CHCS May 9, 2024
Anne Smithey and Rob Houston, Center for Health Care Strategies

Primary care is the backbone of a strong health care system. As such, state Medicaid programs are testing policies to strengthen primary care, including new payment approaches. Primary care population-based payment (PBP) models are upfront, prospective, value-based payment approaches that include provider accountability both for quality and cost of care. PBP models seek to move away from volume-based, fee-for-service payments and toward predictable “budgets” that support population health management, flexible service delivery, and financial stability for participating providers and the states implementing these models.


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Topics: Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Insurance, Medicaid, Population Health Mgmt, Primary care, Provider, States
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