The Global and Professional Direct Contracting Model for Performance Year 2022 saved the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services $371.5 million and saved direct contracting entities $484.1 million, according to the agency’s first evaluation report of the model.

This represents an increase from $70.4 million in savings to CMS and $46.5 million in net savings to direct contracting entities (DCEs) in 2021. 

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