Programmatic funds to educate organizations and individuals in Nash and Edgecombe counties about Medicaid reform and the transition to value-based care.
Programmatic funds to assist with the design of Medicaid pilots and screening tools that address non-medical drivers of poor health for low-income residents.
Programmatic funds to launch an innovative online referral platform and call center that will link health care providers with social service agencies and organizations.
Programmatic funds to educate organizations and individuals in Mecklenburg County about Medicaid reform and the transition to value-based care.
Programmatic funds to coordinate a learning collaborative on Medicaid reform and value-based care for public health departments in Bladen, Columbus, and Robeson counties.
Programmatic funds to coordinate a learning collaborative for health and human service organizations to prepare for Medicaid reform in the state.
Programmatic funds to organize a series of convenings and webinars across the state aimed at educating community-based organizations about the implications of Medicaid reform and health system transformation.
Programmatic funds to increase sustainability for member clinics and to better position members to participate in North Carolina’s changing health care environment. Funds will support personnel to assist member clinics to fulfill the mandate that they connect to the state’s Health Information Exchange system by June 2019. Funding will be utilized to investigate, and potentially develop, arrangements that allow charitable clinics to receive reimbursement for uninsured patients and will provide partial salary support for personnel and technical assistance.
Programmatic funds to convene a task force on Accountable Care Communities. This taskforce will bring together stakeholders from different sectors to study how health systems can meet the needs of patients beyond healthcare, such as transportation, housing and economic mobility.