Contracted with South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Cancer Division 

The program is called Best Chance Network which provides free Cervical and Breast Cancer screenings to Uninsured and Under-Insured women who meet certain conditions.  The program is underwritten from a grant issued by Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  We have nurses specifically assigned to work in the EMR’s of our clients to identify, call, and schedule screenings.  We are also a member of the South Carolina Cancer Alliance due to our work with the Best Chance Network.

Uninsured Patients Chronic Care Management Program

CCS has piloted this program with Hope Health, a federally qualified health center, located in Florence, South Carolina.  Hope Health sees over 38,000 unique patients annually.  A portion of this population in uninsured.  In an effort to reduce overall costs attributed to the patients and improve quality of care Chronic Care Staffing developed the Uninsured CCM program.  The Uninsured CCM program is based on the guidelines outlined by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for General Care Management services. 

Corporate Member of South Carolina Primary Health Care Association

From their site: The South Carolina Primary Health Care Association (SCPHCA) has been working to increase the availability of quality health care to low-income, uninsured, isolated, vulnerable, and special need populations since 1979. The SCPHCA is committeed to meeting the unique health care needs of these populations and to reduce health disparities across the state by providing capacity-building services and coordinating initiatives necessary to strengthen Community Health Centers (CHCs) in SC.

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