The 2014 Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program Recognition Criteria

October 2, 2013

After soliciting and considering feedback from multiple stakeholders, the Oregon Health Authority has released its 2014 criteria for clinics to become recognized as a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH). Key updates for clinics include:

  • The minimum criteria for clinics to become a PCPCH will remain the same
  • More options will be available to clinics to become recognized as a PCPCH
  • The renewal cycle will be expanded to every two years
  • New opportunities exist for clinics to become "star performers"

During this informational webinar, Oregon Health Authority staff explain key elements of the 2014 criteria and what it means for primary care clinics in Oregon.

 

Presented By:

E. Dawn Creach, MS
Policy Analyst
Oregon Health Authority's Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) Program

 

Dawn has been with the PCPCH program since 2011 as the lead for PCPCH recognition, technical assistance and communications.  Dawn brings more than 10 years of experience including research design and data analysis, program evaluation, project management, quality improvement, technical writing and expertise in the medical home model. Dawn holds a Master of Science degree from Portland State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carroll College in Sociology.  

 

Resources:

The PCPCH Program 2014 Recognition Criteria Technical Specifications and Reporting Guide

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