Courses and Events
Federal rules require state Medicaid managed care programs to develop a quality strategy that includes a plan to "identify, evaluate, and reduce... health disparities based on age, race, ethnicity, sex, primary language, and disability status."
Behavioral health continues to be at the forefront of health care, affecting quality of life and health outcomes, and the pandemic's impact has increased the number of patients who could benefit from behavioral health integration in primary care practices
The Quality Innovation Series is a collection of educational activities on a variety of topics. The All Access Series Pass provides the entire comprehensive curriculum of sessions for the whole Series.
This course examines treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) from a clinical and research perspective. The session will provide an overview of approved medications, pharmacology and efficacy, and access issues to medications for treating OUD.
This course is an opportunity to learn how the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island helped integrated behavioral health (IBH) practices respond to COVID by tele-IBH implementation and earn Behavioral Health Distinction.
Join NCQA faculty and an NCQA 2020–2021 CCE Quality Award Winner for a review of key strategies.
Adversity often sparks ingenuity, and this year has been full of challenges and adversity of PCMH practices across the country.
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.
Social determinants of health (SDOH) are conditions of environment—where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship and age—that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality-of-life outcomes and risks.