TECCA Overview - CCNC

Data use by CCNC is governed by the Technology-Enabled Care Coordination Agreement ("TECCA")

  • The current TECCA (revised September 27, 2016) is available here
  • The current Participation Agreement (revised May 13, 2016) is available here.
NCCCN ProgramPurpose
Behavioral Health Enhanced Services Partnership Collaborative The Collaborative consists of Behavioral Health Care Participants, NCCCN, and CCNC Networks aligned together to improve the quality and integration of behavioral health and primary health care services through enhanced access to electronic Patient Information and other clinical support. Link to Program Description
Community Pharmacy Enhanced ServicesThe Program is part of a CCNC quality improvement initiative in partnership with Participants to improve the quality and coordination of health care services to mutual patients through enhanced access to electronic Patient Information and other clinical support provided under a dispensing pharmacy model in collaboration with CCNC Medical Homes and wrap around supports (e.g. care management team(s)) under CCNC’s direct oversight and in accordance with CCNC’s policies and procedures. CCNC will ensure that local care managers and other appropriate personnel are made available to Participant to provide guidance, training and other support as needed to achieve significant potential to achieve quality and cost improvements. Link to Program Description
CCNC Statewide Enhanced Primary Care Management Services Program (Medicaid 3 party)The purpose of this Program is to provide a statewide health care delivery system for Medicaid and Health Choice Enrollees including the location, coordination, monitoring, and accountability of health care services for enrolled Medicaid and Health Choice Beneficiaries. Participant’s duties and obligations are set forth in that certain Medicaid 3-party Agreement by and between Participant and NCCCN to which Participant is a party. Link to Program Description
CCNC First in Health (GSK)The purpose of this Program is to incorporate appropriate financial incentives to create a multi-payer coordinated care delivery system designed to increase the quality and efficiency of care for patient populations that are enrolled in the Program by private employer sponsored health plans. Participant’s duties and obligations are set forth in that certain First in Health Agreement to which Participant is a party. Link to Program Description
Fostering Health NC Collaborative CareThe Collaborative consists of County DSS Agencies, NCCCN, and CCNC Networks aligned together to create collaborative partnerships across systems to improve care provided to Medicaid beneficiaries in foster care. Link to Program Description
HealthNetThe purpose of this Program is to provide a statewide health care delivery system for HealthNet Enrollees including the location, coordination, monitoring, and accountability of health care services for enrolled HealthNet Beneficiaries. Link to Program Description

Link to Joinder to Data Use Agreement

Heart Health NOWThe Heart Health NOW Advancing Heart Health in NC Primary Care (“Project”) is project of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to accelerate the dissemination and implementation of patient-centered outcomes research findings into primary care for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD). The Project will implement interventions aimed at helping small and medium-sized primary care practices build their capacity to consistently use evidence-based strategies for CVD prevention with at-risk patients and test the effectiveness of practice facilitation as a quality improvement strategy to help primary care practices adopt best practices. Link to Program Description

Link to Data Use Agreement

CC4CThe purpose of this Program is to collaborate with local care management entities to provide care management services to the Medicaid population under a care coordination for children (“CC4C”) initiative to positively impact the quality and cost of health care for Medicaid beneficiaries between the ages of 0 and 5. Participant’s duties and obligations are set forth in that certain Interim Contract to Participate in Care Coordination for Children Service Agreement.to which Participant is a party. Link to Program Description
OBCMThe purpose of this Program is to collaborate with local care management entities to deliver care management services to the Medicaid population under a pregnancy care management (“OBCM”) initiative to positively impact the quality and cost of health care for pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries. Participant’s duties and obligations are set forth in that certain Interim Contract to Participate in Pregnancy Care Management Service Agreement to which Participant is a party. Link to Program Description
PMHThe purpose of this Program is to collaborate with health care providers organized for the delivery of maternity care and who have entered into a written agreement with Participant to collaborate in the development and implementation of a pregnancy medical home (“PMH”) initiative that will positively impact the quality and cost of health care for pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries. Participant’s duties and obligations are set forth in that certain Agreement between the Community Care of North Carolina Network’s Administrative Entity and Providers Participating in the Network as a Pregnancy Medical Home” to which Participant is a party. Link to Program Description
PTNThe CCNC Practice Transformation Network (PTN) is a component of the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) through the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Innovations (CMMI) at US Health and Human Services. The TCPI is an effort to help equip clinicians with the tools and support needed to improve quality of care, increase patients’ access to information, and reduce costs. Link to Program Description
Sickle Cell Disease The purpose of this Program is to develop and sustain a collaboration among NCCCN, CCNC Networks, community-based organizations (hereinafter “CBO”), hospitals, specialists and DHHS to improve the quality of care and to reduce the cost of care to adults and children in North Carolina living with sickle cell disease. Link to Program Description