Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan’s (CDPHP) medical home pilot began in 2008, with the dual goals of reforming both the practice of primary care in the CDPHP network and payments to these physicians. Dr. Bruce Nash, CDPHP’s senior vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer, explains what sets the two-phase CDPHP program apart from other medical home pilots, how participants met the challenge of practice transformation, and why preliminary pilot results mirror what’s going on in the industry today. Dr. Nash described how CDPHP met the challenge of developing a novel risk adjustment methodology that would drive a global payment combined with a significant bonus structure to attract physician participation and encourage future growth by medical students to enter primary care during “Rewarding Primary Care Practice Reform with Physician Payment Reform: A Medical Home’s Experience,” 45-minute webinar on February 23, 2011.
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