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CCHA Board of Directors

The CCHA Board is comprised of representatives from all three organizations that share ownership in Colorado Community Health Alliance.

Centura Health

Pam Nicholson, CCHA Board Vice Chairman
Centura Health Senior Vice President of Strategy

James Corbett, JD, MDiv
Centura Health Senior Vice President of Community Health Improvement & Values Integration

Morre Dean, MBA, CPA
South Denver Group President
Porter Adventist Hospital CEO

Carole Peet, RN, MSN, MBA
St. Anthony North Hospital President & CEO

Primary Physician Partners

Alan Lazaroff, MD, CCHA Board Chairman
Geriatric Medicine Physician
American Geriatrics Society Board Member

S. Michael Archer, MD
Family Medicine Physician
Physician Health Partners Board Member
PHPprime Board Member

Marcela Serrano, MD
Family Medicine Physician

Michael Ptasnik, MD, FACC

Physician Health Partners

Kenneth Nielsen
Physician Health Partners President & CEO

CCHA Cabinet

The CCHA Cabinet is made up of representatives from partner organizations in our region that are vital to the success and innovation of the delivery system for Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program). While the governing board is made up of representatives from the CCHA owner-entities, the Cabinet represents behavioral health organizations, federally qualified health centers, delegated entities, and community mental health centers.

CCHA strives to continually innovate and improve the Health First Colorado delivery model, and the Cabinet is a key strategy to help achieve the Triple Aim and build a stronger community within our region.

CCHA Stakeholder Advisory Committees

CCHA originally created a single advisory committee that included participating Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) providers and a range of community partners, as well as ACC members. However, over time we learned that this combined structure hindered our ability to obtain open, honest feedback from stakeholders.

As a result, in 2016 we created two separate advisory committees – a Health Neighborhood Advisory Committee and a Member Advisory Committee. The goal of these committees is to provide a forum where we can effectively promote engagement in the ACC program and gain valuable insight from the perspective of participating providers, community partners and members. Both committees will meet a minimum of two times a year.

If you are interested in learning more about these committees and the meeting schedule, please submit the following form:


Meeting Minutes

Minutes are available for advisory committee meetings held in the current calendar year as well as past years.