Behavioral Health Business August 4, 2022
Chris Larson

Forty-five percent of providers that used the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus model (CPC+) reported co-locating behavioral health services in their clinics.

That’s according to a recent evaluation report released by the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).

CPC+ was a test of how primary care providers can form close partnerships with the federal government, health plans and technology firms. The program was designed to “enable primary care practices to transform how they deliver care.”

CMMI launched the program in 2017. As of last year, it impacted more than 17 million patients.”

While the CPC+ demonstration ended at the end of last year, policymakers and health care stakeholders are still using it as a source of inspiration for future care...

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Topics: CMS, Govt Agencies, Insurance, Mental Health, Payment Models, Primary care, Provider, Survey / Study, Trends, Value Based
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