What is the Maryland Primary Care Program? The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) is a voluntary program open to all Maryland primary care practices with primary care clinicians. The program provides resources to your primary care team to better manage and coordinate your care, at no extra cost to you. These services include:
Integration of behavioral health needs with primary care.
A care team led by your doctor.
Access to links to social services such as transportation, food, housing, and much more.
More convenient care options, such as telemedicine, group visits and home visits.
Full-time Care Managers to help smooth transition of care, including follow up after hospital admissions and emergency department visits.
Maryland Health Connection recently updated the Find a Doctor search tool. To see MDPCP participating doctors, you can click More Filters and select Yes or No next to the brief description of the program to view the list of participating doctors. When you search for a doctor, you can see a notation next to doctors who participate in MDPCP. By choosing a doctor who is part of MDPCP, you will receive additional support with management and prevention of chronic disease.
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