Published in Elder Law Weekly, November 2nd, 2005
The accreditation is awarded to plans that meet or exceed the independent, non-profit organization's rigorous consumer protection and quality improvement standards and achieve the highest level of national or regional performance results. Universal Care was reviewed against more than 60 different criteria designed to evaluate its clinical and administrative systems.
NCQA, an independent, not-for-profit organization, measures the quality of America's health care, and provides information on the quality of health...
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