Earlier this month, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services awarded Primary Health Care TCPi exemplary status for improving patient experience and outcomes, controlling population health and reducing costs.

“I am inspired to know there are so many innovative interventions helping patients get the care they need, when they need it,” said Robert Fleming, Director of Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPi) at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, in a letter to PHC.

The work of the PHC teams to provide innovative health care solutions through public school and homeless shelter outreach, the use of a mobile health unit and HIV Care and prevention services were all recognized by the Centers for Medicaid in the award letter.

“I am proud of the ways that our team goes above and beyond to serve patients in Central Iowa,” said Kelly Huntsman CEO of PHC.

The CMS Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPi), is a national four-year technical assistance program, launched in 2015, designed to help clinicians achieve large-scale health transformation in primary and specialty care practice settings. The initiative is designed to provide hands-on support to more than 140,000 clinicians by sharing, adapting and further developing their comprehensive quality improvement strategies.


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