Helping Primary Care Practices Attain Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition Through Collaboration With a University
Evaluates a model supporting rural primary care practices during their development to achieve recognition as a National Center for Quality Assurance patient-centered medical home (PCMH). This model was a collaboration between Community Care of North Carolina and Appalachian State University's College of Health Sciences where undergraduate healthcare management and preprofessional students were guided by the PCMH team to work directly with the practices.
Author(s): Sandi J. Lane, R.W. "Chip" Watkins Citation: Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 26(6), 784-786 Date: 11/2013 Type: Document view details
Testing to Prevent Colon Cancer: Results from a Rural Community Intervention
Examines the use of a discrete choice experiment (DCE) to
learn about how vulnerable individuals, with public
or no insurance and low-incomes, in rural North Carolina
value different aspects of colorectal cancer (CRC)
screenings. Includes statistics on DCE participants, such
as race/ethnicity, education, income, employment,
insurance, assistance needed with written materials, and
agreement on CRC screening attributes.
Author(s): John M. Westfall, Linda Zittleman, Christin Sutter, et al. Citation: Annals of Family Medicine, 11(6), 500-507 Date: 11/2013 Type: Document view details