Launched in 2008 by the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner, the Rhode Island Chronic Care Sustainability Initiative (CSI-RI), now called the Care Transformation Collaborative of of Rhode Island (CTC-RI), brings together key health care stakeholders to promote care for patients with chronic illnesses through the patient-centered medical some (PCMH) model.
CTC-RI began with five pilot sites in 2008, and has grown to 73 adult and 9 pediatric practice sites. Currently, over 330,000 Rhode Islanders receive their care from CTC-RI practices. Over the next four years, up to 20 practices will be added each year, with the goal of providing over 500,000 Rhode Islanders with access to a PCMH.
CTC-RI and PCMH-Kids are expanding to an additional 28 practices (18 adult and 10 pediatric) in July of 2017. Click here for more information.
Click here for a current list of CTC practices (as of April, 2016)