New Transportation Toolkit Helps County Residents Plan Medical Trips

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Press Release Getthere, a mobility management program of the Rural Health Network of South Central New York, recently announced the release of their new website. The website, www.gettherescny.org, provides a plethora of helpful resources, such as Transportation providers, rideshare information, planning documents, and other publications and information pertinent to the community of healthcare professionals, transportation […]

MAX Series Workshop Part 1: Guthrie Cortland Medical Center

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Over the last two years, Care Compass Network (CCN) has conducted several Medicaid Accelerated eXchange (MAX) Series in conjunction with local health systems to redesign the way care is delivered for the state’s most vulnerable patients. In earlier article “‘Mad’ MAX Comes to the Southern Tier“, we provide further detail on the process for the […]

December PAC Stakeholders Recap

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This past December, Care Compass Network (CCN) held its annual PAC Stakeholders meeting at the Holiday Inn Binghamton. 2018 marked CCN’s 3rd consecutive year holding the event and its largest event to-date. The meeting included over 150 medical professionals, hospital systems, behavioral health organizations, community-based organizations, CCN board members, state and local legislators, and other […]

‘Mad’ MAX Comes to the Southern Tier

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The New York State Department of Health launched the Medicaid Accelerated eXchange (MAX) Series to redesign the way care is delivered for the state’s most vulnerable residents. Fondly named ‘Mad’ MAX by Care Compass Network (CCN) staff, the team has conducted several workshops over the last two years throughout CCN’s 9-county region in conjunction with […]

Care Compass Network: January eNewsletter

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Our first eNewsletter of 2019 is now available! Read about Care Compass news and updates, DSRIP projects, upcoming events, employment opportunities, as well as updates on NYS Department of Health as it relates to DSRIP. Click here to view the January eNewsletter.