ATLANTA, June 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Wellcentive, a leader in value-based care solutions, today announced that five pediatric sites within the Children's Health Alliance have been recognized by the state of Oregon for achieving its highest patient-centered medical home (PCMH) rating as Tier 3 STAR practices.
"Population health management has been a critical component of the success of the practices within our clinically integrated network," said Julie Harris, Children's Health Alliance director of quality programs. "Wellcentive's platform has enabled these pediatric practices to transform their approach to delivering proactive, patient-centered care."
To date, only seven practices in Oregon have achieved the Tier 3 STAR rating. Of those, five are independent pediatric practices and members of the Children's Health Alliance.
"CHA has been a beacon of change for pediatric care, and we congratulate our partners at the Alliance for this recognition," said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive CEO. "We are honored to support their transformative efforts both at the practice level and across the network's vision of enhanced care. Their medical home model is a great example of the movement to patient-centric care and care coordination as central elements of population health management, driving advanced payment models and responding to new MACRA requirements."
The Alliance practices that have achieved Tier 3 STAR ratings include:
- Childhood Health Associates of Salem
- Metropolitan Pediatrics – Gresham
- Metropolitan Pediatrics – Happy Valley
- Metropolitan Pediatrics – Northwest
- Metropolitan Pediatrics – Westside
About Children's Health Alliance
The Children's Health Alliance (CHA) is a clinically integrated network of independent primary care pediatricians with a culture of improvement aiming to raise the quality of care for children and families. The Alliance includes more than 100 pediatricians and their care teams at 21 patient-centered primary care homes across five counties in the Portland/Vancouver and Salem metropolitan areas. Approximately 150,000 children and families are cared for at CHA member practices. For more information, please visit www.ch‐alliance.org. For more information about CHA's quality programs, please visit the Children's Health Foundation at www.ch‐foundation.org.
Since 2005, Wellcentive has driven quality improvement, revenue growth and business transformation for providers, health systems, employers and payers transitioning to value-based care. Our highly scalable, cloud-based and value-driven population health management solution provides long-term partnership services to impact clinical, financial and human outcomes. Recognized as a leader in population health management in reports by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark, Wellcentive helps our customers provide care management for more than 30 million patients and achieve more than $500 million annually in value-based revenue.
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