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ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0 helps practices reach
quality, efficiency, and cost-saving benchmarks by adopting best
methods for implementing PCMHs
Philadelphia, November 28, 2012 -- The American College of
Physicians (ACP) and the National Association of Community Health
Centers (NACHC) announced today a national effort to help
federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs) improve care by offering
ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0 at a discounted rate. FQHCs
also will have the opportunity to join an online community within
Medical Home Builder 2.0 to support the NACHC Patient Centered
Medical Home Institute.
"Assisting health centers in their transformation into patient
centered medical homes is a team effort." said Donald L. Weaver,
MD, chief medical officer, National Association of Community Health
Centers. "This vital partnership with ACP brings tools and a
supportive professional network to support improved care to
underserved communities and vulnerable populations."
Community health centers serve the primary health care needs of
more than 20 million patients in over 8,000 locations across the
"We are pleased to offer these dedicated health care
professionals a tool to identify opportunities to improve quality
of care for underserved populations," said Michael S. Barr, MD,
FACP, MBA, who leads ACP's Medical Practice, Professionalism &
Quality division. "Medical Home Builder 2.0 provides practice teams
with a robust self-assessment tool to improve patient care,
streamline fundamental business operations, and identify and
implement key features of the patient-centered medical home."
Users of ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0 become part of an online
community of practices committed to improving patient care and
identifying office efficiencies. The program offers 23 self-paced
modules that address the key attributes and expectations of a
patient-centered medical home, improving clinical care, and
practice management. Each module includes:
Participating FQHCs can check www.nachc.org to find out when access to
Medical Home Builder 2.0 will be available.
The American College of Physicians is
the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest
physician group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000
internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists,
and medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists
who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the
diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the
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