The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition program is the most widely adopted Patient-Centered Medical Home evaluation program in the country. By earning NCQA PCMH recognition, your practice demonstrates a commitment to patient-centered care and quality improvement. This results in patients that are happier, healthier, and more satisfied with their experience.
The process of PCMH transformation towards NCQA PCMH recognition has many components and practices may find the project challenging at times. The appropriate guidance can be invaluable. That’s why we offer support and assistance from a team of NCQA PCMH Certified Content ExpertsTM. The support from this team is priceless and is available at no cost to your practice.
The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a model of care where a primary care provider facilitates and coordinates the patient’s healthcare needs with other healthcare professionals. Research shows that PCMH practices improve quality, patient experience and staff satisfaction, and reduce healthcare costs.
If you are interested in the NCQA PCMH recognition process, this is the best place to begin.
WWW.NCQA.ORG: The PCMH Recognition Process
Find out how to get started, what tools you will need for the transformation process, and if you are eligible for any special PCMH initiatives.
NCQA PCMH Standards and Guidelines
Find the NCQA PCMH Standards and Guideline here.
Find the Quality Performance Assessment Support System (Q-PASS), the all inclusive interactive platform to assist you with NCQA PCMH Recognition here.
If your practice is currently recognized, this section contains information about renewing recognition and transitioning to the redesigned process. If your practice is currently NCQA PCMH recognized, this section contains information about renewing your recognition.
Annual reporting helps practices strengthen as medical homes by reviewing progress and encouraging performance improvement more frequently.
Find detailed information on PCMH Annual Reporting Requirements to Sustain Recognition here.
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