PCTBC Model Hallmarks of Practice

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Hallmarks of Practice: Influencing Factor #2

Hallmarks of practice are a set of suggested care and services that are evident in patient-centered team-based care environments. These hallmarks, often grounded in the literature, were originally formulated in 2015 by WNA’s Multidisciplinary Advisory Council.

Hallmarks of practice are distinguished by:

  • High functioning team.
  • Partners and engages patients (family & support systems)
  • Provides safe, competent & evidenced-based care
  • Connections to the community
  • Population health orientation
  • Patient registries (IT) that facilitate care
  • Focused on the levels of prevention (primary, secondary, tertiary)