The CCA Clinical Guidelines represent the current standard of care for screening and/or management of specific diseases for which there are special considerations that apply to the complex health and social conditions of our members.
Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) strongly supports the use of evidence-based medicine and decision-making. We include the following information to provide quality resources to assist providers in taking care of their patients who have complex care needs. Guidelines can be used as a point of reference when making decisions regarding the care of a patient. We believe shared decision-making between the clinician and patient results in the best outcomes.
We hope that the following guidelines are helpful in decision-making. They have been developed by recognized experts and reviewed by the CCA Clinical and Practice Guidelines Committee.
Guidelines and Assessment Tools
|GUIDELINES||SOURCE/DATE||CCA APPROVED DATE|
|Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines||2019 USPSTF||September 2022|
|Disability Competent Care (Webinar)||Resources for Integrated Care 2017||September 2022|
|Depression Screening for At Risk Individuals||2016 USPSTF||September 2022|
|Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain||CDC 2017||September 2022|
|TOPIC||SOURCE||CCA APPROVED DATE|
|PHQ-9 Spanish||SAMHSA||September 2022|
|AUDIT Spanish||WHO||September 2022|
|DAST Spanish||CDC||September 2022|