Person-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Financial Incentives

The Department of Social Services (DSS) offers financial incentives to primary care practices that qualify for PCMH status to help offset the costs of becoming, maintaining, and operating as a PCMH for HUSKY Health program recipients. Financial incentives are not applicable to Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC).

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The process of PCMH transformation towards PCMH recognition has many components and practices may find the project challenging at times. Appropriate guidance can be invaluable. That’s why we offer support and assistance from a team of PCMH experts. The support from this team is priceless and is available at no cost to your practice.

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Types of Financial Incentives

For a summary of the financial incentives that PCMH and Glide Path practices can qualify for, view the PCMH Financial Incentives Summary.

DSS PCMH providers will receive enhanced reimbursement rates on primary care services supplemental to the current Medicaid fee schedule. View a list of the PCMH Codes for Enhanced Reimbursement.

Per Member Per Month (PMPM) Performance-Based Payments:* DSS offers PMPM performance-based payments on the aggregate performance of fully qualified PCMH practices. Payments are based on select adult and pediatric health measures of HUSKY Health members attributed to the practice during the performance period. A practice’s attribution for performance-based payments may differ somewhat from the attribution established in the monthly roster due to the exclusion of members dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid and those with commercial insurance.

*Glide Path practices do not qualify for the performance-based payments, but will receive a portion of the PCMH enhanced reimbursement rate.

PCMH Performance-Based Payment Program Webinar

Click on the link below to listen to a recorded webinar providing details on the Performance-Based Payment Program, including measures, recent changes in 2021, and an explanation of the new methodology.
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Maintaining Your Provider Roster

It is important that you maintain your provider roster by adding and removing practitioners in a timely manner using the PCMH and Glide Path Change Request Form. This is crucial when attributing members to your practice. An incorrect provider roster will affect your enhanced reimbursement rates and performance-based payments.

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