The Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) is a patient-centered, physician-led, coordinated model of care designed to improve patient and provider satisfaction and population health while reducing the costs of care. It's adaptable for teams of all sizes, settings, and service lines, and it's applicable to every stage of the perioperative journey.

In other words, PSH does a lot of heavy lifting. That's not to say it's all things to all people, but rather that it is different things to many members of the care team. Some PSH practitioners have used the model to zoom in on a targeted problem, like CMS penalties or high readmission rates. Others have employed the model to tackle broad systemic problems like provider satisfaction and patient experiences. The model is robust, but it's also modular, scalable, and flexible.

To get a sense of what anesthesiologists who have put a PSH into practice value most about the...

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