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Archive of past updates and news items

 

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Other states continue to tap into CCNC's experience, innovations

Over of visit by OK legislator.

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Arkansas selects CCNC for medical home/care management program

CCNC wins bid to provide services to Arkansas PCMH program.

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CitiusTech and Community Care of North Carolina Sign Partnership

Partnership using BI platform to draw insights from data, improve cost-effectiveness of CCNC.

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NC HIE, DHHS Sign Data Use Agreement

First Step Toward Medicaid Reform, Greater Healthcare Transparency

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Dr. Dobson Testifies Before U.S. Senate

Testimony to Senate HELP subcommittee

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CCNC Posts Medicaid Reform Discussion

Presentation narrated by Mark Benton details CCNC's recommendations for Medicaid reform.

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CCNC, Passport Health Plan Form Alliance

A strategic alliance has been formed between Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) and Passport Health Plan, a Kentucky-based, non-profit health plan that manages care for Medicaid beneficiaries in Kentucky.

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"Small data" analytics launched

Real time analysis of select health care data helps identify "impactable" patients.

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Navigator Grants Awarded

Grant for insurance marketplace Navigators awarded to consortium of 11 organizations

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New Funding Announced to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse Statewide

News release on Project Lazarus Funding

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CCNC Receives Wellness Frontiers Award

Healthcare Leadership Council presents CCNC with award for prevention, cost-effectiveness

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Health Care Collaboration to Improve Care for North Carolina's Most Fragile Children

Three-year CMMI grant will allow CCNC, academic medical centers and tertiary centers to better serve high-risk children.

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NC-HIP launched by CCNC

NC-HIP is a web-based, geo-location application that provides new insights from public and private databases.

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CCNC, NCHIE Work Together to Improve Access to Health Data

CCNC to be the first Qualified Organization (QO) for the North Carolina Health Information Exchange.

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Chronic Pain Initiative Launched

CCNC kicks off statewide coalition working to improve pain treatment and reduce overdoses.

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