Keyword: Comprehensive Primary Care Plus
The Trump administration has delayed for one year the start date for its much-anticipated new primary care value-based payment model.
The government’s Comprehensive Primary Care initiative did not cut Medicare spending.
Nearly a third of total U.S. healthcare payments were tied to alternative payment models in 2016, according to a new report.
To reap benefits from quality-based care programs, providers must organize clinical staff to gather the necessary data.
News that the government is expanding its Medicare pilot primary care program into the Greater Buffalo area of New York was welcomed with open arms.
Practices in four additional regions will have the opportunity to participate in the government’s CPC+ model from 2018 to 2022.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services gave a pat on the back Monday to physician practices participating in the Comprehensive Primary Care initiative.
In an exclusive interview, Priority Health Chief Operating Officer Mike Koziara explains why his organization is participating in Comprehensive Primary Care Plus initiative.