PCHCH Accreditation

refers to a model of care which places the patient at the center of his/her care and delegates responsibility for the coordination of care to the primary physician. PCHCH accreditation may be achieved through URAC, NCQA, TJC, and CARF.

Join Us 9/17 For Our FREE Webinar: The Secrets to Accreditation Success!

2023-10-06T12:54:05-04:00By |Accreditation, NCQA Accreditation, News and Events, PCHCH Accreditation, Specialty Pharmacy Accreditation, URAC Accreditation, Webinars|

Through research, expert interviews, and hands on work with some of the top national organizations we have discovered the keys to accreditation success....and they might not be what you think! This is a must attend event for anyone undergoing accreditation or re-accreditation. Discover essential components on how to maximize your accreditation success rate, save your organization money, and get the most out of your accredited status.

Benefits of ACOs to Both Patients and Providers

2017-04-02T13:28:40-04:00By |Care Coordination, Financial Analysis, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance, PCHCH Accreditation, Physician Compensation, Quality Improvement Programs, Services|

Summary: Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are gaining in popularity as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Have you considered the benefits of ACOs from both the patient and provider perspectives? One of the goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to provide coordinated care which, in turn, increases quality and efficiency within the healthcare field, and reduces costs. ACOs – What is an ACO? ACOs are groups of providers which form an organization based upon the Medical Home (or PCMH) concept. The Medical Home places responsibility for the coordination of care with the primary physician. The primary care physician coordinates with other physicians and providers such as specialty physicians, laboratories and diagnostic imaging, providing a central point for the patient’s medical information.

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