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Check out our Accountable Care Collaborative 2014 Annual Report!
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.
PIAC subcommittees provide technical assistance, guidance and recommendations on issues that impact the ACC. Subcommittees are made up of PIAC committee members as well as clients, providers and other stakeholders. Meetings are open to the public.
The Payment Reform Subcommittee focuses on payment methodology recommendations to further align payer/provider incentives with health care outcomes. The subcommittee reviews a variety of payment reform models, including:
Information systems and delivery system limitations are considered in all recommendations made to the Department. Learn more about the Payment Reform Subcommittee.
Department Liaison: David Ducharme, 303-866-2254
This subcommittee advises and assists the Department in addressing issues related to the provider, client and community experience. This subcommittee may consider and address issues related to:
Learn more about the Provider and Community Issues Subcommittee.
Department Liaison: Mattthew Lanphier, 303-866-2078
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 Quality and Health Improvement Subcommittee.
This subcommittee was formed to advise the Department on issues related to the development and implementation of the Demonstration to Integrate Care for Full Benefit Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees. The subcommittee provides recommendations and support to the Department and to the ACC Program Improvement Advisory Committee (PIAC).
Learn more about the Full Benefit Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees Advisory Subcommittee.
In July 2013, Colorado was chosen to participate in the National Governor's Association's Policy Academy for Super-Utilizers. This one-year program is exploring new ways to work with clients who use an unreasonable share of health care services. A large group of stakeholders, many of whom have experience working with these clients, meets monthly to discuss potential solutions to this issue. Two pilot projects have been implemented within the ACC program. Projects are related to reducing unnecessary use of emergency department services by Medicaid clients in RCCO 4 and RCCO 7.
For a recording of this meeting, please call: 888-203-1112 and enter replay passcode: 260520761. The recording will be available until May 15, 2015.
Our meeting has a standing location, with the exception of those indicated as conference call only:
303 East 17th Avenue, 7th floor, conference room A-B, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Conference call-in number: 1-877-820-7831; participant code 946029#
December 17, 2014
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION FOR THIS MEETING:
225 East 16th Avenue - 1st Floor Conference Room
September 17, 2014
Responses to PCR Recommendations
Committee appointees represent client advocates, clients and families, and Primary Care Medical Providers and other provider groups. Learn about our committee appointees.
Program Performance Specialist
Medicaid Program Division
Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
1570 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203303-866-5972Kathryn.Jantz@state.co.us
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 are interested in joining the advisory committee, complete the forms below and contact Kathryn Jantz.
To participate in your regional care collaborative local advisory committee, please visit your RCCO's web page:
Reasonable accommodations for the meetings will be provided upon request for persons with disabilities. Please contact the Program Administrator at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting if you need accommodations.