Why become an NCQA-Recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home?
NCQA recognition program provides an opportunity for practices to organize care around patients, work in teams, and coordinate and track care over time. The PCMH standards strengthen the work that you do and allows you to take advantage of Payer investments being made to support quality care.
We can support you by doing as much or as little as you need. Some clients just want a second set of eyes to review documentation before submission to NCQA; other clients need project management assistance to set up the work and move it from application through workflow restructuring.
Are you ready for NCQA?
Our readiness survey is designed to help you determine whether you can meet the Core requirements of the NCQA PCMH Program. It takes only a few minutes to complete and will allow us to provide you with an assessment of how ready your practice is to achieve recognition.We’ll also tell you how much work may be required to meet the Core aspects of the Program.
If you're planning on bringing another provider to your team, here are 5 tips and things to consider while creating your pediatric compensation model via PCC.
"All compensation models pay physicians, usually via salary, while balancing overhead costs and keeping a safe margin for error (Chip recommends 10%). Practices can additionally choose to pay physicians based on productivity benchmarks or offer bonuses. His model is an editable spreadsheet that begins with costs or overhead of the practice, then the physician’s desired margin of profitability, the benefits and taxes required for the provider, and the provider’s salary. Productivity measures and bonuses can be applied if applicable."
The pandemic has taken a toll on a lot of us. And as we near the post-pandemic world, here are some steps physicians can take to improve mental well-being.
"When we have negative emotions, we sometimes feel isolated and alone, and that we are the only people who are feeling this way. Sometimes we feel like these feelings will never get better. Talk to a trusted friend or family member. Reach out for support from your colleagues. Even better, schedule an appointment with a primary care physician, psychiatrist, or psychologist."