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Recognition
& Accreditation

Showing off what you do best and celebrating your wins

Get the support your organization needs to move through the multi layers of Recognition or Accreditation

Patricia Talbot’ RN, CNM(ret.), BHSA, PCMH CCE has been nationally recognized NCQA PCMH Certified Content Expert, transformational coach since 2013.

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BEHAVIORAL

HEALTH

DISTINCTION

NCQA - PCMH

Patient-Centered Medical Home

Recognition

National Committee for Quality Assurance

(NCQA)

Patient Centered

Medical Home

(PCMH)

NCQA - PCSP

Patient-Centered Specialty Practice

Recognition

National Committee for Quality Assurance

(NCQA)

Patient Centered

Specialty Practice

(PCSP)

AAAHC

Ambulatory Health Care

Accreditation

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

(AAAHC)

Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation and PCMH and Other Certifications

TJC

Ambulatory Health Care

Accreditation

The Joint Commission

(TJC)

Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation and PCMH and Other Certifications

Transforming, Annual Reporting, or 3rd Year Re-Survey Support with Optional Distinctions/ Certifications

These tools are pathways to improve your organization and improve health outcomes. In the spirit of patient-centered, equality aligned, evidence-based care your patients and community will choose your organization as you stand tall among others. Position yourselves for public support, quality improvement awards/bonuses and readiness for health reform.

Offerings

Practice Transformation
Assessment-Recognition
Accreditation Readiness
Gap Analysis
Planning & Timelines
Project Management
Performance Measurement

Practice Team Development
Team-Based Care
Workflow Design
Care Coordination
Care Transition
Population Health Management
Quality Improvement

 

Reports
Policies & Procedures
Prevalidation
Documentation/ Evidence
Leadership Education
Staff Training
Public Speaking

What Clients Say

“CPCA identified the need to intentionally provide Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition in a coordinated way across the state. And over the past nine years, Patricia Talbot has been instrumental in making sure community health centers have a Practice Transformation Coach to help guide them through every step of the process.


A Practice Transformation Coach wears multiple hats, such as being a certified content expert, project manager, and mock evaluator, and Patricia wears all these hats well. Patricia gives community health centers a clear roadmap on achieving PCMH recognition and has a successful track record with working California community health centers. Patricia’s passion for this work is contagious, bringing joy to the work, and keeping health centers energized in moving toward their goals.”

—  Peter Dy

Senior Program Coordinator of Care Transformation

California Primary Care Association

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