What is Medical Home?
The Medical Home ECHO is a partnership between Minot State University and the Department of Health’s Newborn Screening Program to provide information on the Medical Home Model. Medical Home is defined by the AAP as an approach to providing comprehensive, high-quality primary care. To include accessible, family-centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective. Medical Home is not a building or place. It builds partnerships with clinical specialists, families, and community resources.
|Session 1: Intro to Medical Home model and Coordinated Treatment Clinics||September 14th, 2022
|Session 2:||September 28th, 2022|
|Session 3: Providing Continuous Care from Infancy to Adult Care||October 12th, 2022|
|Session 4: Comprehensive Care for Children and Families||October 26th, 2022|
|Session 5: Coordinated Care Plans with All Health Care Clinicians||November 9th, 2022|
|Session 6: Compassionate Care: Strategies for How to Have Difficult Conversations||November 23rd, 2022|
|Session 7: Health Equity and Providing Culturally Effective Car|