OHIC lists new goals for providers on patient-centered medical homes, risk-based care

MARIE L. GANIM, the Rhode Island Health Insurance Commissioner, pictured here during the Oct. 5, 2017, PBN Health Care Summit. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ RUPERT WHITELEY
MARIE L. GANIM, the Rhode Island Health Insurance Commissioner, pictured here during the Oct. 5, 2017, PBN Health Care Summit. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ RUPERT WHITELEY
PROVIDENCE — The Office of Health Insurance Commissioner has issued the 2018 requirements for its Care Transformation and Alternative Payment Methodology Plans, updates intended to continue a move of the state’s health care industry to a value-based system, the agency announced in its January 2018 newsletter. The 2018 Care Transformation Plan requires 50 percent of…

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