Practice Education Series
The Wisconsin Medical Home Initiative offers education to physicians, their care teams, and families on medical home topics. Outreach is guided by policy statements or clinical reports from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). These no-cost, one-hour trainings are delivered on-site at primary care clinics, at a time that is convenient for clinicians and care team members.
Learn about one validated developmental screening tool and one validated autism specific screening instrument.
Clinicians select behavioral health-related topics on which they wish to receive customized support.
Learn strategies for promoting family involvement in your practice. Trainings are also available for families on how to partner with their child's physician.
Medical Home Implementation
This online resource guide from the National Center for Medical Home Implementation provides practices with tools on family-centered care, coordinated care, and population health management necessary to begin and sustain the medical home transformation process.
Care coordination emphasizes optimal quality and cost outcomes, addresses family-centered care, and calls for partnership across various settings and communities.
Transition to age-appropriate adult health care is a process, not a single event, involving the entire family and the youth’s team.