Central Ohio Primary Care is comprised of individual “Patient Centered” medical practices. As a patient of COPC, what will you notice that is different about us?
In 2010 Central Ohio Primary Care began the journey of transforming their practices to a Patient Centered Medical Home model of care. The Patient Centered Medical Home model provides enhanced access to your primary care physician; is patient focused; coordinates and tracks all the care you receive; and is involved in performance reporting and quality improvement. To date, COPC has 24 - Level 3 National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) certified primary care practices including Internal Medicine, Family Practice and Pediatrics.
Why has COPC worked to achieve PCMH status? The PCMH model of care is the gold standard in healthcare today. COPC believes in the core PCMH principles of patient centered teamwork, coordination and management of care, and the measurement and reporting of quality. We want your healthcare experience to be the best it can be whether it is in one of our medical offices, our same day center, our diagnostic imaging center or at a specialist’s office we refer you to.
Our offices will be actively engaging you in your own healthcare. We’ll remind you when you need follow up care or your yearly wellness visit. We will communicate with you in ways that are meaningful and convenient for you, and from time to time we’ll ask you to grade your experience by filling out a patient survey. Transformation involves you, everyone you encounter prior to, during, and after your visit. We are giving you, our patient partner, the opportunity to improve your experience.
Thank you for putting your trust in COPC. We welcome you to schedule your next visit and meet your healthcare team.
Click here for more information about the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH).