The Health Care Transformation Group co-administered the Round Two State Innovation Model (SIM) grant from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI). Maryland is developing a strategy to develop population health sustainability through Maryland’s Population Health Plan, population health measurement and care plan exchange planning.
Maryland is also developing the Maryland Comprehensive Primary Care Model (MCPC) to integrate care management into primary care and specialty provider healthcare practices. Maryland aims to support a care delivery system that will improve health outcomes, enhance quality of care, address high costs and promote better coordination - between primary care practices, specialties, social support services, payment structures and technology systems. The MCPC is stakeholder-driven and aligned with Maryland’s ground-breaking All-Payer Model and Medicaid and Medicare Dual Eligibles care delivery strategy. All three models contribute to the improvement of the health status of all Marylanders.
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