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RIPCPC CEO and physician members discuss the effect COVID-19 has had on primary care.

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CEO Noah Benedict announced as the PBN 2019 C-suite award winner for the small, private company category.

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'Taking the pulse of primary care in the age of the ACO'.  Read how RIPCPC has joined forces with Care New England to create the new ACO, Integra.

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Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation is proud to have received the Small Business Excellence Award by the Providence Business News!  Click here to watch the video

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Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation (RIPCPC), is an Independent Practice Association (IPA) of over 140 primary care physicians.  Since 1994, we have provided support services to independent primary care practices and have implemented innovative quality-focused care delivery models with the ultimate goal of improving patients’ health outcomes.  In 2014, we partnered with Care New England Health System to form Integra, Rhode Island’s first partnership between a physician organization and hospital system.  Integra is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) with an unmatched ability to coordinate care system wide, to thousands of Rhode Islanders.



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