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Community Care of North Carolina

Kroger pharmacies in N.C. now Pharmacist eCare-ready

Kroger pharmacies in N.C. now Pharmacist eCare-ready

CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. and health technology provider AssureCare have achieved Level III capability from Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) for the Pharmacist eCare Plan initiative. The companies said Monday that Kroger pharmacies in North Carolina using AssureCare’s MedCompass solution can now share care plans electronically, support care coordination, and actively participate with CCNC and its patient-centered medical home and

Community pharmacy shows its resiliency

Community pharmacy shows its resiliency

Community pharmacy owners occupy a critical position in the pharmacy marketplace and, even more importantly, as health care providers in communities across the country. Most stakeholders in the profession understand the vital marketplace check and balance that independent businesses provide. If only two or three megachain drug stores existed, negotiations with payers would look very

QS/1 participates in integrated clinical services pilot

QS/1 participates in integrated clinical services pilot

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Pharmacy technology provider QS/1 is taking part in a pilot to enhance community pharmacists’ ability to provide integrated clinical services to patients. Called the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN), the project aims to develop a system to enable health care providers and pharmacies to devise care plans for patients that can

QS/1 partnership helps improve health care coordination

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Pharmacy automation provider QS/1 has partnered with Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) to help sharpen coordination among health care providers. QS/1 said its Pharmacy Management Systems have been enhanced to exchange information with CCNC’s PHARMACeHOME software, used to conduct medication reconciliation to manage the care of Medicaid recipients in North Carolina. To