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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.



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

PCMH-Kids: Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative

  • 09 Jul 2019

On May 30th, the American Academy of Pediatrics RI Chapter hosted the final meeting for the PCMH Kids Adolescent Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Learning Collaborative at the Warren Alpert Medical School. This learning collaborative would not have been possible without the support and funding from Tufts Health Plan and the AAP Healthy Children Grant. Drs.

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CTC-RI Board of Directors Approves 9 Practice Sites for Pediatric IBH Primary Care Program Funded by Rhode Island Foundation

  • 05 Jul 2019

The CTC-RI Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has approved 9 pediatric primary care practice sites to participate in the Pediatric IBH primary care program. This IBH expansion, funded by Rhode Island Foundation, Tufts Health Plan and UnitedHealthcare, serves ~40,000 kids and an average Medicaid population of 52% with some sites as high as 80-90% Medicaid.

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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.