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Frequently Asked Questions

Medical Providers

Q: What is the Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot?
Q: What do I have to do to join the program?
Q: Why should I want to be a member?

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The pilot is organized as three geographic “pods,” Lake George (Lake George and surrounding), the Northern Adirondack (Plattsburgh and surrounding), and Tri-Lakes (Saranac Lake and surrounding).

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May 15th 2015

Northern Pod Medical Home presentation

Providers from the Northern Pod Medical Home participated in AHI’s May 14 presentation in Plattsburgh. Lottie Jameson, VP Regional Health Planning and Development, gave an AHI overview and spoke about community health…

Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot

The Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot is a joint initiative of medical providers and public and private insurers to transform health care delivery in this rural, upstate New York Region. Its goals are to improve care, expand access and contain costs and is administered by the Adirondack Health Institute.

The pilot employs the “patient-centered medical home” model for health care services. This model calls for every patient to have a trusted, personal physician – a doctor trained to provide first contact, continuous and comprehensive care. It also emphasizes preventive care and active management and coordination of care for people with chronic conditions.