Continuity of Care Maturity Model (CCMM)
A strategic framework to guide continuity of care implementation
Created to help optimise outcomes for health system and patient alike, the Continuity of Care Maturity Model (CCMM) outlines the progressive capabilities healthcare organisations need to possess in order to seamlessly coordinate patient care across multiple care sites.
The model addresses the convergence of interoperability, information exchange, care coordination, patient engagement and analytics with the ultimate goal of holistic individual and population health management. It reports a care system’s maturity in eight stages - stage 0: low maturity to Stage 7: high maturity.
Be ready to implement action-oriented, strategically focused deliverables and gain perspective direction to drive value-based care forward.
How do I get my score?
CCMM scores may be obtained through participation in our CCMM survey.
Take the first step to gaining your score by contacting us.
What are the benefits?
Participants receive their CCMM score as well as a detailed report highlighting current gaps and recommendations to build your adoption plan and continuity of care strategy.
Patient engagement direction
Move towards patient-centred care with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) access and input, personalised alerts and patient-specific health goals.
Care coordination shaping
Coordinate care across care settings and teams with alerts and reduced errors.
Health Information Exchange modelling
Drive towards consolidated EMR with semantic interoperability.
Analytics competency guidance
Bolster both patient level personalised clinical decision support and population health management.
Healthcare market recognition for CCMM Stage 6 and 7 organisations
Announcement of your accomplishment at major HIMSS events, promotion of your organisation’s case study, use of the CCMM Stage 6 and 7 logo on your website.
For more information contact John Rayner, Regional Director, HIMSS Analytics, HIMSS Europe and HIMSS UK, at John.Rayner@himss-uk.org