In this post we provide an update on the PCMH 2017 Annual Reporting (Sustaining) process and the ability to renew in Q-PASS under the new annual reporting requirements. NCQA has updated the new Q-PASS system. The system is now ready for you to enroll those sites that are PCMH 2014 Level 3 and expiring in [...]
Health centers who achieved recognition in PCMH 2011 at Level 1, 2 or 3, or PCMH 2014 at Level 1 or 2 may pursue Accelerated Renewal under PCMH 2017. These practices may attest to meeting certain criteria without providing all the evidence required of practices seeking recognition for the first time. Those criteria not [...]
We always welcome additional ideas. Click here to submit your idea or approach. 1) Designate one team member who owns the PCMH program. This person may not be responsible for all the maintenance tasks but instead may delegate the requirements to other team members. 2) Print off and provide PCMH policy notebooks for [...]
NCQA just released their crosswalk of the 2014 Standards to the 2017 version. The 2014 Elements and Factors are listed along the left-hand column, next to the corresponding 2017 criteria which are similar in intent and requirements.
For the annual check-in, health centers will demonstrate they continue to align with recognition requirements. The preliminary annual reporting requirements for PCMH recognition are outlined in the PDF below. This is the version current as of 9.30.17 (accessed here). Practices will also have the opportunity to submit data and documentation on special topics, such as [...]
HRSA will pay for the cost of Survey Tools ($80 for 2014 Standards) and Renewal, Conversion, or new PCMH Application Submission (2014 or 2017 Program). In order to have HRSA pick up the cost of your PCMH application, your CHC must first file a Notice of Intent (NOI). Read more frequently asked questions about PCMH, posted [...]