Inaugural Commemorative Lecture Series
The AAPS Foundation’s Commemorative Lecture Series honors the memory, spirit and practicing style of Dr. Stephen A. Montes and Dr. Bart E. Maggio. The Inaugural Lecture Series kicked off with Dr. Michael S. Barr, and Dr. Jasmine Chao speaking at the 65th AAPS Annual Meeting, at the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort, on July 10, 2017, discussing the "Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)."
The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
Stephen A. Montes, DO, FAASOS Bart E. Maggio, DO, FAASS
(1943 – 2015) (1936 – 2016)
The Patient-Centered Medical Home is a model of care that emphasizes care coordination and communication to transform primary care into “what patients want it to be.” National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) PCMH Recognition is the most widely adopted model for transforming primary care practices into medical homes. Research confirms medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs and can improve patients’ and providers’ experience of care. For more information about the "Patient-Centered Medical Home" visit http://www.ncqa.org/programs/recognition/practices/patient-centered-medical-home-pcmh.
Michael Barr, MD, MBA, MACP is a board-certified internist and executive vice-president for the Quality Measurement & Research Group at NCQA. Prior to joining NCQA in 2014, Barr was senior vice-president, Division of Medical Practice for the American College of Physicians, where he was responsible for promoting patient-centered care through development of programs, services and quality improvement initiatives for internists and other health care professionals.
Jasmine Chao, DO, MS, FAAFP, FAAIM has rich clinical experience with in-patient, outpatient and sub-acute rehab settings. Dr. Chao provides expert supervision of clinical studies involving patients of all ages and pathologies. Her practice earned the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certification in 2016. Since 2008, she has been a diplomat in Geriatric Medicine with ABPS and is currently serving her second year as President of the AAPS Foundation.