patient-Centered Comprehensive Coordinated Accessible Committed to Quality and Safety

8 “Joint Principles” of the Patient-Centered Medical Home
A personal physician who coordinates all care for patients and leads the team. Physician-directed medical practice – a coordinated team of professionals who work together to care for patients. Whole person orientation – this approach is key to providing comprehensive care. Coordinated care that incorporates all components of the complex health care system Quality and safety – medical practices voluntarily engage in quality improvement activities to ensure patient safety is always being met. Enhance access to care – such as through open-access scheduling and communication mechanisms. Payment – a system of reimbursement reflective of the true value of coordinated care and innovation.

9 Patient Expectations Engaged, Happier, Healthy & Satisfied
75% want the ability to interact with their physician online (appointments, prescriptions, test results) 77% want to ask questions without a visit 75% want access as part of their overall care 62% of patients say access to these services would influence their choice of physicians -Source: Medfusion, an AAFP affinity partner

10 The Patient Centered Medical Home The Family Medicine Model
Great Benefits Practice Organization Health Information Technology Quality Measures Practice Experience Family Medicine Patient-Centered | Physician-Directed

11 Culture of Improvement Performance Measurement
Reliable Systems Starts with a culture of improvement Ensure quality improvement initiatives are not punitive; should not discourage physicians from caring for patients Quality measures should be based in strong clinical evidence You can’t improve what you don’t measure Develop reliable systems to collect information Patients Get What They Need Quality Measures Family Medicine

12 Patients are More Satisfied with Their Care
Convenient Access Personalized Care Care Coordination Patients want convenient access to information, communication, and care Patients want to access to care when they are ill Patients are engaged in their own care and want to share in decision-making Patients want increased ability to access information Patients want coordinated care Patients want new approaches to care: group visits and on-line services Patients are More Satisfied with Their Care Quality Measures Practice Experience Family Medicine

13 Practice Organization
Financial Management Personnel Management Clinical Systems All staff are aware of the most effective ways to deliver care National policies support the investment of resources into primary care practices that are effective and efficient Every team member understands the important role they play in delivering efficient care and is empowered to make suggestions for improvement Lab testing Prescriptions Patient Registries Practice Organization Practice Works Effectively Quality Measures Practice Experience Practice Experience Family Medicine

14 Can quickly pull clinical
Business & Clinical Process Automation Connectivity & Communication Evidence-Based Medicine Support Clinical Data Analysis & Representation Patient reminders Patient notification for new information Reminders for recommended care or health maintenance Enhances care coordination by improving information flow with other physicians, practices and providers Improves patient -physician communication Can quickly pull clinical data for quality analysis Can enhance business processes Point-of-care learning (e.g., Up-to-Date) Clinical decision support (e.g., Epocrates) Practice Organization Health Information Technology Information Managed Effectively Quality Measures Practice Experience Family Medicine

15 Practice Organization
Great Benefits Great for patients Patients enjoy better health. Patients share in health care decisions. Great for physicians Physicians focus on delivering excellent medical care. Great for practices Team works effectively together. Resources support the delivery of excellent patient care. Great for payers and employers Ensures quality and efficiency. Avoids unnecessary costs. Great Benefits Practice Organization Health Information Technology Quality Measures Practice Experience Family Medicine

16 Communicating with Patients
Health literacy is the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions. Communicate Educate Involve Referrals

17 QOLHS Patient Services
Care Team Huddles Open Scheduling Ultimate Performance Practice (UPP) program Patient Service Calls Patient Prompt Patient Portal Electronic Health Records Closed Caption TV’s Corporate Newsletters Telemedicine

18 Resources with Quality Health Care & Patient Centered Care Services

19 “ I would rather know the person who has the disease than know the disease the person has.”
- Hippocrates

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