This training will be held virtually. Please click here to register.
DATE: September 24 - 25, 2020
CPCA is pleased to host the Region IX NCQA Trainings sponsored by the Health Resources and Services Administration and in partnership with the Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers, Nevada Primary Care Association, Hawaii Primary Care Association, Pacific Island Primary Care Association, Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, Orange County Partners in Health, Health Center Partners and the Redwood Community Health Coalition.
NCQA's Advanced PCMH Program: Mastering the Medical Home Transformation
This advanced course is intended for individuals who have applied NCQA PCMH Recognition requirements in the practice setting. It examines the PCMH standards and the assessment process. Participants will take a deeper dive to each PCMH Concept and explore the key characteristics of a successful medical home in this hands-on program.
Faculty and participants will discuss evidence to support the core and elective criteria. The program also focuses on advanced topics such as the Distinction Modules, transfer credit and program benefits. Attendees will participate in facilitated activities that demonstrate how earning elective credits builds upon the Core criteria of a Competency. Our faculty will incorporate topics on behavioral health integration, the importance of assessing the social determinants of patient health, engaging with patients and the community, and continuous quality improvement.
What You Will Learn
At the conclusion of the program, participants will have the knowledge they need to:
- Discuss transfer credit and distinctions.
- Explain how elective criteria build upon core criteria within a competency.
- Examine opportunities and approaches to succeed in the PCMH model of care.
- Determine a strategy for preparing a practice for the three (3) virtual check-ins and begin to create a transformation plan.
- Describe the types of evidence a practice can provide to meet the intent of a criterion, competency, and concept.
NCQA PCMH Content Expert Certification
The NCQA PCMH Content Expert Certification (CEC) program certifies individuals who demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the patient-centered medical home model of care and the NCQA PCMH Recognition Program, including a mastery of the NCQA concepts, criteria and the PCMH Recognition process.
Learners who attend both the Introduction to PCMH and Advanced PCMH seminars become eligible to sit for the CCE exam to become certified. Current CCEs may earn maintenance of certification credit by attending either seminar.
To facilitate eligibility for the CCE exam, prospective CCEs should register for each seminar using the same email address.
In order to claim MOC credit, current CCEs should register for each seminar using the same email address associated with their CCE account and also enter their CCE ID.
Accreditation and Continuing Education Credit
In support of improving patient care, the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
- 3.5 continuing education credits for the healthcare team.
- 6 maintenance of certification credits for NCQA PCMH CCEs.
- Bill Tulloch: Director, Quality Solutions Group - NCQA
- Christina Borden: Director, Recognition Program Policy Resources - NCQA
Who Should Attend
This interactive program is geared towards individuals with significant knowledge of the NCQA PCMH Standards and experience implementing those standards in a practice setting and who have attended the Introduction to PCMH seminar; and those who intend to obtain the individual Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Content Expert Certification credential. Registration is limited to community health center staff. Registration is limited to 2 staff members per health center organization. Subsequent registrants from the same health center will be put on a waitlist and be invited to participate if room is available.
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To receive a refund, all cancellations must be in writing and must be received by emailing Training@cpca.org according to the following schedule:
- Cancellations received on or before 20 business days of the event will result in a full refund minus a 10% processing fee.
- Cancellations received on or before 10 business days of the event will result in a 50% refund minus a 10% processing fee.
- Cancellations received on or before 5 business days of the event will result in a 25% refund minus a 10% processing fee.
- No refunds will be offered for cancellations received after 5 business days before the event.
- Cancellations after the conclusion of the event are non-refundable.
- Substitutions are encouraged.
- No Shows” are non-refundable
Disclaimer: The information on this session is intended only to provide a general overview of the topics addressed. This session is not intended to provide legal advice or substitute for the guidance, counsel or advice of legal counsel on any matters particular to a specific primary care clinic.