About Our Solutions

It’s not just our name, it’s what we deliver.

Our team is dedicated to helping practices meet the requirements of PCMH and PCSP (Patient-Centered Medical Home and Specialty Practice) requirements. We work with each client individually to determine where your practice stands today, identify the work to be done to help you meet your goals. We’ll put a plan in place, keep you on track, and get you to the finish line. And all of our consultants are Certified Content Experts.



NCQA recognition program provides an opportunity for practices to organize care around patients, work in teams, and coordinate and track care over time. The PCMH standards strengthen the work that you do and allows you to take advantage of Payer investments being made to support quality care.

We can support you by doing as much or as little as you need. Some clients just want a second set of eyes to review documentation before submission to NCQA; other clients need project management assistance to set up the work and move it from application through workflow restructuring.


  • Save you time by setting up your project most efficiently.
  • Guide you through how to most effectively meet the NCQA Standards.
  • Work with your EMR vendors to streamline reporting.
  • Review your work before submission to ensure Level 3 achievement.


What does a typical project look like?

Step 1: Where do you stand currently? The Verden-PCS team takes you through a baseline evaluation to determine where your practice stands in relation to meeting the NCQA standards. Gaps are identified and a plan of action created to fill those gaps.

Step 2: Where do you need to be? The Verden-PCS team works closely with you to implement an achievable plan of action, assisting the with transformation to NCQA- recognized PCMH operations through every step of each standard.

Step 3: Working through the process. We will guide you through the adjustments necessary to meet the NCQA standards, help compile and review your work prior to submission of the application, and assist with any final adjustments so that the goal of achieving the highest level of recognition is attainable.

Step 4: Getting paid for what you do. Once the practice achieves NCQA-recognition, efforts shift to helping the practice maximize its return on the investment through Payers incentives and other programs.


Here are some links to material on the NCQA website to get you started: