Care Coordination Collaborative Model
In 2010, the Hartford Area Care Coordination Collaborative (HCCC) was established as a vehicle to improve communication among diverse programs providing care coordination to children and families; increase the efficiency and effectiveness of care coordination within a comprehensive child health system; and serve as a resource for medical homes seeking community-based services for their families. The goal was to coordinate the coordinators and ensure that children and families were connected to services across several sectors as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health and the Center for Care Coordination lead the Care Coordination Collaborative Model and provide technical assistance to the regional care coordination collaborative. Learn more about us »
What We Do
The Care Coordination Collaborative improves communication among coordinators and provides effective links to services for children and families. Learn more about what we do »
The North Central Care Coordination Collaborative (region 1 in the map below) organizes, facilitates, and provides technical assistance to four regional community care coordination collaboratives. Learn about statewide replication »