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Attention Medicare patients: CPC+… What is it? Why are we excited to be a part of it?

We have been chosen to participate in Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) Our practice is participating in CPC+, the nation’s largest-ever program to improve primary care. Giving doctors extra support to help you get better care Through CPC+, our insurers will give our practice additional resources to help us better manage your care. We hope to…

By Jennifer West January 16, 2017 Off

What is Patient Centered Medical Home? PCMH

We are proud to say Haller & Hug, PC has been a Patient-Centered Medical Home since 2010. Patient-Centered Medical Home is a concept where patients take an active role in their own health care, working closely with their primary care physicians to navigate through the health care system. The PCP coordinates all of their patients’…

By Jennifer West June 13, 2016 Off


Here is some information about measles taken from the CDC webpage. 1. The majority of those who got measles were unvaccinated. 2. Being fully vaccinated means getting two doses of MMR. 3. It presents as a fever and characteristic rash 4. The incubation period is 7-18 days, so if someone was exposed to a known…

By Heather Molnar February 6, 2015 Off

Walking for Breast Cancer

The Haller & Hug PC staff will be participating in the May 16, 2015 Walk For The Cure. Walking in support and memory of our family, friends, and co-workers who have battled breast cancer with grace and courage. Donations can be made by going to the following website

By Jennifer West December 8, 2014 Off

Enterovirus D68

Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) is not a new virus, but it has been getting more people sick this year.  Children are at higher risk, because they may not have been exposed to this virus yet and do not have immunity built up against it.  Children with asthma may have greater risk of developing a more severe…

By Heather Molnar October 14, 2014 Off

Ebola – information from the CDC

Ebola is a viral disease that is spread through contact with bodily fluids (i.e. pee, poop, vomit, blood) on the mucus membranes (eyes, mouth, nose). A person with symptoms of Ebola must have had contact with a person with known Ebola or travel to an area with active Ebola in the last 21 days. Symptoms…

By Heather Molnar October 14, 2014 Off