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March 17 2020

CCNC and NC AHEC are working together with N.C. DHHS to help North Carolina’s healthcare providers address the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic

March 3 2020

CCNC wants to support providers in this difficult time. We will be monitoring COVID-19 developments closely and sharing information and workflow guidance with healthcare providers as quickly as we can. On this page you will find general and specific COVID-19 information, including coding suggestions for healthcare providers serving Medicaid beneficiaries.

February 4 2020

A newly published data brief by CCNC argues that effective targeting of patients can in fact significantly impact health trajectories, reducing both costs and reliance on emergency rooms and inpatient care

January 15 2020

Dr. Bill Stewart elected as new chair of CCNC Board of Directors, succeeding Chuck Frock who will now serve as vice chair. Dr. Allen Dobson steps down as CCNC’s President but remains CEO; will focus on special business and strategic initiatives until he retires in June 2020. Dr. Tom Wroth promoted to CCNC’s President.

January 10 2020

In 2020, CCNC's Regional Medical Directors will assist practices as they work to identify opportunities and develop plans to reach quality improvement goals

December 1 2019

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November 25 2019

Gist Healthcare Daily, a health policy and business news podcast, recently interviewed CCNC President & CEO Allen Dobson, MD on how CCNC and CCPN help independent primary care doctors band together

November 12 2019

CCNC is proud to have partnered with PQP in this outstanding effort

November 7 2019

CCNC continues to effectively manage cost and utilization for enrolled Medicaid populations through care management and a strong primary care base, CCNC’s Annual Quality Report for SFY 2019 finds

November 5 2019

Joined by industry leaders from across the nation, Wroth and his colleagues evaluated advanced primary care practices with proven results, discussed strategies to strengthen primary care, and advocated for payment and delivery reforms

November 3 2019

In a recent webinar, Dr. Carlos Jackson, PhD, chief data & analytics officer at CCNC, presented to Rhode Island Accountable Entities and managed care organizations, explaining CCNC’s approach to Impactability™ and the evidence for its success

October 30 2019

CCNC’s Pregnancy Medical Home model has shown lower rates of low-birth weight babies, a decrease in the amount of C-section deliveries, and an increase in rural access to obstetrical care for program participants in North Carolina

October 28 2019

CCNC helped pioneer the PeCP, a platform for pharmacists to improve care coordination even outside the doctor’s office, is now operating in all 50 states

October 10 2019

CCNC recently met with Brent Talley from Hayes Barton Pharmacy to learn more about their pharmacy operations and how to help further coordinate care with practices and care managers

September 24 2019

Congratulations to these 25 CCNC care managers, who recently passed the examination to become recognized as Certified Case Managers!

September 24 2019

Earlier this month, Tom Wroth, MD, executive vice president and chief medical officer at CCNC, joined the Taiwan Ministry of Health and Welfare delegation for a panel discussion at Duke University in Durham, NC

September 9 2019

CCNC's Troy Trygstad, VP of pharmacy provider partnerships, made good on his promise of shaving his head after a total of 27 teams of pharmacies across the country were funded for Flip the Pharmacy, a national pharmacy practice transformation initiative

September 5 2019

At the September 2019 meeting of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM) at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, CCNC was called out as a national leader in health care transformation

September 3 2019

The NC Department of Health and Human Services announced today that the statewide move to Medicaid Managed Care will now go-live in one phase starting February 1, 2020

September 1 2019

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