CCE Quarterly: Leveraging Telehealth in Primary Care
CCE Quarterly: Leveraging Telehealth in Primary Care: How use of Telehealth Meets PCMH Criteria
Telehealth has seen explosive growth over the past few months. For practices that have integrated telehealth into their workflow, this session will highlight how those changes can meet core and elective criteria in PCMH Recognition. We’ll also review telehealth-related updates to the PCMH Recognition standards and guidelines (version 6).
This webinar was part of the 2020 Quality Innovation Series. If you don’t have access to the webinar through the Quality Innovation Series, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to access it now!
Kevin Sheahan, MD, FAAP
Kevin Sheahan, MD, FAAP currently serves as medical director for the Nemours duPont Pediatric practices in Delaware and is a Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. A primary care pediatrician with 29 years’ experience, Dr Sheahan has served in his current role since 2001 and manages 12 primary care practices. As physician champion for PCMH, Dr Sheahan helped lead the Nemours primary care practices to initial NCQA recognition beginning in 2014. A past president of the Delaware Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and past Vice-President of the Medial Society of Delaware, Dr Sheahan remains active in advocacy at the state and national levels. In his spare time he can be found fishing or helping out at his daughter’s farm.
Amy Tennant, PCMH CCE
Amy Tennant is a Policy Manager in NCQA’s Recognition Programs Policy and Resources. In this role, she creates and maintains PCMH resources, manages product updates and provides policy support and expertise to customers, PCMH CCEs and NCQA Evaluators. She is also the recognition programs policy lead for work with special populations such as oncology care and care for patients with serious illness.
She started at NCQA in 2016 in the Product Development department where she supported the development of recognition programs including the redesign of the PCMH standards for 2017, Patient-Centered Specialty Practice and PCMH Distinction in Behavioral Health Integration. She obtained her Six Sigma Black Belt and holds a BS in Healthcare Management and Policy from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
This live webinar grants 2.0 required Continuing Education Unit (CEU) points for PCMH Certified Content Experts. This is a non AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM and ANA CNE activity.
- 2.00 Participation
- 2.00 PCMH CCE
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