1,000 independent NC physicians join network

More than 1,000 independent physicians in North Carolina have joined the Community Care Physician Network, a clinically integrated network that supports independent physicians and safety-net providers across the state, reports Winston-Salem Journal.

CCPN allows independent practices to participate in Medicaid accountable care organizations, Medicare shared savings plans and other new value-based healthcare models, according to the network's website. It also is supported by Community Care of North Carolina's population health management expertise.

A north-central region of North Carolina, called the Triad, has the largest CCPN branch in the state with 262 independent practitioners and 56 independent practices, according to the article. Across North Carolina, there are 1,070 practitioners and 310 practices.


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