UMass Medical School at the 2015 Conference on Practice Improvement
December 01, 2015
UMass Medical School to share how partnerships and self-assessments improve transformation at the 2015 Conference on Practice Improvement

Patient-centered medical home experts from UMass Medical School will present how partnerships improve transformation, share results of behavioral health self-assessments and reveal untold stories from the Massachusetts PCMH Initiative at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine 2015 Conference on Practice Improvement.

Who We are

Commonwealth Medicine is dedicated to improving health care for people in need, while also controlling costs and maximizing revenue for our clients.

Public- and private-sector organizations save millions of dollars annually by working with us. Our evidence-based recommendations and innovative solutions produce tangible results:

  • Better health outcomes
  • Lower health care costs
  • More access to health care

Our ability to apply objective academic research and public service knowledge makes a difference — both for our clients and the individuals they serve.

    Where We’ll be Next...

    Conference on Practice Improvement

    December 3-6 — Dallas, TX

    Sponsored by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, this conference shares information on redesign from private and public practices, and public clinics – from payment models and team-based care to behavioral health integration and patient engagement.

    We will be presenting at this conference.  

    Projects and Publications

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