A Discussion with NCQA: Health Plan Accreditation and HEDIS
Join the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for a discussion session around Health Plan Accreditation and HEDIS for Michigan health plans.
The purpose of this training is to provide an overview of updates to NCQA's Health Plan Accreditation Standards and HEDIS as well as how those products were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. NCQA leadership will also speak to the value of quality measurement. A significant portion of the training will be dedicated to answer learner questions. Learners are encouraged to submit their questions in advance through the form inside this course. Questions may also be submitted via the webinar Q&A feature during the live event.
This session is hosted by the Institute for Health Policy at Michigan State University.
Note: Times listed for this course are in Eastern Time.
Recordings from select Quality Innovation Series courses will be added as they become available. Registered learners will receive an email notification when a recording is available.
- A Deep Dive into Measures – HEDIS Measure Changes – Part 1
- Delivering Value Based Care Across the Care Continuum
- Telehealth and Homelessness: Lessons Learned Serving an Overlooked, High-Need Population
- A Deep Dive into Measures – HEDIS Measure Changes – Part 2
- The Three C’s of Quality During COVID-19: Communication, Compassion & Continuity
November 10, 2020
|1:00pm - 1:10pm||NCQA and IHP||Welcome and Introductions|
|1:10pm - 1:25pm||Lisa Slattery|
Impact of COVID-19 on Health Plan Accreditation and HEDIS
Value of Quality Measurement
|1:25pm - 1:40pm|
|Update on Health Plan Accreditation 2020 Implementation|
|1:40pm - 1:55pm||Wendy Talbot||Update on HEDIS|
|1:55pm - 2:55pm||All||Learner Q&A and Discussion|
|2:55pm - 3:00pm||NCQA and IHP||Closing Remarks|
Vice President, Accreditation and Recognition Operations - NCQA
AVP, Accreditation & Recognition Policy - NCQA
Director, Product Development - NCQA
AVP, Measure Collection & Audit - NCQA
Deputy Director, State Affairs - NCQA
This course does not offer continuing medical education credit.
- 1.00 Participation