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The BVCN is a large group of providers in the Boulder region who have organized themselves as a clinically collaborative entity via a Memorandum of Understanding. They are directed by a formal Steering Committee comprising of leaders from each provider group or IPA. Their purpose is to collaborate with each other in order to:1) create policies, procedures, and protocols to assist the provider parties in working on the Boulder Valley School District’s (BVSD) Clinical Quality Plan and2) to expand their capabilities to enable the parties to offer similar collaborative solutions to other regional employer benefit plans and3) to improve the health of the people in the region. All clinical programs are overseen by the Medical Directors Advisory Committee, which is made up of physicians from each provider group. The BVCN is an Organized Health Care Arrangement (OHCA) under HIPPA, enabling these providers to share clinical data amongst themselves in their efforts towards clinical quality and integration.The BVCN covers all of Boulder County, Broomfield County, South West Weld County and South Larimer County. It includes the cities of Boulder, Longmont, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Erie, Niwot, Superior, Firestone, Frederick and Dacono. There are over 600,000 people in the service area.
In an effort to reduce the financial barrier to appropriate care, local physicians from the Boulder Valley Care Network (www.mybvcn.org), in partnership with BVSD and Express Scripts, identified certain high quality drugs to reduce co-payments. Beginning July 1, 2011, for members on the Standard and Basic Plans, the co-pays for 33 prescription drugs will be $0.
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