April 2022

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“Healthy Tomorrows” March Meeting

  • 20 Apr 2022

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), in partnership with CTC-RI/PCMH Kids, successfully applied for a 5-year HRSA “Healthy Tomorrows” grant whose goal is to improve communication and care coordination between the Family Visiting (FV) Programs and Pediatric Primary Care Practices (PCMH Kids) with a specific focus on improving well-child care.

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Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health Meeting

  • 21 Apr 2022

Over the last 3 years, pediatric primary care practices have participated in a pilot program to integrate behavioral health services in primary care during which they collectively provided care for approximately 40,000 children and families (with over 50% of families insured by

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Teams Share Progress at Community Health Team Expansion Pilot Best Practice Sharing

  • 22 Apr 2022

Teams participating in the Community Health Team (CHT) Expansion Pilot came together in April to share successes and challenges so far in year 2 of their work focusing on patients with Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes (CVD/DM). The CHT Expansion Pilot seeks to impact outcomes for participating patients by providing training in CVD/DM for Community Health Workers in CHTs in order to increase

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Clinical Strategy Committee focuses on PCP/Specialist Collaboration, New Provider Orientation, and Medicaid Redetermination

  • 25 Apr 2022

The CTC-RI’s March Clinical Strategy Committee Meeting provided an update on system of care PCP/Specialist Collaboration progress using the AAMC CORE (Coordinating Optimal Referral/eConsult) approach. Steven Lampert, MD, MBA, President of Lifespan, Paul Larson, MD, MBA, Chief of Primary Care with Lifespan and John Minichiello, President Integra Community Care Network ACO, presented on their pro

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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.