Date: Aug. 22, 2016
Contact: Tamiya Williams, CMPE | |
CPC+ is a five-year primary care medical home model beginning January 2017 that will enable primary care practices to care for their patients the way they think will deliver the best outcomes and to pay them for achieving results and improving care. CPC+ is an opportunity for practices of diverse sizes, structures, and ownership who are interested in qualifying for the incentive payment for Advanced Alternative Payment Models through the proposed Quality Payment Program.
CPC+ is a multi-payer model - Medicare, state Medicaid agencies, and private insurance companies partner together to support primary care practices. By aligning Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance, CPC+ moves the health care system away from one-size-fits-all, fee-for-service to a model that supports clinicians delivering the care that best meets the needs of their patients and improves health outcomes.
Medical Home Standards
Team-Based Healthcare Delivery
Patient Centered Access
Population Health Management
Care Management and Support
Performance Measurement & Quality Improvement
Care Coordination & Care Transition
Ohio is one of the states/regions that has been selected for CPC+. Eligible practices may apply between August 1 and September 15, 2016 to participate in CPC+ by clicking this link: https://app1.innovation.cms.gov/cpcplus
PCP’s are being offered financial support by the following companies to help sustain their practices while they transform into a Medical Home:
Provisional Payer Partners for Ohio are as follows:
Practices that are accepted into the CPC+ will receive per-member-per-month payments ranging from $15-$100. Also, under the proposed rules for MACRA, they would also be Advanced Payment Models that get automatic 5% bonuses on all Medicare Part B billing.
In addition to financial support the following HIT Vendors have pledged to help practices through the CPC+ process:
Follow the link below for an explanation on CPC+ program
Follow the link below to learn more about what states and regions were selected for CPC+