Colorado Community Managed Care Network
The Colorado Community Managed Care Network (CCMCN) was incorporated in 1994 to respond pro-actively to the advent of mandatory Medicaid managed care. CCMCN is a non-profit Network of 12 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) providing primary health care services to the medically underserved throughout Colorado. CCMCN is a corporate member of Colorado Access.
CCMCN member health centers include: Clinica Family Health Services, Dove Creek Community Health Clinic, High Plains Community Health Center, Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN), Mountain Family Health Centers, Northwest Colorado Community Health Center, Plains Medical Center, Pueblo Community Health Center, Salud Family Health Centers, Sunrise Community Health Inc., Uncompahgre Medical Center and Valley-Wide Health Systems Inc.
CCMCN administers clinical quality improvement programs on behalf of its members. The largest of these programs is the Colorado Associated Community Health Information Exchange (CACHIE). CACHIE is building a data warehousing and quality reporting capability for CHCs and other stakeholders by extracting and standardizing electronic data from diverse sources including provider electronic health record systems. CACHIE is a partnership of CCMCN and CCHN, Colorado’s Primary Care Association. CCMCN also conducts quality improvement intervention programs including tobacco cessation, substance abuse screening/prevention and diabetic retinopathy screening.