Coordinate Care with your patient’s Accountable Entity
You can now see Accountable Entities* (AEs) associated with your Medicaid patients in the CurrentCare Viewer and the Care Management Dashboard. This information allows you to easily coordinate care for your patients by reaching out to their primary care provider at the AE organization listed.
*An Accountable Entity (AE) is Medicaid’s version of an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) in which a provider organization is accountable for quality health care, outcomes and the total cost of care of its population.
|Abbreviation||Organization Name & Link to Website|
|BVCHC||Blackstone Valley Community Health Center (BVCHC)|
|IHP – CCAP||IHP – Comprehensive Community Action Program|
|IHP – EBCAP||IHP – East Bay Community Action Program|
|IHP – Tri-County||IHP – Tri-County Community Action Agency|
|IHP – WellOne||IHP – WellOne|
|IHP – Wood River||IHP – Wood River Health Services|
|INTEGRA||Integra Community Care Network|
|PCHC||Providence Community Health Centers|
|PHSRI||Prospect Health Services Rhode Island|
|THUNDERMIST||Thundermist Health Center|
Using CurrentCare Viewer to Coordinate Care with AEs
When you look up a patient’s record in the Viewer, if they have been assigned an AE organization, the AE name will appear in the top banner, next to the patient’s CurrentCare ID Number. If the patient is not associated with an AE, you will see “None” here.
For more information about the Rhode Island Medicaid Accountable Entities program, please visit https://eohhs.ri.gov/initiatives/accountable-entities.
For more information about CurrentCare Viewer or Care Management Dashboard, contact RIQIBusinessServices@riqi.org or 888.858.4815.