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Network Update 75: 10/27/2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
In the News
Award Winners. CCNC Healthcare Quality Award recipient Dr. Stephen Hsieh was mentioned in The Lexington Dispatch; Kathy Poling, Sherry Dills and Hot Springs Health Program were highlighted in the Asheville Citizen-Times; and the Wilmington Star-News spotlighted Wilmington Health Pediatrics, Columbus Pediatrics and Adolescent Care and Batish Family Medicine.
NC Medicaid. Medicaid-related news coverage can be found here.
NCTracks. The NCTracks team is offering an in-person Provider Help Center on Wednesday, Oct. 29, from 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. at CSC, 2610 Wycliff Road in Raleigh. NCTracks staff will be available to assist registered NC providers with questions or concerns regarding NCTracks. Providers are advised to bring specific examples of issues, such as screen shots, NPI numbers, TCNs (claim numbers), denial codes, etc., so the NCTracks team will be able to provide more help. Providers will be assisted on a first-come, first-served basis, but registration for either the morning or afternoon session is required and limited to 45 providers per session.
Register for the Provider Help Center in SkillPort, the NCTracks Learning Management System. (Refer to the Provider Training page of the DHHS public Provider Portal for specific instructions on how to use SkillPort.)
One Community in Recovery. The 6th Annual NC "One Community in Recovery" Conference will be held Nov. 12-14 at the Village Inn and Conference Center in Clemmons, NC. Online registration and an informational brochure can be found here.
MINT. Drs. Chip Watkins and Elizabeth Graves-Watkins recently became members of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers) after attending the MINT TNT (Training New Trainers) conference and workshops in Atlanta. The distinction is available to only 120 people a year world-wide and is the result of a rigorous application and training process. Here they are pictured with founder Bill Miller. Kudos!