CPC+ and Oculus Health: Improving Primary Care Delivery for Americans

Better Primary Care, Better Health Care

 The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) developed CPC+ (Comprehensive Primary Care Plus) to strengthen primary care through multi-payment reform and improved care delivery. This primary care medical home model is regionally-based, addressing critical gaps in primary care quality and delivery in the areas of the U.S. that need it most:

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What is MIPS?

What’s going on with MACRA? What is MIPS? How can you avoid losing up to 9% of your practice’s revenue to government penalties? Is there a way for small and medium-sized practices to succeed under new legislation from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)?

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CMS Launches Largest Multi-Payer Initiative — Exclusive Report

Summary

CMS made breaking news this week that they will be launching the largest ever multi-payer initiative. Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) model works with Medicare, Medicaid, and private payers to pay primary care doctors a bonus of $15 or $28 per patient per month for all medicare patients. When CPC+ goes live in 20 states it will affect the treatment of 25 million seniors. This program is estimated to be 10x larger than the original CPC. The new program will begin in January 2017.
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