NCQA State Briefing Series: Centralized Credentialing

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NCQA is excited to announce our fall state briefing series to share insight on our programs supporting quality oversight activities. NCQA experts and guest speakers will provide a deep dive on our various programs and share how states are using them to maximize quality expectations and streamline managed care processes.

In our most recent webinar, NCQA’s Director of State Affairs, Kristine Toppe, shares how two NCQA programs can assist states’ efforts to verify the credentials of health care practitioners in their state. Melissa Isavoran from Oregon Health Authority and Nichole Thompson from Georgia Department of Community Health also join to share their experience with NCQA’s programs in their states.

To learn more, please contact Kristine at Toppe@ncqa.org or Jennifer at Zutz@ncqa.org.

 

You can find more information on NCQA’s work with states here.

Check Out Our Past Briefings!

Our state webinars cover various NCQA topics and are recorded and published right here on our blog. If you missed one of the previous webinars, you can view the recording here:

 

What’s Next?

We want to continue our briefing series in the New Year. Do you have any suggestions on topics you’d like to see us cover? Comment below with your ideas!

 

 

Amy Maciejowski

Amy Maciejowski is the Communications Specialist at NCQA. She supports internal and external communications for NCQA, aiming to increase NCQA’s consumer facing brand. She creates blog posts, social media strategies and infographics to bring awareness to the health care quality agenda. Amy holds a master’s degree in Political Communications from American University.

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