Regional Care Collaborative Organizations
A Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO) connects Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) members to providers and helps members find community and social services in their area. RCCOs help providers communicate with Health First Colorado members and with each other, so members receive coordinated care. A RCCO will also help members get the right care when they are returning home from the hospital or a nursing facility, by providing the support needed for a quick recovery. RCCOs help with other changes, too, like moving from children's health services to adult health services.
The RCCO contracts will end June 30, 2018. The next iteration of the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) will begin July 1, 2018. The goals of the next phase are to improve member health and reduce costs. In November 2017, the Department announced the awards for the seven Regional Accountable Entity (RAE) contracts. The Department has made available the contact information, proposals and contracts for each of the entities on CO.gov/HCPF/ACCPhase2.
To see which RCCO you are in, please see the RCCO Map.
For a list of RCCO phone numbers, see our RCCO Customer Service Contacts by County.
To learn more about the requirements for becoming a PCMP, please see our PCMP Agreement.
RCCO Websites and Member Handbooks
- RCCO 1: Rocky Mountain Health Plans - Member Handbook in English/Member Handbook in Spanish
- RCCO 2: Colorado Access - Member Handbook in English/Spanish
- RCCO 3: Colorado Access - Member Handbook in English/Spanish
- RCCO 4: Integrated Community Health Partners - Member Handbook in English/Member Handbook in Spanish
- RCCO 5: Colorado Access - Member Handbook in English/Spanish
- RCCO 6: Colorado Community Health Alliance - Member Handbook/Member Handbook in Spanish
- RCCO 7: Community Care - Member Handbook in English/Member Handbook in Spanish
Learn about the RCCOs Request for Proposals (RFP).