CTC-RI is offering CME credits for select meetings, including asynchronous viewing of meeting recordings.
The AAFP has reviewed the following meetings and deemed them acceptable for AAFP credit. Videos of each meeting, along with materials, are listed below. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed credit, not as Category 1.
After watching the video and reviewing materials, CME credit can be requested via coinciding evaluation. Certificates are sent via email within 30 days. For questions, please contact email@example.com
May 10, 2023 Innovations in Weight Management| Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 3/10/24
Presenters: Angela Fitch, MD, FACP, Dipl.ABOL, Chief Medical Officer Knownwell, President Obesity Medicine Association | Stephen J. Kogut, PhD, MBA, RPh, Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, URI College of Pharmacy
December 9, 2022 Unconscious Bias in Healthcare and Understanding Psychological Safety | Presentation| Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 12/09/23
September 9, 2022 Uniconsious Bias in Health Care | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 09/09/23
June 10, 2022 Presentation • Recording | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 09/09/23
May 19, 2023 Investing in Communities | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 5/19/24
Presenters: Christine Sander, Senior Director, Infant & Child Wellness, Nationwide Children’s Hospital | Nick Jones, Director, Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
April 21, 2023 Improving Health Equity Through Demographic Data | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 4/21/24
Presenters: Amelia Bedri, MHSA, Senior Content Engineer, Product Management, NCQA | Natasha Viveiros, MS, Director, Site Operations & Special Projects & Andrew Saal, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, PCHC | Jay Buechner, Director of Quality Improvement, Neighborhood Health Plan RI
March 17, 2023 Building an Integrated Delivery System | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 3/17/23
Presenters: Scott Conard, MD, Converging Health
February 17, 2023 LAN Social Risk Adjustment & Perspectives/Sustainability of UniteUs | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 2/17/23
January 20, 2023 Approaches to Dementia Care| Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 1/20/23
December 16, 2022 Presentation • Recording - Supporting Primary Care Providers in Pregnancy Intent
November 18, 2022 Presentation • Recording - Next Generation Affordability Standards with OHIC
October 21, 2022 Presentation • Recording - PCP//Specialist Oversight & Review
September 16, 2022 Primary Care Capitation | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
Presenters: Moderator Peter Hollman, MD, Brown Medicine Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, Board President CTC-RI | Cory King, MPP, Chief of Staff at Rhode Island Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner | Ana Tuya-Fulton, MD, MBA, FACP, AGSF, Chief Population Health Officer & Executive Chief of Geriatrics & Palliative Care, Care New England. Chief Medical Officer, Integra Community Care | Marty Kerzer, DO, Prospect Medical | Hugo Yamada, MD, Charter Care Medical Associates, Lincoln | Andrea Galgay, MBA, Chief Operating Officer, RIPCPC | Matt Collins, MD, MBA, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, BCBSRI
Resources: Moving from Regressive toward Progressive Value Based Payment How to Excel at Access and Why It Matters
August19, 2022 Community Health Workers "How are Practices and Systems of Care Approaching Effective & Sustainable Deployment of CHWs in Primary Care" | Presentation | Evaluation & CME Credit | 1.5 Credit, End Date: 8/19/23
Presenters: Deborah Garneau, MA, Maternal & Child Health Director, RIDOH | Amy Katzen, MPP, JD, Director of Policy & Strategy, RI EOHHS | Marie Palumbo-Hayes, Vice President of Family Services of RI | Swannette Salazar, Certified Community Health Worker, Family Services of RI | Kinzel Thomas, Certified Community Health Worker, Family Services of RI | Nancy Silva, MBA, CCHW, Director of Health Initiatives, RIPIN | Sarah Lawrence, PhD, Director, Community Health Worker Association of RI
Resources: Barriers to SDoH Interventions
July 15, 2022 Presentation • Recording
June 17, 2022 Presentation • Recording
Age-Friendly Approaches to Dementia Care
The recorded didactic portion of our sessions will be available at the end of our series in June and posted on the RIGEC website (link here). You will be able to register to view the recordings and apply for .5 enduring CME/CNE credit for nursing and medicine. Enduring credit is not offered for social work. RIGEC will be uploading resources shared from each session onto the online “Box” folder here.
April 27, 2023: Safety Concerns When Caring for Someone with Dementia
May 11, 2023: Understanding and Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors
Funding for this program was provided by the Rhode Island Department of Health, Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center, and UnitedHealthcare.
Evaluation for all BH ECHO Sessions
May - Medication Management in Pediatrics | Presentation | Recording | Quick Reference | 0.5 - 1 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
April - CBT/Anxiety | Presentation | Recording | 0.5 - 1 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
March - School Avoidance | Presentation | Recording | 0.5 - 1 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
February - Navigating Schools to improve connections | Presentation | Recording | 0.5 - 1 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
January - Difficult Conversations (with emphasis on vaccine hesitancy) | Presentation | Recording | 0.5 - 1 Credit, End Date: 9/16/23
Funding for this program was provided by EOHHS and the Medicaid Pediatric Healthcare Recovery Program.
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.