You can promote health for all Canadians through improved interprofessional collaboration. Nurses, nurse practitioners, other physician specialists, physiotherapists, pharmacists, and other health care professionals are integral to health care teams. However, to create a team capable of addressing the many needs of the community, the capacity to work together is important. Interprofessional collaboration is an essential part of providing comprehensive, continuing health care to patients. Effective health care teams that are well planned and well supported can contribute significantly to achieving the goals of the PMH. Cohesive teams are associated with better health outcomes and higher patient and provider satisfaction.

  • Advance Care Planning Tool
  • Choosing Wisely Toolkit
  • Prevention in Hand
  • Best Advice Guide: Communities of Practice in the Patient’s Medical Home
  • The Patient’s Medical Home: It Takes a Team
  • Best Advice Guide: Chronic Care Management in a Patient's Medical Home
  • Best Advice Guide: Health Literacy in the Patient's Medical Home
  • Best Advice Guide: Physician Remuneration in a Patient's Medical Home
  • PMH - Striving for Excellence in the Patient's Medical Home
  • PMH - Medical Home on the Prairie
  • Video: PMH - One FP's Story
  • Video: PMH in One Minute
  • PMH One-Page Summary
  • Best Advice Guide: Timely Access
  • Best Advice Guide: Social Determinants of Health
  • Best Advice Guide: Rostering
  • Best Advice Guide: Patient-Centredness
  • Best Advice Guide: Panel Size
  • Best Advice Guide: Adopting EMRs in a Patient’s Medical Home
  • 2009 Discussion Paper: Bring It On Home
  • 2011 PMH Vision Paper
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