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Transforming Health Care


Nonprofit member since 1999

HealthTeamWorks launched in 1996 as the Colorado Clinical Guidelines Collaborative (CCGC). Our mission in those early days was to effectively consolidate and standardize the multiple and often conflicting clinical guidelines issued by health plans, medical societies and government and private agencies. In fact, we are still well-known for our guidelines work today

In 2009, HealthTeamWorks emerged as a pioneer in the new Patient-Centered Medical Home movement and began delivering clinical practice transformation programs in Colorado and across the nation. Around this time we also launched our national training institute and began training practice improvement facilitators to drive sustainable quality improvement within their own health care organizations.

A Proven Leader in Practice Transformation

Today HealthTeamWorks drives measurable improvements in health care delivery through deep client collaboration and engagement. We partner with practices, physician groups and integrated clinical networks to provide the tools and training to achieve the quadruple aim and succeed in a value-based environment.

We are an established leader in clinical practice transformation, working with primary care practices in Colorado and across the nation to reduce costs, improve outcomes and improve both patient and provider experiences.

Reimagining Health Care Together

In 2016, we are beginning to leverage that practice transformation expertise and look beyond the individual practice toward integrated delivery networks to provide services which ease the transition from fee-for-service to value-based payment models. For clients in larger, integrated delivery networks, we provide new resources and services to help them transition successfully from fee-for-service payment models to the new reality of value-based performance.

We will also convene stakeholders and foster collaboration to increasingly drive a community-based approach that closely integrates clinical practice and social services to achieve a more holistic approach to improving care; that is, one which is population health-driven, community-based and patient-centered.

Please join us on the journey! Visit to learn more.

Contact Trish Joyce, communications manager, at or (720) 351-8946 (cell)/(303) 446-7200 (office).

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