Patient-Centered Medical Home A PCP strategy for managing by wlx15873


									Patients with multiple chronic conditions represent a significant portion of healthcare
expenditures. CMS and commercial payers are pursuing the patient-centered Medical
Home as an initiative to address this patient population.

The Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a primary care physician bonding
strategy for managing chronic disease while reducing costs and capturing market share.
The goal of the PCMH is to leverage the primary care physician’s direct and trusted
relationship with patients to improve the quality and coordination of care, reduce
resource consumption, lower costs and more closely align the economics of the various
providers with these desired outcomes.

Please join us for a complimentary 90-minute webcast co-sponsored by DMI
Transitions and House Call Solutions to learn more about the PCMH and how it can
benefit your organization.
                  Patient-Centered Medical Home:
  A PCP strategy for managing chronic disease, reducing costs and
                       capturing market share
During the 90-minute webcast, participants will:
   •   Learn about the various PCMH models and pilots, how they differ and what
       features they have in common
   •   Understand the impact a PCMH can have on your organization
   •   Examine the requirements of a PCMH, and whether the PCMH would be an
       option for your organization
   •   Learn how, by managing chronic disease patients, your organization can reduce
       costs and improve hospital/physician integration

This Medical Home webcast is offered at the following times and dates:
   •   Tuesday, September 1, 2009; 12:00 noon – 1:00pm (EDT)
   •   Thursday, September 3, 2009; 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm (EDT)

If you are interested in having members of your team participate, please call DMI at
440-838-8551 or reply to to register. I am confident that
you will find the webcast to be of immense value to you and your organization.



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