There is no requirement to achieve the highest level of accreditation immediately. Instead, NCQA’s ACO Accreditation provides a roadmap for provider organizations to demonstrate their capability to function as ACOs over time.
Use the NCQA standards to identify gaps in treatment and improve areas that need improvement.
Use the NCQA standards to create efficiencies for your staff and set expectations for care.
More than 15,000 primary care sites in the United States have been recognized for delivering high-quality, patient-centered care. More than 500 health plans have earned NCQA Accreditation. These organizations are looking for trusted partners in treating patients. The NCQA seal demonstrates your commitment to patient-centered care and continuity of care.
Display the NCQA seal to show patients and your community that you have a commitment to providing high-quality, patient-centered care.
Improving accountability in your organization and continuity of care helps reduce waste in the health care system, such as duplicated procedures and unnecessary readmissions or hospitalizations.