Community-based approach to chronic pain receives $2.6M in support from the State of North Carolina and the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
Healthcare Coalition, U.S. Senator Richard Burr recognize CCNC’s innovative approach to improving quality and restraining costs
An article by CCNC’s Jonathan Fischer, MD on integrating palliative care information and hospice referral in primary care for the Medicaid population has been published in the April 2013 issue of the 'Journal of Palliative Medicine'
The 2013 January/February issue of 'American Health & Drug Benefits' discusses medical homes and CCNC’s role in North Carolina
Erin Greene and Dr. Craig Hummel believe that “access of care” and “management of resources” are the most pressing mental health issues
An article in the online publication of the American Academy of Family Practice calls CCNC “one of the most potent examples of how a primary care-based delivery model can restrain growth in health care costs and improve care.”
Three-year CMMI grant will allow CCNC, academic medical centers, and tertiary centers to improve care of children with complex health issues