Presented by:

Archway Health Epstein Becker Green EBG Advisors

On April 24, 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced that the application window for Cohort 2 of BPCI Advanced is now open. Cohort 2 will begin Model Year 3 on January 1, 2020, and represents the last opportunity for providers to join this voluntary alternative payment model. The application period will close on June 24, 2019, at midnight EDT.

BPCI Advanced builds on its predecessor, BPCI Classic, and, like other bundled payment programs, rewards clinicians for improving outcomes and lowering costs. 

Listen to our speakers address this announcement in a brief webinar format so you can quickly get up to speed on what this announcement means and the next steps you should take.


Keely Macmillan
GM, BPCI Advanced
Archway Health

Philo D. Hall
Senior Counsel
Epstein Becker Green

Jeff Brown
Strategic Advisor
EBG Advisors

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