Join us for a webinar with National Committee for Quality Assurance experts Thursday, May 29th at 1pm to learn about their patient-centered medical home recognition standards updated for 2014. NCQA has the most widely adopted standards, with a growing list of 1,009 certified PCMHs in Connecticut. There is substantial evidence linking nationally recognized PCMHs with the triple aim of improving patient experience of care, improving health outcomes, and controlling costs. One in three CT Medicaid consumers is now served in a nationally certified PCMH and enjoying better quality of care, improved access and lowered costs since the adoption of PCMHs in the program. NCQA has invested over $9 million in continual improvements to their standards and employs dozens of staff to oversee the recognition process. Learn more about NCQA’s national resources that Connecticut can draw on to provide value to our state. Click here to register for the webinar.