Keyword: National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
Kaiser and Aetna received high marks for their Medicare plans thanks to an emphasis on prevention.
Michael Kanter, M.D., explains how the Southern California Permanente Medical Group cut opioid prescriptions.
During Women's Day at an Omaha, Nebraska, patient-centered medical home, patients got a manicure along with their routine screenings.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance wants to see the government make quality reporting easier for patient-centered medical homes.
A new MACRA program lets physicians join quality reporting forces. Five experts weigh the pros and cons.
Ten groups are asking HHS Secretary Tom Price to expand options under MACRA for physicians to include advanced APMs that are part of Medicare Advantage plans.
Federal and commercial health plans have failed to collect information on race, ethnicity and language despite ACA requirements.
It wasn’t an easy transition, say the doctors at a Virginia pediatric practice that achieved certification as a patient-centered medical home.
Though most health plans rated by the NCQA this year landed in the middle of the pack, those that performed highest shared several common traits.