Filed Under:Health Insurance, Individual Health

Quality Group Unveils ACO Standards

(LHP Graphic/Allison Bell)
(LHP Graphic/Allison Bell)

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has released the requirements it will set for organizations that want to participate in the new NCQA accountable care organization (ACO) accreditation program.

The Billings Clinic, Billings, Mont., and HealthPartners, Minneapolis, already have agreed to participate in the ACO accreditation program, according to officials at the NCQA, Washington. Those organizations hope to undergo ACO readiness exams by the end of 2012.

Featured Video

Most Recent Videos

Prospects not listening to voice mail? Arrange a phone date

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

Redesigning your phone life is more important than finding the “best words” for a voice mail in today’s culture.

Behind the scenes with Vicki Gunvalson [VIDEO]

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

In this exclusive interview, Vicki Gunvalson shares how she built a $15 million a year annuity business by planning for...

Regulator: Market may need to reinvent LTCI

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

Cioppa says Maine's governor wants to spur the creation of better products.

Dementia: It's more than Alzheimer's

Provided by LIFEHEALTHPRO

An association calls for policymakers to remember lesser-known neurodegenerative conditions.

Related resources

More Resources

Comments

Power your business with up-to-the-minute insurance news, analysis, and best practices from LifeHealthPro Daily eNewsletter – FREE.

Power your business with LifeHealthPro Daily eNewsletter – FREE.

Enter a valid email address.
Close
Nichole Morford

Nichole Morford
Managing Editor

Thank you for subscribing to LifeHealthPro Daily!

Check Out More eNewsletters Now! Close

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.