Syracuse home to newest Prime Care Coordination office

Prime Care Coordination has opened another office, this time in Syracuse!

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2nd Annual Prime Care Coordination Conference a Success

More than 300 employees from all of Prime Care's 5 regions were in attendance for this year's Prime Care Coordination Conference, themed "Primed to Grow!"

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New Prime Care Office Opens In Binghamton

Prime Care Coordination is excited to announce the opening of its newest office in Binghamton!

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Health care hub for people with disabilities launches near Rochester

Prime Care Coordination, described by its executive director Tracy Boff as “an umbrella organization” for groups that aid people with disabilities, has opened its regional hub in Webster...

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People at the center: Cayuga County-area agencies launch care coordination organization

AUBURN — As soon as the state released its plan for changes in service coordination for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Cayuga Centers began formulating its own plan for how it would respond to the changes...

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Prime Care Opens Regional Hub in Binghamton

BINGHAMTON, NY - Prime Care Coordination has officially opened its doors in Binghamton, marking one of five brand new regional hubs in New York State...

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Prime Care Coordination to organize services across upstate

Thirty organizations in Upstate New York, including 14 in the Finger Lakes region, have come together to form a regional hub to coordinate the care of intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals. One of six new Care Coordination Organizations (CCO) founded under a new state directive, Prime Care Coordination will organize and direct all of the services...

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People with developmental disabilities must enroll in CCO to keep services

Prime Care is one of the several Care Coordination Organizations (CCO) in which people with disabilities must enroll. Fourteen agencies from the Rochester and Finger Lakes area are impacted by the change. Each one will need to designate a CCO, which includes organizations such as Prime Care or Person Centered Services.

"It's actually going to be better and more comprehensive care," said Tracy Boff, Executive Director of Prime Care Coordination.

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