The next session of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians’ (OAFP) Bite-Sized Learning program is set for Sunday, June 13, at 8 p.m. with a discussion on the transition to value-based care and the future of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+). Members can join the conversation by logging on to the OAFP’s Facebook page or YouTube channel to watch live.
CPC+ was created by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) with the goal of strengthening care management through multi-payer reform and care delivery transformation. The program has two practice cohorts, which began in 2017 and 2018, made up of over 2,600 practices across 18 regions. Additionally, there are 52 aligned private payers that participate in CPC+. The performance periods were originally set to be five years, but on April 12, 2021, CMMI announced the program will end for all practices on Friday, December 31, regardless of what cohort they were in. For these 2,600 practices, the question is now, “What’s next?”
Moderated by OAFP President Mike Sevilla, MD, this session will feature Kim Yu, MD, FAAFP, Regional Medical Director, Growth Partnerships at Aledade (@KimYuMD on Twitter) who will dive into the important question of what’s next. During their discussion, they will also reference an informative resource created by Aledade. For an advance view, check it out on Aledade’s web site.
- Learn the different models of value-based care
- Learn tips for transitioning to value-based care and maximizing success to thrive in practice
- Discover insights into the future of value-based care.
This session is sponsored by Aledade, a proud OAFP Partner in Health.
The OAFP will host these learning sessions on Sunday evenings as we have speakers and topics. Members can join the conversation by logging on to OAFP’s Facebook page or YouTube channel to watch live. Live viewers can submit questions and comments throughout the session. The sessions will be 40 minutes or less!
- Sunday, July 11, at 8 p.m., with representatives from Orthopedic ONE discussing common questions family physicians have on back and spine procedures.
If you have suggestions for future learning sessions or have a story to tell yourself, please contact Kaitlin McGuffie.
Financial support for this program was provided by the AAFP Foundation to the Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium (FMPC) and is funded by members like you! Help programs like this continue to support family medicine by giving to the AAFP Foundation. Select “Chapter Grants” when making your gift online. Thank you!