What is PRIME SAN / TCPI?
The PRIME Support and Alignment Network is part of the landmark federal, Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, within the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Innovation Center. This initiative was designed to provide clinicians free technical assistance to build the comprehensive quality improvement strategies needed to survive and thrive in a value-based reimbursement environment.
Through enrollment in one of twenty-nine Practice Transformation Networks* or one of two hybrid Support and Alignment Networks 2.0, clinicians will have access to the extensive nationwide, collaborative CMS Quality network, which includes the thirty-nine Practice Transformation and Support and Alignment Networks of the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative.
The American Board of Family Medicine is offering the following benefits to help support and align family physicians' professional activities with their practice improvement efforts:
Free abfm PRIME Registry Dashboard Subscription
Free PRIME Registry subscription for up to 3 years to the first 6,000 ABFM board-certified family physicians who sign up and are enrolled in a Practice Transformation Network.
The PRIME Registry is open to all primary care providers (including NPs and PAs) and includes a robust set of clinical quality measures calculated and available for display at the clinician level, practice level, and down to the individual patient level for you to view in your secure, web browser-based PRIME Registry dashboard.
Clinicians may also authorize PRIME to report approved measures for two Medicare Quality Payment Program tracks: the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and the Advanced Alternative Payment Model, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC +).
ABFM board-certified family physicians who are enrolled in a PTN may apply for 20 Family Medicine Certification/Performance Improvement activity points by completing a questionnaire on their PTN-related Performance Improvement activities.
To complete this questionnaire, log in to your ABFM Physician Portfolio, click on "PTN Participation" located under "Spotlight Programs," and follow the prompts.
*Note that Residents are able to receive 20 Family Medicine Certification points for completion of the activity, however, this will not fulfill the “minimum of one (1) Performance Improvement Activity with patient population.” The 20 points will, however, help Residents reach their minimum 50 points requirement.
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*Note: Your practice is not eligible to enroll in a PTN if you currently participate in any of the following: Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), Pioneer Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) including the Next Generation ACO model, the CMS Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCI), or the CMS Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practice (MAPCP) ACOs. You may, however, join a PTN if you are part of a Medicaid or private payer ACO program.
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