AHRQ Infrastructure for Maintaining Primary Care Transformation (IMPaCT) Grants

Map of the United States highlighting the four IMPaCT grant states: North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico, and their partner states.

 

Project Profiles

Each grant title below links to a short profile about the project. The profiles include an overview of the efforts to spread primary care transformation within the model State, efforts to disseminate the model in partner States, the main lessons learned from these efforts, and implications for others.


North Carolina IMPaCT: Advancing and Spreading Primary Care Transformation (PDF Version; 584 KB) | Darren DeWalt, MD, and Mark Holmes, PhD; University of North Carolina

PA Spread: Pennsylvania Spreading Primary Care Enhanced Delivery Infrastructure (PDF Version; 561 KB) | Robert Gabbay, MD, PhD, FACP, and Alan Adelman, MD, MS; Pennsylvania State University Hershey College of Medicine

HERO: New Mexico’s Health Extension as a Model for Primary Care Transformation (PDF Version; 562 KB) | Arthur Kaufman, MD; University of New Mexico Health Science Center, Office for Community Health

Primary Care Extension in Oklahoma: An Evidence-Based Approach to Dissemination and Implementation (PDF Version; 601 KB) | James W. Mold, MD, MPH; University of Oklahoma Health Sciences

 

Success Stories

Each title listed below links to a short brief describing how an IMPaCT model State successfully helped to support implementation and dissemination of primary care transformation efforts in an IMPaCT partner State.


North Carolina IMPaCT: Catalyzing Primary Care Transformation in Idaho (PDF Version; 234 KB)

Pennsylvania IMPaCT: Catalyzing Primary Care Transformation in New York (PDF Version; 369 KB)

New Mexico IMPaCT: Catalyzing Community Health Transformation in Kansas (PDF Version; 380 KB)

Oklahoma IMPaCT: Catalyzing Primary Care Transformation in Colorado (PDF Version; 368 KB)

Page last reviewed August 2015
Page originally created April 2015
Internet Citation: AHRQ Infrastructure for Maintaining Primary Care Transformation (IMPaCT) Grants. Content last reviewed August 2015. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/primary-care/tpc/impactgrants.html