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In March of 2015, the Accountable Care Collaborative launched the Chronic Pain Disease Management Program to improve the health of clients with chronic conditions and address rising rates of prescription abuse in Colorado. The program is modeled after the Project ECHO® programs developed by the University of New Mexico and uses interactive video to connect Primary Care Medical Providers to a team of specialists with expertise in a variety of pain management disciplines. This program promotes the use of evidence-based pain management practices and supports PCMPs in treating clients with chronic pain within their primary care practice. It also supports the goals of Governor Hickenlooper and the Colorado Consortium for Drug Abuse and Prevention by helping Primary Care Medical Providers treat chronic pain and reduce prescription painkiller abuse among Medicaid members. The program is administered by Connecticut’s Community health Center (CHC), the only Federally Qualified Health Center with experience replicating the Project ECHO model.
Learn more about the ACC Chronic Pain Disease Management Program
ACC Chronic Pain Disease Management Program FAQs
For additional information, please contact Matt Vedal (Matt.Vedal@state.co.us).
The new ACC: Medicare-Medicaid Program designed to help Medicare-Medicaid enrollees has arrived in Colorado. The program will help Medicare and Medicaid work together making it easier for clients to get the services they need and the ACC Regional Care Collaborative Organizations (RCCOs) will be working to assist providers with client care coordination activities.
Beginning in Fall 2014, clients will be enrolled in the ACC: Medicare-Medicaid program and get to experience all the benefits of care coordination the program has to offer. Clients will keep their doctors and services. Nothing changes for enrollees except that their services will now be coordinated in a way that works best for them.
The Provider Toolkit is a comprehensive resource to help guide you through the ACC: MMP program and understand more about how it benefits patients and providers alike.
The toolkit gives you easy access to:
Available provider training
If you have questions regarding the ACC: Medicare-Medicaid Program, please contact us at ACCMedicareMedicaidProgram@state.co.us.
The Department is contracting with the Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado (ADRC) sites to provide options counseling to residents living in long-term care facilities who are interested in learning about their options for living and receiving long-term services and supports in the community. The Department will provide more information about this contract as it becomes available. Find the ADRC and contact information that covers your county.
The presentations listed below contain slides from Colorado Medical Assistance Program Web Portal training workshops. These slides are not an alternative to attending Web Portal training. Workshop attendance provides valuable interaction with provider field representatives and other providers. These presentation slides are intended to be an informational aid to the Web Portal training workshops and not a substitute.
The presentations listed below contain slides from Colorado Medical Assistance Program Specialty training workshops. These slides are not an alternative to attending Specialty workshops. Workshop attendance provides valuable interaction with provider field representatives and other providers. These presentation slides are intended to be an informational aid to the Specialty workshops and not a substitute.
Please click on and print the documents listed below and bring them with you to your Provider Billing Workshop. You will also need to print and bring a copy of the workshop presentation. The workshop presentations are also listed on this Training & Workshop page.
Colorado Choice Transitions Training
2015-16 Annual Training Presentation
The Department is working with providers and local disability organizations to improve access to appropriate care to better meet the needs of persons with disabilities. This work will address the physical accessibility and cultural competency of facilities. The goal of this work is to remove barriers by highlighting accessibility strengths in each facility and assist clients in finding a provider that best fits their health care needs.
The Division for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities provides training and technical assistance for the following audiences and topics:
Complete List of SIS Interviewers as of June 2015
Check back for updated training materials and other information.
Hospital Provider Fee Reimbursement Webinar
Each August annual trainings will be conducted by the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Colorado Department of Education and Public Consulting Group, Inc. New this year we will also be conducting mid-year refresher trainings focusing on topics related to deadlines associated with the rest of the school year. Some topics to be covered could include updated information about the Random Moment Time Study, Cost Reports, Medicaid Administrative Claiming, Financial System training, interim payments and state updates from both the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Colorado Department of Education. We highly recommend that personnel involved in the administration and reporting of the School Health Services Program from every district attend one of these trainings.
Training Registration and Materials