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PCMH 2017 Standards and Guidelines Overview Videos

Patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) transform primary care practices into what patients want: health care that focuses on them and their needs. PCMHs get to know patients in long-term partnerships, rather than through hurried and sporadic visits. They make treatment decisions with their patients and are based on patient preference. They help patients become engaged in their own health care.  

Everyone in the practice—from clinicians to front desk staff—works as a team to coordinate care from other providers and community resources.

There are six PCMH concepts within the program standards. Each concept is composed of specific criteria to outline the features of the practice’s transformation and how NCQA evaluates a practice’s ability to function as a patient-centered medical home.

The following presentations introduce the background, overview, and description of each of PCMH 2017 Standards.

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