An important component of this work is to strengthen the safety net through increased levels of collaboration and integration of services to sustain and meet the needs of those served more effectively. When an eligible primary care medical home safety net organization provides integrated care, grant funding may also support dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services.
Primary care safety net organizations that currently provide primary and preventative health care for underserved and medically indigent patients in North Carolina are eligible to apply for this funding to pay for patient care through encounter-based reimbursement (Track A) or through reimbursement for eligible expenses (Track B). Telehealth services and equipment are eligible expenses in both tracks. Applicants must select one track.
Eligible organizations that currently provide direct primary and preventive care may use these funds to support any of the following: