Practices Selected to Participate in Demographic Data Collection Project

  • 11 Aug 2023

Congratulations to the primary care practices selected to participate in our project aimed at improving how patient race and ethnicity information is collected and used to identify and address health inequities. The project, funded by RIDOH, EOHHS and CDC, asks practices to evaluate current processes for collecting race and ethnicity information, and survey patients to hear about their experience providing their information to their health care provider. 

Practices will also participate in a six-session webinar series that will provide valuable information on why demographic information is important to providing quality health care services, best practices for obtaining information from patients in a sensitive way, and tools and resources that practices can use to train their staff and educate patients. Congratulations to the following practices selected to participate! CTC-RI looks forward to working with you on this important project:

Concilio Pediatrics

East Bay Community Action Program

The Center for Primary and Specialty Care

The Miriam Hospital Medical Clinic

University Internal Medicine

RIPCPC-Atlantic Pediatrics

RIPCPC-Children First Pediatrics

RIPCPC – East Bay Pediatrics

RIPCPC – Family Doctors Group, PC

RIPCPC – Jamiel Ambrad, MD

RIPCPC – Olga Tverskaya, MD

RIPCPC – Richard Ohnmacht, MD

RIPCPC - Smithfield Pediatrics

RIPCPC – Snow Family Medicine

 RIPCPC – Your Health