|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Source||The Journal of ambulatory care management, Volume 40, Issue 2, p.89 - 100 (2017)|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Journal||The Journal of ambulatory care management|
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) costs a lot to build and maintain. Deficiencies have become apparent: it has provided few of its advertised benefits and is becoming a troubled asset. A troubled asset relief program for the PCHM is needed (PCMH-TARP). This report presents a PCMH-TARP that places patients' interests first. The PCMH-TARP addresses regulatory barriers and greatly simplifies the complexity of the PCMH blueprint. A disruptively renovated PCMH will stand on a foundation of measures that matter to patients.
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