Engagement Journeys

The PMH Engagement Journeys were designed to capture eight divisions' early implementation of the patient medical home (PMH) model of health care. The stories offer a look at the challenges and successes the divisions experienced along their journeys, and the resources they created to engage members and partners around primary care. It is the hope that these stories will act as a resource, support, and source of inspiration for other divisions beginning their journeys to an integrated system of care via the PMH.

 
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice

Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice

Central Okanagan Division of Family Practice

Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice

Prince George Division of Family Practice

Richmond Division of Family Practice

South Okanagan Similkameen Division of Family Practice

Victoria Division of Family Practice

  

Engagement ​Resources


White Paper - Neighborhood Networks
An overview of the Richmond Division of Family Practices strategy, ‘Neighbouring Networks’ which supports the independence and potential interdependence of neighbouring GPs. 

Excerpt from First Do No Self Harm – Understanding and Promoting Physician Stress Resilience 
Pages from a book by Dr Kuhl’s et al. which are a key resource in understanding and promoting physician stress resilience. 

Presentation - Kootenay Boundary Primary Care Home 
Presentation going over Primary Care Home trajectory in BC including health spending vs. outcomes across the province and nationally. The presentation ​provides an overview of the role of the KB Collaborative Services Committee (CSC) plays in implementing the Primary Care Home (PCH).

Presentation - Comox Valley Member Priority
A presentation on working better together. It focuses on working with allied health providers, community services, and specialists.

Presentation - How Northern Health staff and physicians are building primary care(needs to be uploaded JCC)
In Northern Health, the Primary Care Home is embedded in a Healthy Community.   Health promotion and prevention is an integral part of the work

Division Newsletter #15 - March 2017
The Prince George Division of Family Practice March newsletter. It includes the President’s report, What’s Up at the Division, Demystifying QI, Mental Health Planning, The QI Journey – Interview, NH QI Leadership Training Resources, Pathways: Made in BC, The Coaches’ Corner: AMCARE to HDC

Presentation – Kootenay Boundary PMH 
A presentation on PMH/PCH in the Kootenay Boundary including a Change Acceleration Plan, KB CSC Spectrum of Member Issue Engagement & Decision Making, and Risks and Pitfalls of PHC for Community, Physicians, and IH Staff. 

Patient Medical Home Attribute Posters
A resource of posters to print out covering the Patient Medical Home attributes with definitions, community examples, and a space for you to write what you need to do for your practice. 

Terms of Reference - CSC Sub-Committee - Primary Care Homes 
Terms of Reference for CSC Sub-Committee - Primary Care Homes including Committee Purpose, Objectives, Activities, Governance, Scope & Decision-Making, and Membership.

Proposed Governance Structure
A proposal for the Planning & Implementation of North Shore’s Primary Care Homes

Scope Magazine – Volume 1
The first issue of Scope Magazine published by the Victoria Division of Family Practice aimed to connect with division members, patients, partners in the health system, and the community at large. This issues articles touch on Emergency Planning, Walk-In Clinic Survey Results, CBT Skills, as well as a variety of feature articles. 
 

Saanich Peninsula Primary Care Network

Outlines the physician benefits of joining the Saanich Peninsula Primary Care Network.