Maryland Primary Care Program
CURRENT MDPCP PRACTICES: Please refer to the CONNECT site for the most up-to-date program information.
The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) is designed to support the delivery of advanced primary care throughout the state to improve health outcomes, while controlling total health care spending growth.
The program presents an unprecedented opportunity to participate in care transformation for physicians, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants with a variety of specialty designations, including: General Practice, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatric Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, and co-located Psychiatry.
Modeled after CMMI's national Comprehensive Primary Care Plus Model (CPC+), participating practices will receive additional prospective payments from Medicare to make transformative changes to the way they deliver care. Practices will also receive technical assistance and data supports to accelerate transformation.
The application period for practices, FQHCs, and CTOs to apply to participate beginning January 1, 2023 is now closed. Interested practices, FQHCs, and CTOs will have a final opportunity to apply to join the MDPCP in Spring/Summer 2023 for participation beginning January 2024. Please visit our Application Page for more details.
List of All Practices for PY2022.
The above list reflects all of the practices participating in the MDPCP as of January 1, 2022. There are 508 participating practices spanning the state, with at least one in each county. Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) participate in MDPCP as one entity but represent multiple site locations, resulting in a total of 545 unique site locations across the state. Practice participation and other information is subject to change throughout the program year.
2022 Practice Awards
The MDPCP would like to recognize the following participants for their engagement and success in the program:
Anti-Procrastinator Award: LifeBridge Suburban Physician Group
Most Improved Throughout Booster Campaign Award: Crain Medical, PA
Most CRISP Sign-Ins Award: Beltway Internal Medicine
PQI Performance Award: Carol E. Ritter, MD, PA
Top Booster Vaccinator Award: Jin Gu, MD, PA
MDPCP Advisory Council
An Advisory Council provides input to the operations of the MDPCP, serving a consultative and advisory role to the Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and the Program Management Office (PMO). To learn more about Advisory Council meetings, including the development of a Track 3 for the program, and to view previous meeting recordings and materials, please click here.
There are three prediction tools now available in the MDPCP reporting suite. The prediction tools include the Pre-AH, Pre-DC, and the Pre-HE models. The Hilltop Pre-AH Model™ generates the “Avoidable Hospitalizations (PreAH)” scores; the Hilltop Pre-DC Model™ generates the “Severe Diabetes Complications (Pre-DC)” scores, and the Hilltop Pre-HE Model™ generates the “Hospice/End of Life (PreHE)” scores. These risk scores are intended to help MDPCP-participating practices identify beneficiaries who have a high risk of incurring an avoidable hospitalization or emergency department (ED) event, a high risk of incurring a hospital event due to severe diabetes complications, or a high risk of experiencing all-cause mortality within the next six months. Using this information in conjunction with clinical judgment, providers can make informed decisions about allocating scarce care coordination resources, directing these resources to the individuals who will benefit from them the most.
Other Practice Resources