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New Website: How It Helps You

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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - We have redesigned NCQA’s main website—ncqa.org—to give people who care about health care quality important capabilities. Simpler, Shorter Descriptions We rewrote descriptions of NCQA’s mission, products and programs to be lighter and tighter. This streamlining helps you “grab and go”—find the facts you want, then move on. Our new site is 22 to 34 percent […]New Website: How It Helps YouNCQA Communications
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Travis Mills: Featured Quality Talks Speaker

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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - Update: 11/28/19 Great news for one of our 2018 speakers. A recent lottery winner gave $500,000 of her winnings to the Travis Mills Foundation. Travis Mills is a Quality Talks speaker.  The foundation supports recalibrated veterans and their families. SSG. Travis Mills (Ret.) – Quality Talks 2018 Almost 3 million Americans have served in Iraq […]Travis Mills: Featured Quality Talks SpeakerMatt Brock
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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - We’re counting down to the end of No-Shave November! This month is not just a competition to see who can grow the longest beard—No-Shave November was designed to bring cancer awareness. Money that is usually spent on grooming and haircuts is donated to cancer-research charities. Remember that early detection is key to treating and preventing […]No Shave November – Don’t Forget Colorectal Cancer ScreeningsAllyson Woellert
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Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a draft Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden Relating to the Use of Health IT and EHRs for public comment. This work, led by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), in partnership with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), was required by Congress under the 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act).The post Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative B...
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Protecting Health Information When It Goes Mobile

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Protecting Health Information When It Goes Mobile
The world is constantly in motion, and many people want their access to information to follow suit. At your healthcare organization, do you use mobile devices to manage health information? What about cloud storage? Have you developed any mobile applications for patient use? If you answered yes to any of these questions, do you also stay up to date on relevant privacy and security regulations surrounding these tools?
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| Categories: AIHC Professional Articles, HIPAA Privacy and Security | Tags: HHS, OCR, US-CERT, NIST, ONC, Homeland Security, Providers, Outpatient, HIPAA, Security, Privacy, HIPAA Covered Entities, Compliance, Healthcare Employees, Mobile Devices, Training, Health IT, mHealth | View Count: (384)
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Public Sector Briefing: Proposed Changes to HPA 2020

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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - Public feedback is an important part of developing and updating NCQA’s programs. On November 5, NCQA opened public comment on proposed updates for Health Plan Accreditation 2020. In addition to standards updates, NCQA seeks feedback on changes to accreditation scoring, HEDIS®/CAHPS® measures and proposed process changes. NCQA is holding an early, extended comment period of […]Public Sector Briefing: Proposed Changes to HPA 2020Amy Maciejowski
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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - Even though we’re at the end of November, we want to tell you why No-Shave November is so important! This month is not just a competition to see who can grow the longest beard—No-Shave November was designed to bring cancer awareness. Money that is usually spent on grooming and haircuts is donated to cancer-research charities. […]No Shave November – Time To Remember Cervical Cancer ScreeningsAllyson Woellert
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Liz Salmi: Featured Quality Talks Speaker

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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - Liz Salmi is just one of nine speakers who knocked it out of the ballpark for 2018’s Quality Talks.  We thought you might enjoy seeing what all the buzz was about. Check her out in our video library. Just click below. Liz Salmi – Quality Talks 2018 Don’t forget to check out the Quality Talks web […]Liz Salmi: Featured Quality Talks SpeakerMatt Brock
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This giving season, make your donations count

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The giving season has begun and many of us are thinking about gifts for family and friends, as well as giving to our favorite charitable causes. If you’re thinking about donating to charity, do some research first to make sure your money will really help the causes you care about. Here’s what you can do:
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Fake promises offer no sigh of (debt) relief

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An offer of reduced monthly payments — or complete forgiveness — on your student loan may make you want to sign up…and exhale. Unfortunately, though, some of those programs wind up costing you hundreds or thousands of dollars for nothing in return. What’s more, you could’ve gotten real help for free.
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