Recent Awards & Recognition
Open Door is proud of the local and national recognition it has received.
Open Door is accredited by the Joint Commission. The Joint Commission’s Ambulatory Care Accreditation Program is a nationally-accepted benchmark of quality that demonstrates our commitment to the highest level of patient safety and patient care.
Open Door is proud to have received a Davies Community Health Organization Award from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. The Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence recognized Open Door for its implementation and use of health information technology, specifically electronic health records.
Advancing Health Information Technology (HIT) for Quality, awarded for optimizing HIT services for advancing telehealth, patient engagement, interoperability, and collection of social determinants of health to increase access to care and advance quality of care.
Addressing Social Risk Factors, awarded for screening for social risk factors impacting patient health and increasing access to enabling services.
Open Door has received a Silver Quality badge for Health Center Quality Leader. HRSA awards badges to health centers with AQR averages in the top three tiers (top 30%).
Open Door has been deemed by HRSA as a Public Health Service employee for purposes of liability protections under FSHCAA.
Open Door is proud to have received a HRSA Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition by having a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) in one or more delivery sites.
Open Door has achieved the highest level of recognition as a patient-centered medical home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) – a strong indication of our patient-centered model.
Open Door is one of the first providers in New York State to receive the NCQA Behavioral Health Integration Distinction. NCQA’s Distinction in Behavioral Health Integration is a way for practices to highlight where they excel beyond the PCMH standards.
Open Door has been recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association for their commitment to improving blood pressure control through measurement accuracy among adult patients.