Care Connectivity Consortium (CCC)

At a Glance
  • Status: Active Consortium
  • Year Launched: 2012
  • Initiating Organization: Healtheway
  • Initiator Type: Health-care organization
  • No disease focus
  • Location: North America


The Care Connectivity Consortium (CCC) is working to address and overcome the most critical and key challenges to effective health information exchange (HIE), to make HIE technologies more versatile and valuable for patients, caregivers, and healthcare organizations. By developing improved technologies for comprehensive, secure, reliable, and innovative HIE, CCC aims to enable healthcare provider organizations nationwide to deliver better, timelier, and more informed patient care.


CCC is a consortium of healthcare providers pursuing innovations in interoperability services for HIE. Its aim is to lower the barrier for improved HIE capabilities, to accelerate the adoption and value for all care providers and their patients. Its mission is to develop solutions that enhance the capabilities and performance of current HIE technologies; offer these solutions to the broader HIE community; and enable secure, reliable, and effective sharing of data among disparate health record systems.

Consortium History

CCC was founded in 2011.

Structure & Governance

Network Board:

Frank Richards
Senior Vice President, Information Technology; Chief Information Officer
Geisinger Health System

Stanley M. Huff, M.D.
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
Intermountain Healthcare

Jamie Ferguson
Kaiser Permanente Fellow, Institute for Health Policy; Vice President, Health Information Technology Strategy & Policy
Kaiser Permanente

Christopher Ross
Chief Information Officer
Mayo Clinic

Points of Contact

Sponsors & Partners

Geisinger Health System

Group Health Cooperative                            

Intermountain Healthcare                            

Kaiser Permanente

Mayo Clinic


Last Updated: 04/14/2016

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