About the GCC

Launched in 2014, The GCC represents a diverse set of stakeholders in the health care system, including large hospital systems, patients and advocates, primary care and behavioral health providers, and faith-based communities. By working together, the GCC believes that New Jersey’s Medicaid system can become the national model for delivering better care at lower costs to everyone, every day.



The Good Care Collaborative has a coalition structured in three segments: a Steering Committee, Legal Committee, and Statewide Collaborators. We also welcome organizations to become members of the Good Care Collaborative.

The Good Care Collaborative (GCC) is committed to actively engaging diverse perspectives from across the healthcare spectrum in a dialogue about how to improve quality and decrease costs of services for vulnerable Medicaid patients.  In that effort, we are soliciting organizations to sign on as members of the GCC  to increase its reach and impact around the state. We encourage our current members to attend our site visits, increase awareness of this coalition through listservs and social media, and to recommend and/or encourage other stakeholders to join in our effort to repair a costly, broken and unhealthy system.

We ask that your organization consider signing on as a member of the GCC. Please take the time to review this GCC Member Support Letter and Membership Pledge, sign and return to Hilary Pearsall by email at hpearsall@camdenhealth.org . We also ask that you send the names of three other organizations you believe support our mission and that we should target for membership.

View the members of the Good Care Collaborative