A Message from NCTracks on Behalf of NC Medicaid New CCNC Primary Care Case Management Agreement

This week or shortly thereafter, NC Carolina Community Care Networks (CCNC) will send a new primary care case management (PCCM) agreement to primary care providers who serve NC Medicaid Direct beneficiaries. In addition to providing PCCM services, CCNC also shares quality measure results with Carolina Access practices for beneficiaries enrolled in NC Medicaid Direct, such as well-child visits and immunizations.

Important: For a Carolina Access practice to receive or continue to receive practice assignment data or quality data it must sign the new 2-Party Agreement with CCNC.

More information is available in this October 11 NC Medicaid Bulletin.