Winters Healthcare was recognized for outstanding performance in the 2016-2017 Primary Care Provider Quality Improvement Program (PCP QIP), announced by Partnership Healthplan of California on Dec. 1.
The PCP QIP is designed to offer resources and incentives to primary care providers to make significant improvements in key areas of patient care, access, and experience. Winters Healthcare was distinguished as the top performer in Yolo county, as well as in the top 3% of all PCP QIP participants.
“We are proud to offer such high-quality care to our community,” said Winters Healthcare Executive Director Chris Kelsch. “We are continuously asking how we can improve what we do, re-evaluating what it means to truly provide exceptional care for each individual who walks through our doors.”
The PCP QIP includes participants from 14 counties, with more than 220 healthcare providers. 15 clinics were recognized with a performance of 90% or better, including Winters Healthcare, who finished with 95%. This is the second year in a row that Winters Healthcare has been recognized as the top performer in Yolo County as well as a top 10 performer over all.
Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is a nonprofit, community-based, public health care organization that contracts with the State to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure access to comprehensive cost-effective health care. PHC provides quality health care to over 565,000 people in 14 Northern California counties.
Winters Healthcare (WHF) is a nonprofit community health center in Winters, CA that offers health care, dentistry and integrated behavioral health services to all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. WHF began as a nonprofit in 2000 and became a Federally Qualified Health Center in 2005. Winters Healthcare serves more than 2,700 individuals. WHF’s mission is to provide compassionate care, as partners with our community, to improve lives and inspire health.