Education and Training

Whether you are a clinician, a practice administrator, a quality improvement professional from a health plan or a credentialing professional, we have the right education and training opportunities for you. You can attend an in-person seminar and meet other professionals like you or attend live and on-demand training from the comfort of your home or office. You can also participate in learning activities and events that NCQA brings to you with its partners in continuing education.

Health Plan Accreditation & Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set 

NCQA offers education and training opportunities that help health plans and quality improvement staff meet their quality goals. Formats include live, in-person seminars, live webinars and on demand webinars,covering a wide range of topics including Health Plan Accreditation and HEDIS updates. Learn more.

Credentialing, Case Management and Other Programs

For quality improvement staff and other health care professionals, we offer live, in-person seminars, live webinars and on demand webinars on a wide range of topics including credentialing, utilization management and long-term services and supports. Learn more.

Speakers Bureau 

NCQA has a wealth of speakers who give dynamic and informative presentations at national and regional conferences on various health care topics. See a list of speakers and topics and submit a speaker request for your next event here. Learn more.

Patient-Centered Medical Home & Patient-Centered Specialty Practices 

Our live, in-person seminars, webinars and on demand training for clinicians and practices aim at meeting practices’ quality goals and improving patient care. We cover a wide range of topics that are suitable for clinicians in primary care and specialty practices. Learn more.

Other Recognition Programs 

Designed for clinicians and administrators in primary, specialty and other ambulatory care, live, online and on-demand training covers topics on diabetes, heart/stroke and clinical integration and communication between primary and ambulatory care. Learn more.

Onsite Training 

If you have a group of 20 or more participants, we can also bring our in-person seminars to you. You’ll have the flexibility of choosing your date and time while saving travel costs. Learn more.