Vaya Health Leaders examine Integrated Health Care at i2i’s North Carolina Statewide Conference

Vaya Health Leaders examine Integrated Health Care at i2i’s North Carolina Statewide Conference

On Dec. 7-8 in Winston-Salem, Vaya Health leaders discussed integrated care, key progress indicators, and insights into North Carolina’s evolving integrated healthcare landscape at the i2i Winter Conference.

Vaya’s leadership — including Vaya’s Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer Rhonda Cox, as well as Vaya’s Child & Treatment Continuum Director, Ashley Parks — examined integrated care as a critical concept in healthcare and the fundamental premise behind North Carolina’s Medicaid Transformation.  Cox and Parks also presented on issues facing North Carolina healthcare.

i2i is dedicated to ensuring service users receive the care and treatment that lead to successful member outcomes. In this i2i Winter session, participants learned about the levels of definition around integrated care and several components key to the successful development and implementation of integrated care.

Pictured: A panel of community and State partners in Integrated Care illuminated on challenges and strategies, including definition of Integrated Care, expectations for community partnerships to improve outcomes, training needs, and data, as well as diversity and equity. Rhonda Cox discusses challenges and successes to implementing collaborative care in rural North Carolina.

(L to R) Neftali Serano, Collaborative Family Healthcare Association; Kristen Dubey, DHHS Division of Health Benefits; Rhonda Cox, Vaya Health Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer; Justin Oyler, NC Community Health Center Association

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