Throughout the day, CMS shared ways that CPC practices have contributed valuable insights that have informed innovation projects from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, including the recently announced CPC+. There was tremendous excitement about CPC+, which may include up to 20 regions and 5,000 practices. This represents a significant expansion of the initial CPC program, which currently includes seven regions and 500 practices. CPC+ will launch in 2017, and with its highest investment in primary care to date, CMS is reinforcing the importance of primary care. The day also included insightful discussions around MACRA, (Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act), which creates The Quality Payment Program and drives the healthcare delivery system toward value-based care in a coordinated, efficient way. CMS is encouraging stakeholders to read the proposed rule and comment by the June 27, 2016 deadline. Practices may be particularly interested in pages 476-502, which discuss Medical Home Models and Advanced Alternative Payments Models.