Medical Home Innovations: Where Do Adolescents Fit?
by Ian Walker, Margaret McManus, and Harriette Fox, December 2011.
This report provides a summary of the activities underway in 12 innovative medical home programs and discusses how the health needs of adolescents are being addressed. Findings are based on interviews with leaders in public, private, and multi-stakeholder programs. The report examines each of the seven principles central to the medical home model: personal provider, physician-directed practice, whole person orientation, care coordination, quality and safety, enhanced access, and payment for excellence. It describes the progress that has been made in changing primary care practices and plans underway for future improvements. See more →