Maine Chronic Illness Collaborative

Using a patient-centered model of care, community health centers focus on how providers deliver care, patients understand and participate in managing their own care, and communities learn to strengthen the provider-patient partnership. The Maine Chronic Illness Collaborative (MCIC) is a state-based collaborative authorized by the federal government and focused on the needs specific to Maine residents and health centers. All Maine health centers have incorporated patient-centered care within their practices and as a result Maine Community Health Centers have been recognized both at the state and national level for the quality of care offered to patients living with chronic conditions.

for more information

www.mepca.org/chronic.php

learning type

Technical assistance

measures

Patient Outcomes, readiness for HIT and EHRs, networked decision-making support, increased documentation and reporting

target audience

Community health centers

target population

Community health centers, Consumers

Project Topics

Chronic care Consumer engagement Delivery of care

Supported through the following Organization(s):

Contacts

 
Darcy Shargo
(207) 621-0677 x207
dshargo@mepca.org
73 Winthrop Street