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PAMED approved funding to develop a list of services that will equip physicians to successfully navigate the rapidly changing health care world. These services will be managed by PAMED's for-profit subsidiary, the Care Centered Collaborative.
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) called for a revolutionary shift in how physicians are paid. It stresses quality of care over quantity of patients seen.
PAMED's Practice Support team educates members about this shift, and the Care Centered Collaborative will provide the tools physicians need to succeed in this new health payment model.
Below are the initial services available:
How can these services help your practice?
Contact Anita Brazill at (570) 702-1152 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clinically Integrated Networks
The Collaborative is in the process of creating clinically integrated networks (CINs) in several Pennsylvania markets.
PAMED members explain the idea behind CINs and how it would help their medical practices provide higher quality value while staying independent: