NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition program was developed to identify practices that have invested in a model of care that puts patients at the forefront and where continuous quality improvement is a priority. Research across multiple payer types has shown that patients in NCQA-Recognized patient-centered medical homes have better management of chronic conditions, reduced fragmentation of care, and lower healthcare costs overall.
Kristal Skiles, Director of Nursing and Quality, states, “A special thanks to Sage Weber, Clinic Manager, for all her hard work in leading this initiative. Sage’s leadership and dedication to the organization and our patients are greatly appreciated!”
Sage Weber shares, “A special thank you to Nanette Edlund for her dedication and time to ensure the Lander clinic received this achievement. Nanette Edlund retired in February. She worked as our Data Entry Specialist and assisted with tracking our quality measures. Her countless hours of dedication are commendable. Thank you, Nanette for your service!”