The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has issued a request for information as it considers new models, including payment mechanisms, to encourage more comprehensive delivery of primary care.
The RFI also seeks ideas on how information technologies can support the new initiative, which could include moving payment for primary care services from encounter-based, or encounter-based with care management fees (as is being tested in the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative), towards population-based payment based on a practices population of beneficiaries.
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