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Health Plan Accreditation National Summit

February 19-20, 2020
Luxor Hotel | Las Vegas, NV

Crucial Insights for Success with NCQA’s* 2020 Standards for Processes, Policies & Procedures
Plus a Comparison with URAC and AAAHC Accreditation

Don’t Lose Ranking on the New Accreditation Star Ratings System

Don’t be taken by surprise by a low Star rating—get the information you need now to come out on top in the new, more complicated ratings

Don’t Miss One of the New Must-Pass Elements

Hear an in-depth examination of NCQA’s* crucial changes for 2020 including a number of new must-pass elements

Improve Results on All the Key Standards

Hear the innovative insights and best practices you need to boost results for all the main NCQA* standards

Get the Inside Scoop from Other Health Plan Professionals

Attend the only conference featuring proven strategies for success that you can put to use at your own plan

Key topics will include

  • Examining NCQA’s* new 2020 star rating system for accreditation
  • Overcoming the most common pitfalls in health plan accreditation
  • Aligning your health plan for accreditation success
  • Leveraging mock surveys and preparation for review to optimize results
  • Strategies for success with standards for:

    • Population Health and Complex Case Management
    • Credentialing/Network Management
    • Utilization Management
    • Delegation
    • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)

Organizations That Attend

Thoughts From Your Peers

“Attendees were very knowledgeable, as were presenters.”
Danae Silva with Premera Blue Cross
“Good insight into what other payers are doing. Validity around pain points.”
Karen DePasquale with UPMC Health Plan
“It was very well organized. Lots of great information.”
Nicole Gallagher with Capital Blue Cross

“I have been inspired to keep pushing for increased data governance, intervention innovations, and creative engagement with providers.”
Yaw Ofosu with Health Care Service Corporation
“Broad range of presentations with specific and applicable recommendations.”
Karl Weimer with UnitedHealth Group
“Great synergy with key stakeholders with shared common goals as well as common barriers.”
Michelle Passaretti with Geisinger Health


*National Committee for Quality Assurance
**Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®) is a registered trademark of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).

NCQA is not affiliated with this Summit and does not endorse the content presented at this event.

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