The Carolina Medical Home Network, LLC (CMHN) is a clinically integrated network owned and led by 36 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and the North Carolina Community Health Center Association (NCCHCA). NCCHCA is CMHN’s sponsoring and managing partner. Twenty-five FQHC and FQHC Look-Alikes participate in CMHN’s clinically integrated network (CIN). The CMHN was formed in 2014 as a messenger model Independent Practice Association (IPA) and transitioned to a CIN in June 2020 when the Board approved a new Operating Agreement and Participation Agreement. Through their commitment to participate in CMHN clinical integration, health centers are actively working to improve quality metrics in accordance with CMHN contract expectations, engage their staff in committees, connect with CMHN’s population health data platform, and participate in value-based contracts.
To promote high-value care and health equity through the personalized, coordinated delivery of data-driven healthcare services.
A leading healthcare network creating value to all stakeholders through collaborative, person-centered, community healthcare.
Zipcode level map of regions served by CMHN CHCs below
Advance Community Health
Bertie County Rural Health Association
Blue Ridge Community Health Services
Cabarrus Rowan Community
Carolina Family Health Centers
Charlotte Community Health Clinic
C.W. Williams Community Health Center
Hot Springs Health Program
Kinston Community Health Center
MedNorth Community Health Center
Mountain Community Health Partnership (formerly Bakersville)
Ocracoke Health Center
Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC)
Person Family Medical Center
Piedmont Health Services
Robeson Health Care Corporation
Stedman-Wade Health Services
Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine
United Health Centers
West Caldwell Health Council
Western Community Health Services
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