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In order to most effectively achieve the Quadruple Aim, all Rhode Islanders need access to strong and vibrant primary care that engages patients and families and contributes to community partnerships where they practice.
The CTC-RI Clinical Strategy Committee guided the development of a compilation of best practices that maximize success in Comprehensive Primary Care Capitation (CPCC) and Total Cost of Care (TCOC) models. This compilation includes a set of Common Standards that the group identified as “must have” and “nice to have” elements of an approach to CPCC and TCOC.
This work will support primary care providers and their systems of care as they expand their participation in these care delivery models as well as inform the work of the OHIC Payment and Care Delivery Advisory Committee.
Click here for the Adult Comprehensive Primary Care presentation or click here for the Pediatric Comprehensive Primary Care presentation.
Rhode Island ranks higher than all other states in terms of the number of physicians per capita that are practicing in NCQA-recognized patient-centered medical homes?
The patient-centered medical home is a new way to provide healthcare. It is a model that improves people's health and wellbeing by helping doctors proactively manage and coordinate care for their patients, increasing the use of preventive care and regular screenings, and supporting people with diabetes, depression, and other chronic diseases in new and innovative ways.
Click here to learn more about what a patient-centered medical home is.
Care Transformation Collaborative Rhode Island
The mission of the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island is to lead the transformation of primary care in Rhode Island in the context of an integrated health care system; and to improve the quality of care, the patient experience of care, the affordability of care, and the health of the populations we serve.