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The Latest News from CCNC

 

CCNC's chronic pain initiative launched

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

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CCNC in the NC Medical Journal

The 2012 January/February issue of the NCMJ focuses on Care Transitions and includes articles from a number of CCNC authors, including Troy Trygstad, Annette DuBard, Jennifer Cockerham and Carlos Jackson

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Managing care without managed care: North Carolina is achieving big savings with a very different approach

A story on CCNC in 'Governing' magazine that features an interview with CCNC’s Tork Wade

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North Carolina's HIT initiatives are moving forward

This article in the trade press summarizes the exciting developments soon to hit North Carolina

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CCNC and ActiveHealth partnering to serve state health plan members

CCNC Care Managers have begun working with members of North Carolina’s State Health Plan

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CCNC referenced in 'Annals of Family Medicine' publication

Click here to read the article, entitled "Organizing Care for Complex Patients in the Patient-Centered Medical Home"

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Milliman report finds CCNC savings of nearly $1B

An analysis of Medicaid data by consulting firm Milliman, Inc, has found that CCNC saved North Carolina nearly a billion dollars over a four-year period from 2007 through 2010

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CCNC's call center begins operations

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“First in Health” to offer employees option of e-enabled, high-touch care coordination

"First in Health," a public private partnership promote medical homes is announced at the annual meeting of the N.C. Institute of Medicine in Raleigh

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Congress hears about CCNC's approach to managing dual-eligible population

Denise Levis-Hewson testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee to give congressional testimony

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Third-party analysis demonstrates the difference CCNC is making

Treo Solutions analyzes projected costs the state of North Carolina would incur if CCNC did not exist

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Program designed to improve NC birth outcomes is underway

More than 200 clinics and practices sign on to CCNC's new program: Pregnancy Medical Home

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Community Care of Southern Piedmont named a Beacon Community

Read the White House press release here

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CCNC receives 2007 Annie E. Casey Innovations Award in Children and Family System Reform

The Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation presented the award to CCNC at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government

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