Blue Cross NC and CCPN will provide primary care services to Medicaid beneficiaries beginning Nov. 1 under the state’s new Medicaid managed care system
Independent Physician Leaders Collaborate in a Physician-Led CIN
CCPN is a clinically-integrated network (CIN) of independent primary care physicians dedicated to improving quality, proving value to payers and patients, and keeping doctors and clinicians in control of the care their patients receive.
What does this mean?
As the healthcare system evolves and physicians will be paid based on the quality of care they provide rather than the number of patients they see, CCPN allows North Carolina's independent primary care clinicians to:
- • Share best practices
- • Improve quality of care for their patients
- • Participate in payer contracts which have been negotiated for the benefit of patients and primary care clinicians, not an administrative third party (hospital-based health systems, insurers, population health companies)
CCPN is the largest clinically-integrated network in North Carolina which has been created with the sole purpose to support North Carolina’s independent primary care physicians. CCPN is uniquely positioned to provide independent clinicians the support they need to not just survive but to THRIVE in the new healthcare environment.
Join with more than 2,500 independent clinicians and become part of North Carolina’s only physician-led, clinically-integrated network that exists to serve YOU!
CCPN by the Numbers
Medicaid beneficiaries served
State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, and the State Health Plan (Plan) announced on June 17, 2019 that CCPN has signed a contract to join the North Carolina State Health Plan Network
Dr. Dobson writes, "CCPN is with you. We are here for you, North Carolina's primary care clinicians, and remain 100% committed to working solely on your behalf."