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Montana Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+)

Montana Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+)

Montana was selected to be one of only 14 locations across the country to join the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) model. CPC+, the largest-ever initiative of its kind, is a 5 year, multi-payer initiative to invest in high-quality primary care, which is critical to promoting health and reducing overall health care costs. Montana was chosen after Medicaid and commercial payers worked together to highlight the public-private partnerships Montana has built to advance health care reforms in the state, such as Montana’s patient-centered medical home model and the Governor’s Council on Health Care Innovation. Through CPC+, Montana Medicaid, BlueCross BlueShield of Montana, PacificSource Health Plans and Medicare will increase resources for primary care and work to align requirements for providers.

The deadline for primary care practices to apply is September 15, 2016.Practices must submit an application to be considered for the 5 year program. Submission of an application does not bind a practice to participate.

What is CPC+?

Information for Primary Care Practices