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June 1 2016

CCNC's monthly newsletter

March 8 2016

CCCNC awarded the $100,000 Hearst Health Prize in Partnership with the Jefferson College of Population Health

February 11 2016

Press release on Hearst Health finalist recognition in which CCNC was named one of three finalists among 125 total applicants

December 1 2015

CCNC's monthly newsletter

November 5 2015

Read the entire article, “Conflicting Readmission Rate Trends in a High-Risk Population: Implications for Performance Measurement,” here

September 25 2015

Grant will support large-scale healthcare transformation among clinician practices

September 1 2015

CCNC's monthly newsletter

September 1 2015

CCNC's monthly newsletter

September 1 2015

Program connects patients in ED with primary care help, medications

August 26 2015

Highly targeted management of Medicaid patients with multiple chronic conditions cuts rates of inpatient care

August 20 2015

Statement on the State Auditor's report, released 8/20/2015, which found 3-to-1 returns to the state on CCNC's costs

August 11 2015

Nine of ten primary care practices across the state participate in North Carolina Community Care Networks

July 1 2015

CCNC's monthly newsletter

June 2 2015

Report by RTI shows savings for various populations under management by NCCCN

June 1 2015

CCNC's monthly newsletter

April 24 2015

CCNC's President & CEO was invited to speak at Appalachian State University and East Carolina University

April 22 2015

Family physician-led, team-based primary care improves both quality of patient care, patient outcomes, and helps prevent over utilization of scarce health care resources - especially in rural N.C., says Kim Thrasher, MD from CCLCF

April 20 2015

The 'American Journal of Managed Care' (AJMC) published an article mentioning a recently published CCNC story about the timeliness of follow up for high-risk patients