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Take the RI Health Equity Challenge: Opportunity to Address Systemic Inequities to Improve Health for People with Diabetes, and At-Risk for Adverse Outcomes from COVID-19

  • 27 Mar 2020

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), in partnership with CTC-RI, will be offering a five-month learning collaborative whose aim will be to build clinical-community linkages across primary care clinics and Health Equity Zones (CBOs) to improve population health for people with diabetes who have significant equity challenges, and who are at higher-risk for COVID-19. 

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CTC-RI Board of Directors Addresses Connection between Health and Housing

  • 26 Mar 2020

At the February 2020 CTC-RI Board of Directors meeting, there were a number of presentations around the vital role that access to safe, stable, and affordable housing plays in ensuring good health for children and families. Of the many social determinants of health, housing stability is among the most basic and influential.

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Coronavirus Disease Update for CTC-RI/PCMH Kids Partners

  • 13 Mar 2020

In recognition of the importance of national COVID-19 containment efforts, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, CTC-RI/PCMH Kids will convert all meetings to virtual Zoom video conferencing meetings. This will be CTC-RI's policy for the next 4 weeks. We then will reevaluate in consultation with the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) guidance.

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CTC-RI/PCMH Kids 2020 Clinician Well-Being Survey Results

  • 12 Mar 2020

CTC-RI and PCMH Kids programs recognize the importance of clinician and care team well-being. We deployed a Clinician Well-Being Survey for the 3rd consecutive year to help inform our collective efforts to improve provider burnout. We continue to collaborate with the Primary Care Physician Advisory Committee of the RI Department of Health to address burnout.

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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.