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
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
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
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
Congratulations to these 25 CCNC care managers, who recently passed the examination to become recognized as Certified Case Managers!
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
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
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
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CCNC employees from Regions 4, 5 & 6 gathered for kickoff meetings to assure alignment with CCNC’s culture, contract deliverables, and strategic goals resulting in a high performing workforce that is personally and professionally motivated and ready to deliver on the demands of the new environment
Troy Trygstad, PharmD, MBA, PhD, vice president for pharmacy provider partnerships at CCNC, facilitates several panels in Pharmacy Times' Peer Exchange series entitled "The Progression of Immunization"
Kudos to our awesome Care Managers from Region 1 who prepared backpacks full of school supplies to members & their families who need the support for the beginning of the school year!
Denise Levis-Hewson, CCNC's Executive Vice President of Care Management and Provider Services & CCPN's Chief Operating Officer, was recently named to Telligen's Board of Directors
Despite uncertainty around the go-live date for NC’s transformation to Medicaid Managed Care, CCNC and CCPN continue to make progress in preparing for the system, having now signed contracts with all five winners of the state’s Managed Care RFP
Earlier this month, Governor Ray Cooper and NC Department of Natural and Culture Resources Secretary Susi Hamilton joined Dr. Allen Dobson to unveil a National Register Plaque on Mount Pleasant Mercantile/ Hosiery Mill, now the home of booming restaurant 73 & Main
After undergoing a rigorous audit for the last few months, CCNC received Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II Certification. The certification demonstrates CCNC’s commitment to protecting confidential health data and meeting national security standards for the operating effectiveness of “controls,” or procedures and rules.
CCNC’s Practice Perfect suite of tools equip CCPN member clinicians with the tools they need to improve quality of care and financial performance while demonstrating value to payers
“Preparing for Value Based Care” was the theme of June's guided learning collaborative where behavioral health professionals discussed their work as participants in CCNC’s Practice Transformation Network in preparation for state and federal level healthcare reform efforts
CCNC’s award-winning complex care management program has saved an estimated $924 million from 2016 to date by decreasing hospital admissions, readmissions, and per-member costs
One of the practices enrolled in CCNC’s Practice Transformation Network, West Caldwell Health Council, was praised by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for its “exciting interventions [in] patient access to care, social determinants of health, and mental health.”