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Rebecca Durday, MPH, PCMH CCE, practice advancement strategies, Healthcare Association for New York State, explained the importance of integrating behavioral health into primary care and provided strategies for a more seamless integration.
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Stuart Beatty, PharmD, lead pharmacist in the division of general internal medicine and geriatrics, and Neeraj H Tayal, MD, director of general internal medicine and geriatrics, both from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, answer the question: How do you see population health management work changing over the next 5 years?
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Shivani Malhotra, associate program director & assistant professor family medicine, and Emily Leviner, system administrator, both from UAB School of Medicine, discuss the adoption rates of electronic health records over the years, and provide strategies for maintaining dynamic partnerships between physicians and health IT.
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During the first session of the day at PCMH Congress 2019, Ann Greiner, MCP, president and CEO of Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative, highlighted the rapid increase of PCMH adoption and presented data supporting the cost-effectiveness of PCMH utilization.
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Christina Borden, director for recognition programs, policy, and resources at NCQA, provides an overview of what to expect at PCMH Congress 2019 including issues around social determinants of health and health disparity, and NCQA programs.
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Amy Maciejowski, Program Manager of State Affairs at NCQA, provides updates on new initiatives and legislative changes that will allow practices to thrive in the growing value-based payment system.

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By Cindy Peña

When we visit the doctor, we don’t often think, “I wonder how she/he is feeling today?”  Few of us realize there is such a thing as physician burnout. It’s apparently an epidemic in healthcare and poses a serious challenge to achieving the Triple Aim of better patient care and better population health at a lower cost.

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Amy Maciejowski, Program Manager of State Affairs at NCQA, discusses PCMH PRIME—a voluntary certification program that recognizes primary care practices that demonstrate behavioral health integration capabilities.

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A presentation at the PCMH Congress 2017 highlighted how quality evidence-based care models like the patient-centered medical home model (PCMH) and better policies that support small practices in underserved communities are the keys to achieving successful population health management.

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Underserved patient populations could be slipping through the cracks, ultimately harming the overall patient population.

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