Welcome to the CCCW Website - Provider Network
Community Care Connections of Wisconsin (CCCW) is a state-certified Managed Care Organization. We are contracted through the State Of Wisconsin Family Care Program to support the health, medical and long-term care outcomes of our members who are elderly or adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities. Our service region includes the north central counties of Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Portage, and Wood, and the counties of Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Polk, Price, Rusk, Sawyer and Washburn in northwest Wisconsin. Fourteen (14) CCCW offices are located throughout the service region, with the Administrative Center being located in Stevens Point. Over 5,400 members are currently served by CCCW on a daily basis.
CCCW has developed and maintains a state-certified network of providers to support the identified outcomes of our members. “Providers” is a general term used for organizations and businesses that provide health, medical and long-term care supports and services to our membership. Over 1,400 providers currently are under contract with our organization. CCCW is committed to ensuring that our provider network has the adequacy and capacity to support the outcomes of our members, and maintain a constant interest in expanding our network size and scope.
Community Care Connections of Wisconsin is equally committed to assuring that our providers demonstrate competency and quality in the provision of service to our members.
Provider Portal and Authorizations:
Access & Updates
Scholarship Opportunity for Dementia Specific Training
*Residential Providers: Participation counts toward annual in-service training hours.
LTCFS Brief Overviews
CCCW Events & Updates
Free One Day conference for CNAs and PCWs
Please see the event flyer here.
Monroe Clinic and the Center for Aging Research and Education (CARE) at the UW-Madison School of Nursing are organizing a free one-day conference for CNA's and PCWs in Monroe on Monday, June 13. Topics include caring for people living with dementia, aging and vision, sustaining mobility in older adults, and managing stress. Lunch is included and registration is required before June 6. For more information or to register, visit: http://www.son.wisc.edu/CNA-PCW-conference-June-2016-Monroe.htm
Scholarship Opportunity for Dementia Specific Training (New courses added April 2016!)
CLICK HERE to read about a scholarship opportunity related to Dementia specific training. A description of available trainings along with a list of all targeted audiences is attached at the end of the opportunity letter. Thank you for your participating in developing a Dementia Capable Wisconsin
1-2 Bed AFH Webcast Training and Exception Reports
The Department of Health Services (DHS) created a website dedicated to the Wisconsin Medicaid Standards for Certified 1-2 Bed Adult Family Homes. The website can be found at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/regulations/afh/1-2bed. Additional items have been posted on the website as follows:
1. The webcast training for the 1-2 Bed Adult Family Home Standards; and
2. Report Exceptions to 1-2 Bed Adult Family Home Standards (for certifying agency).