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CCLCF is NCQA Accredited for Complex Care Management
Cape Fear Health Net is a local 501c3 that exists to create a coordinated system of health care for the poor and uninsured in Brunswick, New Hanover, Columbus and Pender counties, and to increase the capacity of health care safety net providers by ensuring that low-income residents have access to a medical home, receive preventive services, and avoid unnecessary health complications resulting in a better, healthier quality of life. Our collaborative work focuses on helping individuals who are uninsured navigate the health care system, particularly with Specialists, and connect them to available resources in the community.
One of North Carolina Medicaid’s Prepaid Health Plan. CCH is the only provider led entity. CCLCF provides delegated complex care management, Long-Term Support and Services (LTSS) care management, care coordination, and Healthy Opportunities Pilot (HOP) care management for members with CCH.
Cape Fear Collective is a valued partner, supporting the Healthy Opportunities Pilot and The Harrelson Center Help Hub initiative using data science to drive change.
CCLCF was awarded a two-year grant for Help Hub Care Navigation through Live Oak Bank to continue our work and provide opportunities for improvement in data collection to show the positive ROI for members and the community when working with a Health Navigator.
Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear has expanded its partnership with DocsInk, a local option for telehealth. We have integrated DocsInk into our care management and coordination for over a year and would like to introduce CCLCF practices to a possible telehealth solution, also allowing direct referral and communication with the CCLCF Care Team. It has provided an essential space for our care teams to share data, communicate securely with providers and video chat with patients.
Working together alongside the task force to build a resilient and compassionate community. CCLCF is one of the 55 organizations in New Hanover County who have signed the belief statement expressing their (and our) commitment to RTF’s mission and vision around a trauma informed community.
CCLCF is excited to announce our membership to the Mt. Calvary Executive Leadership Society. Mt. Calvary Center for Leadership Development serves mostly low income and rural communities, including under-served minority communities. Mt. Calvary was recently awarded a COVID-19 Community Health Worker Initiative grant supported by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. We are honored to join Mt. Calvary and other community partners supporting this great work.
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Awarded the 2017 Trillium Health Resources Transforming Lives Award for Care Integration and most recently CCLCF, along with another entity, partnered with Trillium for a Pediatric Pilot devoted to two local practices with the goal to provide whole person care to patients with Intellectual and Developmental Delays. The Pilot ended in June 2022 and CCLCF was among the recipients of the 2022 Innovation Awards through i2i Center for Integrative Health for this work.
CCLCF provides care management and practice support to contracted Tier 3 AMH practices in our region.
CCLCF provides care management, care navigation and Social Determinant of Health Support to some Medicaid beneficiaries. CCLCF also serves as one of the three Network Leads for the Healthy Opportunities Pilot
Public health improves our quality of life, helps children thrive, reduces human suffering and saves money. Every day, the public health field is working – often behind the scenes – to prevent hazards and keep people healthy.
CCLCF was awarded a two-year grant for Help Hub Care Navigation through Live Oak Bank to continue our work and provide opportunities for improvement in data collection to show the positive ROI for members and the community when working with a Health Navigator. The team has provided health navigation and care coordination services to over 230 individuals assisting with a variety of needs including, but not limited to, resources for dental care, eye exams and glasses, medication assistance, connecting to primary care and specialist providers, assisting with enrollment in health care coverage programs.
Healthy Opportunities Pilot has partnered with the following Human Services Organizations (HS0) to provide Non-medical services for Medicaid Managed Care Enrollees
CF HOP Business Solutions Center Through generous grants from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation, CCLCF created a Business Solutions Center (BSC) for Network HSOs. The BSC offers several training opportunities including the UNC-W QENO Governance-Leadership-Management program, grant writing, Excel training, non-profit board development and the opportunity to attend the Building on Inclusion, Achieving Equity Conference in Durham NC.
Kate B Reynolds Charitable Trust
Dublin County Health Department
Wilmington Health
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