CCHA Advisory Committees
Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA) values the voice of our Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) members, providers and stakeholders throughout the community as we continue to evolve our service model and programs.
We provide advisory committees as a forum to effectively promote engagement in Health First Colorado and gain valuable insight from a diverse range of participants in the regions we serve. Through these committees, we work with Health First Colorado members, caregivers, advocates, providers, community organizations, state agencies and other members of the health neighborhood to involve them, listen to their input, and problem solve with them.
Our Member Experience Advisory Council, also known as our Member Advisory Committee (MAC), is used to gather feedback from members and caregivers on how to improve our programs and guide us in innovative new approaches to whole‐person, coordinated care. Our goal is to confirm the interventions we offer apply to the real lives of members.
Participating members represent a diverse population that brings input from varying perspectives on topics such as care coordination programs and screening tools, engagement efforts and access to care. We also solicit feedback on member education materials and other communications to help ensure the information is meaningful, understandable and distributed via effective delivery methods.
Reasonable accommodations for the meetings will be provided upon request for persons with disabilities. Please contact MAC@cchacares.com at least two weeks prior to the scheduled meeting if you need accommodations.
The mission of this committee is to bring together a diverse, multi-disciplinary network of health care providers, community organizations and other service providers to share feedback on processes and systems to improve health, access, cost, and satisfaction of members and providers.
- Engage and strengthen the health neighborhood and community in the regions we serve
- Provide a forum to give feedback about CCHA processes and systems
- Create a health neighborhood and community leadership network
- Advise on strategies for reinvesting CCHA incentive funds to support and strengthen the health neighborhood and community
For information about the PIAC Community Incentive Program, click here.
Reasonable accommodations for the meetings will be provided upon request for persons with disabilities. Please contact PIAC@cchacares.com at least two weeks prior to the scheduled meeting if you need accommodations.
Upcoming Committee Meetings
Meeting Location: Virtual, 11 am-noon
If you are interested in learning more about these committees and the meeting schedule, please submit the following form:
Minutes are available for advisory committee meetings held after July 1, 2018.