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 supports House & Senate bills to require continuous 12-month coverage for everyone in Medicaid and CHIP, which is essential for improving and measuring quality.
NCQA urges CMS to provide maximum flexibility on new supplemental benefits for the chronically ill that are not primarily health related.
NCQA urged the Veterans Administration to require Patient-Centered Connected Care recognition for non-VA urgent and retail care clinics.
NCQA describes our policies and procedures for preventing conflicts of interest in our health plan accreditation program.
NCQA urges ONC to transfer eMeasure certification testing to our more robust methodology.
NCQA supports proposals to expand telehealth, unify D-SNP appeals and share Parts A & B data with Part D-only drug plans.
NCQA urges the VA to use our programs and expertise to help meeting MISSION Act implementation challenges.
NCQA urges House & Senate leaders on opioid legislation to adopt House language allowing data sharing of addiction record to improve care coordination and expand access.
NCQA urges CMS to give PCMH/PCSPs MACRA auto-credit for their extensive use of health IT & let more low-volume clinicians join virtual groups.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) is greatly interested in developing an AAPM proposal and is discussing this with medical specialty societies, health systems and states who share our interest.
NCQA urges CMS to waive Stark self-referral rules for Alternative Payment Models to promote and enhance value-based care.
NCQA endorses Reps. Kelly & Kind's bill requiring HHS to study & report on the Medicare Advantage benchmark cap that prevent high-quality plans from getting bonuses they have earned.