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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project. Sue S. Bornstein, MD, FACP January 27, 2009. Texas Geography – A Review. Texas Facts. El Paso is closer to California than to Dallas The King Ranch in South Texas is larger than Rhode Island

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Texas patient centered medical home demonstration project

Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Sue S. Bornstein, MD, FACP

January 27, 2009


Texas geography a review

Texas Geography – A Review


Texas facts

Texas Facts

  • El Paso is closer to California than to Dallas

  • The King Ranch in South Texas is larger than Rhode Island

  • Texas is the only state to enter the US by treaty rather than annexation and reserves the right to divide itself into 5 regions

  • Texas has had six capital cities

  • The state animal is the armadillo

  • At 570 feet, the San Jacinto Monument is 15 feet higher than the Washington Monument


More texas facts

More Texas Facts…

  • Texas is now the second most populous state in the country (estimated 24,000,000 in 2008)

  • Texas has the highest percentage of uninsured residents - approximately 25%

  • Texas ranked 49th out of the 50 states in the Commonwealth Fund’s State Scorecard on Health System Performance

  • 64% of adults and 35% of children are overweight or obese

  • An estimated 1.4 million adults in Texas have been diagnosed with diabetes

  • By the next census date, Texas will have a majority Hispanic population


Primary care in texas

Primary Care in Texas

  • The national average for primary care physicians to every 100,000 people is 81 while Texas averages 68/100,000

  • 19 Texas counties have just two physicians; 17 counties have one physician and 25 counties have no physicians at all

  • ED visits in Texas jumped from 5.5 million in 1992 to 8.6 million in 2003

  • People earning more than 400% of the federal poverty level accounted for a growing portion of ED visits

  • Comprehensive tort reform was enacted in 2003; however, the greatest increase in physicians moving to Texas is in the high-risk specialty areas

  • Majority of primary care practices are composed of 5 or less physicians


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Primary Care in Texas

  • The Primary Care Coalition was formed in 2001 to strengthen the voice of primary care in Texas

  • Constituent organizations are Texas Academy of Family Physicians; Texas Chapter of the American College of Physicians and Texas Pediatric Society

  • PCC has published three influential papers on the state of primary care in Texas

  • They outline the challenges we face and put forward possible solutions – one of which is supporting PCMH home for all Texans


Texas pcmh demonstration project

Texas PCMH Demonstration Project

  • Stakeholders meeting convened in Austin June 27,2008 by the Texas ACP,

    Texas Academy of Family Physicians and Texas Pediatric Society

  • Meeting chaired by Robert Jackson, MD, Texas Chapter ACP President

  • More than 30 people attended – major commercial insurers, national ACP, Texas Medical Association, IBM, Health Dialog, State Department of Health Services and others

  • Presentations on the medical home by Neil Kirschner and Julie Schilz along with local ACP leaders

  • By the end, there was consensus that enough interest existed to proceed with forming a Steering Committee to explore a pilot project in Texas

  • Steering Committee consists of the 30 or so people who were at the first meeting along with others who have interest and expertise in the PCMH


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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Texas Chapter ACP Board of Directors-

Convening Organization

Texas PCMH Demonstration Project

Steering Committee

Best Practices and Practice Transformation

Governance

Metrics and Reporting

Reimbursement Methodology

Patient Advocacy


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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Governance Work Group Charge:

  • Develop and recommend to the Steering Committee a Steering Committee Charter that addresses the following

  • Why is this committee being established?

  • Define the convening authority for this project

  • Establish the limits on the Committee’s authority and/or scope of work

  • Outline specific priorities that the Committee must accomplish

  • Define responsibilities of the leaders and members

  • Establish expectations for Committee member participation

  • Establish ground rules that must be adhered to

  • Define the Committee’s “default” decision-making process


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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote the Patient Centered Medical Home in Texas.

Our goals are:

  • to improve health outcomes while managing costs and investing in a sustainable infrastructure and

  • to improve the patient experience while focusing on access, thereby invigorating primary care and enhancing practitioner satisfaction.

    The project will develop a robust methodology based on best practices to continually evaluate the Medical Home and our patients’ needs.

    Vision Statement

    The vision is to lay a foundation which ensures access to a Medical Home for all Texans by the year 2015.


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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Progress to date:

  • Texas Chapter ACP is convening organization

  • Adopted Joint Principles; endorsed NCQA certification process

  • Adopted Mission and Vision statements

  • Monthly Steering Committee calls and more frequent Work Group calls

  • Created Weblog to serve as a clearinghouse for meeting minutes, news, articles, calendar

  • Logo in development

  • Best Practices Work Group to recommend starting in one region with 3-5 IM and FM practices initially

  • Plan to include diverse practices (size, demography, payer mix) in pilot

  • Metrics and Best Practices Work Group meeting jointly to establish elements of project

  • Will likely include focus on medical home – specialist relationships (appropriate referrals and use of practice guidelines, exchange of information, access, communication) and “handoff” from hospitalists


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Texas Patient Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project

Ongoing challenges:

  • Study population (adult, children, or both)

  • Inclusion of public payers

  • Funding for start-up as well as for practice transformation

  • Formation of 501 C3 corporation

  • Increased participation of health care purchasers in project

  • Texas geography!


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