Tag Archives: value-based care

Redefining the Medical Home: Reframing the concept of where people receive care creates value

Medical homes have made great progress over the years. The idea of creating a patient-centric model focused on the whole person within the four walls of a medical practice is wonderful and greatly needed. But thanks to an ever-changing world, we’re now at a point where we need to think about redefining what the medical home should look… Read More »

Diseases of life: Life situations act as barriers to care

Healthcare today has become disease-centric. We not only focus heavily on the biomedical needs of our patients, but we do it from a disease-defining perspective. We have pathways and guidelines that are disease specific, we have specialty clinics that are disease specific, and our treatments are very focused on treating a disease. Working from this disease-based paradigm has… Read More »