Welcome to the live web discussion on the Patient-Centered Medical Home, led by Paul Grundy M.D. and John Rogers M.D.
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Leading the web conversation will be Paul Grundy M.D. and John Rogers M.D. Dr. Grundy is the Chairman of the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative, representing employers of 50 million people in the United States, physician groups representing over330,000 medical doctors, leading consumer groups, along with the top seven US health-benefits companies. Paul is also IBM’s Global Director of Healthcare Transformation.
Dr. Rogers is the interim chair and professor at the Baylor School of Medicine, Family Medicine Clinic and the recent past president of the society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
Get a head start on the conversation
To provide more context for the conversation and background on the patient-centered medical home issue, we encourage you to look through some of the following links:
- An announcement from US Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that Vermont is the first state where Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers will pilot medical homes.
- A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine article.
- A Business Week article, “The Family Doctor: A Remedy for Health-Care Costs?”
- An article from Dr. Rogers’ about the medical home in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
- A podcast interview of Dr. Rogers with the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
- Background on how the Oklahoma University College of Medicine at OU-Tulsa transformed into the OU School of Community Medicine – the first formally named School of Community Medicine in the nation.
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