How to Join
Beaumont Care Partners (BCP) is managed by:
Physician-led subcommittees and a physician-dominated board of managers.
Organizational development funds provided by Beaumont Health, Oakwood ACO and United Physicians.
A program led by physicians affiliated with Beaumont Health System.
A network of physicians opting to collaborate with the health system to utilize evidence-based, quality initiatives to improve quality and efficiency of care.
The provider network for the new system-wide Beaumont Health Employee Health Plan.
A network of physicians who will negotiate with health plans and employers for reimbursement aligned with demonstrated value.
BCP is not:
A program led by the hospitals.
Costly to physicians.
An agreement that will put individual physician fees at risk.
An exclusive network.
Did you know?
Participation in Beaumont Care Partners is voluntary and non-exclusive. It does not limit a physician's ability to contract independently with health plans and/or other clinical integration programs, physician organizations, physician hospital organizations or accountable care organizations.
You are not automatically enrolled as a member of Oakwood ACO, United Physicians or other physician organizations.
Payer agreements entered into by BCP are subject to review and approval of the physician-led BCP finance and contracting committee and the physician-led BCP Board of Managers and will be focused on unique opportunities in the marketplace.
Beaumont Health Employee Health Plan is the first contract to be held by BCP.
BCP has multiple participation categories with support to move you to progressive levels of risk as your risk tolerance and performance on quality metrics support it.
The BCP physician participation agreement provides single signature contract authority to BCP. This allows BCP to commit providers within a specific participation category to any new contract which BCP enters into. This is a common methodology utilized by clinical integrated networks throughout the country.
Physicians hold 11 of the 14 seats on the BCP Board of Managers.
Any quality information you share with the BCP is confidential and protected by language in each Network Participation Agreement.
A Physician can terminate participation in BCP at any time, for any reason, wit 90 days prior written notice.
All policies of BCP related to participation, the quality program, payer agreements and physician performance review are developed and implemented by the physician-led committees and the Board of Managers.
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