Highmark says it will expand PCMH pilot project in Pa., W.Va.

01/24/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Highmark said it will expand its patient-centered medical home pilot project that pays primary care physicians more for providing care coordination because initial findings show it reduced health care costs 2% for 45,000 plan members. The program will expand from 160 primary care physicians to 1,050 doctors in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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