Jump to navigation
Check out our Accountable Care Collaborative 2015 Annual Report and evaluations on the Accountable Care Collaborative.
The Accountable Care Collaborative Program Improvement Advisory Committee (PIAC) is made up of stakeholders who provide guidance and make recommendations to help improve health, access, cost and satisfaction of members and providers in the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC). These meetings are open to the public.
Committee representatives include client advocates, physical and behavioral health care providers, policy experts, liaisons to our subcommittees, and other stakeholders.
ACC Program Improvement Advisory Committee Members
Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) Manager
Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
1570 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203303-866-5198Sophie.Thomas@state.co.us
Program Improvement Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public.
Most committee members are appointed by Regional Care Collaborative Organizations (RCCOs). If you are interested in participating you can contact the RCCO in your area. If you would like to apply for one of the Department-appointed positions, please complete the Boards and Committees Application and submit to Susan Mathieu (Susan.Mathieu@state.co.us).
To participate in your regional care collaborative local advisory committee, please visit your RCCO's web page:
ACC Program Improvement Advisory Committee By-Laws
This subcommittee advises and assists the Department in addressing issues related to developing integrated systems and effective approaches for frequent users of the health care system.
Learn more about the Improving and Bridging Systems Subcommittee.
Department Liaison: Rahem Mulatu, 303-866-4031
This Subcommittee advises and assists the Department in addressing issues related to the provider, client and community experience.
Learn more about the Provider and Community Issues Subcommittee.
Department Liaison: Emily Berry, 303-866-6495
This subcommittee provides oversight of RCCO activities related to quality and health outcomes. It is also the primary forum for the Department to receive input on the SDAC. SDAC representatives are present at all subcommittee meetings.
Learn more about the Health Impact on Lives: Health Improvement Subcommittee.
The purpose of the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC): Medicare-Medicaid Program stakeholder meetings are to provide important program updates and maintain transparent communication between us and the people involved with or affected by this program.
Learn more about the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC): Medicare-Medicaid Program Stakeholder Meetings.