Mountain Valleys Health Centers recently received the Quality Award from Partnership HealthPlan of California. Burney Health Center, Big Valley Health Center, and Tulelake Health Center were the three out of five MVHC sites that received the recognition. These quality measures address patient satisfaction, efficiency, and clinical outcomes.
Dave Jones, CEO of Mountain Valleys Health Centers states, “I am very proud of our health centers for earning this award. Our other two sites, Fall River Valley and Butte Valley were also very close to receiving this award.”
“We are very pleased with the excellent outcome that three of Mountain Valleys Health Centers have achieved. There were only four 100% Quality awards in our entire service area and Mountain Valleys received three of them,” says Jack Horn, CEO of Partnership HealthPlan.
Robert Moore, M.D., Chief Medical Officer for Partnership Health Plan added, “This is the first time in the history of the Partnership HealthPlan that a single organization has three sites that have all achieved 100% in the Quality Improvement Program. It takes an organization-wide effort to achieve this. They should be proud. We are proud to have them serving our members.”
Partnership HealthPlan of California is a joint public/private organization managed health care system designed to provide a cost effective method of health care delivery to Medi-Cal recipients in Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Trinity, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, and Yolo Counties in northern California. The HealthPlan’s goals are to improve access, quality and cost effectiveness through a managed care system. It links members with a primary care provider and has been successful in reducing inappropriate use of emergency rooms, providing an appropriate level of inpatient care, developing innovative case management programs and providing more services locally. As of February 1, 2015, the HealthPlan has 513,174 Medi-Cal members.