Accountable Care Collaborative could save money and improve quality, but it risks new barriers to care

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The state’s Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) Program could help contain costs and improve the services Medicaid recipients receive. Without careful implementation, though, the ACC Program risks creating new barriers to care, especially for Colorado’s poorest and most vulnerable Medicaid participants.

CCLP has condensed our issue brief on Colorado’s Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) initiative into a two page fact sheet. We hope that this fact sheet is a useful tool in your work around the Medicaid program.

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