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The information in the Connecting Those at Risk to Care quick start guide is intended to assist community care coordination initiatives in identifying at-risk individuals, clarifying their risk factors, and then ensuring risk factors are addressed using pathways and a pay-for-performance methodology.
This resource will help you begin the journey towards a successful PCMH practice.
It is recommended that patients and physicians/healthcare providers complete this action plan together. This plan should be discussed at each physician visit and updated as needed. The green, yellow and red zones show symptoms of COPD. The list of symptoms is not comprehensive, and you may experience other symptoms. In the “Actions” column, your healthcare provider will recommend actions for you to take based on your symptoms by checking the appropriate boxes. Your healthcare provider may write down other actions in addition to those listed here.
This document examines eight core competencies for behavioral health providers working on a team in primary care.
This action plan is a guide to help you manage the signs and symptoms of coronary artery disease. You and your provider should complete this plan together at your next visit. The three colors (zones), green, yellow and red, help you decide what to do.
Background: The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) shows promise for improving care and reducing costs. We sought to reduce the uncertainty regarding the time and cost of PCMH transformation by quantifying the direct costs of transforming 57 practices in a medical group to National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)-recognized Level III PCMHs.
New Opioid Pain Management Guide Recommends Telehealth Patient Care Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, primary care physicians should provide opioid therapy for their patients through telehealth visits using two-way video such as Skype or FaceTime, or by telephone, according to a new guide issued by the AHRQ-funded Six Building Blocks program. 
Washington State Department of Health's Healthcare Provider Resources & Recommendations in response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) 
NAMI Eastside is partnering with Sound Solutions to facilitate virtual COVID-19 Support Groups for healthcare professionals. Groups  are open to all healthcare professionals. Facilitators are licensed therapeutic staff at Sound Solutions in the State of Washington. The groups' focus is the shared experience of those in the medical community providing healthcare during COVID-19 and the challenges created by this experience.
What do we mean by "behavioral health and primary care integration"? Find a definition in this Lexicon, published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.