The GPSC works with doctors, divisions, and partners to support the evaluation of projects and innovations within the integrated system of care being created through patient medical homes (PMH) and primary care networks (PCN). The evaluation process takes place at the local, regional, and provincial levels.
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The goal of evaluation is to give divisions, doctors, and partners the opportunity to learn from experiences, adopt innovations, and make strategic decisions. The process supports knowledge sharing and health system improvement, and helps the GPSC to support the spread of success and identify and address needs in practices, communities, and the system.
- Reflect on practice opportunities using PMH Assessment and Patient Experience Tool.
- Co-develop evaluations and case studies that highlight experiences and innovations.
- Share community voices through stories of most significant change.
- Contribute to the provincial understanding of PMH and PCN implementation and outcomes.
Click on the following titles for more information on the work to date on key evaluation activities.
The voluntary self-assessment supports family doctors to reflect on their practice in relation to the 12 PMH attributes. Doctors can complete the assessment independently, one-on-one with support from PSP, or in a group division event.
Work to date: 2,000+ GPs (34% of all GPs) have completed the electronic PMH self-assessment at least once.
(Updated: August 2019)
The case studies provide an in-depth exploration of PMH innovations across the province.
Work to date: 12 mixed-method evaluations completed or underway
(Updated: November 2020)
Mission: Converting to Population Based Funding - Development and Transition Stages
Nanaimo: Culturally Safe Team-based Care at the Snuneymuxw Health Centre
Vancouver Island: PCN Steering Group Structure
Burnaby: Family Physician Networks
Central Interior Rural: Nurse Practitioner in Practice
South Okanagan Similkameen: Nurse in Practice
Sunshine Coast: EMR Database Integration
Victoria/South Island: Patient Summaries for Transitions in Care
Most significant change stories
What We Value: Stories of Most Significant Change (MSC) from Physicians, Allied Healthcare Providers, and Patients
Captures the most significant changes that resulted from Patient Medical Home (PMH) strategies such as the implementation of team-based care with allied health professionals (i.e., pharmacists and social workers). The MSC method highlights impacts and unintended impacts related to PMH work, and unpacks the core values held by different health care stakeholders as they undertake primary care system change.
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- Central Okanagan
- Kootenay Boundary
- North Peace
- North Shore
- South Island
- South Okanagan Similkameen
- Sunshine Coast
- Family doctors
- Division staff
- Peer mentors
- PSP team members
- Registered nurses
- Social workers
- School principals & students