BCCFP part of Patient’s Medical Home implementation in BC
British Columbia is now moving forward with changes to primary care delivery based on the key concepts of the CFPC’s Patient’s Medical Home (PMH) and the Ministry of Health’s primary care network (PCN).
During this time of planning and transition, the BCCFP will be ensuring that the professional voice of family physicians is heard. We will be working with our partners on the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) to provide input into the design and implementation process.
The GPSC website provides more detail on the planned transformation of primary care, including the BC approach to both PMH and PCH.
Some of the CFPC’s PMH resources are linked below. The CFPC Patient’s Medical Home site also has extensive information, including progress toward PMH in other provinces, as well as information for policy makers and patients.
Practice Readiness Self-assessment Tool
The CFPC Self-Assessment Tool helps you to analyze how closely your practice aligns with the principles of the PMH. It also offers actionable advice and links to resources that can help you better align your practice with these principles.
Best Advice Guides
The Best Advice Guides offer information directly related to addressing patient care and administrative needs in a PMH practice:
(Added in November 2018) Advanced and Meaningful Use of EMRs (overview) – this Best Advice guide provides practical advice and resources for family physicians, in a modular format, to learn more about advanced and meaningful use of EMRs in practice. The modules are available on the CFPC Patient’s Medical Home website.
BC Practice Profiles