WHAT IS A MEDICAL HOME?
A Medical home is a nationally known healthcare standard that is based on a cultivated partnership between the patient, family, and primary provider in cooperation with specialists and support from the community. The patient/family is the focal point of this model.
Patient Centered Medical Home guidelines stress that care under the medical home model must be accessible, family-centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective. Electronic Health Record systems are used to monitor and track health outcomes in real time. Through a health team approach, practices are transformed to encourage develop improvements in care and provide patients with an increased quality of service.
PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOMES IN NEW JERSEY
Of New Jersey’s 24 FQHCs, 80% are nationally recognized Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH).
- AtlantiCare Health Services: NCQA PCMH
- CAMcare Health Corporation: Joint Commission Medical Home and NCQA PCMH
- Center for Health Education, Medicine & Dentistry (CHEMED): NCQA PCMH
- CompleteCare Health Network: Joint Commission Medical Home and NCQA PCMH
- Eric B. Chandler Health Center: NCQA PCMH
- Henry J Austin Health Center: Joint Commission Medical Home and NCQA PCMH
- Horizon Health Center: Joint Commission Medical Home and NCQA PCMH
- Jewish Renaissance Medical Center: NCQA PCMH
- Metropolitan Family Health Network: NCQA PCMH
- Monmouth Family Health Center: NCQA PCMH
- Neighborhood Health Services Corporation: NCQA PCMH
- Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.: NCQA PCMH
- North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center: Joint Commission Medical
- Ocean Health Initiatives: NCQA PCMH
- Project H.O.P.E.: NCQA PCMH
- Southern Jersey Family Medical Center: NCQA PCMH
- Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center: NCQA PCMH
- Zufall Health Center: NCQA PCMH