Clinicians Recognition Programs
Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
PCMH recognizes clinician practices functioning as medical homes by using systematic, patient-centered and coordinated care management processes.
Patient-Centered Connected Care
Recognizes clinicians that do not serve as the primary care practice for the patient, but do provide some primary or episodic care and demonstrate a commitment to fully integrated coordinated patient-centered care.
Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Recognition (PCSP)
Builds on the success of NCQA's Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program by drawing attention to the role that specialists outside of primary care play in helping coordinate and deliver patient-centered care.
Diabetes Recognition Program (DRP)
DRP recognizes clinicians who demonstrate that they provide high-quality care to patients with diabetes.
Heart/Stroke Recognition Program (HSRP)
HSRP recognizes clinicians who demonstrate that they provide high-quality care to patients with cardiac conditions or who have had a stroke.
Government Recognition Initiative Program (GRIP)
GRIP works with federal agencies to recognize Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) as medical homes.