What we do
Quality HealthCare Consulting is on the cutting edge of new models of care. QHC’s mission is to enhance physician practices by developing programs designed to improve patient satisfaction, patient outcomes, and promote cost containment. As such, we help hold physicians accountable to a higher standard of care, create leverage in the market, and most importantly, have a positive impact on population health. QHC serves as a provider advocate, setting providers up to succeed in this fast-paced and ever changing healthcare market.
Quality HealthCare Consulting provides physicians with the framework for Pay-for- Performance programs specifically through: the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH), Diabetes and Heart Stroke Recognition Program (DRP/HSRP); The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ “Meaningful Use” (MU); and, both public and private payers’ PCMH programs.
Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition & Transformation
QHC provides an NCQA Patient-Centered Medical HealthCare Certified Content Expert who will serve as a Practice Transformation Coach. This coach will guide the practice team through the necessary workflow steps, review data and policies submitted by the practice team, make suggestions for workflow changes, and lead a weekly conference call to help ensure that the practice achieves the highest possible level of recognition for PCMH from NCQA.
Quality HealthCare Consulting, LLC has extensive experience implementing and leading successful PCMH programs that have received national attention for improving outcomes, lowering readmission rates, and lowering overall costs. QHC’s healthcare consultants serve as PCMH Practice Transformation Coaches. Coaches help organizations design, implement, and lead an outcomes-driven PCMH program tailored to the organization’s specific needs. This is particularly important to all physician groups, especially smaller provider groups with limited resources. With a focus on transformation, Quality HealthCare Consulting will lead the transition from a fragmented delivery system into a cohesive model that will drive accountable care and prepare the organization for future success.