Mercy Medical Group has been awarded Elite Status by Physician Groups of America (APG), the country’s leading professional association for responsible physician groups. Mercy Medical Group is one of the 800 organizations nationally to achieve Elite Status in 2020.
Earned from Elite Status Invasion APG Excellence Survey Standard, Which analyzes the performance of a team of physicians to improve patient experience, clinical care and cost-effectiveness.
“This recognition is directly attributed to the hard work and dedication of our talented teams, which have provided high quality, affordable services not only in healthcare, but also in the world for such an unprecedented year,” said Dr. Robb. Quinn, CEO of Maryada Health Medical Foundation. “We are honored to receive this recognition and certify that we are providing high-quality, patient-centered, coordinated care and where this is important.”
APG membership currently includes more than 30,000 medical groups and independent practice associations (IPAs) in 30,000 states, the District of Columbia and the District of Puerto Rico. To achieve elite status, organizations must receive five-star ratings on six publicly reported domains: care management practice, information technology, accountability and transparency, patient-centered care, advanced primary care group support and administrative and financial competence.
This is the eighth consecutive year that the medical group has received APG accreditation. Mercy Medical Group achieved outstanding status in 2013 and has achieved elite status every year since 2011.
Alan J., CEO of Mercy Medical Group. “Mercy Medical Group is again honored to be awarded Elite Status for working beyond national standards, when it comes to quality, patient experience, and affordability,” said Alan J., CEO of Mercy Medical Group. Shutzel said.