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Upcoming Clinical Strategy Committee meetings

  • 09 May 2024

Our upcoming Clinical Strategy Committee meetings are bringing together partners from the state, clinical leadership, and community partners to discuss important updates regarding primary care spend, RI health and business trends, behavioral health updates, and updated payment policies. On Friday May 17, we will be hearing about new clinical research opportunities from Neil Sarkar, President an

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Healthy Happy Teams Presents at Board of Directors Meeting

  • 09 May 2024

At our April Board of Directors meeting, CTC-RI reviewed the recently completed project, “Healthy Happy Teams”. This was presented by Dr. Nelly Burdette, CTC-RI Senior Integrated Behavioral Health Program Leader and Boston Medical Center Director of Population Behavioral Health.

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CTC Seeks Support for Primary Care Workforce Legislation

  • 08 May 2024

The struggle to find a primary care provider or pediatrician in Rhode Island continues to worsen as providers leave practice in record numbers.  Rhode Islanders have nowhere to go to get care.  CTC-RI and the Rhode Ahead Initiatives are two public/private partnerships that have been working to address the crisis in access to primary care and the lack of culturally appropriate and linguistically

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Monthly CBO Spotlight: Family Service of Rhode Island

  • 01 May 2024

Our primary care transformation efforts often include the support and partnership of community-based organizations (CBOs) statewide. CTC-RI is spotlighting a different CBO each month to recognize and appreciate their work in our communities.

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Clinical Strategy Committee Meetings

  • 18 Apr 2024

The April Clinical Strategy Committee meeting focused on approaches to comprehensive primary care and high-risk care management under prepayment and global risk. This presentation was moderated by Pano Yeracaris, MD, MPH, CTC-RI Chief Clinical Strategist.

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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.