We Provide Coaching and Support for:

Medicaid Managed Care

Charlotte AHEC is pleased to announce that NC AHEC has partnered with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and Division of Health Benefits to help transition healthcare providers to Medicaid Managed Care. Practice Support is providing on-site comprehensive Medicaid Managed Care education and assistance to healthcare providers across the state. To access our services, contact Erin Cloutier at Charlotteahecpracticesupport@charlotteahec.org .

More information and resources are also available via the NC Medicaid website for providers: https://medicaid.ncdhhs.gov/providers/provider-playbook-medicaid-managed-care.

NC HealthConnex

NC HealthConnex is the state designated health information exchange that will enable you to more effectively manage population health and clinical outcomes. Let us help you navigate this platform and new features as they roll out. With NC HealthConnex, you can access your patients' comprehensive records across multiple providers and review labs, diagnostics, history, allergies, medications, and more. You can eliminate duplicative testing, make more efficient and accurate diagnoses, and improve coordination across all levels of care. More information and resources are available on the NC Health Information Exchange Authority website. To see how we can best assist you, contact Erin Cloutier at Charlotteahecpracticesupport@charlotteahec.org .

New Opportunity for Adult Primary Care Practices!

Stop Unhealthy Alcohol Use Now (STUN)

Excessive alcohol use, which affects almost a third of adults, is the nation's third leading cause of preventable death. It is a major risk factor for many health, social, and economic problems. In addition, the problem has worsened with the COVID-19 pandemic.

NC AHEC will help primary care practices implement evidence-based interventions such as screening for unhealthy alcohol use; brief interventions for adult patients who drink too much; and medication-assisted therapy for patients with an alcohol use disorder. This activity is funded by AHRQ's Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) initiative.

If you would like to enroll in the STUN project or have questions please contact us at Charlotteahecpracticesupport@charlotteahec.org.

MACRA Quality Payment Program/ Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)

For the latest on MACRA and MIPS, visit the Quality Payment Program website.

Meaningful Use (MU)

Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Resources