Md. approves insurer's medical home physician payment plan

09/21/2010 | American City Business Journals

The Maryland Health Care Commission approved CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield's medical home plan to financially reward primary care physicians for improving the well-being of their patients. Physicians who participate in the program -- which is set to begin in early 2011 -- can earn a 12% increase in previously negotiated rates, extra money for developing care plans for high-risk patients and reimbursement rate increases of up to 80%.

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