The Accountable Care Collaborative
Check out our Accountable Care Collaborative 2014 Annual Report!
The Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) is Colorado Medicaid's primary health care program. The ACC is designed to:
- Provide a focal point of care for Medicaid clients
- Improve Medicaid client health outcomes
- Improve client and provider experience of health care
- Support providers with high levels of data and analytics
- Reduce health care costs and duplication of services
Medicaid clients in the ACC receive the regular Medicaid benefit package and belong to a Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO). ACC clients also choose a Primary Care Medical Provider (PCMP).
The ACC is a central part of Medicaid reform that changes the incentives and health care delivery processes for providers. Our goal is to move from a system that rewards high volumes of services to one that rewards high quality of services and better health outcomes for our clients.
Important information about the ACC is available below:
- Enrollment in the ACC
- Overview of the ACC Program
- Information about our seven Regional Care Collaborative Organizations (RCCOs)
- Primary Care Medical Providers (PCMPs), who are affiliated with a RCCO, and act as medical homes for Medicaid clients
- The Statewide Data & Analytics Contractor (SDAC) is a key component of the ACC program
- Map of Colorado's FQHCs, BHOs, and RCCOs
- For exciting news about quality and health outcomes projects, check out:
- The Colorado Adult Medicaid Quality Grant
- Super-Utilizers Workgroup
- ACC Payment Reform Initiative (HB12-1281)
- SDAC and RCCO RFP documents