Ohio’s CPC Program Early Entry Enrollment Process Explained

The Governor’s Office of Health Transformation recently posted a YouTube video explaining the early entry enrollment process into Ohio’s Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) program. Beginning in January 2017, selected physician practices will gain access to enhanced Medicaid payments for delivering comprehensive primary care services.

The requirements for your practice to qualify for early enrollment into the first wave of Ohio’s CPC program in 2017 are as follows:
  • Practice with 5,000+ Medicaid members and have national primary care or patient centered medical home (PCMH) recognition from NCQA II/III, URAC, Joint Commission AAAHC; or
  • Practice with 500+ Medicaid members and have PCMH NCQA III recognition; or
  • Practice with 500+ Medicaid members and selected as a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services CPC+ practice.

Questions regarding Ohio’s CPC program should be directed to Monica Juenger at the Governor’s Office of Health Transformation.



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