Core Outcome 1: All children and youth with special health care needs will receive coordinated ongoing comprehensive care within a medical home.
The following webinars took place through the SPHARC Peer-to-Peer Exchange program, and were led by Dr. Chuck Norlin, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine, and Director of the Medical Home Portal and UPIQ. Dr. Norlin discusses medical home structure and resources in Utah. To explore additional resources gathered from the exchange, click on the links below.
Utah Medical Home Portal Webinar [Dec. 2010]
Utah Pediatric Partnership to Improve Healthcare Quality (UPIQ) Webinar [Mar. 2011]
The National Center on Medical Home Implementation works to ensure that all children, including children with special health care needs, have access to a medical home by enhancing and providing resources, tools, technical assistance and support.
The Center for Medical Home Improvement promotes high quality primary care in the medical home and secure health policy changes critical to the future of primary care.
The Roadmap to a Medical Home: A Medical Home Primer for Community Pediatricians and Family Physicians - developed by the University of Illinois Division of Specialized Care for Children
Medical Home Quality Improvement: A Facilitator's Guide - developed by the University of Illinois Division of Specialized Care for Children
Medical Home Resources - developed by The Autism Program (TAP) of Illinois