CRMC Receives State Recertification as a Health Care Home

CRMC Receives State Recertification as a Health Care Home

Home Health CertCuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby recently received recertification as a Level 3 Health Care Home (HCH) from the Minnesota Department of Health. This accomplishment reinforces CRMC’s commitment to exceptional care and the communities it serves. To receive this designation, a medical facility must meet a set of rigorous standards to provide patient and family-centered care and ensure they will continue working to improve the quality, experience, and value of care.

All five clinic locations – Crosby, Crosby-Super One, Baxter, Breezy Point, and Longville – have done considerable work to integrate care delivery within the community. They have contributed to the community health needs assessment and population health improvement process and played a role in implementing and monitoring the progress of community health improvement efforts.

Health Care Home certified clinics provide complete care, from disease prevention to managing complex and chronic conditions. They are their patients’ homes for health care. Certified clinics offer a team-based approach to primary care, making it easier for patients to communicate and partner with their care team. This includes expanded access to appointments, 24/7 access to a clinic representative, proactive care planning, designated patient care coordinators, and a focus on quality improvement.

“Congratulations to Cuyuna Regional Medical Center. Maintaining certification as a Health Care Home signifies a primary care clinic’s dedication to taking care of people seeking health care in the best possible way. The systems that CRMC’s clinics have put into place to become certified as a Health Care Home will support patients and their families on their health care journey and provide comprehensive whole-person care,” David Kurtzon, MDH Health Care Homes Director.

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