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February 1 2018

The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality cite CCNC’s physician reports, UNC taps CPESN® to collaborate on new pharmacy guide & more in this month’s newsletter

February 1 2018

Membership in the Community Care Physician Network has increased by 51% in just the last year

January 24 2018

Tammie McLean, Tara Kinard, and Jennifer Wehe-Davis have been named to these regional roles

January 20 2018

Aetna collaborates with Community Care of North Carolina to deliver integrated care to state Medicaid beneficiaries

January 3 2018

CCNC's physician feedback reports were cited in a recent study by the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to improve care team performance

January 1 2018

Take a look at what 2018 brings for CCNC in this month's newsletter, including new collaborations with Aetna & WellCare

December 13 2017

WellCare and Community Care of North Carolina join forces to advance healthcare in North Carolina

December 5 2017

In an article by 'The Huffington Post,' CCNC’s Pregnancy Medical Home model is recognized for its innovative approach to improving North Carolina’s maternal mortality rates, which is currently one of the highest in the United States

December 1 2017

Findings from CCNC’s 2017 annual quality report, improving maternal health & more in the this month's issue of CCNC's newsletter

November 7 2017

Identifying patients most likely to benefit from care management, improves outcomes, generates higher ROI

November 1 2017

Catch up with the latest update about the new CCNC, being published in Population Health Management & more

October 12 2017

The October 2017 publication, "Metrics to Drive Improvements in Health," by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM) features contributions from C. Annette DuBard, MD, MPH, Former Chief Health Information Officer at CCNC, Trista Pfeiffenberger, PharmD, MS, Director of Network Pharmacy Programs at CCNC, Kate Berrien, RN, BSN, MS, Former Director of Maternal Health Programs at CCNC

September 1 2017

The latest in opioid safety, Community Care of North Carolina’s partnership with Health Management Associates & more

June 1 2017

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February 6 2017

Technology linking community pharmacists to medical homes could be a game-changer

February 1 2017

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December 2 2016

Family physicians group touts CCNC's long record of supporting practices

December 1 2016

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November 1 2016

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September 20 2016

Maternal depression screening is now a part of pediatric visits