Cape Fear Collective Adds to its Team
Spotlight on Cape Fear Collective
Cape Fear Collective added four team members to work on the Healthy Opportunities Pilot, a federal- and state-funded program that provides reimbursement for nonmedical services for high-risk North Carolina Medicaid Managed Care beneficiaries.
In May, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services awarded three Healthy Opportunities Network Leads (NLs), including Community Care of Lower Cape Fear (CCLCF), a CFC news release stated.
NLs will lead pilot efforts in three geographic regions. CCLCF is the Network Lead in a six-county region with CFC assisting with implementation and data support.
MEAGHAN LEWIS, director of programs for CFC, will lead the group’s team and coordinate the transportation sector of service providers.
CATRECIA MCCOY BOWMAN (left) started with CFC on Aug. 2 as the housing program manager.
SANDRA BROOKS is the interpersonal safety program manager. MORGAN COOPER supports the food sector for the pilot. LUIGI MENDEZ specializes in research methodology and data collection methods.
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