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MedNetOne Health Solutions and Practice Transformation Institute helping the community stay warm this winter season through hat and mitten drive

Dec 10, 2013 | News

Rochester, Mich.—Dec. 9, 2013—MedNetOne Health Solutions (MNOHS), a Michigan-based health care management organization serving the infrastructure and clinical support needs of primary and specialty care private practice physicians and behavioral health specialists, and Practice Transformation Institute (PTI), which provides the health care community with Continuing Medical Education and customized learning programs that improve patient health outcomes and the individual care delivery experience, are hosting a hat and mitten drive from Dec. 3 – 17. All donations will benefit Lighthouse of Oakland County.
MNOHS and PTI are accepting donations of new hats, mittens, scarves, ear muffs, winter coats and other winter clothing in their Rochester offices at 4986 Adams Road, suites B and D, Rochester 48306.
For questions, please contact Laurel English, administrative assistant at PTI at 248.475.4704 or
About Lighthouse of Oakland County
Lighthouse of Oakland County, Inc. (LOC) has been providing services to low-income families in the area since 1972. It is a family of agencies providing a full range of services designed to move people from crisis and instability to self-sufficiency.
Lighthouse last year provided assistance to families and individuals in need on 62,000 separate occasions through three key subsidiaries: Lighthouse Community Development (LCD), which rejuvenates communities through affordable housing and educated homeowners; Lighthouse
Emergency Services (LES), which provides emergency food, housing, medical, utility and other services to people who need immediate help; and Lighthouse PATH (PATH), which provides long-term housing and support to help women with children achieve self-sufficiency and a healthy family environment.
About MedNetOne Health Solutions:
MedNetOne Health Solutions (MNOHS), a leader in advancing the development and implementation of the Patient-Centered Medial Home (PCMH), is a healthcare management organization for primary and specialty care physicians and behavioral health specialists that provides administrative infrastructure and clinical support and programming to develop and sustain high performing, patient-centric practices while meeting government healthcare reform mandates. Learn more at
About Practice Transformation Institute (PTI)
Practice Transformation Institute is Michigan’s leading provider of CME and IACET accredited experiential learning programs for the Patient-Centered Medical Home and other primary care transformation initiatives. PTI was the first training organization in the country to be certified by URAC to audit primary care practices aiming for PCHCH designation. Practice Transformation Institute is a founding partner of the Mackinac Learning Collaborative, a learning community linking Michigan physicians with their peers to rapidly test and implement meaningful, sustainable change within their physician practices. PTI also runs the Physician’s Training Center in Madison Heights. To learn more about Practice Transformation Institute or the Mackinac Learning Collaborative, please visit
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