Department of Medical Assistance Services


As of December 31, 2017, the Commonwealth Coordinated Care (CCC) program concluded operations. While we are saddened to see the end of CCC we look forward to applying the principles of CCC to our new statewide managed care program, Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus (CCC Plus). Through the CCC Plus program we will be able to serve a greater number of individuals across every region of the state then we were able to under CCC. More information on the CCC Plus program can be found on the CCC Plus webpage. If you need assistance regarding the close-out of CCC or other CCC related issues please submit comments to the CCC MailBox (

CCC members began transitioning to CCC Plus on January 1, 2018. Details on how DMAS operationalized this transition, including steps we took to ensure members experienced as smooth of a transition as possible, can be found in the Phase-Out Plan Document, which can be linked to below.

As part of the sunset of the CCC program, DMAS, in coordination with CMS, reached out to our stakeholders to gather their thoughts on transitioning from CCC to CCC Plus. Please see the link below to review our final phase-out plan document. This document provides detail on the phase-out plan and transition to the CCC Plus program developed by CMS and DMAS.
Bullett CCC MailBox
Bullett Phase-Out Plan Document
Bullett Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus
Bullett Contact information for Maximus, the Enrollment Broker for CCC Plus
Bullett Background Information and Documents
Bullett Stakeholder Updates
Bullett Medicare and Medicaid Enrollees
Bullett Service Provider
Bullett CCC Program Evaluation
Bullett CCC Quality Monitoring
Bullett Health Plans
Bullett Advisory Committee
Bullett CCC Capitation Rates
Bullett CCC Medical Transition Report (MTR) Companion Guide