Longitudinal family physicians on other payment models than the LFP Payment Model who meet requirements of the CLFP Payment 2023 will need to submit their patient panels through their EMR or Dr.Bill by December 31, 2023, and do the required work, to be eligible for the CLFP Payment 2023. Additionally, longitudinal family physicians eligible for the CLFP Payment 2023 and who submit their patient panels by December 31, 2023 are eligible for the Panel Registry Payment.
The PAS is another step in our journey to revitalize and strengthen family medicine. It will:
As part of the PAS, physicians and medical directors will receive payment to compensate them for completing the required work.
For the Panel Registry, longitudinal family physicians will receive $6,500 to:
There is an expectation that panel information will be updated as patients are added or leave your practice. You can find more information on how to update your panel in the "Updating Panel Lists" section of this webpage.
Medical directors will receive $2,000 per clinic providing longitudinal family practice services. Medical directors receive the payment on behalf of the clinic and are expected to distribute payment to clinic physicians/staff based on internal arrangements. To receive payment, medical directors (or delegated staff) are required to:
In addition, participation in the PAS will be part of the eligibility requirements for the Community Longitudinal Family Physician (CLFP) Payment this year. Non-LFP physicians will need to submit their list of empaneled patients through MSP Teleplan by December 31, 2023. While the CLFP Payment 2023 will be based on Majority Source of Care (MSOC) methodology, future CLFP Payments (for fee-for-service physicians and eligible AP physicians) will be calculated based on panel data in the PAS. In the future, it is important that physicians populate their panel data into the PAS for accurate calculation of the CLFP Payments. More information on the CLFP Payment will be communicated shortly.