NICHQ's Pediatric Medical Home Framework was developed through years of experience helping to transform pediatric practices into medical homes. The framework captures what NICHQ believes to be the best, evidence-based approaches to medical home practice transformation. Since many medical homes seek NCQA recognition, this tool has been specifically designed to map tested change concepts in NICHQ's framework to the 2014 NCQA PCMH standards.
Family Engagement Guide: The Role of Family Health Partners in Quality Improvement Within a Pediatric Medical Home
This guide will help pediatric practices determine if they are ready to work with families as improvement partners, how to recruit and work with family health partners and how to evaluate, sustain and improve the family health partners role and relationship.
In this paper, Cultivating Internal Change Agents for Medical Home Transformation, read about the Practice Transformation Facilitator (PTF) model including useful characteristics of PTFs, strategies for overcoming common challenges, and how the PTF model can be used to further the work of practice transformation.
This report summarizes NICHQ's learnings and impact from the Improving Follow-Up to Newborn Hearing Screening by Working Through the Medical Home project, which sought to improve the long term outcomes for children with hearing loss by strengthening follow up to newborn hearing screenings.
This guide is a "nuts and bolts" manual about how to implement a healthy weight clinic in a primary care practice. A healthy weight clinic provides multi-disciplinary, community-oriented care within the medical home setting for children and adolescents who are overweight or obese.