Practice Transformation

Patient and payer expectations have redefined “value” in healthcare. The demand for care that is both high-quality and efficient is growing.

That’s where we come in.

The Practice Transformation Team (PTT) is here to ensure that your practice maximizes your potential for traditional and value-based compensation, without sacrificing the quality of patient care.

Our Practice Transformation Coaches bring diverse skill sets and experiences to meet the unique needs of your practice. Together with you, they develop a tailored plan for your practice and provide guidance to help you and your staff through the transformation process, which commonly includes a significant cultural change to be sustainable.

The PTT will work with your leadership and staff to develop a phased approach that maximizes efficiency and sustainability. Our Practice Transformation Coaches employ evidence-based models like the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model and quality improvement methodology, including the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle, to seamlessly incorporate these strategies into your natural workflows. They meet your practice where it is and foster a spirit of innovation, leadership and teamwork. Through dedicated support for your practice and connection to the medical neighborhood around it, Practice Coaches help guide your transformation to proactive and connected team-based care.


Services for Current CIN Practices

– NCQA PCMH Recognition: Practice Transformation Coaches support your practice’s transformation to the NCQA PCMH model, including the application process where applicable (EHR and practice management data reporting required). We develop a customized project plan with your practice to capture your goals and outline incremental steps toward achieving each target in preparation for and the completion of your PCMH submission.

– Quality Improvement Coaching: Practice Transformation Coaches provide tools and teach methodologies for your practice to perform continuous quality improvement activities that improve patient outcomes. Regular meetings are held with your practice to introduce and interpret clinical quality data and formulate improvement plans as a team using small tests of change.