Welcome! As the involved parents of four active children and family practice physicians, Dr. Ted Schoettinger and Dr. Shelley Stanforth know the importance of quality family health care. Their parenting experience combined with their medical expertise results in excellent, compre-hensive care. Established in 2007, Maineville Family Practice is still accepting new patients. Call and let us put our experience to work for your family!
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MFP has obtained the nCQA designation of Patient Centered Medical Home. NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition is the most widely-used way to transform primary care practices into medical homes. We first received recognition in 2008 when it was a pilot project and again in 2014. The patient-centered medical home is a way of organizing primary care that emphasizes care coordination and communication to transform primary care into "what patients want it to be." Medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and can improve patients' health care experience.
We are as well a participant in the CPCI, Comprehensive Primary Care Initative. The Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) initative is a four-year multi-payer initative designed to strengthen primary care. Since CPC's launch in October 2012, CMS has collaborated with commercial and State health insurance plans in seve U.S. regions to offer population-based care management and shared saving opportunities to participating primary care practices to support the provision of a core set of five "Comprehensive" primary care functions. These five functions are: Risk-stratified Care Management; Access and Continuity; Planned Care for Chronic Conditions and Preventive care; Patient and Caregiver Engagement; Coordination of Care across the Medical Neighborhood. The initative is testing whether provision of these functions at each practice site - supported by multi-payer payment reform, the continuous use of data to guide improvement, and meaningful use of health information technology - can achieve improved care, better health for populations, and lower costs.