Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities

Implementation Tool
February 2019



This video series details how health systems can redesign primary care, including through home-based primary care programs, to better meet the needs of people with disabilities.


People with disabilities often experience barriers to accessing primary care, which can increase their chances of frequent hospitalizations and hinder their ability to live independently in the community. This video series explores how health systems and providers can redesign primary care to be more person-centered and better meet the needs of people with disabilities.

About this Tool

The videos feature perspectives from Robert Master, MD, cofounder of Commonwealth Care Alliance, and consumer leaders with disabilities on how to improve primary care for this population. The first video provides an overview of the Independent Living movement and the core values when redesigning a primary care delivery system. The second video emphasizes how to create a person-centered culture within primary care that places individuals with disabilities on the same expertise level as the clinician. The third video describes a successful interdisciplinary team approach that can help individuals with disabilities coordinate their care. Finally, the fourth video explains the benefits of home-based primary care for individuals with involved disabilities.


This set of videos can help inform health systems and providers in creating a more person-centered primary care experience for people with disabilities by treating them as equal partners in care and conducting care visits in the home.

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