One of the practices enrolled in CCNC’s Practice Transformation Network, West Caldwell Health Council, was praised by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for its “exciting interventions [in] patient access to care, social determinants of health, and mental health.”
CPESN has partnered with the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) and Flip the Pharmacy (FTP) to help transform community-based pharmacies by moving beyond filling prescription at a moment in time, to caring for patients over time
CCPN and Blue Cross NC will provide primary care services to Medicaid beneficiaries under the state’s new Medicaid managed care system
A new brief by the Center for Health Care Strategies, "Opportunities to Advance Complex Care in Rural and Frontier Areas," details CCNC's efforts to coordinate care to better meet the needs of rural complex care patients and address geographic barriers in frontier communities
The overarching goal is to provide concise and targeted information and real-world examples of strategies to improve everyone’s readiness for value-based care and payment environments
Community Care of North Carolina is helping to meet that need
Change is coming fast—CCPN is here to help! Find information on getting ready to be a Tier 3 Advanced Medical Home & learn about the new practice tools CCPN is offering
I am pleased to announce a new executive structure to position CCNC to meet the demands of the changing health care environment, including the state’s move to Medicaid managed care in late 2019. CCNC’s new leadership structure supports our statewide infrastructure and long-standing relationships with physicians and care managers across NC.
CCNC’s behavioral health experts explore how North Carolina pediatricians can benefit from implementing the Collaborative Care Model, an evidence-based model of integrated care that combines both physical and mental health care in a primary care setting
CCNC’s Practice Transformation team, in partnership with CCNC’s Behavioral Health team, recently led a forum to enhance learning opportunities and leverage the knowledge, expertise, and unique needs of the 12 behavioral health organizations enrolled in its Practice Transformation Network
CCNC to begin sessions on chronic pain management & opioid safety March 6
In this month’s newsletter: CCNC holds guided learning collaborative for behavioral health agencies, excerpt from new whitepaper on the Collaborative Care Model, which pairs up pediatricians and behavioral health specialty providers to improve patient care and practice revenue, & more
The eyes of the nation are upon us, seeking to learn how we navigate this new world of commercial managed care while maintaining North Carolina’s enviable track record of quality, low cost care and an open door to access across rural and urban communities. We view Medicaid reform as an opportunity for CCNC to evolve and to continue playing a positive and constructive role in our state.
In this month’s newsletter: CCNC launches state-of-the-art care management platform, Tork Wade, executive vice president for business and provider partnerships, awarded for outstanding career in health, CCNC receives three-year case accreditation from NCQA, & more
CCNC's approach to quality has been recognized with highest level of accreditation
In this month’s newsletter: New collaboration with MediQuire on practice transformation, CCWNC leading initiative on transforming free clinics, CCNC & CCPN leaders speak at national conferences, & more
In this month’s newsletter: CCNC’s efforts to help North Carolinians in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, new legislation proposed by U.S. Senator Kamala Harris models CCNC’s Pregnancy Medical Home program, a visit from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) warrants praise for CCNC’s “outstanding” work, & more
If you or someone in your shelter needs medical assistance after Hurricane Florence, call our toll-free line at (877) 566-0943 to connect to CCNC's Outreach & Care Coordination team. They will assess your needs and connect you with appropriate local resources for medical care, behavioral health care, prescription drugs, and medical devices. There is no charge for our review and referral.
RFP recap, Taiwan delegates visit CCNC, Andrew Clendenin’s new VP role, Dr. Earls invited to D.C. to speak on pediatric behavioral health integration & more in this month’s newsletter
Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear's Jane Kinlaw, LPN, wrote an article on adverse childhood experiences featured in 'The News Reporter,' a Pulitzer Prize-winning media company in Whiteville, NC