HealthLeaders Media November 21, 2022
Laura Beerman

The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) will break its own rules to test new models.


– An emphasis on primary-specialty care integration marks a new report from CMMI.

– This emphasis signals a new willingness by the agency to test care models over a longer period of time.

– The November progress update comes just one month after CMMI’s October strategy refresh and includes additional integration priorities.

New alternative payment models (APM) underperformed during CMMI’s first decade. CMMI hopes that a focus on primary-specialty care integration will improve outcomes during its next 10 years.

CMMI’s new report includes progress made across five strategic categories and a roadmap to continue advancing each one:

  1. Drive Accountable Care...

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