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Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • 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.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
$0.00
In this session, we’ll share what we’ve learned through these surveys and the unique challenges faced by primary care practices as they seek to provide access and comprehensive care while ensuring the safety of patients and staff—and the survival of their practice.  
  • 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.
  • HEDIS
$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.
  • 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.
  • HEDIS
$0.00
Digital quality measures create more efficient data collection and reporting and better accountability at all levels. NCQA presents a panel of experts to discuss allowable adjustments, digital measures and the new HEDIS timeline.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
$0.00
NCQA staff for Recognition are available on Fridays to answer questions from Quality Innovation Series attendees about NCQA products. Sessions are unstructured.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
$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.
$0.00
This session will outline the COVID-19 response and recovery plans for Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Primary Care.

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