A guiding principle of the PCMH-Kids initiative is that patient centered medical homes address the physical, developmental, behavioral, social, emotional, environmental, and oral health needs of children and youth.
In 2016, 126 primary care practices submitted Self Attestation Cost Management Reports to OHIC as part of qualifying criteria for patient centered sustainability payments. The Rhode Island 2017-2018 Care Transformation Plan Adapted by Health Insurance Commissioner Kathleen C.
Experienced Nurse Care Managers/Care Coordinators (NCM/CC) were invited to apply for NCM/CC faculty positions whose role will be to provide coaching support for new and experienced NCM/CC and assist them with developing skills in supporting patients/families that have complex care needs.
On March 10, 2017, CTC-RI hosted a learning opportunity at the Rhode Island Shiners Imperial Room as part of the quarterly series with a focus on practice innovation and building the medical neighborhood, including expanding services in advanced primary care, and addressing social determinants of health.
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.