October 5, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
This 90-minute webinar will introduce participants to the Health Policy Commission’s PCMH PRIME Certification program. NCQA faculty will provide an overview of PCMH PRIME criteria and documentation requirements, focusing on program updates to be released in late September 2017 (please visit this page for further information about PCMH PRIME program changes). The goal of this session is to increase participants’ understanding of how an organization can apply to be PCMH PRIME certified. It will also examine the impact of a behavioral health focus on the medical home model.
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Can’t attend these sessions? Additional events and training opportunities will be offered in the future. Check this website for updates.
November 15: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
November 16: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
UMass Office of the President
333 South Street, 4th Floor
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
During this 1.5 day seminar, NCQA faculty will review the NCQA PCMH 2017 standards, documentation requirements, and application process. The training will also include a unit on the PCMH PRIME program and certification process, with a focus on the PCMH PRIME program updates released in late September (please visit this page for further information about PCMH PRIME program changes). The training will give participants the opportunity to practice scoring elements and examining documentation that supports an NCQA PCMH application and PCMH PRIME Certification.
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Knowledge Sharing Session: Pharmacologic Assisted SUD Treatment in Primary Care
To view the video of our August 8 panel on strategies for implementing pharmacologic treatment of SUD in primary care settings, please click here. This event was facilitated by Suzanne Mitchell, MD, Consultant, Health Management Associates and featured providers with experience treating SUD in primary care settings including:
- Kiame Mahaniah, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Lynn Community Health Center
- Ellie Grossman, MD, Internist, Cambridge Health Alliance
- Jacob Kagan, MD, Department Chair, Behavioral Health, Atrius Health
- Marcelo Campos, MD, Internist, Atrius Health
- Jessica Gray, MD, Family Physician, Boston Medical Center
May In-Person NCQA PCMH Seminar:
Materials from the May 22-23 training on PCMH Recognition and PCMH PRIME Certification can be found below: