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On Demand Webinar: The Value of Becoming a Patient Centered Medical Home

  • Tue, January 12, 2021
  • 2:00 PM
  • Sun, December 31, 2023
  • 3:00 PM


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The Value of becoming a Patient Centered Medical Home

Patient engagement is at the heart of a Patient Centered Medical Home.  The PCMH model focuses on the whole patient with emphasis on accessible services, comprehensive team-based care, quality, and safety resulting in improved outcomes and higher patient satisfaction. 

The primary care team is essential to providing comprehensive care. By focusing on patient health goals for a healthier lifestyle, preventative care to mitigate risk factors, and coordinated management of chronic disease for longevity and quality of life, this whole patient perspective is the heart of a Patient Centered Medical Home.

In this session, Kate Hill, VP of Clinic Division at The Compliance Team will discuss PCMH as a value-based strategy that is a very powerful step you can make to align with CMS’ move to a quality vs quantity reimbursement fee structure and how PCMH can provide incentives for better processes and better outcomes.


Kate Hill, RN, is a graduate of Albert Einstein Medical Center School of Nursing in Philadelphia,PA. As an Army Nurse, Kate served in Viet Nam (27th Surgical Hospital in Chu Lai) where she was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious service. Kate has worked with orthopedic patients in several capacities including Head Nurse of Orthopedics at in Newark, NJ. Nearly 3-decades with Bio met followed in various capacities.Kate joined The Compliance Team in early 2012 to direct TCT’s rural health clinic accreditation program and has fallen in love with Rural.As VP of Clinical Services, she has spearheaded theTCTRural Health Clinic Accreditation program combining her clinical expertise, business acumen and passion for delivery of the best care possible to every patient.She presently serves on the Board of the National Association of Rural Health Clinics.Kate is now also working with clinics in TCT’s PCMH program and is seeing that a PCMH accreditation is being increasingly rewarded by payers.Kate lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband and near her three granddaughters. She loves teaching Sunday school to the 4s.She’s happy to share photos anytime

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