UNC Health Alliance
UNC Health Alliance is UNC Health’s statewide, physician-led clinically integrated network and Population Health Services Organization. We are transforming healthcare delivery and payment models on behalf of over 6,000 physicians, including community-based, independent physicians along with those affiliated with UNC Health.
At the heart of each patient’s care is a primary care physician. UNC Health Alliance unites patient care across settings – primary care, specialists, hospitals and after-care facilities – to ensure that all care is coordinated, and that the patient receives the programs and services to help them achieve their well-being goals.
UNC Health Alliance Provider Network
- 6898 providers with 2313 independent providers
- 1514 primary care providers with 5384 specialty providers
- 198 specialties and subspecialties covered
- SNF preferred network; home health preferred network
- 952 locations in 51 counties with 12 hospitals
- 34% independent providers and 66% UNCHCS employed providers
UNC Health Alliance is partnering with Duke University and the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) to transform how to support children’s health and well-being. North Carolina Integrated Care for Kids (NC InCK) launched in January 2022 for children who are insured by Medicaid or CHIP (NC Health Choice) in Alamance, Orange, Durham, Granville, and Vance counties. Visit this site to learn more about this new care model. Click here to download the UNC Health Care Team Consent Form [En español].
Your Health Alliance provider can offer case management services to eligible patients who have complex healthcare needs. Learn more about case management services, patient rights and responsibilities, and how to submit a complaint. [En español]
Through UNC Health Alliance, our practices offer innovative programs and services to improve the health of our patients across North Carolina. See our offerings and talk to your primary care doctor about which services could benefit your health. Medical information is permissible to be shared with our team through UNC Health. If you have questions about your medical privacy, please contact Brian Ellison at Brian.Ellison@unchealth.unc.edu.
Annual Wellness Visits
These visits occur once a year for Medicare beneficiaries and focus on prevention, screening, immunizations, and setting self-management goals.
Licensed Clinical Social Workers provide integrative, therapy for up to 12 visits focusing on short-term interventions and goal-setting. Visits can be virtual or in the clinic.
Registered Dietitians provide medical nutrition therapy, intensive behavioral therapy, and grocery store tours to help address disease specific nutrition needs. Certified Diabetes Educators provide group diabetes education classes and medication titration. Nutrition services can be virtual or in the clinic.
Medication Adherence & Reconciliation
Registered Nurses, Pharmacists, and Pharmacy Technicians review medication lists and outreach to patients after a hospital discharge to help them understand new medications and changes to their health.
Short Transitional Case Management
Registered Nurses provide coaching, education, and resources to patients following a hospital encounter. They assist with scheduling follow-up appointments with the patient’s primary care provider or referrals to specialists or other services as needed.
Registered Dietitians & Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists offer diabetes assessments, self-management education, medication titration, and retinal imaging. Retinal imaging can take place virtually or in the clinic.
Patients receive access to a multi-disciplinary care team of medical directors, nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, social workers, and care coordinators who provide wrap-around, complex management to help them better understand and manage their healthcare needs.
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians provide coaching, education, and resources for medication specific needs for patients who need to take 5 or more medications.
Patient Outreach for Preventive Screenings
Patients can be reached by phone, text, or MyUNCChart messages, as well as mailings, to make sure that important or overdue appointments for preventive health screenings and immunizations are not missed.
Community Health Worker Home Visits
Community Health Workers can visit with patients at home to help with complex needs and provide chronic condition self-management education. Community Health Workers provide Living Health with Diabetes classes. Learn more about our Community Health Workers home visits.
Medical Appointment Transportation
Transportation to and from medical appointments can be arranged for some Medicare patients who have no other transportation options. Only available in Chatham, Caldwell, Durham, Johnston, Orange, Nash counties.
Find a Provider
UNC Health Alliance consists of independent providers, UNC Health faculty physicians, UNC Physicians Network, and providers employed by UNC-owned and -managed hospitals. You can search our network to see if your provider is a member:
UNC Health Care Providers
Join UNC Health Alliance
For providers interested in joining, learn more about UNC Health Alliance.