Northwest Colorado’s care providers began creating an agenda to address our community's health needs in 2006. This agenda became the foundation for our current Collective Care Partnership. The strength of our Partnership is the consistent communication and transparency between in-network providers.
NCCHP has been providing structure and fiscal support for this collective care model with help from the Regional Care Collaborative Organization services, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, membership dues, and grants. NCCHP is a 501(c)3 and became fiscally independent from Northwest Colorado Health in 2016.
NCCHP has supported these programs through grants:
- Health Information Technology (HIT) implementation
- Health Insurance Exchange, Understanding Medicare, End of Life Planning, and Opioid Awareness education
- Community Drug Drop Boxes
- Rx Task Force, Pathway to Pacesetter and Health Equity Programs
- Negotiation RCCO Community Integrated Agreement with Rocky Mountain Health Plans
- Community Assistance Program Cards
Our Collective Care Partnership has supported:
- Brief and Focused Behavioral Health Services
- Community Care Coordination
- Home visits by Care Coordination Team
- Payment reform/cost savings
- Population Health Systems
- Community resource development
- Case Management of Medicaid & Medicare Dual Eligible clients
- Lowering rates of uninsured residents in the Northwest Colorado
- School based services in Routt County for integrated behavioral health.