Colorado Primary Care Collaborative




Patient-centered comprehensive and coordinated primary care services sustained through practice transformation and payment reform resulting in improved health for individuals and communities.


The Colorado Primary Care Collaborative (CPCC) is dedicated to advancing primary care via the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) and other value-based primary care models by focusing on delivery reform, payment reform, patient engagement, workforce training, and benefit redesign.


  • Partnerships: The CPCC partners with the national PCPCC and establishes partnerships with providers and consumers of health care.
  • Advocacy: The CPCC achieves its local mission by advocating for and promoting primary care through support of the PCMH model, payment reform, and practice transformation to patients, businesses, health plans, and governments.
  • Quality health care: The CPCC values health care that is accessible, cost-effective, and demonstrates quality outcomes consistent with Triple Aims: cost effective, patient experience, and quality.
  • Patient engagement: The CPCC champions the involvement of patients and families in their health care.


  • To achieve our mission, we work in partnership with our members and fellow primary care advocates to promote the vision of the CPCC to patients, purchasers, businesses, health plans and government by:
  • Disseminating results and outcomes from medical home initiatives and clearly communicating their impact on patient experience, quality of care, population health and health care costs.
  • Advocating for public policy that advances and builds support for primary care and the medical home, including payment reform, patient engagement, employer benefit initiatives, and training the primary care workforce.
  • Convening health care experts, thought leaders, and consumers to promote learning, awareness, and innovation of comprehensive and coordinated primary care services and the medical home model.

Join the Coalition

Become a Supporter

If you are passionate about supporting a strong primary care system, consider contributing to the Colorado Primary Care Collaborative as a supporter of our convening events. The next convening event is scheduled for June 8, 2017.

Why support? Read a letter from Raquel Rosen here.

There are various levels of support you can offer, and support in any amount is welcome.

$2,500 Gold Supporter


  • Name & Logo displayed on marketing materials and on signs at convening meeting
  • Recognition on CAFP web site and magazine
  • Invitation for two representatives to attend convening
  • Opportunity for representatives to be recognized at convening by moderator

$1,000 Silver Supporter


  • Name & Logo on signs at convening meeting
  • Invitation for one representative to attend convening

$500 Bronze Supporter


  • Name & Logo on signs at convening meeting

Individual Support (donation amount of your choice)

  • Supporting category for individuals.

To contribute fill out the form below. If you prefer to contribute by check, please make check payable to CAFP Foundation, and mail to 2224 S. Fraser St., Unit 1, Aurora, CO  80014.

Your contribution is tax deductible.

Questions?  Please contact Raquel J. Rosen, 303-696-6655, ext. 10, or

CPCC Supporter Form

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The next CPCC Convening Event will be held on January 24, 2018. Click here to go to the event page.

Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau Documents

CPCC Core Speakers Bureau Presentation 

Frequently Asked Questions

Speakers Bureau Instructions 

8 Facts that Explain What’s Wrong with American Healthcare 

AAFP Talking Points: Patient Centered Medical Home 

Transforming Primary Care: Building a Sustainable Network for Comprehensive Care Delivery

The Cost of Sustaining a Patient Centered Medical Home: Experience from 2 States 

The Moral Test 

Colorado Commission on Affordable Health Care: 2016 Report to the Colorado General Assembly and Colorado Governor

Direct Primary Care: An Alternative Payment Model to the Fee-For-Service Framework

Engaged Benefit Design: Adding Value to Insurance 

The Future of Family Medicine Version 2.0: Reflections from Pisacano Scholars 

Capacity & Access: Care in Colorado During Health Reform 

Nextera Healthcare Case Study 

Effective Payment for Primary Care: An Annotated Bibliography

PCMH Library 

PCMH Outcomes Study 2016: Does the Patient-Centered Medical Home Work? Yes, and…

PCMH Employers Infographic 

Find a list of DPC practices in Colorado here

Find a list of PCMH practices, by city, here (Please zoom into the list to read)

Speakers Bureau Members

Clint Flanagan, MD
Clint Flanagan, MD, is founder and CEO of Nextera Healthcare and North Vista Medical Center. Nextera Healthcare is Colorado’s first Direct Primary Care (DPC) program, established in 2009 and launched in 2011. Nextera Healthcare members are assessed an affordable monthly membership fee for unrestricted office visits and virtual consultations with healthcare providers at North Vista Medical Center and affiliate medical practices.   Voted “Best of the West Doctors 2014” by readers of YellowScene Magazine, Nextera Healthcare has established a network of clinics throughout Colorado, Florida and the Washington DC area.  North Vista Medical Center, voted 2012 Best Business by the Longmont Times-Call Reader’s Choice Awards, is a primary care hybrid practice in northern Colorado, with locations in Boulder, Frederick, Ft. Collins and Longmont.

Board certified in Family Medicine, a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and a full time practicing physician, Dr. Flanagan has been a fixture in Colorado healthcare for more than fifteen years and was named to the 2014 Top 20 Who’s Who in Direct Primary Care in the US.

Dr. Flanagan graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and completed his residency at St. Mary’s Family Medicine Program in Grand Junction, CO.  In addition to working as a Family Medicine physician, he has over fourteen years of experience as an emergency physician working in many underserved communities throughout Colorado and as far away as Iraq.

An accomplished healthcare visionary, Dr. Flanagan regularly contributes to policy discussions at the state and federal level to ensure healthcare providers have ample opportunity to deliver high quality, affordable and accessible care to families and businesses. He sits on the Steering Committee of the National Direct Primary Care Coalition and during their June 2014 Washington DC conference he had the opportunity to discuss DPC at the White House.  He has been invited to present his insights on the emergence and implementation of DPC to a wide range of groups, including medical students, residents and professional associations. His free time is spent enjoying his family and outdoor fitness pursuits in the Colorado Rockies.

Jamie Glover, MD, Colorado Springs
I am a family physician, wife, mom and veteran.  I served as a physician in the United States Air Force for nine years until 2008, practicing outpatient, hospital, obstetric, emergency and deployed medicine during that time. I was also on the teaching faculty at Eglin AFB Family Medicine Residency. After separating from the Air Force, I continued practicing medicine in varied settings as I followed my husband from state to state until his own retirement from the Air Force in 2015.

Those varied settings included medical practice for the un- and under-insured, HIV medicine, public health, palliative and hospice care, prison medicine, rural medicine, work in a privately-owned practice, work for a hospital-owned clinic, and work in a four-physician Direct Primary Care (DPC) clinic. I am currently the founder and solo-physician at my own DPC, Glover Family Medicine. I opened my doors in 2017. I am also currently appointed as an assistant clinical professor for the University of Colorado’s school of medicine.

​From my work in all of these settings, I have gained insight into many of the issues surrounding access to affordable primary care in our nation. I have lived and practiced in the Monument/Colorado Springs area since 2012 and we have chosen to settle here near our alma mater, the US Air Force Academy. I am ready to have my own clinic that cultivates a sense of community and where my patients have time to personally connect with me. We have two children. Our family enjoys supporting Air Force Academy athletics and living the mountain lifestyle.

R. Scott Hammond, MD, Westminster 
Dr. Hammond graduated from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Florida [AOA Medical Honor Society 1978], and the Mercy Medical Center Family Medicine Residency in Denver, Colorado [1983]. He has practiced at Westminster Medical Clinic (WMC) for 32 years and is Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado.

WMC is recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH – Level 3) since 2009, as well as, in their Diabetes and Heart/Stroke quality programs. The clinic was a Colorado Multi-Payer, Multi-State Patient-Centered Medical Home Pilot site from 2009 to 2012, and it received the PCMH Best Practice of the Year award in 2010 from the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians. In addition, following a rigorous nationwide review process, WMC was selected as 1 of 30 exemplary primary care practices by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2013 and participated in their Learnings from Effective Ambulatory Practices (LEAP) project from 2013-2017.

From 2008 to 2011, he was chair of the Colorado AFP’s PCMH Committee, and he served as the medical director for the Colorado Systems of Care/PCMH Initiative (directed by the Colorado Medical Society) from 2009 to 2011. He was selected as the 2011 Physician of the Year by the Colorado AFP. Dr. Hammond successfully integrated mental health into primary care through the Advancing Care Together (ACT) collaborative from 2012 to 2015 and continues this work in the State Innovation Model (SIM). He is currently Co-Chair of the Colorado Primary Care Collaborative (CPCC) and lectures nationally on the PCMH and the Medical Neighborhood.

Mark Hinman, MD
Dr. Mark Hinman is Board Certified in Family Medicine and an active solo practitioner providing both inpatient and outpatient care for Hinman Family Medicine in Longmont, Colorado.  He graduated from the University of Kansas, School of Medicine and completed his family medicine residency at Scott Air Force Base, IL.  After 4 years of service at the Ramstein Air Base Clinic in Germany, he joined his father’s practice in Longmont.  He currently serves as a member of the Longmont United Hospital Board and as a member of the Boulder Valley Independent Physician Association Board.   He has been an active leader in primary care practice transformation and his office has been recognized as a level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home by NCQA since 2011 as well as offering Direct Patient Care with Nextera.   He has participated in Medicare’s alternative payment initiative, the Comprehensive Primary Care Classic and  currently is participating in their follow up program, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus.

Michael J. Pramenko, MD, Grand Junction
Michael Pramenko is a 1995 graduate of Dartmouth Medical School. He currently works as a Family Physician and Executive Director for Primary Care Partners in Grand Junction, Colorado. In addition, Michael and his wife Karen are raising 3 children ages fourteen, thirteen and nine. His current practice includes patients of all ages and included obstetrics for the first ten years of his practice until late 2007.

Over the past ten years, in an effort to educate the public, he continues to write a column for the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on topics related to health reform. In 2007, because of his ongoing efforts on health policy issues, he was named Family Physician of the Year for Colorado by the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians. As an outspoken proponent of Grand Junction’s unique health care system, he has appeared on PBS’s Newshour, NPR’s Science Friday, and was interviewed by Tom Brokaw for NBC News. In addition, he has spoken at numerous conferences around the country.

Dr. Pramenko served as President of the Colorado Medical Society in 2011 and continues to be active in organized medicine at the local and state level. In June 2012, he assumed the role of Executive Director of Primary Care Partners – the largest Primary Care Practice in Western Colorado. And, as of 2015, he is Chairman of the Board for Monument Health – a clinically integrated network formed via a partnership between Primary Care Partners, St. Mary’s Hospital, and Rocky Mountain Health Plans.