RI families and the healthcare system have faced enormous stressors during the past two years. Through collaboration and problem solving, we’re helping primary care practices strengthen their capacity to improve health in RI.
We just released our 2021 Annual Report, which offers a look at how the Care Transformation Collaborative of RI (CTC-RI) and PCMH Kids (a division of CTC-RI) stepped up to support primary care practices as they adjusted to caring for patients and families amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
CTC-RI and PCMH Kids have leaned on our strong collaboration with the health plans, practices, systems of care, OHIC and EOHHS to help practices:
Now that we’re all learning to live with COVID-19, CTC-RI and PCMH Kids have shifted our focus to activities that can help practices weather storms more effectively. We’re helping practices to integrate behavior health into primary care, strengthen our workforce by including community health workers on the care team, and implement evidence-based practices to support children, families and communities.
Thank you to our dedicated health care professionals. Your tireless and steadfast work has made a real difference in the lives of Rhode Islanders. Together, we are building a future focused on sustainable primary care practices that support our neighbors and communities.
2021 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report
2020 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report
2019 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report
2016-2017 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report (PDF) (Digital Reader)
2015 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report
2014 Care Transformation Collaborative Annual Report
2013 Rhode Island Chronic Care Sustainability Initiative Annual Report
2012 Rhode Island Chronic Care Sustainability Initiative Annual Report
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.