Table 2. Practice Demographics for 4 North Carolina Primary Care Practices Receiving Patient-centered Medical Home Recognition in 2013 or 2014 via the National Committee for Quality Assurance 2011 Patient-centered Medical Home Standards*
Practice IDProvider FTEsPatient visits/year (n)Medicaid (%)Uninsured (%)Commercial Insurance (%)Nonwhite Patients (%)Date of PCMH Level 3 RecognitionStudy Interview Dates
1 (Pediatrics)2.54,477758821December 2013March 2014
2 (Pediatrics)10.539,172430.35753January 2014May 2014
3 (Pediatrics)3.512,8133056519July 2014August 2014
4 (Family medicine)415,09415105535July 2014November 2014
  • * Patient-centered medical home (PCMH) 2011 standards were released in the spring of 2011; the 2014 standards, in the spring of 2014. Depending on a practice's start date and initial PCMH level attained, practices could be working on 2011 standards up until 2018.

  • Includes medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.

  • FTE, full-time equivalent.