The National Committee for Quality Assurance has introduced a patient-centered medical home recognition program for physician specialists outside of primary care.
The program is modeled after an existing recognition program for primary care medical homes that launched in 2008. NCQA is a health care accreditation firm that refers to evaluation programs for clinicians and medical practices as “recognition” programs, and refers to programs with larger organizations, such as insurers and accountable care organizations, as “accreditation” programs.
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