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Currently Recognized Practices: Information for Practices Recognized Under PCMH 2014 and PCMH 2014 Standards

Thank you for your commitment to providing high-quality, patient-centered care. As an NCQA-Recognized practice, you are in elite company. Almost 20 percent of all primary care physicians practice in an NCQA-Recognized practice. 

This page contains resources to help your practice sustain and renew recognition. 

Recognition Redesign: Transitioning to the New Process

NCQA redesigned the PCMH Recognition program based on feedback from practices, policy makers, payers and other stakeholders. The redesigned process makes the program more manageable, while continuing to concentrate on performance and quality improvement. It also reduces paperwork and increases practice interaction with NCQA. Learn more about the redesigned process. 

Options for Renewing Your Recognition 

Documents and Resources: 2011 and 2014 Standards 

Looking for information about the PCMH 2011 or PCMH 2014 standards? We’ve archived all relevant information about the standards and the recognition process. 

Add-On Surveys 

The deadline for Add-On Surveys for practices recognized using the 2011 and 2014 standards is September 30, 2017, if you have already purchased a survey tool. The Add-On Survey is not an option if you have not already purchased a survey tool. 

Adding New Practices

Organizations that want to bring additional practices through recognition must do so through the Q-PASS system using the redesigned process.  

If you have questions, submit them through My NCQA.   

Education and Training 

NCQA offers education and training opportunities that help clinicians and practices meet their quality goals and improve patient care. Formats include live, in-person seminars, live webinars and on-demand webinars. We cover a wide range of topics that are suitable for clinicians in primary care and specialty practices.


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Medical Boards Awarding Maintenance of Certification Credit for Recognition

For information on medical boards that may be offering maintenance of certification credit for recognition, please visit our Recognition Program Resources page.