• RI PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE
    RELIEF PROGRAM
  • CTC-RI in the News
    See articles in The Providence Journal and Providence Business News
    about The RI Diabetes Health Equity Challenge
  • PRESS RELEASE – 2020
    DIABETES HEALTH EQUITY CHALLENGE
  • COVID-19 RESOURCE LINKS
  • Accepting Applications for the
    Fall IBH Practice Facilitation
    Online Training Session
  • CTC 2019 ANNUAL REPORT
    AVAILABLE
    2019 Annual Report: Improving Population Health Through
    Comprehensive Primary Care

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Rhode Island Pediatric Primary Care Relief Program

The Pediatric Primary Care Relief Program is providing payments to Rhode Island (Non-FQHC) practices (pediatric and family medicine) that provide primary care services to children.  Important information to know:

  • Completed applications are  due by July 16, 2020 by 5PM EST
  • To complete this application, you will need:
    • The practice's Tax Identification Number (TIN)
    • The practice's National Provider Identifier (NPI). Also, referred to as Type 2 NPI or Group NPI.
    • The practice's D-U-N-S (Data Universal Numbering System, or DUNS) number. If a practice does not have a DUNS number, one must be obtained prior to application. The practice can obtain one for free at this link https://www.dnb.com/duns-number/get-a-duns.html. The site says that it may take 1-2 weeks to obtain a number, but it may only take 1-2 days, perhaps less. Please take this into account in the timing of your application as there is only a 2 week window. Please contact us as soon as possible if you have difficulties with this extra step, as we might need to advocate for a work around or extension.
    • The names and National Provider Identifier (NPI) numbers for each clinician with credentials MD, DO, NP, or PA who manages a patient panel at the practice site.
    • The number of active patients as of May 31, 2020 who are children under the age of 18. Active patients are defined as those patients who have been served by the practice over the last two years: June 1, 2018 - May 31, 2020.
    • Bank account information for electronic funds transfer
    • Completed IRS Form W-9 if the practice is not enrolled in the Medicaid Fee-for-Service Program. This form must be emailed to EOHHS at OHHS.PediRelief@ohhs.ri.gov.
    • Completed Immunization Quality Improvement Plan
  • For the Immunization Quality Improvement Plan, applicants must submit a brief narrative (no more than 3 pages) describing the actions the practice is currently taking or planning to take to address the decline in immunization rates and catch their patients up with immunization schedules. Appropriate activities may include: participation in a state sponsored immunization learning collaborative, ACO or system of care led initiatives, or partnerships with community-based organizations or institutions.

At no cost to you, CTC is providing a state sponsored immunization learning collaborative to assist practices with their Immunization Quality Improvement efforts. This learning collaborative will include services, such as practice facilitation and best practice sharing and is made possible through the generous support of BCBSRI. Those practices interested in participating in CTC’s Immunization learning collaborative, should 1) include this information in your Immunization Quality Improvement Plan; 2) complete this form. In addition, CTC has developed a Pediatric Immunization Resource Guide to assist practices.

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Did you know...

Rhode Island ranks higher than all other states in terms of the number of physicians per capita that are practicing in NCQA-recognized patient-centered medical homes?

 

What is a patient-centered medical home?

The patient-centered medical home is a new way to provide healthcare. It is a model that improves people's health and wellbeing by helping doctors proactively manage and coordinate care for their patients, increasing the use of preventive care and regular screenings, and supporting people with diabetes, depression, and other chronic diseases in new and innovative ways.

Click here to learn more about what a patient-centered medical home is.

Haga clic aquí para aprender más de una "casa médica concentrada en el paciente."

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Our Mission

The mission of the Care Transformation Collaborative 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.