URAC Patient Centered Health Care Home (PCHCH) Programs

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URAC Patient Centered Health Care Home (PCHCH) programs are designed to educate and guide health care practices in transforming into a medical home. The PCHCH Practice Achievement Program focuses on evaluating practices on Key Joint Principles of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) including access, coordination, quality and patient centeredness. URAC’s PCHCH Practice Achievement Program consists of two levels:PCHCH Practice Achievement and;PCHCH Practice Achievement with Electronic Health Records (EHR) Complimentary publications:The Medical Home Today™ is a resource for physician leaders, practitioners, and care coordinators working on the vanguard of the medical home delivery model, featuring the latest developments, case studies, interviews and regulations. This complimentary biweekly source is brought to you by URAC, a quality-driven accreditation body and Dorland Health. Sign up for your free copy at www.urac.org/medicalhometodayURAC’s Medical Home White Paper -A Consumer’s Perspective: A Model of Care That Could Dramatically Improve Consumers’ Health and Wellness 

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