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Thank You to Our Board of Directors

  • 08 Nov 2023

The October CTC-RI Board of Directors annual meeting was significant in that not only was it our first hybrid meeting post-Covid, but we continue to maintain the legacy of our outstanding Board.

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CTC-RI provides recommendations to OHIC for improving prior authorization process

  • 06 Nov 2023

The CTC-RI Prior Authorization Committee submitted its final recommendations report to OHIC for consideration as it reconvenes its Administrative Simplification Committee. The report is a culmination of months of work by committee members who represent health insurance companies, pharmacists, and health care organizations from across Rhode Island. The six recommendations are:

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Demographic Data Collection Pilot kicks off train-the-trainer webinar series

  • 06 Nov 2023

The first of six train-the-trainer educational webinars on demographic data collection was held in October. Christin Zollicoffer, Vice President, Chief Belonging & Equity Officer at Lifespan educated the trainers from the 15 participating practices on systemic racism, racism in medicine and threat response.  The presentation provided participants with detailed historical timelines of racism

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DULCE* Learning Collaborative welcomes three new practices and two continuation practices

  • 23 Oct 2023

We're thrilled to kick off the second year of the DULCE Learning Collaborative which provides practices with an innovation approach that proactively addresses health-related social needs, promotes the healthy development of infants, and provides support to their parents/caregivers during the critical first six months of life. This year, our collaborative expands with the participation of two re

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Our Mission

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.