What the leaders of the program are doing is using the advanced HIE architecture of the Quality Health Network to deploy a state-of-the-art decision support tool called Archimedes India) (from the San Francisco-based Archimedes) across multiple, independent primary care sites, operating on multiple, independent electronic health records (EHRs) throughout western Colorado, in order to perform data analytics across a base of more than 55,000 patients by the end of the first quarter of this year.
What does PCS stand for?
PCS stands for Primary Care Site (various locations)
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- Precordial Catch Syndrome (chest pain)
- Predefined Command Script
- Preferred Creditor Status
- Prepaid Cellular Service
- Preparatory and Continuing Studies (University of Houston; Texas)
- Pressure Control Solenoid
- Pressure Control System
- Pretreated Corn Stover
- Pretty Crappy Service :-)
- Prevention Care and Support (various organizations)
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Those people are clearly in need of some focused attention, and so getting them linked up to a primary care site that can really help arrange the services they need is much more appropriate and putting them on a much better track for the future," Ms.
We thought it would take years to see savings," but after 1 year, the pilot was "so successful that we've spread the model to all of our 26 primary care sites," said Dr.
Services at primary care site The first manifestation of cooperative discussions between CEOs Dale K.
The state-wide health plan provides coverage for people in 33 Washington counties, delivering services to members through more than 300 primary care sites, 90 hospitals and 8,000 specialists.
The study subjects were aged 18-64 years and were recruited when they attended 12 primary care sites, 11 emergency departments, and 3 ob.
However psychiatric sub-specialty services do not typically require costly equipment, they are often optimally based at primary care sites, and their interventions are highly cost-efficient.