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    Maryland Primary Care Program

    Care Transformation Organization (CTO) Information 

    Provi​ding Care Transformation Assistance and Supplemental Staffing for MDPCP Practices

    CMS and MDH have envisioned a new type of entity, a Care Transformation Organization (CTO). For purposes of the Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP), a CTO is defined as an entity that hires and manages an interdisciplinary care management team capable of furnishing an array of care coordination ​services to Maryland Medicare beneficiaries attributed to Participant Practices. The interdisciplinary care management team may furnish care coordination services such as: pharmacist services, health and nutrition counseling services, behavioral health specialist services, referrals and linkages to social services, and support from health educators and Community Health Workers (CHWs). Many different types of entities may submit a CTO application, including health plans, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), managed service organizations (MSOs), Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs), hospitals, and other practice support organizations.​ 

    The application period for both practices and CTOs to apply to participate in the MDPCP is currently closed. Please visit our Application Page​ for more details about future application windows. 

    Li​st​​ of All Accepted CTOs for 2022

    The above list contains all of the CTOs that are actively participating in MDPCP as of January 1, 2021. To view a list of counties in which each CTO offers services, please see our CTO Comparison Tool

    General Resources for CTOs

    Care Transformation Support Vendor Survey​

    For interested vendors, please complete the form below and indicate your areas of support and contact information. For prospective program participants, please see summary of available vendor services in the market. This list will be updated on a regular basis. The State does not endorse any vendor listed.​