In the Maturity Model, the activities that need to be managed in order to deliver integrated care have been grouped into 12 dimensions, each of which addresses part of the overall effort. By considering each dimension, assessing the current situation, and allocating a measure of maturity within that domain, it is possible for a country or region to develop a radar diagram which reveals areas of strengths and also gaps in capability.
To ensure that the Maturity Model is even more accessible, it has been translated and adopted into nine different languages:
As the value of the SCIROCCO Exchange Maturity Model has become more well understood, there has been interest in testing and using it in different environments. There are now two new versions of the Maturity Model. The two new areas which the Model has been adapted and used are Innovation and Digital Neighbourhood.