Patient Centered Health Home
A health home is an approach to delivering primary care that uses a ‘whole person’ orientation to provide comprehensive health care by facilitating an active partnership between patients, their family, and their primary care team to provide high quality, timely care in a coordinated and consistent way. The goal of this approach is to ensure that patients and providers work together as partners, enabling the right care to be delivered at the right time with the right people engaged in the discussion.
The California Primary Care Association (CPCA) offers technical assistance, training, and practice transformation coaching through our Patient-Centered Health Home (PCHH) Initiative to offer member clinics a wide variety of training opportunities to meet their exact needs. The purpose of the initiative is to create an integrated strategy to support community clinics and health centers (CCHCs) to achieve patient centered health home, improve health outcomes, and position CCHCs for ongoing participation in primary care delivery under health reform.
Explore the following material to learn more about PCHH and how to transform your practice with CPCA’s support.
4. Recognized health homes in California
If you need additional information, please contact us at Allie Budenz, Senior Program Coordinator Patient Centered Health Home and Integrated Behavioral Health, at firstname.lastname@example.org.