Our Public Policy team regularly submits comment letters to federal and state entities on a broad range of health care topics. Read our most recent comment letters below.
NCQA is pleased to provide comments on CMS’s considerations for the future of digital quality measurement and principles for measuring health care disparities across CMS quality programs.
NCQA is pleased to provide comments on the proposals and considerations outlined for USCDI version 3.
NCQA is pleased to provide comments on the strategic framework to guide AHRQ’s PCORTF investments.
NCQA provides CMS feedback on promoting electronic clinical data for quality reporting for Star Ratings
NCQA urges Congress to modernize exchange of electronic health information to prepare for future pandemics
NCQA provides CMS feedback on requiring Health Equity Accreditation for Exchange Issuers
NCQA is proud to share the following steps we have taken (and the steps we plan to take) to drive quality measurement toward a digital future—we believe many of these steps align closely with the vision described in the RFI and should contribute to CMS’s goal of fully digital reporting by 2025.
NCQA supports proposals to streamline prior authorization, electronic data sharing, and standards for electronic exchange of social risk data.
NCQA describes how moving to digital quality can help leverage technology to improve chronic care management for older, underserved adults.
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NCQA told PTAC that telehealth can be a critical tool in advancing a well-coordinated, patient-centered and value-optimized health care system and that value-based payment models are well-suited to leverage telehealth’s potential.
NCQA urges the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to improve patient matching by working to establish unique patient identifiers.