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    ​​Maryland Prim​​​ary ​Care Program

    Program Application

    New practices and CTOs may apply to join the MDPCP during designated application periods​. This includes those practices which were deferred in the previous Performance Year, as well as newly interested eligible practices and CTOs. You can find updates on the current application period below. 


    Current Application Period 

    The ​​Request for Applications (RFA) for PY2023​ of the Maryland Primary Care Program is currently closed.  Primary care​ practices, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and CTOs​ that are interested in joining the MDPCP as new participants will have a final opportunity to apply to join the MDPCP in Spring/Summer 2023 for participation beginning January 2024. Links to previous application resources are listed below to allow interested applicants to learn more about the program and application process.

    Interested applicants can also view the MDPCP's calendar of previous recruitment events as well as recordings from previous webinars. ​


    Application Resources for Practices & FQHCs:​

    • Application​

    • ​Webinars

    • CRISP Letter of Support

    • CTO Comparison Tool

    • Application Guidance on CCN

      • The application requires practices to provide a CMS Certification Number (CCN), also known as a 'Medicare ID Number'. Practices should first try to find their CCN by using this guidance​. If you experience technical difficulties or do not have a CCN, please email MarylandModel@cms.hhs.gov. 


    ​Application Resources for CTOs:

    • ​​Application