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The Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island (CTC), a patient-centered medical home initiative managed by UMass Medical School, explains how primary care practices can build a medical neighborhood by creating a community health team to provide behavioral health and social support services to patients with high-cost, complex care needs. CTC used a multi-payer approach to pilot and evaluate two community health teams in two diverse areas of Rhode Island.
Rhode Island, patient-centered medical home, community health teams, multi-payer
Patient-Centered Medical Home Congress
Campbell, Susanne; Goldman, Roberta; and Hewitt, Scott, "Getting Started in Your Neighborhood: Piloting Community Health Teams through a Multi-Payer Approach" (2016). Commonwealth Medicine Publications. 156.
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