Multicultural Health Care Publications
The 2010 MHC Standards and Guidelines and Survey Tool are effective July 1, 2010.
Standards and Guidelines for Distinction in Multicultural Health Care (MHC)
This publication outlines the standards and features explanations and examples of how to meet the standards, scoring guidelines, points and accreditation outcomes. Eligibility requirements, application information and policies and procedures are also included.
Note: Purchase of the Standards and Guidelines is not necessary when purchasing the Survey Tool.
2010 MHC Standards and Guidelines E-Pub
Survey Tool for Distinction in Multicultural Health Care
The Survey Tool includes all information needed to prepare and submit materials for an NCQA survey. Organizations applying for Distinction must complete the Survey Tool and submit it to NCQA to begin the survey process.
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2010 MHC Survey Tool (Effective 7/1/10 - )
Application for the Distinction in Multicultural Health Care
This application provide s all materials required to apply for an NCQA MHC Distinction survey and includes pricing information, policies and procedures and the survey agreement.
2010 MHC Application
Item # 10902-150-10
Abbreviated Standards for the Distinction in Multicultural Health Care
A high-level overview of the Multicultural Health Care program, including standards and element information. This document is provided for information-only. If pursuing Distinction, purchase the MHC Survey Tool.
2010 MHC Standards (Abbreviated) E-Pub
Item # 10900-301-10
Implementing Multicultural Health Care Standards: Ideas and Examples
This publication is a companion to the MHC Standards and Guidelines and is organized according to the MHC standards. It offers ideas and examples to aid in the implementation of the standards and presents the research evidence supporting the standards.
This publication is available at no cost online.