MedNetOne Health Solutions Announces Achievments

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Rochester—MedNetOne Health Solutions, a Michigan-based healthcare management organization, is pleased to announce that three of its physician’s practices have received the Patient Centered Health Care Home practice achievement from URAC.

Anchor Bay Clinic Family Medical Center PC in Chesterfield Township, Rosa Parks Wellness Institute for Senior Health, located on the Detroit Medical Center campus and Hampton Medical Center in Roseville all received the practice achievement. MNOHS member practice Country Creek Pediatrics in Rochester is also a URAC PCHCH practice achievement designee, receiving its achievement in 2012.

URAC is an internationally regarded nonprofit organization promoting healthcare quality by accrediting healthcare organizations. Similar to the patient centered medical home model, URAC’s Patient Centered Health Care Home is a quality-driven, interdisciplinary clinician-led team approach to coordinating and delivering care that puts patients.

“Members of MedNetOne Health Solutions are progressive in their approach to patient-centered healthcare and are actively pursuing processes and care management strategies that provide quality care and outcomes in a changing healthcare landscape,” said Ewa Matuszewski, CEO of MedNetOne Health Solutions. “Anchor Bay Clinic Family Medical Center, Rosa Parks Wellness Institute for Senior Health and Hampton Medical Center are excellent role models for primary care practices striving to provide the best comprehensive care for their patients. Their PCHCH practice achievement affirms that.”

Anchor Bay Clinic Family Medical Center PC specializes in primary care and family medicine and physicians are Thomas Mianecki, D.O., Karl Emerick, D.O., Kevin Klein, D.O. and Raquel Lepera, D.O. The practice also has a full-time care manager and serves more than 5,000 patients.

Hampton Medical Center serves approximately 3,000 patients in internal medicine, family medicine and geriatrics and is led by physicians Bruce Johnson, D.O and Susan Tam, D.O., and Christie Schunemann, NP-C. The practice also provides onsite care management services.

“We are pleased to have achieved our URAC certification to become a Patient Centered Health Care Home,” said Dr. Johnson. “Serving as a PCHCH, we are able to engage patients in care management with RN’s, dietitians and behavioral health experts all in the same building, at the same time. We have found that communication with our hospital systems and our patients has improved greatly and patients are becoming more involved in their health care goals. We will continue our journey of providing optimum medical care while engaging the whole care team.”

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