Project aims to help NYC facilities meet medical home, MU standards

09/21/2010 | Healthcare IT News

A dozen community health centers in New York City, specifically in the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan, are participating in a program designed to help them achieve meaningful use of health IT and meet standards for the medical home model. The project demonstrates a move "toward a quality-based system that rewards providers for focusing on prevention, coordinated care and better patient outcomes," the state's health commissioner said.

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