The groups on Wednesday will sign the voluntary agreement, which was brokered by two state lawmakers.
The agreement focuses on the use of patient-centered medical homes, which have been shown to provide better-coordinated and more efficient care for patients with a lot of needs.
The state began a pilot program after passing bill in 2009 by state Sen. Mike Gloor of Grand Island. Last year, state Sen. John Wightman of Lexington introduced a measure to require insurance companies to pay physicians for patient-centered medical home services.
The senators say Wightman’s bill prompted a year-long effort to set up rules between physicians and insurers.