Charge: Responsible for strategic direction and overall governance of the program.
(committee members and committee chairs only)
Board of Directors Resources
Charge: Identify and test clinical and financial strategies to improve quality and reduce cost.
(committee members only – by invitation)
CTC-Clinical Strategy Committee Materials
Charge: A subcommittee of the Board responsible for providing oversight of CTC’s engagement with the multi-payer Community Health Team initiative.
(Recommended attendees: those with content expertise in CHTs and addressing the needs of high-risk populations. The Committee will have co-chairs representing payer and provider perspectives. Desired representation on the committee includes payers, providers, patients and families; ACO’s, AE, and systems of care.)
Charge: To recommend CTC financial policies, goals, and budgets as well as review CTC’s financial performance against its goals and propose major transactions and programs to the Board of Directors.
*Health Plans may invite additional financial staff
Charge: Lead performance improvement, measure selection and harmonization; develop goals and benchmarks, evaluation, research, and liaison with the APCD. Serve as liaison to other committees.
(Recommended attendees: IT/HIT/data analysts)
Charge: To guide and drive the activities within the PCMH-Kids Initiative.
(Recommend attendees: Health plans and PCMH-Kids Practice Champions or designees)
Charge: Best practice sharing amongst CTC NCMs and Care Coordinators
(Recommended attendees: nurse care managers, care coordinators)
Charge: Quarterly meeting of CTC practice clinical champions and office leaders to focus on: best practice sharing, learning to strengthen team based care, and foster joy in work as critical components of advanced primary care/ PCMH transformation.
(Recommended attendees: clinical practice champions, practice leaders, and nurse care managers. Required for CTC-RI Participating Practice Staff.)
Charge: Lead the transformation of primary care in RI in the context of an integrated health care system.
(Recommended attendees: health plans, primary care and behavioral health providers, and key stakeholders)
Attendance at these meetings is required for practices participating in the Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative.
Practice Reporting Charge: Review practice data quarterly, perform data validation, public reporting via CTC-RI web portal, support quarterly performance improvement and data sharing meetings with practice staff, and assist with EMR/IT issues where possible. Serve as liaison to other committees.
Practice Transformation Charge: Support practice transformation through conferences; convene best practice learning collaborative sessions; support practice-based coaching and technical assistance; and support workforce development for PCMH.
(Recommended attendees: staff members (data and clinical) responsible for obtaining and using information for practice transformation)
Charge: Responsible for contract development, attribution, and looking at alternate payment models and PCMH as part of a delivery system as well as a common contract for PCMH Kids sustainability payments. Serve as liaison to other committees.
(Recommended attendees: health plans, provider champions and organization leadership)
Charge: Coordination of the CTC-RI Evaluation Process.
(Recommended attendees: staff interested in data and program evaluation)