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Community Care is committed to providing to our Primary Care Medical Providers (PCMPs) with Practice Coaching at no extra cost to the practice.  The goal is to assist practices which include but are not limited to optimizing clinic processes, revenue cycle management, referral management, Electronic Health Record (EHR) navigation, interdisciplinary approach to care coordination, care transitions, care coordination and intensive case management, pharmaecononmics, patient flow, and/or the tenets of Patient Centered Medical Home as defined by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).  These tenets include: Comprehensive care, Patient-Centered Care, Coordinated Care, Accessibility of Services and Quality and Safety measures.

In addition, Community Care Practice Improvement Coaches provide both administrative and clinical tools either via website, upon request, through our partners HealthTeamWorks and Colorado Children’s Healthcare Access Program (CCHAP) or during practice coaching visits.  These tools assist practices with identifying opportunities for improvement, access to community resources, assessments and surveys, evidence-based research and processes on best practices and other relevant information and assistance to assist practices where they are in helping them accomplish their business and service objectives, typically at no extra cost to the practice and their staff.

Furthermore, Community Care’s perspective on health is on the overall well-being of the patient, member or client of the practice.  This means addressing and integrating the coordination of the social-economic, physical and mental/behavioral care aspects of an individual and developing processes to support that end within and between practices and cross-functional organizations.  This includes providing education efforts reinforcing health messages in a bi-monthly Community Care member newsletter which are available via website, disseminated electronically as well as distributed via hard copy to practice locations.

Finally, Community Care invests in pilot programs with numerous practices to validate best practices and/or as a way to influence process changes to incentive payments and seed money investments.  The pilots are studied and the data gained is utilized to make future decisions about quality improvement processes.
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