Accurate provider data is critical to improving quality, costs and healthcare delivery. Healthcare provider data forms the foundation of many important processes in the nation’s healthcare system. This information is necessary to conduct a number of essential functions, such as referring a patient to a specialist, paying insurance claims, determining provider sanctions and credentialing providers.
2016 CAQH Index Report 01/12/17
The fourth annual CAQH Index measures adoption, costs and, for the first time, provider labor time associated with the most common administrative transactions conducted between health plans and providers. These include verifying a patient’s insurance coverage, sending and receiving payment, inquiring about the status of a claim and obtaining prior authorization for care.
Press Release 10/27/16
The Modern Healthcare award program identifies 100 outstanding healthcare employers nationwide based on feedback provided by an employee engagement and satisfaction survey and a review of organizational policies, practices and demographics.
Press Release 09/28/16
Full industry collaboration is required to develop an effective approach to collecting, maintaining and disseminating accurate, high-quality data from healthcare providers, according to a new white paper from the non-profit alliance CAQH.