The Clinical Strategy Committee (CSC) is a working subcommittee of the CTC Board of Directors. CSC's purpose is to enhance the ability of CTC participating practices and related systems of care to achieve improved quality and reduced costs.
CTC has redesigned our practice secured portal! Upon successful login, practices can easily navigate the portal to either submit data, or view data displays, resource documents and announcements. Users can submit quality measures, high-risk reporting, and quarterly provider/care coordinator staff updates via links located in our "Data Input" section.
Thanks to the hard work involved in data collection from the CTC Community Health Teams, there is an article published in the most recent issue of Rhode Island Medical Journal on early findings. Please feel free to share!
CTC was highlighted in the "Getting to the Core Issues" RI Free Radio podcast series which focuses on innovators whose healthcare delivery models will transform the current healthcare system into one of high-value care and lower cost. In a three-part series, Debra Hurwitz, CTC Executive Director, focuses on physician practice and payment transformation from volume to the value of care.
The High-Value Care Coordination (HVCC) project is designed to help primary and specialty care practices implement changes around the referral system. Developed by the American College of Physicians (ACP) in collaboration with specialty and primary care practices and patient advocates, the HVCC training helps practices implement changes benefitting the specialist practice, referring clinicians,
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.