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ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0 helps physicians reach
quality, efficiency and cost-saving benchmarks by adopting best
practices for implementing PCMHs
PHILADELPHIA, November 8, 2012 -- Physician practices in 14
states that participate in WellPoint's affiliated health plans'
patient-centered primary care programs will be eligible to have
licensed access, at no cost, to Medical Home Builder
2.0, an online practice-management tool developed by the
American College of Physicians (ACP).
This online tool is just one of the many features physician
practices may benefit from by participating in the patient-centered
primary care programs which reward physicians -- financially and
through added resources and data sharing -- for coordinating all
aspects of their patients' care, making that care more accessible
and affordable while strengthening the doctor-patient
"By offering the Medical Home Builder as a valuable resource to
physician practices that take part in the patient-centered primary
care programs, we can promote additional improvements in the
quality, outcomes and cost-effectiveness of patient care," said
Doug Wenners, senior vice president of Provider Engagement and
Contracting for WellPoint. "We are pleased to work with ACP on this
effort as it underscores our commitment to equip clinicians with
the tools and resources to do what they do best: manage all aspects
of their patients' care."
The agreement between ACP and WellPoint will offer access to
ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0 for up to 20,000 clinicians.
"Medical Home Builder 2.0 helps primary care practices improve
clinical quality, streamline fundamental business operations, and
identify and implement key features of the patient-centered medical
home," said Michael S. Barr, MD, FACP, MBA, who leads ACP's Medical
Practice, Professionalism & Quality division.
Physician practices that use ACP's Medical Home Builder 2.0
become part of an online community of practices committed to
improving patient care and identifying office efficiencies. The
web-based tool offers 23 self-paced modules that address the key
attributes and expectations of a patient-centered medical home,
improving clinical care, and practice management. Each learning
Participating physician practices will have access to Medical
Home Builder 2.0 beginning in January 2013.
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest
medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician
group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internists specialize in the prevention,
detection, and treatment of illness in adults. Follow ACP on
About WellPoint, Inc.
At WellPoint, we believe there is an important connection between
our members' health and well-being-and the value we bring our
customers and shareholders. So each day we work to improve the
health of our members and their communities. And, we can make a
real difference since we have more than 33 million people in our
branded health plans, and approximately 64 million people served
through our subsidiaries. As an independent licensee of the Blue
Cross and Blue Shield Association, WellPoint serves members as the
Blue Cross licensee for California; the Blue Cross and Blue Shield
licensee for Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky,
Maine, Missouri (excluding 30 counties in the Kansas City area),
Nevada, New Hampshire, New York (as the Blue Cross Blue Shield
licensee in 10 New York City metropolitan and surrounding counties
and as the Blue Cross or Blue Cross Blue Shield licensee in
selected upstate counties only), Ohio, Virginia (excluding the
Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C.), and Wisconsin. In a
majority of these service areas, WellPoint's plans do business as
Anthem Blue Cross, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Blue Cross
and Blue Shield of Georgia and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, or
Empire Blue Cross (in the New York service areas). WellPoint also
serves customers throughout the country as UniCare and in certain
California, Arizona and Nevada markets through our CareMore
subsidiary. Our 1-800 CONTACTS, Inc. subsidiary offers customers
online sales of contact lenses, eyeglasses and other ocular
products. Additional information about WellPoint is available at