Advanced Delegation: Maintaining Successful Relationships
Day One: Wednesday, March 9, 2022; 12:30-4:30pm ET
Day Two: Thursday, March 10, 2022; 12:30-4:30pm ET
Advanced Delegation: Establishing and Maintaining Successful Relationships
Through this two-part interactive course, faculty leads participants through prevalent issues and opportunities to enable harmonious coordination between health plans and delegates. This course blends open forum discussions, peer learning, breakout group activities and lectures with live Q&A. In addition to critiquing delegation agreements, this course discusses strategies for promoting successful relationships.
Participants are expected to have a working knowledge of the Delegation standards for Health Plan Accreditation (HPA). Stakeholders new to the HPA standards are encouraged to complete the introductory course “Explaining HPA Standards for Delegation” prior to attending this workshop. Both health plans and delegates are highly encouraged to join.
All attendees of the live session will receive a copy of the recording and presentation, which will also be available as an on-demand course.
To inquire about group training rates, complete our online form.
Benefits and Resources
- Presentation slides.
- Recording of live session.
- Live Q&A.
- Scenarios for applied learning.
- NCQA surveyor’s perspective of the stand.
- Delegation Overview.
- Oversight Functions.
- Delegation Agreements.
- Providing Member Data to the Delegate(s).
- Relationship Building Strategies in Delegation.
This course is geared to directors, managers, specialists, coordinators, consultants, contractors and other professionals who have a stake in the scope of work for:
- Accreditation and quality assurance.
- Case management and utilization management.
- Compliance and regulations.
- Contracting and procurement.
- Credentialing and provider relations.
- Performance and quality management.
- Population health management.
- Construct a strategy to maintain or enhance a successful delegation relationship.
- Evaluate how to prepare and present delegation information for an NCQA survey.
- Demonstrate understanding of content and attributes for delegation agreements.
- Critique scenarios for effective delegation management.
- Exchange best practices pertaining to delegation and the delegation process.
Veronica Locke, MSHA
Veronica Locke, MHSA is a process consultant with the Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining HCSC, Veronica was a consultant for The Mihalik Group, providing healthcare-related consulting services. Her areas of expertise include quality assessment and improvement; credentialing; delegation; disease management accreditation/certification; population health management; multicultural health care.
Veronica is the former Senior Manager of Accreditation Policy for the National Committee for Quality Assurance. She was actively involved in the development and maintenance of the standards and guidelines of NCQA's Accreditation and Certification programs, specifically Health Plan, Disease Management and Multicultural Health Care Distinction programs. As a member of the Policy team, one of her major responsibilities was to serve as a content champion when providing policy clarifications and trainings internally and externally.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health from the University of Maryland, College Park and her Master of Health Systems Administration Degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
This live course grants 4.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) points for PCMH Certified Content Experts.
* Please note – You must attend the entire program to be eligible for total number of contact hours.
Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) endorses the Standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education which specify that sponsors of continuing medical education activities and presenters at and planners for these activities disclose any relevant financial relationships either party might have with commercial companies whose products or services are discussed in educational presentations.
For sponsors, relevant financial relationships include large research grants, institutional agreements for joint initiatives, substantial gifts, or other relationships that benefit the institution. For presenters or planning committee members, relevant financial relationships include the receipt of research grants from a commercial company, consultancies, honoraria, travel, or other benefits, or having a self-managed equity interest in a company; or having an immediate family member or partner with such a relationship.
Disclosure of a relationship is not intended to suggest or condone bias in any presentation but is made to provide participants with information that might be of potential importance to their evaluation of a presentation.
Relevant financial relationships exist with the following companies/organizations:
Veronica Locke: None
Additional Planning Committee Members:
Vince Pereira: None
This program was developed in part by NCQA staff.
This program received no commercial support.
- 1.00 Participation
- 4.00 PCMH CCE