Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a care delivery model whereby patient treatment is coordinated through their primary care physician to ensure they receive the necessary care when and where they need it, in a manner they can understand.
We help organizations achieve PCMH recognition by enhancing their ability to manage patient populations, track/coordinate care, and measure/improve performance. We help them determine PCMH eligibility; apply PCMH standards and guidelines; and assist with preparing their submission for recognition to the NCQA or other recognizing body.
Contact Natalie Stewart at (765) 496-1265 for contract pricing.
Assistant Director, Quality Services
Northwestern researchers publish article on H3 practice facilitators implementation of CommunityRx-H3 in primary care practices Feb 15
Northwestern University's article published in the Annals of Family Medicine describes the H3 implementation of an evidence-based, EMR-integrated community resource referral system in primary care practices. ...
To receive Quality category points , MIPS-eligible clinicians are required to submit six measures, but may be able to submit less. Find out how CMS determines if the clinician could have submitted all six. ...