Emerging Initiatives NCQA and PCHMH

2011 Webinar #1

PCMH 2011 - Introduction

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2011 Webinar #2

PCMH 2011 - Must Pass Elements

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2011 WEBINAR #3

PCMH 2011 - Standard 6, Measuring & Improving Performance

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2011 WEBINAR #4

PCMH 2011 - Standard 1, Enhancing Access & Continuity

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2011 WEBINAR #5

PCMH 2011 - Standards 2 & 5, Collecting Data and Coordinating Care

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2011 WEBINAR #6

PCMH 2011 - Record Review Workbook & Standard 4

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2011 WEBINAR #7

PCMH 2011: Standard 3

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2011 Webinar #8

PCMH 2011: Interactive Survey System

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2011 PCMH Resources

Resources for practices following the 2011 PCMH path

Below you will find materials assembled by CCNC's PCMH Team for practices moving toward 2008 PCMH recognition. While the team's primary focus is on the multi-payer demonstration projects, these materials provide a roadmap for any practice seeking PCMH status.

PCMH 2011 Workbook Available

The 2011 PCMH Workbook is a detailed overview and "how-to" document that provides guidance and examples of documentation for the entire PCMH process.  Thanks to Dr. Chip Watkins for many hours of research and compilation, and to partner organizations for use of their materials.  It's a large (3.5 MB) Excel document, so it may take a few minutes to download. 

Also available is a free series of "how-to" webinars that walk primary care practices through the PCMH 2011 recognition process.

  • See the "Webinar Schedule" link on the right-hand side of this page for a list of upcoming and past PCMH 2011 webinars.
  • Also on the right are links for downloading the PowerPoint presentations used in past webinars.
  • If you missed a webinar, archived videos of past presentations are available via the links on the left-hand side of this page.

Additional PCMH Tools

Don't miss these handy tools for navigating PCMH 2011:

Keep checking this page for updates to our PCMH resources. If you come across information you think would be helpful to others, please let us know.

1.  Thanks to Dr. Rupal Yu and the PCMH Team at AccessCare for their work on this document.