Care Delivery

The Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Initiative is the core component of the State Innovation Model (SIM) strategy for coordinated care delivery, focusing on the development and testing service delivery models in order to achieve better care coordination, lower costs, and improved health outcomes for Michiganders. This focus is aligned with the overall SIM Care Delivery goals of:

  • Championing models of care which engage patients using comprehensive, whole person-oriented, coordinated, accessible and high-quality services centered on an individual’s health and social well-being.

  • Supporting and creating clear accountability for quantifiable improvements in the process and quality of care, as well as health outcome performance measures.

  • Creating opportunities for Michigan primary care providers to participate in increasingly higher level Alternative Payment Methodologies.

For more detail on aspects of the 2018 PCMH Initiative, please review the supporting materials below. This web page will serve as a library of Care Delivery information and other program material and reports that will provide visibility into the progress and impact of the SIM Test in Michigan.


PCMH Initiative Newsletters:

Upcoming Events:

  •  March Office Hours: Care Management and Coordination Tracking Codes

  • Quarterly Update Webinar

  • April Office Hours: Evaluation 

  • April Office Hours: Operationalized Clinical Community Linkages

    • Details coming soon!

  • Pediatric Office Hours: Engaging Families, Common Challenges Across the Chronic Conditions


If you have questions about the PCMH Initiative, please contact the SIM Team at

Past Events: 

Quarterly Update Webinars

Office Hours Webinars

To access archived resources and materials from the 2017 PCMH Initiative, click here