CMS Innovation Center Model Participants

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This dataset shows the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) innovation center model participants.


The Innovation Center develops new payment and service delivery models in accordance with the requirements of section 1115A of the Social Security Act (SSA). Congress has defined – both through the Affordable Care Act and previous legislation – a number of specific demonstrations to be conducted by CMS.

The Innovation Center also plays a critical role in implementing the Quality Payment Program, which Congress created as part of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) to replace Medicare’s Sustainable Growth Rate formula to pay for physicians’ and other providers’ services. In this new program, clinicians may earn incentive payments by participating to a sufficient extent in Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs). In Advanced APMs clinicians accept some risk for their patients’ quality and cost outcomes and meet other specified criteria.

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CMS Innovation Center, CMS Innovation Participants, Innovation Participants, Special Initiatives, Innovation Models, Advanced Alternative Payment Models

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CMS Innovation Center Participants

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Name of InitiativeOrganization NameNotesAddressCityState AbbreviationIs State BasedDisease PhaseFacebook URLTwitter URLYoutube URLWebsite URLCategoryUnique ID
BPCI AdvancedBrockton Hospital, Inc.Number Of Clinical Episodes: 11680 Centre StreetBrocktonMAEpisode-based Payment Initiatives185
BPCI AdvancedPhoenixville Hospital LLCNumber Of Clinical Episodes: 1140 Nutt RoadPhoenixvillePAEpisode-based Payment Initiatives376
BPCI AdvancedThe Rothman Institute Of New Jersey PANumber Of Clinical Episodes: 117001 Lincoln DriveMarltonNJEpisode-based Payment Initiatives500
BPCI AdvancedHospitalist Medicine Physicians Of Texas, PLLCNumber Of Clinical Episodes: 2418951 N Memorial DrHumbleTXEpisode-based Payment Initiatives583
BPCI AdvancedCardiac Cin Of Phoenix LLCNumber Of Clinical Episodes: 282155 W Pinnacle Peak RdPhoenixAREpisode-based Payment Initiatives783
BPCI AdvancedShoreline OrthopaedicsNumber Of Clinical Episodes: 2// Convenening Organization: Fusion5, Inc.370 N. 120Th AvenueHollandMIEpisode-based Payment Initiatives1358
BPCI AdvancedOhiohealth CorporationNumber Of Clinical Episodes: 2// Convenening Organization: Ohiohealth Corporation111 S. Grant AvenueColumbusOHEpisode-based Payment Initiatives1402
BPCI Initiative: Model 2Chesapeake Regional Medical CenterNumber of Episodes: 2 // None Given736 Battlefield Blvd., NorthChesapeakeVAMajor joint replacement of the lower extremity, StrokeEpisode-based Payment Initiative1419
BPCI Initiative: Model 2Lahey Hospital And Medical CenterNumber of Episodes: 5 // None Given41 Mall RdBurlingtonMACoronary artery bypass graft, Major bowel procedure, Hip & femur procedures except major joint, Stroke, Major joint replacement of the lower extremityEpisode-based Payment Initiative1476
BPCI Initiative: Model 2Regional Medical Center Of Orangeburg And Calhoun Counties, ScNumber of Episodes: 1 // Convening Organization(s):Premier, Inc.3000 St. Matthews RoadOrangeburgSCCongestive heart failureEpisode-based Payment Initiative1487