By Monica E. Oss April 9, 2012 Recent health care policy documents and trade magazines (and even newspapers) are full of discussion of the move to primary-care-focused medical homes. (If you've missed the medical home discussion, see Experts disagree about value of 'medical home', Can a specialty practice be a patient-centered medical home? and What is a patient-centered medical home?) So, what exactly is a medical home? A medical home is a coordinated care model focused on acute care for all populations. Then, enter the term "health home." Confused? I was, the first time I heard the term. But, I've learned a lot about…
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