The people behind Community Care — and how we are improving health services in our state
A community-based infrastructure to target patients and populations in need
Access to data to drive our success
Programs to anticipate and address specific patient needs
New demonstrations, pilots and programs
Materials to support providers
Network Update 65: 05/30/2014
Monday, June 2, 2014
In the News
CitiusTech Partnership. On May 20, CCNC announced its partnership with CitiusTech, Inc., a leading provider of healthcare technology solutions. Under the agreement, CitiusTech’s BI-Clinical platform for healthcare business intelligence (BI) and analytics will be leveraged to support community-based care provided in the Community Care program. Read the press release for more information.
Board of Directors. CCNC, Inc. appointed Dr. Henry Hawthorne and Lydia Newman to its Board of Directors. Read the full announcement in the Wilmington Business Journal.
Well Check Visits. Haywood County ranks as one of the top five counties in the state with 83.9% of its children enrolled in Medicaid meeting the goal of six well checkups within the first 15 months of life. Kudos! Read the full story in The Mountaineer.
CCPEC. The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office is the first law enforcement agency in NC to equip its patrol cars with Naloxone, a substance that counteracts the effects of drug overdoses for heroin and other opioids. More than 145 patrol officers, investigators and school resource officers received an hour of training on using Naloxone, thanks in part to a partnership that includes Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina. Read the full story in the News & Observer.