Health care support organizations, including contact centers, accountable care organizations and those engaged in population health, must prove their commitment to quality. With URAC accreditation, organizations have the credibility of the URAC seal, a testament to ongoing commitment to the highest quality in health care.
Operates in health care and is not eligible for other URAC accreditation
Offers non-clinical services, e.g., support, customer services or telemarketing
Provides health services through a provider network that coordinates care across the continuum
Improves coordination of care and patient outcomes through a team-based model
Performs and/or delegates an independent, objective assessment of a patient's medical condition
Provides third-party medical review resouce for objective, unbiased review decisions
Coordinates care for a defined population of beneficiaries through a provider network
For employer- and/or union-sponsored care delivery models that focus on population health and care coordination
Designed for URAC-accredited organizations that integrate behavioral health into their model of primary care
Designed for URAC-accredited organizations that provide evidence-based care for behavioral health conditions
Gathers information and verifies provider credentials to determine qualifications
Performs and/or delegates dental network functions, including management, credentialing and recredentialing
Performs and/or delegates health network functions, including management, credentialing and recredentialing
Develops and distributes health content through website or other distribution
URAC’s health care operations management accreditation suite offers unmatched prestige for organizations that achieve the URAC seal – recognized by health plans, employers, regulators and providers, as the gold standard in accreditation.
URAC’s accreditation standards provide key performance benchmarks, raise the bar on quality improvement efforts and support consumer protection and empowerment. URAC’s facilitative approach to the accreditation process encourages learning in the organization, leading to improved operations and regulatory compliance activities.