This section provides an opportunity to view projects and
programs implemented across the United States that enhance the delivery of
primary care services to children and youth, particularly children and youth with special health care needs and those living in vulnerable and medically underserved communities.
View innovative and promising practices in pediatric medical home implementation. Each practice is reviewed by an expert panel and selected for exemplary and replicable strategies in enhancing care for children and youth.
Application and Selection Criteria
If you are working in a program or know of a program that provides care within the pediatric medical home model, and would like to be featured on the National Center for Medical Home
Implementation Web site, complete an application and view selection criteria for applications.
Innovative and Promising Practices in Pediatric Medical Home Implementation Summary Report
This summary report is a companion piece to the 2018 e-Learning series, Where the Rubber Meets the Road—Conversations about Innovative and Promising Practices in Pediatric Medical Home Implementation, and features 14 of 21 Innovative and Promising Practices from the NCMHI Innovative and Promising Practices in Pediatric Medical Home Implementation online database.
This summary report is for pediatric clinicians, Maternal and Child Health Title V / Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs programs, family/caregivers, and other pediatric health stakeholders interested in innovative and replicable strategies in pediatric medical home. Tools and resources from the National Center and partner organizations are also listed to support implementation efforts.