- New this year: a pre-conference opportunity. This past December, NCQA updated thePCMH recognition program. It's a whole new ballgame with new standards, structure, scoring and processes. In order to help ease the transition, the pre-conference sessions explained how to transform practices from 2014 to the 2017 version.
- — New England QI (@NewEnglandQI)Thu, Nov 02 2017 18:11:09
- — Christy Erickson (@cericksonsail)Thu, Nov 02 2017 18:35:08Goodbye-Standards, Elements, Factors....Hello-Concepts, Competencies, and Criteria @PcmhCongress @NCQA https://twitter.com/pcmhcongress/status/926149214748454912 …
- There were around 1,000 attendees at PCMH Congress: nurses, doctors, practice managers and many others that are dedicated to improving patient care.
- — NCQA (@NCQA)Fri, Nov 03 2017 12:15:27
- — MAeHC (@MAeHC_org)Fri, Nov 03 2017 17:55:00This weekend: Practice Consultants Courtney Beach & Samantha Sawdon are at @PcmhCongress. Follow them at: https://www.facebook.com/massachusettsehealthcollab/ …
- On Friday, key sessions included serving vulnerable populations, measuring primary care mental health implementation and leveraging PCMH to achieve value-based payment success as a small practice.
- — Galen Healthcare (@GalenHealthcare)Fri, Nov 03 2017 13:37:03
- — Valor HospiceCare (@valorhospice)Sun, Nov 05 2017 17:33:12
- — William F Tulloch (@CPTDoomDC)Fri, Nov 03 2017 13:57:26Great insights from Parie Garg, Meshie Knight and Yael Lipton on healthcare information needs of vulnerable populations. @PcmhCongress
- — Sandi Selzer (NJAFP) (@SandiSelzer)Fri, Nov 03 2017 17:10:16@NJAFP content expert bringing back important information regarding 2017 standards from @PcmhCongress in Orlando! Let us help your practice succeed with PCMH recognition! https://twitter.com/SueNJAFP/status/926437750567522304 …
PCMH Congress 2017: A Lot to Learn in 3 Days
The National Committee for Quality Assurance held the third annual PCMH Congress 2017 in Orlando, FL. PCMH Congress is the largest conference for clinician committed to the pursuit of transformation and recognition as a Patient-Centered practice.