Patient-Centered Team-Based Care in Wisconsin: A Working Conceptual Model, is intended to assist health care professionals, students enrolled in a health care career and educators in learning more about this proposed model of care. This publication will:
- Accelerate awareness of patient-centered team-based care as an important health care redesign strategy in Wisconsin.
- Describe a model that is framed around the antecedent conditions necessary to develop and support effective patient-centered team-based care.
- Provide an overview of the principles, practices, components, applicability, and dynamics of patient-centered team-based care and the importance of interprofessional work.
- Expand interest in patient-centered team-based care as a redesign strategy to improve patient safety and health outcomes, support and improve population health, improve the practice experience for nurses, physicians, physician assistants and other team members and the importance of health system and community linkages.
- Generate discussion on the merits of the model that can stimulate payment reform by moving from volume-driven to value-driven care and controlling health care costs.
The development of this publication was supported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Public Health through its Wisconsin Chronic Disease Prevention Program under funding opportunity from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services.
View the publication here: WNA Patient-Centered Team-Based Care