Public meeting information and materials are available via the links below.
As part of its cost containment efforts and in fulfillment of the goals of Chapter 224, the HPC continually publishes reports, briefs, articles, and other research.
HPC’s final regulations and guidance as well as any currently proposed regulations and notices of public comment are listed below.
HPC staff and commissioners work together to monitor the performance of the health care system, including system transformation in the Commonwealth and cost drivers therein.
The HPC’s certification programs set standards for Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) and Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) in order to promote the adoption of new delivery system models in the Commonwealth.
Since 2014, the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) has invested over $75 million in various health care organizations across the Commonwealth to enhance the delivery of effective, efficient care and promote innovative care delivery models.