Case Management Accreditation

NCQA’s Case Management Accreditation is a comprehensive, evidence-based accreditation program dedicated to quality improvement that can be used for case management programs in provider, payer or community-based organizations. Lessons learned from our experience evaluating case management and care coordination in patient-centered primary care settings and population health care organizations are included. NCQA’s Case Management Accreditation is the only program that focuses on ensuring the organization has process to ensure safe transitions.

NCQA’s Case Management Accreditation:

       
  • Directly addresses how case management services are delivered, not just the organization’s internal administrative processes.
  • Gets right to the core of care coordination and quality of care.
  • Is designed for a wide variety of organizations. It is appropriate for health plans, providers, population health management organizations, and community-based case management organizations.

For organizations that are already accredited, certified or recognized by NCQA, the Case Management Accreditation program completes a commitment to the highest degree of quality improvement.

 

In-Depth CM Accreditation Information

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