About Us

We are a group of physicians, hospitals, insurance companies, and healthcare providers in the Denver Metro area who partner to provide coordinated patient care.

Members of CCP provide high-quality, cost-effective care by adhering to value-based data and benchmarks across diverse care settings, giving a patient-centered solution that improves patient outcomes while reducing healthcare costs.

Our goal is to partner with physicians to help them achieve excellence in areas such as wellness and prevention, accessibility, improved communication and collaboration, and chronic disease management.

Physicians and their practices benefit from establishing more efficient and effective office workflows while patients benefit from coordinated, evidence-based healthcare that allows them to manage their own health in partnership with CCP providers.

Our History

In 2016, HealthONE providers combined their six physician-hospital organizations into Rose Medical Group to negotiate value-based care contracts under Rose Integrated Health Network (RIHN). This allowed them to get group contracting rates.

The physicians of HealthONE’s Physician Services Group observed this success and wanted to add value-based contracts for their practices.

As the greater HealthONE organization saw the success of value-based medicine through PSG, they wanted to buy-in too. In 2018, Rose Integrated Health Network and HealthONE partnered to form the Colorado Care Partners clinically-integrated network. As a clinically-integrated network, CCP can legally negotiate rates and share quality and care information for all members of our network.

Value Based Care

Almost 20% of the United States GDP is spent on healthcare, but unfortunately, up to 30% of those funds (up to $935 billion per year) are wasted costs *footnote. As these findings started to come out around 2010, economists, politicians, and healthcare professionals wanted to course-correct, and the value-based care movement emerged as a solution. Value-based care has 4 objectives to fix these issues created by typical healthcare operations in the US. The “quadruple aim” includes:

Quadruple Aim

  1. Patient Experience
  2. Cost-Effective Care
  3. Quality Health Outcomes
  4. Workforce Experience

Within the value-based care movement, healthcare providers partner to prioritize patients’ health. Value-based care contracts reimburse healthcare professionals based on the number of patients they’re managing, and set budget estimations for their patient populations. Under this reimbursement model, providers are incentivized to provide preventative care and optimize wellness so patients feel and function their best. Healthcare costs are controlled through coordination of care services to prevent duplication of procedures, and prioritizing the best quality services and providers.