Check out the article, “Community Care of North Carolina – A Statewide Initiative for Innovative Pharmacy Practice with a Behavioral Health Focus,” here
Group seeks holistic, coordinated approach to patient care
Time Warner interviews Dr. Betsey Tilson (former Medical Director at Community Care of Wake & Johnston Counties) about Enterovirus prevention
The Public Health Division of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) today announced that North Carolina's Infant Mortality Rate for 2013 was 7.0 per 1,000 live births, tying 2010 as the lowest Infant Morality Rate in NC's history
CCNC shows $382 million -- or 15% -- in savings for "super utilizers" enrolled in coordinated care programs. "Super utilizers" are 1% of the population who account for 22% of health care spending, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Tom Wroth, executive vice president and chief medical officer at CCNC, interviewed by Time Warner Cable's In Depth news program on the subject of Population Health
Troy Trygstad co-moderated two expert panels at an Industry Insights Breakfast Roundtable following the 2014 Next-Generation Pharmacist™ Awards that discussed how community pharmacists are well-positioned for the new value-driven model of health care
John Poonen, vice president of product management at CCNC, discussed speeding up analytics in healthcare using data virtualization at the TDWI Executive Summit in Boston
Project Lazarus and Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear's Medical Director, Dr. Robert Rich, featured in the American Academy of Family Physicians' recent newsletter
Overview of visit by Oklahoma legislator
Earlier this month, AccessCare and Community Health Partners took part in the Appalachian Care Medical Mission, which provided the public with free primary medical care, dentistry, optometry, and behavioral health services, as well as classes on nutrition, smoking cessation, stress reduction, and healthy/fit lifestyles
CCNC, the nonprofit group that helps manage the Medicaid population in North Carolina, was selected to implement the program in Arkansas
CCNC has been selected by the Arkansas Department of Human Services/Division of Medical Services from among bidders seeking to provide care coordination support and population health services for the State of Arkansas
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.
Dr. Chip Watkins spoke and participated in a panel discussion as part of the White House Rural Council’s Opportunities for Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health Care Meeting in Washington, D.C.
The May/June 2014 issue of the NC Medical Journal features contributions from CCNC Central Office and Network staff
Agreement to drive improvement in data analytics using BI platform, improve cost-effectiveness of CCNC