2013 – 2014 Texas Physician Practice Quality Improvement Award
The deadline has passed to apply for the 2013 – 2014 Texas Physician Practice Quality Improvement Award. All applications will be reviewed and winners will be notified in the fall of 2014. Sign up to receive important reminders about the program. Read more about the award program in this one page summary (PDF).
Physician practices must have been eligible to apply and met or exceeded the established criteria targets to receive an award. Review eligibility as well as the criteria (PDF).
How could my practice get involved?
Review the eligibility requirements and criteria to determine if your practice can meet the thresholds established. If you are not currently meeting or exceeding the targets, you still have time to make changes in your practice to meet the criteria by the deadline. For more information, or help within your practice, contact Suzie Daly, MHA, email@example.com or 512-964-5988.
What determines an award winner?
Practices that apply must meet or exceed the criteria. See the award criteria (PDF) for more information.
How will my practice be recognized if we should receive an award?
- Physician practices meeting the criteria for the award will receive a plaque in recognition of their practice’s accomplishments. Other commemorative items such as a certificate for contributing providers and lapel pins for staff may also be included.
- A media campaign will be launched to announce recipients statewide in medical publications, magazines and news services, and recipients will have access to a press kit to use to contact their local broadcast and print media.
Who should I contact if I have more questions?
If you have more questions about the program, feel free to contact Suzie Daly, MHA, project resource consultant, at 512-964-5988 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Texas Physician Practice Quality Improvement Award Program
The 2013-2014 Texas Physician Practice Quality Improvement Award program, sponsored by TMF Health Quality Institute, the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for Texas, Texas Medical Association and Texas Osteopathic Medical Association will recognize Texas physician practices that are focused on utilizing health information technology to improve preventive care for their patients. This program was established in 2012 as a non-competitive recognition program designed to recognize exemplary outcomes achieved by physician practices statewide.
View recipients of the 2012 Texas Physician Practice Quality Improvement Award.