Blended Capitation Model
Is Fee For Service restricting your efforts to deliver care in the way you want to practice?
If you answered "yes", then you and your clinic colleagues may want to consider the Blended Capitation Model (BCM).
✓ Continuity where relationships matter✓ Care coordination and delivery by an interdisciplinary team✓ Good access to care and a patient centered approach✓ The ability to deliver care in innovative ways✓ Professional autonomy, satisfaction✓ Happier, healthier patients✓ Predictable income stream for easier budgeting and stability
What is the most valuable part for physicians implementing the model?
What are your colleagues saying about it?
How has implementing the model changed your practice?
What would you say to physicians who are considering implementation?
"The physicians really encourage us as LPNs (Licenced Practical Nurses) to maximize our skill set and our practice."
- Tanis Bergen, LPN Sylvan Family Health Centre
Should I join the Blended Capitation Model?
Any office-based comprehensive primary care clinic with a desire to advance the Patient’s Medical Home is eligible for the BCM demonstration project. Clinics that are successful with the Blended Capitation Model:
- know their panel
- have good access or taking steps to improve access
- have a quality improvement (QI) team in place and meeting regularly
- meet regularly with the physician group
- work together collaboratively, as a team
- share a philosophy of careFind answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Watch to learn more about the Sylvan Family Health Centre BCM experience: