The RI Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner (OHIC) has released proposed amendments to 230-RICR-20-30-4: Powers and Duties of the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner, which includes the Affordability Standards.
CTC-RI is pleased to introduce the newest members of our Board of Directors. Our new leaders bring a wide range of expertise and experience to our organization, representing skill and knowledge in pediatrics, pharmacy, behavioral health, LGBTQ+, healthy aging, community health, and more.
CTC-RI will host its March 10 quarterly Breakfast of Champions Meeting focusing on advancements in treatment in obesity, including new medications and community-based interventions. Panelists will include Angela Fitch, MD, FACP, FOMA and Stephen Kogut, Ph.D., M.B.A. Angela Fitch, MD, FACP, F
In April 2021, with funding from the RI Department of Health and Tufts Health Plan and technical support from the National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health, CTC-RI piloted a quality improvement initiative that focused on transitions of care from pediatric to adult practices.
CTC-RI hosted the Quarterly Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Committee Meeting in February, bringing together over 30 RI professionals in the field for a great discussion. Attendees from several practices across the state joined the conversation, as well as members of community based service organizations, and insurance providers.
Medicaid Pediatric Healthcare Recovery Program – Year 2 Update 75% of practices enrolled in the Medicaid Pediatric Healthcare Recovery Program met 3 out of 4 January immunization / lead screening targets or improvement targets. Practices that achieved this milestone should have received their payment by February 13.
As part of a collaboration between Prospect Health Services RI's Accountable Entity and CTC-RI, Dr. Nelly Burdette, Senior Integrated Behavioral Health Program Leader, presented a workshop in January to the clinical nurse care managers and behavioral health team. This presentation focused on how depression and anxiety intersect with common medical conditions.
Eighteen learners representing thirteen different practices from across the state completed the GLearn Nurse Care Manager Core Curriculum Training Program this month. Learners represented a wide range of experience levels; some learners were brand new to nurse care coordination while others had years of experience.
18 learners representing 13 different practices from across the state completed the GLearn Nurse Care Manager Core Curriculum Training Program this month. Learners represented a wide range of experience levels. Some learners were brand new to nurse care coordination while others had years of experience.
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.