Instruction is also available for credentialing, case management, specialty care. population health, wellness and health promotion, diabetes and heart/stroke care, and long-term services and supports.
The Multicultural Health Care (MHC) Distinction exemplifies care delivery excellence for by validating care delivery processes and interventions that are sensitive to the racial, cultural and linguistic difference of patient populations.
The overarching goal for vaxPACES is to improve patient health status through the translation of vaccination evidence-based guidelines into practice.
This course will provide health care professionals with the education needed to facilitate proper screening, follow-up and treatment for unhealthy alcohol use and alcohol use disorder (AUD).
This course will provide health care professionals with the education needed to properly identify and diagnose COPD, establish a treatment plan, monitor disease progression and utilize telemedicine to improve patient outcomes and reduce disease burden.
Through the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program, specialty practices that are committed to access, communication and care coordination can earn accolades as the “neighbors” that surround and inform the medical homes and colleagues in primary care
This OnDemand event provides an in-depth explanation of NCQA's credentialing standards.
This OnDemand event is designed for the new and seasoned participant preparing for NCQA's Population Health Program Accreditation.
This course examines opportunities for implementing a networkwide QI program through a population health lens, with a focus on behavioral health.
This course includes highlights from the recently developed NCQA guide on social determinants of health plans.
This course shares how a health provider prioritized a subset of quality measures targeted at high-risk patients.
For so long, the goal to improve health care has focused on primary care quality and overlooked the significance of specialist care's contributions toward that goal.
This course presents a panel discussion about the telehealth experiences of a provider and patient/patient advocates, from when an appointment is made through the after-visit follow-up.