Speakers Bureau

NCQA’s Speakers Bureau serves to promote NCQA’s mission and our health care quality improvement initiatives through dynamic and informative presentations. Our speakers are experienced both in the health care industry and in public speaking. They offer expertise in their subject areas and together, they offer a wide variety of topics including:

  • Accreditation, Quality Measurement and Improvement
  • Patient-Centered Medical Home and Patient-Centered Specialty Practice
  • Accountable Care Organizations
  • Clinician Level Measurement and Reporting: Diabetes and Heart/Stroke
  • Consumers and Patient Engagement
  • Credentialing
  • Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®)
  • Health Care Policy: Health Care Reform and Delivery System Reform
  • Health Information Technology and Electronic Medical Records
  • Marketplaces
  • Medicaid and Medicare: Dual Eligibles (people with Medicare and Medicaid), Managed Care
  • Narrow Networks
  • Wellness and Health Promotion

Request a NCQA Speaker

To request a speaker, complete the Online Speaker Request Form or complete and return the PDF Speaker Request Form* to NCQA Speakers Bureau by e-mail or fax.

NCQA requires an honorarium and reimbursement of speakers’ travel expenses. The amount of honorarium is based on the speaker’s position in the organization, length of presentation, preparation time and travel time required. 

* Please save the PDF file on your computer first before filling it out.

NCQA Speakers Bureau
1100 13th St. NW, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Fax: 202-955-3599
E-mail: SpeakersBureau@ncqa.org

Praise for Our Speakers

“Peggy, as often as I have seen you, I am always struck anew by your quick wit, your tart wisdom and the obvious pleasure you take in putting them to use! Thank you for your willingness to participate and your splendid contributions to the discussion.”

Lucile O. Hanscom
Executive Director
Picker Institute

"A thoughtful resource for many business leaders who can easily become jaded to the transactional nature of health care."

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