Resources on measurement and evaluation.
- The Commonwealth Fund. 2013. “The Commonwealth Fund’s PCMH Evaluators’ Collaborative.”
Develops and shares best practices around patient-centered medical home measurement and evaluation. Workgroups include physician and staff experience; clinical quality; cost and efficiency; patient experience; and process and implementation metrics.
- Rosenthal, Meredith, Melinda Abrams, Asaf Bitton, and the Patient Centered Medical Home Evaluators Collaborative. 2012. “Recommended Core Measures for Evaluating the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Cost, Utilization, and Clinical Quality.” The Commonwealth Fund.
- Wholey, Douglas. 2013. “Health Care Homes Evaluation Design.” University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
Describes the evaluation process for Minnesota’s Health Care Homes medical home initiative, including timeline, methods, data sources, and challenges.
- Stanek, Michael, and Mary Takach. 2010. “Evaluating the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Potential and Limitations of Claims-Based Data.” National Academy for State Health Policy.
Discusses advantages and disadvantages of using claims-based data to evaluate patient-centered medical home initiatives. Highlights initiatives in Oklahoma’s SoonerCare Choice (Medicaid) medical home program and Rhode Island’s multi-payer Chronic Care Sustainability Initiative.