Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Provider-Delivered Care Management
Provider-Delivered Care Management (PDCM) is part of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s Patient-Centered Medical Home program, which is a core element of Value Partnerships’ Physician Group Incentive Program.
Provider-Delivered Care Management involves the delivery of care management services by a care manager working with a physician and care team in an eligible primary care or specialist office.
All Blue Cross PCMH-designated physicians are eligible to bill Blue Cross for PDCM services. Providers who participate in PDCM receive reimbursement for care management services rendered through 12 procedure codes, and practices that meet Blue Cross claims criteria, training criteria, and attestation process criteria will become eligible for the 5 percent PDCM value-based reimbursement beginning July 1 of each year. Eligibility for PDCM value-based reimbursement is re-evaluated annually.
There are different requirements to bill the codes than there are to receive the value-based reimbursement. For details about program criteria and requirements at each level of participation, please see the PDCM Frequently Asked Questions document, available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summary of BCBSM PDCM programs and the care management training criteria is identified in the table below. For details about the criteria to participate in the PDCM programs, please see the PDCM Frequently Asked Questions document, available by emailing email@example.com.
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For questions regarding courses or for additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail)