Title Category Credit Event date Cost
Improving Health System Management of Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diabetes and Physician Quality Before and During COVID
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
11/10/2020 $0.00 Jessica Schappacher, a CCE consultant, will discuss a grant-funded collaboration with the Florida Department of Health’s Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention and the University of Central Florida College of Medicine’s HealthARCH to improve the performance of Floridian health systems’ management of hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes (including pre-diabetes), and improve physician quality of care through clinical processes, clinical quality measurement and implementation of evidence-based intervention referral systems.
Technology Hub: Demonstration of the Redesigned IDSS for HEDIS Data Reporting - Session 2
  • HEDIS
11/13/2020 $0.00 The Interactive Data Submission System (IDSS) is a web-based platform used to collect HEDIS® results. Organizations can access templates and resources for data imports and exports, manage user access, import data for HEDIS submission and report on submissions. This demonstration of the redesigned IDSS is for health care organizations and vendors submitting data to NCQA for HEDIS reporting.
Knowing and Managing Your Patients “Deconstructed”
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
11/17/2020 $0.00 This session will break down the most challenging KM criteria into understandable components of an overall comprehensive assessment and discuss how to use data to identify and segment populations and drive decision making for services offered to those populations.
Measurement Year 2021 Reporting HEDIS Audit Updates
  • HEDIS
11/17/2020 $0.00 During this session, NCQA staff will review and discuss HEDIS audit updates and enhancements.
Driving Organizational Quality through Credentialing Accreditation and Peer Review
  • Other Programs
11/18/2020 $0.00 In this webinar, attendees will get first hand insights from a large health system that has met the challenge of aligning to NCQA CR Accreditation requirements and what they found to be best practices in driving a high functioning peer-review credentialing committee.
Providing Holistic Pediatric Primary Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic & What Comes Next
11/19/2020 $0.00 This session will outline the COVID-19 response and recovery plans for Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Primary Care.
Leveraging Telehealth in Primary Care: How use of Telehealth Meets PCMH Criteria
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
12/01/2020 $0.00 For practices that have integrated telehealth into their workflow, this session will highlight how those changes can meet core and elective criteria in PCMH Recognition.
Targeted Digital and Telephonic messaging as effective support and engagement tools during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
12/03/2020 $0.00 This presentation explores the critical importance of follow-up messages and/or virtual meetings with patients and their family members to care plan implementation, ongoing support and reevaluation.
Technology Hub: Demonstration of Q-PASS for NCQA Recognition Surveys - Session 2
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
12/04/2020 $0.00 Q-PASS is a web-based platform used to manage the survey process for NCQA Recognition. Organizations can access the standards, manage user access, complete NCQA agreements, schedule virtual check-ins and submit evidence for surveyor review. This demonstration is for professionals who are preparing for NCQA Recognition, leading the readiness evaluation team or teaching others about NCQA’s survey process. There will be a live Q&A with presenters following the session. Note: Times listed for this session are in Eastern Time.
How the Patient-Clinician Relationship Will Help Us Survive the Pandemic
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Health Plan Accreditation
  • HEDIS
12/08/2020 $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?

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