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, along with 10 other leading health organizations, urges CMS to give MACRA credit to clinicians participating in Medicare Advantage Alternative Payment Models.
NCQA recommends a strategy to the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee for improving serious mental illness and emotional disturbances measures.
NCQA urges CMS to limit DPCs to high-value PCMH & PCSP providers, and to prohibit DPC clinicians from charging more than Medicare payment limits.
NCQA supports draft legislation to require state reporting of Medicaid Adult Core Set behavioral measures to help fight opioids.
NCQA says the law is working but more is needed to reduce quality reporting burdens.
NCQA supports proposed opioid limits and wider use of supplemental benefits.
NCQA recommends adding HEDIS opioid measures to the Medicare Advantage Star Ratings to encourage action to address the epidemic.
NCQA looks forward to working with Azar on our shared goal of high-quality, efficient, affordable health care.
NCQA supports higher patient-centered practice thresholds and urges auto-credit for these practices use of health IT.
NCQA urges CMS to rely on Exchange-specific accreditation and address disparities via stratification.
NCQA provides feedback on the CMS Request for Information regarding the Innovation Center's New Direction.
NCQA provides feedback to W&M on how to reduce provider burden in quality measurement with a fully automated system for quality measure reporting.