Medical Home Videos
Introduction to Patient Centered Medical Home
This multimedia program was developed to help explain this innovative model of healthcare to consumers.
Its focus is medical homes for all people of all ages. The program is the result of a collaboration between the Patient-Centered Primary
Care Collaborative and Emmi Solutions®. (English: 4:28 minutes; Spanish 6:04 minutes).
American Academy of Pediatrics Medical Home Channel on Youtube
Short videos on the medical home model of care and its components developed by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation (NCMHI). The NCMHI is a cooperative agreement between the Maternal and Child Health Bureau and the American Academy of Pediatrics with a mission to ensure that every child and youth has access to a medical home.
National Center for Medical Home Implementation Video Series (2012)
The NCMHI conducted interviews with thought leaders and medical home advocates in 2012 to capture their thoughts on medical home concept of care and how to implement it in practice. Framed around the six building blocks of the Building Your Medical Home toolkit, the interview videos are designed to provide an in depth view of the essential components that make up the medical home, as well as provide a general overview of medical homes. Core topics include: care partnership support, care delivery management, clinical care information and organization, practice performance measurement, resources and linkages, and payment and finance.
Medical Home Family Stories
Three 15-minute brief interactive videos and companion materials of specific Medical Home Partnerships. Developed in Hawaii by the Medical How Works! project at the University of Hawaii.
- Understand the roles of medical home partners
- Describe the skills needed for the parent as care coordinator
- Analyze strategies for implementing comprehensive and continuous care
- Determine access to relevant services for the child with special needs
The Patient-Centered Medical Home for Children with Special Needs -- It takes a Neighborhood
November 27, 2013
Presentation for UW Maternal and Child Health Course -Health Services 541
Developmental Screening in the Medical Home - MHLN Conference Call
(April 7, 2009)
Learn about the exciting developmental screening model developed and implemented by the Child and Adolescent Clinic (CAC) in Longview, WA. Collaborating with the Progress Center, the county’s main Early Intervention Provider, the CAC screens all their patients from birth through age 5 for developmental delay and parental concerns using the Ages and Stages Questionnaire. Hilary Gillette-Walch will share how they have operationalized their successful screening program at the clinic, including financial and logistical issues, and tips for other clinics and communities considering using formal screening tools in the medical home.
Cowlitz County Medical Home Leadership Network members Phyllis Cavens, MD Medical Director of the CAC and Hilary Gillette-Walch, RN, MPH developed this successful screening initiative as part of their ongoing medical home implementation in Cowlitz County.
View presentation (Powerpoint, 919KB)
"Building a Medical Home Brick
Strategies for Clinics Transforming Themselves into a Medical Home" (Nov. 13, 2008)
Presentation at the 2008 Children's Health Alliance Summit, Seattle WA
Hilary Gillette-Walch, RN, MPH
Program Director, Cowlitz Center of Foster Care Health
and Phyllis M. Cavens, MD
Chair of the Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Child Psychiatry Coalition
View presentation (Powerpoint, 12MB)
"Serving Special Populations: Medical and Dental Homes,
Children with Special Health Care Needs " (August 1, 2008)
WA Oral Health Regional Forum,Dr. Katherine TeKolste, MD
View presentation (PowerPoint, 2.31 MB)
Overview: Addressing oral health needs in at risk and CSHCN populations through Medical homes, Dental homes and community linkages.
Putting Medical Homes Into Practice (May 30, 2007 MHLN Conference)
View presentations and handouts
Washington State Partnerships for Medical Home Nov. 2, 2006
A variety of medical home presentations were given at this Nov. 2, 2006 meeting at SeaTac, WA to launch the Medical Home State Strategic Plan for Children with Special Health Care Needs.
a Family Advisory Committee in a Small Pediatric Practice
2006, Annual CME Conference for Washington Chapter of the American
Academy of Pediatrics, Leavenworth, WA.
Andrea Smith Lowe, MD, FAAP,
Ph.D., Skagit Pediatrics. How and why Skagit Pediatrics developed
a family advisory committee (FAC) for parents of both children with
special needs and typically developing children. Practical steps
in developing the FAC, including collaboration with public health
and early intervention/family Medical Home Team members, recruiting
FAC members and meeting structure. Also: display options
for resource materials in the clinic waiting room: bulletin
boards vs. posters in frames.
National Center for Medical Home Implementation- Training and Education pages
Although these pages are primarily targeted towards pediatricians and the medical home care team in the office, many of these resources may also be of interest and/or use for families, youth, communities, and states.