Physician Group Incentive Program
Since 2005, Upper Peninsula Health Group (UPHG) Physician Organization (PO) has been providing hands on quality improvement strategies and guidance to support practice transformation and performance in the Physician Group Incentive Program (PGIP) initiatives. UPHG currently serves 340 providers in 107 practices that are affiliated with both independent and hospital owned practices. Learn more about PGIP and UPHG services below!
It is a collection of programs among Blue Cross, physicians and hospitals across Michigan that make health care work better for everyone. It is value based, outcomes-Based health care, a movement away from the Fee-for-Service model and pays health care providers for successfully managing their patients health.
Addresses many of the most common and costly areas of surgical and medical care in Michigan.
UPHIE is a qualified organization (QO) that governs health information exchange across healthcare stakeholders in the region.
MiHIN is a public and private non-profit statewide health information exchange that focuses on decreasing cost and improving healthcare in the state of Michigan.
Provides education on unconscious bias in the workplace. Self-assessment opportunities, and exploring bias busting strategies are reviewed.
Search and connect to resources for fi nancial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help in your area, anywhere in the US.
Michigan Institute for Care Management & Transformation (MICMT) Resources
MICMT is the coordinating center for the BCBSM Provider Delivered Care Management (PDCM) program. They work with Michigan POs to provide resources, tools and advance team-based care support through best practices, providing trainings on community health worker peer support, care management and integration of behavioral health within primary care.