If you have 20 or more participants, the NCQA Education Department can come to you—virtually!
The Virtual Team Training Model: On-Demand Content + Live Webinars
Combine the flexibility and cost efficiency of on-demand training with access to expert faculty through live webinars.
- Learners can access on-demand training materials to review content relating to selected topics.
- On-demand content is supplemented with scheduled live webinars so learners can connect directly with NCQA faculty and subject matter experts.
- Webinars are an opportunity for learners to ask questions about training content.
- Learners can submit questions in advance and/or ask them live.
- Live webinars will be recorded and added to training courses for review or for learners who could not participate live.
- Content will be available online for one year.
- NCQA will offer continuing medical education credits and PCMH CCE credits as part of the regular on-demand training.
Benefits of a Virtual Team Training
- Learners can engage with content on their own time and at their own pace.
- Learners can return to the on-demand content as many times as they’d like for up to one year.
- On-demand content means more competitive rates for some training.
- Connect live with NCQA subject matter experts for Q&A.
- Live webinars offer greater scheduling flexibility.
- Engage through a virtual learning environment—no need to travel and social distancing is built in!
|Introduction to Health Plan Accreditation: A Quality Improvement Primer|
This three-day seminar is designed for organizations undergoing their first NCQA survey or have new staff managing the survey process—or that simply need a refresher. It is geared to individuals responsible for preparing their organization to go through NCQA Health Plan Accreditation. Participants will learn about Accreditation’s comprehensive framework for improving the quality of care and services.
|NCQA Distinction in Multicultural Health Care|
The Multicultural Health Care (MHC) Distinction exemplifies care delivery excellence by validating care delivery processes and interventions that are sensitive to the racial, cultural and linguistic difference of patient populations. This training explains the requirements of the MHC Distinction and addresses learner questions.
|Introduction to HEDIS®|
This program provides a comprehensive overview of the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS). It reviews HEDIS data tools, resources and clinical and survey measures, and covers basic terminology and the audit compliance process.
|Introduction to NCQA’s Credentialing Standards|
This interactive program is perfect for individuals with a year or less of experience collecting, reporting and acting on credentialing data, or who need a refresher. Faculty walk participants through each credentialing standard and lead hands-on group activities designed to mimic real-life credentialing scenarios.
|Introduction to PCMH: Foundational Concepts of the Medical Home|
An in-depth guide to NCQA Recognition requirements and the process for achieving PCMH Recognition. Standards emphasize practicewide commitment to sustaining PCMH transformation, demonstrating patient-centered care and population health management, care coordination and ongoing quality improvement. Practices are rewarded for integrating behavioral healthcare and addressing the impact of social determinants on patient needs. NCQA requirements are positioned to qualify for the Merit-Based Incentive Performance System (MIPS) Clinical Practice Improvement Activities (CPIA) and to support other MIPS requirements under MACRA.
|Advanced PCMH: Mastering the Medical Home Transformation|
This advanced course is for individuals who have applied NCQA PCMH Recognition requirements in the practice setting. It takes a hands-on approach to the PCMH concepts and a explores the key characteristics of a successful medical home. Attendees participate in facilitated activities that demonstrate how earning elective credits builds on core criteria. Faculty incorporate topics on behavioral health integration, the importance of assessing social determinants of patient health, engaging with patients and the community, continuous quality improvement, electronic clinical quality measures, earning automatic credit and more.
|What is Delegation?: Understanding the Nuts and Bolts |
Faculty address topics designed to help you improve your understanding of the delegation standards—from oversight to automatic credit. This interactive seminar examines key elements that should be in place before an organization gives an entity the authority to act on its behalf. It is geared to individuals who are new (less than two years experience) to managing delegation oversight, and would be especially beneficial for those involved in collecting, reporting or acting on delegation arrangements.
|PCMH Recognition Annual Reporting: Succeeding through Continued Transformation|
This program is designed to help PCMH practices understand the larger goals of Annual Reporting and prepare for submission under the redesigned PCMH Recognition program. Annual Reporting requirements will be discussed, including expectations for the transition from 2014 Recognition and for practices earning Recognition under the 2017 requirements. Faculty will explore timelines for deliverables, performance expectations and ways to demonstrate sustained Recognition through continuous quality improvement efforts and the use of data that practices collect internally (e.g., for state initiatives).
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