Olympia Medical LLC



Quality Initiatives

Olympia Medical LLC believes that true healthcare transformation will only be achieved through a collaborative, integrated, and coordinated approach to bridging the gaps in our health care system. To that end, we are partnering with other like-minded organizations to develop and participate in innovative programs and initiatives designed to improve the health of our entire region. 

The Physician Group Incentive Program (PGIP) connects more than 40 physician organizations from across Michigan to share information and collaborate on initiatives designed to transform their practices and improve healthcare in our state. Nationally recognized for its achievements and progress in improving the delivery of care, PGIP facilitates positive change and rewards physicians and physician organizations for having a positive impact on patient outcomes and healthcare quality.

In a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), the foundation for patient care is built upon a partnership between providers, patients, their families, and other caregivers. It is a team-based approach to providing patient care that is proactive and coordinated. 

Olympia physicians are eligible to participate in the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and Patient-Centered Medical Home-Neighborhood (PCMH-N) Programs.  

Olympia Medical encourages all primary and specialty care physicians to engage in the principles of the PCMH model of care and supports eligible physicians through the process of implementing the tools and processes necessary to receive a PCMH designation.  

For more information about the BCBSM PCMH and PCMH-N programs, including eligibility requirements and guidelines, please email an Olympia representative for assistance.

If you are participating in our PCMH project, please click the link to connect to our PCMH portal for training modules and guidelines regarding PCMH: http://DProTraining.com/Olympia


The Michigan HealthLink (MHL) Organized System of Care is a collaborative effort between four physician organizations: Greater Macomb, Oakland Southfield Physicians, Livingston Physician Organization, and Olympia Medical LLC. Built on the foundational capabilities of the Patient-Centered Medical Home, MHL strives to create a network of health care community neighbors that communicate and coordinate to better manage an integrated population of patients.

It's not just about a community of caregivers. It's about better coordination leading to better care.

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are member-driven networks of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers who work together to provide Medicare patients with the best possible care. The goal of an ACO is to support physicians in their care of patients. By coordinating patient care, ACOs ensure that patients receive the right care, at the right time, while avoiding unnecessary medical services. 

POM ACO is a partnership of over 5,700 providers who share the common goal of improving healthcare in Michigan through the strengthening of relationships among physicians, engaging in clinical integration activities, and sharing in infrastructure.

Physicians from the following PO and PHOs participate in POM ACO.

  • The University of Michigan Health System
  • Advantage Health/Saint Mary's Care Network
  • Crawford Mercy Physician Hospital Organization
  • Huron Valley Physicians Association (HVPA)
  • Integrated Health Associates (IHA)
  • Lakeshore Health Network
  • Mid Michigan Collaborative Care Organization
  • Oakland Southfield Physicians
  • Olympia Medical LLC
  • Physicians' Organization of Western Michigan (POWM)
  • United Physicians
  • Wexford Physician Hospital Organization