Health Care Homes

Doctor and patientA "health care home," also called a "medical home," is an approach to primary care in which primary care providers, families and patients work in partnership to improve health outcomes and quality of life for individuals with chronic health conditions and disabilities.

The development of health care homes in Minnesota is part of the ground-breaking health reform legislation passed in May 2008. The legislation includes payment to primary care providers for partnering with patients and families to provide coordination of care.

  • Resources

  • Fact sheets and links to organizations on medical homes.
  • Learning Collaborative

  • Opportunity for health care homes and State agencies to exchange information and enhance understanding related to quality improvement and best practices.
  • Advisory Committees

  • Health Care Homes Advisory Committee and work group membership and meeting information.


Updated Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 12:06PM