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 provide you the highest quality patient-centered care.

More information for traditional Medicare (Part A and Part B) beneficiaries

To help us take better care of you, Medicare will start sharing some of your personal health information with us. This will help provide us with a more complete picture of your health and be better able to coordinate your care.

If you want to stop Medicare from sharing this information, you should call
1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048.

Your Medicare benefits aren’t changing. You still have the right to use or visit any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare, at any time. Your doctor may continue to recommend that you see particular doctors for your specific health needs, but it’s always your choice which doctors you use or hospital you visit.


If you have questions or concerns, you can call Haller & Hug, PC at 248-477-5608 or bring it up next time you’re in the office for an appointment. You can also visit, contact CPC+ Support at or 1-888-372-3280, or call 1‑800-MEDICARE with questions.


CPC+ Press Release

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We are having Pink Friday on 10/28 to raise money for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer research. If you visit our office this month you will see that we have turned the place pink for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you would like to help us by donating you can use the link below. Remember to get your mammograms yearly.

For more information on Breast Cancer detection and treatment click here.

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’ care, manages chronic conditions, tracks all medications and lab results (prescribed by himself or specialists), offers extended office hours and works with other health care professionals in an effort to promote total health care and avoid complications.

If you have any questions about our Patient Centered Medical Home please ask your physician or a staff member next time you are in the office.

Good News!! Parking lot repairs are underway!

We are happy to report that they are repairing the parking lot on the north side of our building.  Bad news is for the remainder of this week the parking lot and entrance on the north side of the building will be closed.  This is unfortunately the side our reserved parking spaces are on. Please use the south parking lot and entrance for access until 6/13/16. Thanks for your cooperation.

Moving Update !!

The wall frames have gone up and we have marked out the electrical locations. We are really getting excited about the new move. August 1rst will be our first day up and running at the new location.  Here are some pics of the rough walls.

The new lab area
The new lab area
Walking into the office view
Walking into the office view
Check in desk looking out into the waiting area
Check in desk looking out into the waiting area

We are moving!!


Our office will be moving to a new location on August 1, 2015.

Our new address will be:

27555 Farmington Road, Suite 120

Farmington Hills, MI 48334





We are really excited about the new office and look forward to continuing to provide our patients high quality care at our new office. We will be posting updates on the progress here on the website.


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 measles case (or even a questionable one), and they haven’t developed a rash 3 weeks later – they don’t have measles.

5. Measles is passed by respiratory droplets and is very contagious to those who are not immune.

6. The measles vaccine wasn’t developed until 1963, so those born prior to that probably got the disease and are now immune, despite not receiving the vaccine.