August 2020

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CareerMD Hosting Aug. 6 Online Career Fair for Students in Health Profession Programs

  • 03 Aug 2020

On August 6, CareerMD is hosting an online career fair for students in health professions programs throughout Rhode Island. There is no cost to participate for practices and organizations interested in participating by submitting an employer profile and job vacancies. Candidates who visit your online booth and have an interest in your organization will contact you directly via email.

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Improving Pediatric Immunization and Lead Screening

  • 03 Aug 2020

CTC-RI/PCMH Kids formed an immunization planning committee including practice facilitators, KIDSNET, RIDOH (immunization improvement and lead screening), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of RI, and systems of care practice facilitators to develop an action plan for improving pediatric immunization and lead screening rates in Rhode Island.

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Video Spotlights Work of Community Health Teams

  • 03 Aug 2020

CTC-RI Community Health Teams (CHTs) make a great impact on the patients they serve. The client stories we hear when our teams collaborate monthly solidify how committed our CHTs are to helping Rhode Islanders live stable, healthy lives. CHTs are an important piece of an enhanced and integrated primary care system for RI.

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PCMH-Kids Co-Chair Dr. Lange Featured in Governor's Weekly Education Forum

  • 03 Aug 2020

As the state looks toward reopening schools, Rhode Island is putting public health first and relying on facts and science to make the best decisions for the mental, physical, and intellectual needs of students. Students benefit enormously from in-person learning, and it's important the state can make school happen in-person safely.

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CTC-RI Releases Policy Report on Reorienting Health Care Delivery Post-Pandemic in Response to Request by State Leaders

  • 03 Aug 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated existing weaknesses in Rhode Island's primary care system, like the failure of the fee-for-service payment system, Medicaid reimbursement inadequacies, and the need for greater community-clinical system collaboration and linkages. Weaknesses in our system greatly impact Rhode Islanders' health and well-being. 

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August 2020 CTC-RI Clinical Strategy Committee Meeting

  • 25 Aug 2020

CTC-RI Clinical Strategy Committee – The committee met on August 21 to discuss CSC-endorsed projects and to review 2 UnitedHealthcare (UHC) tools. Susanne Campbell, CTC-RI Senior Project Director shared updates on the Pediatric Immunization Improvement Project building on BCBSRI-funded project and the Telemedicine Collaborative building on UHC-funded project.

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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.