PCMH Overview

The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) Person-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program is based on the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care.

Practices that implement the PCMH model provide person-centered, comprehensive, and coordinated care. Care is organized around the patient and led by a primary care provider who facilitates and coordinates a person’s healthcare needs with other healthcare professionals.

The PCMH model improves access to care, efficiency of care, and coordination of care, resulting in improved quality of care.

The links below provide information about the resources and support available to practices interested in enrolling in the DSS PCMH program.


The Community Practice Transformation Specialist (CPTS) Role

The HUSKY Health program offers direct assistance with the PCMH submission process and beyond; all at no cost when you enroll in the DSS PCMH program.

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Glossary

Understand the PCMH vocabulary to get the most out of your PCMH experience.

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FAQs

Find answers to some of the questions that you may have about the PCMH program. If you don’t see your question here, we will be happy to answer your question over the phone. Call us at 203.949.4194 or email us at pathwaytopcmh@chnct.org.

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Important links

Find other information pertaining to PCMH and the PCMH process.

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Webinars

Quarterly webinars will help you stay up-to-date with the latest PCMH information.

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This portion of the HUSKY Health website is managed by Community Health Network of Connecticut, Inc., the State of Connecticut’s Medical Administrative Services Organization for the HUSKY Health Program. For the general HUSKY website gateway, please visit www.ct.gov/husky. HUSKY Health includes Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and is administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services.