• EHR, Event, Value Based Payment, Population Health Management

MDLand Introduces the Enhanced PCMH Module at the 2018 PCMH Congress Meeting

September 14, 2018

San Diego, CA --- MDLand International (MDLand), a leading Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Population Health IT Platform company introduced the enhanced PCMH module at NCQA’s 2018 PCMH Congress.

PCMH Congress is the largest health care conference for the medical home neighborhood. The patient-centered medical home is a model of care that is led by health care providers’ providing comprehensive and continuous medical care to patients with a goal to obtain maximal health outcomes, and ultimately, put patients at the forefront of care. The medical event brought together professionals including physicians, allied health professionals, practice administrators, quality managers, and consultants devoted in transforming care through the medical home model of care.

MDLand International, a leading provider of innovative health information systems and services that transform the administrative and clinical operations, was the first company to achieve PCMH 2017 pre-validation. MDLand has placed PCMH and quality improvement as the key and integral components inside its products as its iClinic® Comprehensive EHR suite is designed to help one transform the practice from fee-for-service (FFS), volume-driven health care services to value-based payment models.

The enhanced PCMH module from MDLand will help healthcare organizations and providers further streamline the clinical workflow, improve quality, close care gaps and most importantly, meet the criterias in achieving the recognition of PCMH from NCQA and to provide better outcomes for patients.

PCMH recognition enhances your commitment to your patients to provide the highest quality care with a patient-centered approach. With such being said, MDLand’s presence at the PCMH Congress was an opportunity to reach an audience of healthcare and policy leaders dedicated to improving the delivery of care and to note the transformation challenges and opportunities across the medical neighborhood, while offering experience, tips and tools to outline best practices for the optimization of PCMH. Ultimately, discussing and introducing how individual roles in a collaborative care environment impact patient-centered care and patient and population health outcomes through the PCMH model of care.