PCMH Recognition Annual Reporting - Washington, DC
PCMH Recognition Annual Reporting: Continued Success
This education program is designed to help PCMH practices understand the larger goals of Annual Reporting and prepare for annual submission under the Patient-Centered Medical Home program. Expectations for those transitioning from the 2014 PCMH recognition as well as those that have achieved Recognition under the current PCMH requirements will be discussed in detail.
Faculty will highlight ways to demonstrate sustained recognition status through maintenance and continuous quality improvement efforts using data that the practice is already collecting internally and for other sources (e.g. state initiatives). Timelines for deliverables and performance expectations will be key discussion items.
This interactive program is geared towards individuals with one year of experience, or more; collecting, reporting, and acting upon annual reporting data; or those who need a refresher. This program is designed for everyone in the practice that works with patients and who works with PCMH recognition.
- Outline the Annual Reporting Requirements for PCMH recognition.
- Explain how Annual Reporting supports the maintenance of the medical home model and a culture of continuous quality improvement within a PCMH practice.
- Describe the Annual Reporting process, including timelines, submission and audit.
- Outline important features and functions of QPASS used to submit the Annual Reporting.
Date, Seminar Hours, Location and Fees
February 26 | Washington, DC
Day 1, February 26
1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m
Lunch will be served.
Regular Registration Fee: $425.
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1100 13th Street, NW; Third Floor
Washington, DC 20005
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Brianna Clifford, MPH, PCMH CCE
Bri Clifford is a Policy Manager in NCQA’s Recognition Programs Policy and Resources Department. On this team she supports recognition programs through the creation of resources, maintenance of programs and education of both internal and external stakeholders.
Before joining NCQA, she worked with the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Emergency Management. There she helped create a GIS mapping tool used to track patient movement to HHS staffed medical facilities in response to natural disasters. She also spent three years managing the clinical side of specialty practices and volunteering as an EMT in her community.
Bri holds a BS in Biology from Virginia Tech and an MPH in Epidemiology from George Mason University.
Nicole Mason, MA, PCMH CCE
Nicole Mason is an Assistant Director in NCQA’s Product Development Department. In this role, she oversees new product development and updates to NCQA’s Recognition Programs. Prior to this role, she was a Policy Manager in the Recognition Programs Policy and Resources Department, where she supported multiple aspects of the recognition programs, including development, implementation, maintenance, customer support and education. She started at NCQA in 2013 as an analyst in the Performance Measurement Department where she supported government contracts to develop electronic clinical quality measures, HEDIS measure maintenance and grant-funded research projects.
Before joining NCQA, she worked as a post-baccalaureate fellow at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She holds a BA in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, BA in Psychology, and MA in Biotechnology from Boston University in Boston, MA.
This live seminar grants 5.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) points for PCMH Certified Content Experts.
- 1.00 Participation
- 5.00 PCMH CCE