(A) The department of health shall submit a report to the governor and, in accordance with section 101.68 of the Revised Code, the general assembly, evaluating the patient centered medical home program not later than three years after rules adopted pursuant to section 3701.944 of the Revised Code first become effective. The department shall submit a second report not later than five years after those rules first become effective.
(B) The reports submitted under division (A) of this section shall include all of the following:
(1) The number of patients receiving primary care services from certified patient centered medical homes and the number and characteristics of those patients with complex or chronic conditions. To the extent available, information regarding the income, race, ethnicity, and language of patients shall be included in the reports;
(2) The number and geographic distribution of certified patient centered medical homes;
(3) Performance of and quality of care measures implemented by certified patient centered medical homes;
(4) Preventive care measures implemented by certified patient centered medical homes;
(5) Payment arrangements of certified patient centered medical homes;
(6) Costs related to implementation of the patient centered medical home program and payment of care coordination fees;
(7) The estimated effect of certified patient centered medical homes on health disparities;
(8) The estimated savings from establishing the patient centered medical home program, as those savings apply to the fee for service, managed care, and state-based purchasing sectors.
Added by 130th General Assembly File No. 25, HB 59, §101.01, eff. 9/29/2013.