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Patient-Centered Medical Home

A healthcare setting that facilitates partnerships between individual patients, clinicians, and family, a patient-centered medical home is a place where individualized care is designed around patient needs to increase care coordination and communication between providers and patients, and enhance overall quality, while simultaneously reducing costs. Individualized care within a patient-centered medical home is provided in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner. 
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February 2014 Webinar
This webinar will guide you through incorporating ambulatory care design trends and evidenced-based design principles when designing for ambulatory facilities. Learn from success stories at the UW Health – Yahara Clinic, an outpatient facility in Monona, Wisconsin. The presentation highlights Yahara Clinic’s operational concept of self-rooming and design for Integrated Care Team space. Post occupancy outcomes will be shared, including an 83% reduction in staff footsteps and 25% improvement in patient satisfaction scores. 
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July 2015 Project Brief
Learn about: the ways hospital planners worked within both architecture and urban planning parameters; a new facility that could serve various populations in a diverse cultural environment; and a hospital setting that could function as a self-sustaining community and enhance wellness.
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