Case Management Accreditation

Case management is a vital part of the health care delivery system. It’s a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet comprehensive medical, behavioral and social needs of patients and their families while promoting quality, cost-effective outcomes.

Related Programs

Long-Term Services and Supports Distinction

Long-Term Services and Supports Distinction evaluates NCQA-Accredited case management organizations that coordinate LTSS and want to demonstrate they have the processes to effectively deliver person-centered care.

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Multicultural Health Care Distinction

Multicultural Health Care identifies organizations that lead the market in providing culturally and linguistically sensitive services, and working to reduce health care disparities.

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Virtual Onsite Renewal Survey

Want to save some time on your renewal survey? NCQA offers a virtual organization renewal survey for some accreditation and certification programs. Learn More.