Community Care Partners of Greater Mecklenburg Initiatives and Grants

CCPGM utilizes initiatives and grants as the cornerstones for coordinating and improving the care of our health care consumers. Our initiatives are physician-directed, evidence-based and patient-centered.

Current initiatives and grants are highlighted below.  To find out more about our behavioral health and medical home initiatives click on the page links shown in the upper right corner.

  • Behavioral Health Integration – For more information click here
  • Pediatric – For more information click here
  • Education and Self Management 
  • Customer Service
    • Call-in center for providers and patients to get answers about Medicaid coverage and eligibility.
  • Dual Eligible & Uninsured Care Management
    • Addressing needs of recipients with both Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Prevention and Chronic Care
    • Adult and pediatric primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary prevention.
    • Aged, blind, disabled (ABD) and complex care management
  • OB/GYN
    • Pregnancy Medical Home (PMH) and high-risk pregnancy management in partnership with public health.
  • Pharmacy
      • Our Pharmacy program

    has a two-fold purpose of serving as a local resource for providers and pharmacies. It provides information about Medicaid policies and initiatives, ensuring appropriate medication use for recipients and addressing barriers to effective medication management.

  • Transitional Care
    • Our transitional care, based on Coleman’s Model focuses on reducing hospital readmissions.
  • Quality Improvement
    • Providers services and support, including quality measures, medical home linkage and provider/practice portal access and utilization.
  • Provider Support  Patient-Center Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition
    • CCPGM’s quality improvement staff facilitates the PCMH recognition process for its providers. The Patient-Centered Medical Home is a way of organizing and improving primary care.  It emphasizes care coordination and communication around patients to improve pateint’s and provider’s experience of care.