PMAG physicians enjoy lifetime membership.
With many changes to healthcare on the horizon, PMAG provides resources to its member physicians to prepare for payment reform and achieve sustainable practice transformation through education, training, technical support, resources and more.
PMAG works with Partners for Quality Health (PQH), a Management Services Organization, to guide physicians in applying these strategies to their practices to maximize their potential for quality patient care and sustainable growth.
If you are interested in joining PCMH, contact us or call 808-942-1852.
The Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model emphasizes care coordination and communication to achieve lower costs per capita, better health for the population, improved patient experience of care and cultivating joy of practice. For more information about PCMH, contact us.
The Patient Centered Medical Neighborhood (PCMN) is an extension of and a compliment to the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). It facilitates improved care coordination with specialists and community resources through information sharing, referral tracking, and improved transitions of care. Together, health care providers work with the patient to create efficient and effective comprehensive care.
The QCIPN is a clinically integrated physician network developed to improve the overall quality of health care by enhancing patient engagement and experience and improving cost of care. It is one of many upcoming PMAG initiatives to develop the Patient Centered Medical Neighborhood (PCMN). For more information on QCIPN, visit queenscipn.org.
Specialists are welcome to apply for PMAG membership. In an effort to build and develop our Patient Centered Medical Neighborhood, one initiative both PCP and Specialists can join is the QCIPN. The formal Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program is currently available only for Primary Care Providers.
PMAG contracts with Partners for Quality Health (PQH), a management services organization, to provide services for our physicians. Learn more about PQH.
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Retiring physicians can still join PMAG and receive services until they retire.
Membership is currently open for physicians practicing in the state of Hawaii.