This session will focus on the divergent needs of a population composed of rich and poor and young and old, all with medical needs being satisfied in a rural location by one clinic, and the clinic's future as a patient centered medical home. The panel will review the site and its rich history, its location near the architecturally inspired community of Sea Ranch, the effect of nature, and the underserved medical needs of a diverse community.
Explore how population health management affects a community with divergent health care needs and disparate economic means.
Plan and design concepts and features that strive to improve throughput and operations and metrics comparing traditional models to an integrated care model.
Assess the community benefits of an innovative clinic that unites a community around needs and beliefs and still addresses the IHI Triple Aim.
Improve patient satisfaction and metrics expressed in the patient centered medical home model's planning and design features.
Vice President - Design Principal,
HGA Architects and Engineers
Credits: None available.
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