Medical Home video

View our video to see more about how being part of a patient-centered medical home changes and improves how care is delivered for you.

What is a medical home?

A “medical home” is a medical office or clinic where a team of health professionals work together to provide a new, expanded type of care to patients. Having a medical home gives you the familiar and comfortable relationship that you have with your family doctor, but also includes a coordinated team of other professionals behind the care that you receive. This team uses modern communication techniques to provide the best possible care for you in our office.

When you take an active role in your health and work closely with us, you can be sure that you’re getting the care that you need.

See the difference

Logansport Memorial Medical Home
This infographic provides a detailed visualization of how being part of a medical home works. You can learn more about who is involved, and how you'll benefit from it. Download the full version.

What does this mean for me?

More Efficient Care

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  • Same day appointments
  • After-hours access coverage
  • Tracking of image/lab services
  • After-hours access 365-days with urgent care and emergency services

More informed care

More informed care
  • Access to Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for you, your family members and care team
  • Electronic prescriptions
  • Evidence-based decision support • Patient portal

Better Coordinated Care

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  • Multi-specialty team led by your primary care provider
  • Shared goals
  • Improved communication with specialists and inpatient facilities
  • Patient and family involvement
  • Long-term provider-patient relationships, instead of episodic care

Higher Quality Care

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  • Patient-centered
  • Medication management
  • Holistic care
  • Proactive disease management
  • Patient satisfaction feedback
  • Quality improvement measures
  • Wellness and preventative care

How will a medical home benefit me?

  • We are available when you need us. You can communicate with us easily, efficiently, and get appointments quickly.
  • We know you and your health history. We know about your personal or family situation and can suggest treatment options that make sense for you.
  • We help you understand your health and how to take care of yourself. We explain your options and provide you with information to help you make decisions about your care.
  • We help you coordinate your healthcare, even if we are not the ones providing it for you. We will help you find specialists, get appointments, and make sure others have the information they need to care for you.
  • We use technology like electronic medical records and share these records securely among your providers to help prevent medical errors and make sure that we are always on the same page, with each other and with you.

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