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Becoming A Network Provider

Becoming A Network Provider


Benefits to Network Providers include:

• Per Member Per Month (PMPM) Management Fee from DMA
• Free Care Management Services linked to every practice for high-risk patients with emphasis on transitions in care
• Access to a multidisciplinary team, including Pharmacists Behavioral Health specialists, to help manage patients 
• Access to comprehensive patient data and care alerts through Community Care’s Provider Portal
• Free patient education and disease management tools
• Access to practice Performance Reports for cost, utilization, and adherence through Community Care’s Informatics Center


Primary Care Providers help Community Care by…

• Providing a Medical Home to manage and coordinate patient care
• Implementing evidence-based treatment guidelines
• Utilizing Community Care’s Informatics Center and other data to implement continuous quality improvement
• Referring eligible patients with chronic medical conditions for care management
• Collaborating to resolve medication discrepancies and other health concerns
• Utilizing the Preferred Drug List (PDL) and prescribing Medicaid covered OTC medications

Carolina Access Medicaid Providers in Cleveland or Rutherford County can get information on becoming a Community Care of NC network provider by contacting Debbie Clapper at 980-484-5216.  Ms. Clapper is the Network Director for Carolina Community Health Partnership, the Community Care Network for Cleveland and Rutherford Counties.