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Physician Remuneration in a Patient’s Medical Home

As part of the CFPC’s ongoing advocacy for the Patient’s Medical Home, the Remuneration Best Advice Guide, aims to support family physicians and policy decision makers with information on how a remuneration model can address different community needs, and the outcomes associated with the models in different scenarios. Click here to review the guide and […]

New Best Advice Guide on Health Literacy Released

The latest Best Advice Guide on the topic of Health Literacy supports the crucial first pillar in the Patient’s Medical Home (PMH), Patient-Centeredness. This guide explores ways in which family physicians can support their patients understanding of health information by enhancing their own communication skills, increasing use of health literacy assessment tools in the practice, […]

A Patient’s Medical Home in Action

April Frego, RN, CDE, and Lisa Bonds, CCPA, are passionate health professionals separated only by where they are in their respective career paths. Frego has been a primary care nurse since 1976 and has spent the majority of her working career in the residency training program with the University of Manitoba. Bonds graduated from the […]

Going From Paper to Electronic

The shift from paper-based patient records to electronic medical records (EMRs) is now recognized as integral to the evolution of the delivery of care in family medicine. As EMR tools are further developed, new possibilities for their application come to light: for example, data collected through EMRs can guide system-wide decisions and inform research. The […]


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Centering in on the patients.

“The College of Family Physicians of Canada releases a practical guide on patient-centredness in family practice.”   The first pillar of the Patient’s Medical Home is patient-centredness. Including the patient as a participant in planning and decision-making is associated with many positive health outcomes. Importantly, it is care Canadians want – the kind that focuses […]

From red to green.

On Nov 12, 2014 The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) released a follow-up document to the 2013 Report Card, entitled “From Red to Green. From Stop to Go. Recommended actions to improve home care and child and youth health”. The document provided specific recommendations on federal government participation in two key areas of […]

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