Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has launched what it calls the largest program in the nation to promote the medical home model of care.

The program involves more than 1,000 physicians in nearly 300 primary care practices located across the state. Under the medical home model, primary care practices serve as the focal point for patient care coordination. The model advocates extensive use of information technology to document and coordinate care across all providers and settings, support evidence-based medicine through decision support tools and conduct performance measurement.

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