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November 2019

Topic: TBD

Monthly NCM Best Practice Sharing meeting.

(Recommended attendees: nurse care managers; care coordinators from PCMH Kids practices)

 

SBIRT/CHT Executive Committee Nov 21 2019 - 3:00pm

New meeting series for 2019 for Executive Team meetings.  Please note date change from the 3rd Wed of the month to the 3rd Thurs of the month due to conference room availability.

 

Call-in info:  888-895-6448      conference code: 2479635

Adding PCMH Kids Cohort 3…

Please note, you are receiving this meeting as part of an updated 2019-2020 series

Contact Candice Brown at cbrown@ctc-ri.org  or 401-519-3919 if you have any questions.

Thank you.

 

Important:

At the request of RIQI and the building management, we have been asked to park in the garage as described on the attached document.

 

To join the zoom meeting: https://ctc-ri.zoom.us/j/392074600

To join the conference call: +1 646 876 9923    Meeting ID: 392 074 600

September 12 Integrated Behavioral Health Committee Meeting to Focus on Behavioral Health Telemedicine

  • 29 Aug 2019

The IBH Committee meeting is on September 12 at Rhode Island Quality Institute (50 Holden Street, Providence) from 7:30-9:00am, and will focus on behavioral health telemedicine. CODAC and Thundermist Health Center will provide information on their pilot telemedicine medication-assisted treatment program and health plans will report on their behavioral health telemedicine policies.

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URI: Geriatric Workforce program at URI aims to improve elder health care

  • 29 Aug 2019

A University of Rhode Island professor has been awarded a $3.75 million federal grant to improve health services for older adults. With the grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, College of Health Sciences Professor Phillip Clark is leading a team of health care professionals in a statewide initiative to develop an age- and dementia-friendly workforce to integrate

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Milbank Memorial Fund: Primary Care, Not Palaces

  • 29 Aug 2019

A new Milbank Memorial Fund-supported study from the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative and the Robert Graham Center estimates 5.6% of health care expenses in the US goes to primary care. This is dwarfed by shares absorbed by hospitals, other physicians, and pharmaceuticals-and by the roughly 14% of total health care spending OECD countries devote to primary care.

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Job Opening: SUD MH Nurse Care Manager

  • 29 Aug 2019

The SUD MH Nurse Care Manager is the primary leader and manager of the medication assisted treatment activities at Tri-County CAA Health Center, working with patients diagnosed with an Opioid Use Disorder on their treatment and care plans.

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