Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
NCQA staff for HEDIS, Accreditation and Certification are available on Fridays to answer questions from Quality Innovation Series attendees about NCQA products.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
Join Dr. Osman (Ozzie) Ahmed, an expert in population health management and analytics, as he outlines the critical components of a population health program.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
Join us for a conversation about the successes, challenges and lessons learned from safety net providers who have shown that telehealth can be a standard part of high-quality care, especially for vulnerable populations.
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
In the midst of a global pandemic, Louisiana Healthcare Connections adopted an innovative strategy to ensure uninterrupted access to quality, coordinated care for one of the state’s most vulnerable populations. By incorporating direct outreach to high-risk members, increasing telehealth access and implementing protocols for addressing social determinants of health, this Medicaid health plan is working aggressively to improve outcomes in spite of the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
Dr. Weaver will describe the VHA’s history and promotion of telemental health and how this facilitated a rapid scale-up during the initial COVID-19 response period.
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
NCQA staff for HEDIS, Accreditation and Certification are available on Fridays to answer questions from Quality Innovation Series attendees about NCQA products. Sessions are unstructured.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
$0.00
COVID has increased the sense of social and physical isolation in our society. Clinicians are experiencing tremendous strain as they adapt to a “new normal” that has magnified the flaws in the U.S. health care system, and patients are adapting to that system under strain in unprecedented ways. What would happen if patients and physicians came together virtually to (re)connect, talk openly about their experiences, support one another and find the silver lining that might show a better way forward?