Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • 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.
  • HEDIS
$0.00
NCQA staff outline the data results for the new measures collected.
  • 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
  • Other Programs
$0.00
This session discusses the foundational components necessary to build and maintain a reliable credentialing program.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
$0.00
An NCQA PCMH CCE, Dr. Young will share his primary research and experience with health care disparities and patient-centered care.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
$0.00
Join us for a discussion with Karen Ignagni, EmblemHealth’s CEO, as she shares its companies’ commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse membership while navigating the epicenter of the pandemic.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
$0.00
Join our panel of NCQA faculty and clinicians as they share best practices on how to implement and fine-tune your telehealth platform to ensure delivery of patient-centered care—today, and in the future.
  • HEDIS
$0.00
NCQA staff will discuss the rationale behind retiring measures and developing new ones, share feedback from public comment—an important part of the development process—and outline updates to existing measures.
  • HEDIS
$0.00
Hear insight from three health plans that are using Electronic Clinical Data Systems measures, NCQA’s newest quality reporting method, which allows unusual insight into care quality.
$0.00
The combination of COVID-related quarantines and a fee-for-service payment system focused on in-person care has threatened its financial existence, even though the need for strong primary care has never been more urgent. This session will identify a range of community-responsive innovations that have emerged and will review what has enabled those innovations.

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