You belong. And that’s a good thing. As a member of the Integra community, you benefit from a better, stronger, more accountable system of care – and a commitment to ensure you get the right care, at the right time, in the right place. The goal of accountable care is to support your doctor by making sure they always have the most up-to-date information about your health and your care.
This means your doctors communicate better with one another, and you avoid duplicating tests or answering the same questions over and over. Working together, your doctors can do more to truly follow your health care, making sure you get the best possible care by bringing in additional staff to help meet your unique needs.
Integra’s network is made up of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers who are here to bring you the highest quality medical care.
We have programs and resources available to make sure you have everything you need to stay healthy. When you’re a member of Integra, you have access to:
We have yoga and fitness memberships and classes available to keep you healthy!
We have diabetes education videos, recipes, and programs to help you learn more about diabetes and how to take the best care of yourself.
Need a little extra help? We created Integra Community Compass to help you find resources in your community.
Integra’s network spans a variety of health care services available at convenient locations.
I-SPII was an initiative of Integra’s Medicaid Accountable Entity (AE) program to develop partnerships with Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) to plan and pilot interventions to address health-related social needs.
The initiative began with a Request for Proposals (RFP) in 2019 asking Rhode Island nonprofits “what do you think your organization can do about the social determinants of health?”
The response was overwhelming. We received 34 proposals to participate in this funding opportunity, with a broad range of communities, strategies, and focus areas represented. Integra selected four partnerships, representing nine organizations, and kicked off the initiative in March 2020—just as the COVID-19 pandemic was beginning in the United States.