January 2020

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Call for Applications: Pharmacy Quality Improvement Initiative

  • 15 Jan 2020

The Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island (CTC-RI) and RI Department of Health (RIDOH) in collaboration with faculty from University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy is pleased to offer primary care practices working within systems of care (SOC) the opportunity to apply for funding to join a pharmacy quality improvement initiative, which has been funded by UnitedHealthcare.

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Join the RI Geriatrics ECHO Educational Program

  • 15 Jan 2020

The RI Geriatrics ECHO Educational Program (RI-G ECHO) is a free, practical, case-based tele-education series for health care providers. The program includes content related to caregiver support, goals of care conversations, polypharmacy and medication management, fall risk reduction, community resources, and screening for dementia.


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CTC-RI and PCMH Kids Clinician Well-Being Survey 2020

  • 24 Jan 2020

CTC and PCMH-Kids programs recognize the importance of clinician (and care team) well-being. We continue to work with the Primary Care Physician Advisory Committee of the RI Department of Health and other stakeholders to help develop solutions which will improve provider well-being.

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Practice Reporting and Transformation Committee Update

  • 29 Jan 2020

Adult Practices (Cohort 5) and PCMH Kids (Cohort 2) reported out on 4th quarter clinical quality performance and PCMH Kids (Cohort 2) additionally reported out on NCM/CC engagement with at-risk patients/families. Practices are encouraged to review their most recent clinical reports to determine if performance meets performance targets either by Method 1 (meets target) or by Method 2 (improvemen

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Our Mission

The mission of CTC-RI is to support the continuing transformation of primary care in Rhode Island as the foundation of an ever-improving integrated, accessible, affordable, and equitable health care system.  CTC-RI brings together critical stakeholders to implement, evaluate and spread effective multi-payer models to deliver, pay for and sustain high-quality, comprehensive, accountable primary care.