What Are The Accommodations In A "Medical Home?"

There has been much debate nationally about what should constitute a “medical home,” the notion that a central person should be designated to provide preventive care and coordinate with others about a patient’s needs. The California Center for Rural Policy embraces the widest possible definition of medical home. This is particularly critical in rural areas such as the Redwood Coast Region of California, where people are on average older, poorer, have higher rates of chronic disease—and are more likely to be medically uninsured.

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