Fenway Health Quality & Safety

It is our goal to be the health care provider of choice to our community. To help you feel confident in the care you receive at Fenway, in this section we describe our efforts to ensure we provide you with high quality, safe, effective care.

Adhering to National Standards for Quality & Safety

jc1-01Fenway Health is accredited by the Joint Commission, an independent, non-profit, organization that accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations in the U.S.  Fenway meets the Joint Commission’s nationally recognized standards for safety and quality.

 

 

NCQA-Wellness_Health_Promotion-logoFenway Health and Fenway South End are also recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH), the highest level offered for this recognition. In the PCMH model, we use a team-based approach to deliver comprehensive, coordinated, patient-centered, evidence based care.

 

Providing Evidence-Based Preventive and Chronic Disease Care

nqlsilverFenway Health aims to provide you with evidence based medicine, using the latest medical knowledge, to make sure our community gets all recommended care. Fenway performs well when compared to other health care organizations. In 2014 and 2015, Fenway was awarded as a Health Center Quality Leader among other Federally Qualified Community Health Centers (FQHCs).  In 2016, Fenway South End become the first practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to be certified by the Health Policy Commission as a PCMH-PRIME practice. The PCMH-PRIME certification recognizes efforts Fenway has taken to provide whole person care, by integrating Behavioral Health care within the Primary Care setting.

Click here to review Fenway’s Clinical Quality Measures to see how we compare to other FQHCs in Massachusetts, and across the country.

Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) provides Clinical Performance and Patient Experience Data for Fenway Health and Fenway South End.  Follow the links below to see how we compare with practices in Massachusetts.  This data is reported by health insurance plans.

Fenway Health Ansin Location MHQP Data

Fenway South End Location MHQP Data

Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care

Through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, Fenway provides comprehensive primary care to people living with HIV, regardless of their ability to pay.  HIV care is integrated with Primary Care services to make sure all patients receive the same level of care coordination and support.

93%  of patients have HIV viral loads that are suppressed below 200 copies/mL . This test measures the number of HIV particles in the blood. Viral loads below 200 indicate that the virus is not actively replicating and the risk of disease progression is low.

97%  of patients have a CD4 count above 200 cells/mm.    CD4 counts measure the amount of cells that fight infection, they are also known as T-helper cells.  Keeping cell counts high reduces the patient’s risk of complications due to HIV.

100% of patients served have received HIV Risk-Reduction Screening and Counseling.

100% of patients who were first diagnosed with HIV by health center staff during the year had a routine medical visit within 3 months of diagnosis.

Data Source: Fenway’s 2015 Ryan White Services Annual Report and 2015 Uniform Data Set report.

Understanding your Experience:

We survey patients about their experience at Fenway using Press Ganey.  Patients may receive a survey by email after a visit with one of our Medical providers.  We use this information to understand the care experience from our patient’s perspective and to find ways we can improve.

Click here to provide us with feedback or suggestions at any time using our online feedback form.

Customer Feedback

We welcome and appreciate your feedback regarding your experiences. Please use this form to report concerns about your care, as well as any compliments or suggestions.

Ansin Building

1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215

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617.927.6000

Fenway: South End

142 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA 02116

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617.247.7555

Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center

75 Kneeland Street
Boston, MA 02111

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617.457.8140