Regional Care Collaborative Organizations are a part of the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC). A Regional Care Coordination Organization connects Medicaid clients to providers and also helps clients find community and social services in their area. The Regional Care Coordination Organization helps providers communicate with Medicaid clients and with each other, so Medicaid clients receive coordinated care. A Regional Care Coordination Organization will also help Medicaid clients 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. Regional Care Coordination Organizations help with other care transitions, too, like moving from children’s health services to adult health services, or moving from a hospital to nursing care. Medicaid clients are assigned to Regional Care Coordination Organization based on where they live. The Medicaid Regional Care Coordination Organizations include:
- Rocky Mountain Health Plan Accountable Care Collaborative
- Colorado Access Regional Accountable Care Collaborative
- Integrated Community Health Partners
- Colorado Community Health Alliance
- Community Care: Central Colorado
Get more information about Medicaid Regional Care Collaborative Organizations.