Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are laying the groundwork for every Albertan to have a medical or health "home" anchored by a physician with the support of a broader health care team for improved access, increased services and ultimately better care. The work undertaken is designed around the College of Family Physicians of Canada's model for a patient-centred medical home.

This work is supported by several Alberta Medical Association-lead initiatives that are helping PCNs on their journey to create medical homes for patients across the province.

 

 Primary Health Care Integration Network

The PHC Integration Network is a customized SCN that was established to improve health outcomes and experiences.
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 Board Competency Training

This training series is targeted to new and existing PCN Board Members and AHS Joint Governance members throughout the province.
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 PCN Governance Framework

The Alberta Medical Association, Alberta Health Services and Alberta Health are implementing the new governance structure.
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 Central Patient Attachment Registry

CPAR is a centralized database that captures the attachment of primary care physicians or nurse practitioners and their paneled patients.
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 Physician Leaders' Network

The Physician Leaders' Network (PLN) supports the PMH journey with valuable tools, resources designed by physicians.
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 PCN Evolution

PCN Evolution is laying the groundwork for every Albertan to have a medical home anchored by a physician with a health care team.
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