If you need a primary care doctor, CCA Primary Care clinics can provide expert care tailored to your needs, including disabilities or age-related and chronic illnesses.
Get the care you need to help you live safely and independently at home
Part of uncommon care® means creating uncommon relationships. That’s why at Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA), we work with you to understand your needs and provide the care that can keep you living safely at home for as long as possible.
Based on your unique needs, you may get access to a care team skilled in a variety of services, including nursing care, primary care, and behavioral health. Plus, we can connect you to important resources, like access to housing and food.
Based on your needs, a CCA care team can:
- Develop a care plan just for you
- Work with your doctors, family, and caregivers
- Help you manage your medications
- Work with you to manage health conditions and discuss treatment options
- Answer any questions you or your loved ones may have
CCA plans are designed to help you get more from your Medicare or MassHealth (Medicaid) coverage. This includes $0 prescription drugs, $0 dental services, $0 medical deductibles, no referrals, and more!
CCA plans are highly rated by our members and by Medicare & Medicaid
The Centers for Medicaid & Medicaid Services (CMS) rated
CCA Senior Care Options 5 out of 5 stars for 2022.1
For five consecutive years,2 CCA One Care earned a top overall experience rating from consumers; in 2020, CCA earned 93%.
1Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.
2Based on the 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) surveys.
For some health plans, CCA offers care teams based on individual needs. Some members may not require the support of a care team. Members can also choose to not work with a CCA care team.
The benefit information provided here is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. Benefits, formulary, pharmacy and/or provider networks may change on January 1 of each year. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply.