The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) Person Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program is unique due to FREE assistance that the Community Practice Transformation Specialists (CPTS) provide to practices. Our CPTS staff are here to help you throughout your journey to becoming a PCMH. We are available to answer any questions you have and to assist you with the submission process. Call us at 203.949.4194 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below you will find all the necessary documents to complete in order to seek qualification for participation in the CT DSS PCMH program. Prior to completing and submitting any documents, please contact us at 203.949.4194 to ensure the submission of accurate and complete information. In addition, we have included other materials to help you better understand PCMH.
Find all of the necessary documents for CT DSS PCMH recognition.Learn More
The Glide Path option is available to Private Practices and Hospital Outpatient Clinics. This option includes financial incentives and assistance from a Community Practice Transformation Specialist.Learn More
The Joint Commission PCMH certification is available to FQHCs and Hospital Outpatient Clinics. This option is a part of our PCMH Accreditation program, which includes assistance from a Community Practice Transformation Specialist.Learn More
Adopting, implementing or upgrading an EHR is essential for achieving PCMH recognition. Learn about EHR incentives and the top 10 questions to ask EHR vendors to help you pick the right EHR for your practice.Learn More
The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition program is the basis for private practices and hospital outpatient clinics to earn incentives for the DSS PCMH program.Learn More
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