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Commonwealth Care Alliance
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Transforming the nation’s healthcare for people with significant needs

About Commonwealth Care Alliance®

Based in Boston, Commonwealth Care Alliance® (CCA) is a not-for-profit, integrated care system influencing innovative models of complex care nationwide. Mission-based and person-centered, CCA is singularly focused on sustainable and evidence-based healthcare breakthroughs that fill important gaps in care and improve the health and well-being of people with significant needs. This includes advocating for affordable, high-quality, and cost-effective healthcare policies that lead to healthcare equity for the individuals who need it most.

CCA’s unique model of uncommon care® has achieved an unparalleled track record of improved health and quality outcomes and lower costs of care. In 2021, CCA began a multi-year, mission-aligned geographic diversification growth strategy to extend its proven care model throughout the United States. With its newly launched health plans in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and recent acquisitions in California and Michigan, CCA serves more than 100,000 individuals across four states.

Enterprise Fast Facts

Headshot of Commonwealth Care Alliance President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher D. Palmieri

Christopher D. Palmieri

President and CEO


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It takes uncommon care® to produce uncommon results

Members engaging with CCA care teams monthly1
Members receiving CCA care and support for at least nine years who are still living in their home or community2

Our Mission

To improve the health and well-being of people with significant needs by innovating, coordinating, and providing the highest-quality, individualized care.

To learn more about CCA

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1Percent of ICO and SCO members weighted together who have at least 1 qualifying touch by a care team member within a given month

2Percent of Senior Care Options members in Massachusetts