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7.15.2013 Using physician groups or IPAs to distribute information to practitioners If an organization contracts with a physician group or IPA, may the physician group or IPA distribute information to its practitioners if covered in the contract? Does NCQA consider this contractual arrangement to be delegation?

The physician group or IPA may distribute information to its physicians if this language is in the contractual agreement. NCQA does not consider this to be delegation. The organization must provide the required information to the physician group or IPA.

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