Patient Centered Medical Home
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has designated 1,243 Michigan physician practices as patient-centered medical homes for 2013.
Kai Yang, Ph.D., professor of industrial and systems engineering in the College of Engineering at Wayne State University, has received a collaborative research grant from the National Science Foundation for the project, “An Allocation Model with Dynamic Updates for Balanced Workload Distribution on Patient-Centered Medical Homes.”
In keeping with society’s urgent need for more efficient and effective health care, Priority Health and Cancer and Hematology Centers of West Michigan have joined forces to explore an innovative oncology patient-centered medical home.
Detroit-based Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has designated approximately 2,500 physicians in roughly 770 practices across the state as patient-centered medical homes, a 28 percent increase over the 1,800 designated PCMH physicians in 2010.
The Detroit-based Health Plan of Michigan Monday announced a new program to get its providers Patient Centered Medical Home designation.