The Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program is a national, advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through regionally-based multi-payer payment reform and care delivery transformation.
- Ohio is the Largest Region in Number of Practice Sites: Of the 2,894 practice sites nationally, Ohio has 562 (19.4%). Michigan is the next largest region (448 sites; 15.4%) followed closely by New Jersey (436 sites; 15.1%).
- Ohio Has Largest Number of Providers: Of the 13,092 providers nationally, Ohio has 2,566 (20%). Ohio and Michigan together have 35% of all providers. Adding in New Jersey, it brings the total to 45% of the national provider totals.
Of Ohio’s 562 sites, 192 are Track 1 and 370 are Track 2. Track 1 represents a patient-centered medical home-type model with chronic care management requirements; Track 2 is much more sophisticated with emphasis on behavioral health integration, dementia support, and drug and alcohol treatment integration.