Summer School: 3 Recent Webinars Cover Quality Priorities

July 19, 2023 · Andy Reynolds

Slides and recordings of three NCQA webinars the past three weeks form a concise quality primer for professionals new to the field, and a handy update for quality veterans eager to keep current.

The Universal Foundation

On July 14, leaders from government and industry discussed Aligning Quality Measures Across CMS: What the Universal Foundation Means for You.

Get the slides or watch a recording.

There was a lot to cover and time ran short. We’ll need to continue the conversation in other webinars.

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Digital Measurement Midyear News & Preview

On July 6, three NCQA executives leading our move to digital measurement updated the measurement community on what’s new and what’s coming in digital measurement.

Get the slides or watch a recording.

Fireside Chat: Medicaid in the Pacific Northwest

On June 30, Dr. Christopher Chen, the Medicaid Medical Director in Washington State, sat down with NCQA President, Peggy O’Kane, for a Fireside Chat.

Dr. Chen and Peggy tackled huge topics: payment reform, primary care support, behavioral health, digital quality measurement—and even climate change.

It was a refreshing discussion between like-minded, dedicated advocates.

 Watch a recording of the webinar.

Tell our Public Policy team if you’d like to be invited to future Fireside Chats featuring other government officials.

The Bottom Line

  • Don’t let the vacations and holidays you associate with summer mislead you. Quality advocates have been getting a lot done and learning a lot this summer.
  • Scroll to the Webinar Archives of our Future of HEDIS page for slides, transcripts and recordings of earlier webinars.
  • In-depth instruction on many topics is available from the NCQA Education Department.


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