I stumbled upon this today and connected some dots… I had to say something.

*This* is why your pediatrician will drop your child as a patient if you choose to delay or selectively vaccinate (or not vaccinate at all).

*This* is why they will shrug off adverse effects and injuries from vaccines because they will still be able to receive $$$ for each child who is fully up to date by age 2, unless they have had a documented anaphylactic reaction to a vaccine.

For 2016, Blue Cross/Blue Shield will give your pediatrician $400 for each child who is up to date on vaccines by age 2. But they have to have 63% of their patients vaccinated (including flu vaccines!) or else they won’t receive the payout.

That adds up. How much? Well, on the lower end of the spectrum, a primary care physician or pediatrician can care for 500 patients. Let’s just say 100 of them will be turning 2 in 2016. If they can get 63% of those patients fully vaccinated, that adds up to $25,000.

When more and more parents are waking up to the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccines, this eats away at their “incentives”.

$25,000.
For just 63 children fully vaccinated by age 2.

http://thephysicianalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-BCN-BCBSM-Incentive-Program-Booklet.pdf

***EDIT. This booklet has been removed from the physician alliance website. Here is the archived record of its existence:

https://web.archive.org/web/20160705063350/http://thephysicianalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-BCN-BCBSM-Incentive-Program-Booklet.pdf

Thanks to Elliott Freed for posting the link above.