Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes are clinics that have been recognized for their commitment to quality, coordinated care. At its heart, this model of care fosters strong relationships with patients and their families. Clinics improve care by catching problems earlier, focusing on prevention, wellness and management of chronic conditions.
How To Become Recognized: As a recognized Patient-Centered Primary Care Home, your practice can be part of Oregon's vision for better health and lower costs for all Oregonians.
Standards for Recognition: Recognized primary care homes are accessible, accountable and offer comprehensive, continuous and coordinated care to patients and their families.
Payment Incentives: Recognized primary care homes are eligible to receive payment incentives to support the quality, coordinated care they provide Oregonians.
Technical Assistance & Resources: Visit the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute website for resources, tools, and technical assistance opportunities.
In a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home, you're the most important part of your care.
Watch this video to learn more about what your primary care home can do for you!*
*This video refers to "patient-centered medical homes." In Oregon, we call these Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes. They mean the same thing.
If you would like this video in an alternative format, please email us at PCPCH@state.or.us.
Your primary care home will:
- Better coordinate your care to help get you the services you need, when you need them
- Listen to your concerns and answer your questions
- Offer after-hours help and alternatives to the emergency room
- Help you play an active role in your health
Find a primary care home near you!