CPAR

The Central Patient Attachment Registry (CPAR) is a provincial system that captures the confirmed relationship between a primary provider and their paneled patients, as well as the formal affiliations between patients and a Clinical Alternative Relationship Program.      

Definitions

Affiliation - The two-way, voluntary relationship between a patient and a Program, for the purpose of determining the capitation payment element for the model’s compensation structure.

Attachment - An attachment is the expression of a continuous and longitudinal relationship between patients and their primary provider(s).

Panel – The set of patients attached to a specific primary provider

Primary Provider - The provider(s) mainly responsible for providing comprehensive primary health care longitudinally over time to a panel of patients.

Program - Delivery of Program services by a participating physician practicing in a team-based environment to a target patient population funded through an Alternative Relationship Plan.

Roster - The set of all patients affiliated to a given Program, in accordance with applicable business rules.