Multi-Payer Primary Care Transformation

The Multi-State Collaborative is a learning network for states and regions working on multi-payer primary care transformation

Transforming primary care to be more accessible and effective is essential to improving population health and reducing costs. But this can only occur if changes to the primary care delivery system include payment reform coordinated across all payers.

The Multi-State Collaborative (MC) is a voluntary group of leaders who are representatives of state- or region-based, multi-payer, primary care transformation initiatives. The MC provides a forum for members to share data, participate in collaborative learning, and advocate for improved collaboration between the states and the federal government on new and ongoing initiatives. It has been supported by the Milbank Memorial Fund (MMF) since 2009.

January 30, 2019—Read Lisa Dulsky Watkins’ Guest Blog:

Comprehensive Primary Care in Ohio and Kentucky—Positive Findings about why primary care practices in Ohio and Kentucky are starting to produce the results she’d always hoped to see.