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RCCO Library - Member Videos

Accountable Care Collaborative Program

ABCs of Accountable Care Collaborative Program by Colorado Access RCCO

Colorado Access RCCO developed a video which provides introductory information regarding Colorado's Accountable Care Collaborative Program and the Regional Care Collaborative Organizations.

Colorado's Accountable Care Collaborative Program by Colorado Access RCCO

The Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) Program is a Colorado Medicaid program with the goal of improving clients' health and reducing associated health care costs. Medicaid clients in the ACC Program receive the regular Medicaid benefit package along with the added benefit of care coordination. This video provides an opportunity to examine the impact and difference the Accountable Care Collaborative Program makes.

Colorado Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) by Colorado Medicaid

This animated video explains how Colorado Medicaid's Accountable Care Collaborative works to coordinate care between clients, medical, and non-medical service providers. Colorado's ACC program helps each client using a 'whole person' approach to connect them to the right doctors, coordinates care with other health care providers, and helps find support services in their area such as housing, food assistance and child care.

Care Management

"Colorado Access Care Coordination" by Colorado Health Institute

A discussion about care coordination with care managers at Colorado Access.

Primary Care Medical Provider

"Your PCMP, Medical Home, and Where to Seek Care" by Colorado Access

Members of Colorado Access’s Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO) explains who a Primary Care Medical Provider (PCMP) is, what a Medical Home is, and where you can seek medical care when you are sick.

Transitions of Care

"The Art of Letting Grow - Part 1" by Christy Blakely, Family Voices Colorado, and Colorado Access

Christy S. Blakely, the former Executive Director of Family Voices Colorado, joins with Colorado Access to present part one of a video series which provides information to family on how to help special needs adolescents transition from pediatric health care to adult health care.

"The Art of Letting Grow - Part 2" by Christy Blakely, Family Voices Colorado, and Colorado Access

Christy S. Blakely, the former Executive Director of Family Voices Colorado, joins with Colorado Access to present part two of a video series which provides information to family on how to help special needs adolescents transition from pediatric health care to adult health care.

Health and Wellness

"Early flu shots protect you all season" by CNN

An early look at the 2012 flu season and the importance of getting a flu shot.

"How to Read Food Labels" by Discovery Fit & Health

Dr. Melina from Fit TV reviews the key things to look for, and what they mean, when reading food labels.

"Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Treatment Options" by ClevelandClinic

"Seasonal Affective Disorder (aka SAD) is a form of major depression that appears late in the year, when the days get shorter and the temperatures get colder. Recent reports show that episodes of SAD last about four months and up to 35 percent of sufferers require hospital care at some point. People with SAD also tend to eat more junk food and food rich in carbohydrates. Although the cause of seasonal affective disorder is unknown, antidepressants and behavioral therapy can help treat it. Cleveland Clinic psychologist Dr. Michael McKee offers suggestions on how people with SAD can also spend more time in the light and getting active, including light therapy."

Patient Centered Medical Home

"Patient Centered Medical Home" by MedNetOne/American Academy of Family Physicians

This video explains the concept and benefits of a patient centered medical home.


"Medical Home" by EmmiSolutions2011

Another look at what a medical home means. Watch this video in Spanish here

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