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Sharing a few photos from the third lecture/dinner by our Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina (CCPEC) service line's Community Care Physician Network (CCPN), this one at the Hobgood Depot on Wednesday, in the Halifax County town of Hobgood.

Dr. R.W. "Chip" Watkins, Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team member with our state partner Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC), gave the evening's audience-interactive lecture ("MACRA and MIPS: Practice Sustainability and Transitioning to Value-Based Care") to representatives from a number of local medical practices.
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6/23/17
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Our ACA Navigators will be sharing Marketplace health-insurance information at the Carolina Barbecue Festival from noon-6 p.m. tomorrow, at the Town Common in downtown Greenville.
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Two of our Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina (CCPEC) staffers recently were certified as Master Trainers in the Stanford University Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. Serena Smith, Patient Advocate with CCPEC Team 3A, at left in the first picture, and Gechett Szabo, Health Check Supervisor, completed their five-day training at the East Carolina Heart Institute at East Carolina University and received certification May 12, along with classmates from all across the state, and even from other states, seen in the second photo.

Serena and Gechett are now qualified to instruct adult members of our eastern North Carolina community who are living with chronic diseases in the Stanford University Living Healthy Program's methods for managing those chronic health conditions, and in living a healthy life. The two can also train other local instructors, known as Lay Leaders, in the Stanford techniques.
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6/2/17
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Snapshot of our ACA Navigators' booth sharing Marketplace health-insurance information at the annual N.C. Potato Festival in downtown Elizabeth City on May 21.
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From all of us at Access East, including our Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina (CCPEC), HealthAssist, and ACA Navigators service lines, wishes of a safe and relaxing Memorial Day! And TO all of us, a reminder to pause today to reflect on what this holiday honors: those men and women who have, across our country's broad history, given their lives in service to our country.
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Members of our ACA Navigators team will have a booth sharing Marketplace health-insurance information from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. tomorrow at the 24th-annual Aurora Fossil Festival on Main Street in Aurora.
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Kevin Parker, Behavioral Health Coordinator for our Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina (CCPEC), and Kim Wheat-Robinson, CCPEC Social Work Care Manager covering Pitt County, will share information on our services at the annual Vidant Medical Center Mental Health Expo from 1-4 p.m. tomorrow at the East Carolina Heart Institute at East Carolina University.

This free expo will include more than 50 exhibitors from local service organizations providing information about mental health and substance-abuse resources. Three special sessions will be held on specific topics: 1) psychiatric hospitalizations, at 1 p.m.; 2) stress management, at 2 p.m.; and teen substance abuse, at 3 p.m. Registration is not required to attend, and groups are welcome.

The Heart Institute is at 115 Heart Drive, Greenville.
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A belated posting spotlighting our ACA Navigators' presentation at last month's Financial Stability and Financial Independence Workshop at the Board of Education Center down in Wilmington. Navigators ReGina Moffett, left, and Sophia Sterling,shared general information on the Affordable Care Act, and on continued opportunities for ACA health-insurance enrollment.
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Our Health Check and ACA Navigators staff have been busy today setting up for their programs' participation in tomorrow's Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children KidsFest event, being held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Greenville Convention Center.

If you're going, expect crowds! The annual event will likely draw between 3,000-4,000 participants, notes Gechett Szabo, supervisor for our Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina (CCPEC) Health Check program; Gechett has been a part of three previous KidsFests. This popular free indoor fair will feature numerous booths, many with fun activities for kids, that are meant to educate and empower families, caregivers and local help organizations in enabling young children to thrive.
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4/21/17
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Vidant Health, among our largest community partners, is hosting what promises to be a highly informative and engaging public dinner/discussion on advanced-care planning from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 25 at the Greenville Convention Center. Dr. Lucy Kalanithi will discuss her late husband Dr. Paul Kalanithi's journey through the terminal illness he was diagnosed with at age 36, and the lessons learned from his life, and from his death. Her husband's memoir, "When Breath Becomes Air," written after his diagnosis and chronicling his last two years of life, was a "New York Times" No. 1 bestseller.

The event is free, but registration is required. See the accompanying Vidant Health flier for further details.
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