Maine Patient Centered Medical Home Pilot

The Maine Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Pilot is a multi-stakeholder effort to implement and evaluate the patient centered medical home model in 26 primary care practices across the state, as the first step in achieving statewide implementation of a patient centered medical home model of care. The Maine PCMH Pilot is convened and led by Dirigo Health Agency’s Maine Quality Forum, Quality Counts, and the Maine Health Management Coalition. Governance for the Pilot is led by a multi-stakeholder “PCMH Working Group” that includes consumers, physicians, employers, payers, NP, and behavioral health representatives. The ultimate goal of the Pilot is to sustain and revitalize primary care both to improve health outcomes for all Maine people and to reduce overall healthcare costs.

for more information

http://www.mainequalitycounts.org/major-programs/patient-centered-medical-home.html

target population

Primary care providers, Healthcare providers, Practice administrators

Project Topics

Consumer Engagement Core Expectations PCMH PCMH Working Group Quality Improvement

Supported through the following Organization(s):

Contacts

 
Lisa Letourneau, MD, MPH
(207) 415-4043
lletourneau@mainequalitycounts.org
P.O Box 190
Nancy Grenier, RN
207-240-8767
ngrenier@mainequalitycounts.org
30 Association Drive