Practices planning to participate in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Comprehensive Primary Care Plus program must rely heavily on health information technology to be successful.

And for some physicians, time is growing short to get ready for the program known by the acronym of CPC+, an expanded medical home model based on accountable care and first announced in April. CMS on August 1 announced applications now are available to participate in the program, set for 14 regions that cover all or parts of 16 states.

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