Your competitive advantage in an increasingly crowded marketplace

Digital health adoption is increasing and as providers learn how to adapt their workflows to leverage the scale and efficiencies afforded by digital tools, consumers become more comfortable with remote visits and payers see value in reimbursing connected health services.

But with digital adoption comes risk. Regulatory and policy issues, malpractice complexity, standards of care, cybersecurity, online prescribing and patient and data privacy all can threaten to derail a telehealth program before it reaches sustainability.

Mental Health at Work Accreditation

Showcases your organization's commitment to your employees' mental health.

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Health Equity Accreditation

Allowing all health care organizations to highlight their commitment to health equity in the communities they serve.

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Telehealth Accreditation

Performs and/or delegates health care services via telecommunications technology

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Remote Patient Monitoring Accreditation

Uses digital technologies to collect health data and transmit to health care providers

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Health Website Accreditation

Provides health information to users through a website

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Telehealth Support Services Certification

Supports telehealth providers but does not directly provide care

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Health Content Provider Certification

Develops and distributes health content through website or other distribution

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Disease Management Accreditation

Manages a population with chronic disease and co-morbidities

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Opioid Stewardship Designation

Manages patients' use of or access to opioid medication.

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Measurement-Based Care Designation

Designed for URAC-accredited organizations that provide evidence-based care for behavioral health conditions

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3 easy steps to begin your URAC accreditation
Obtain the standards at the URAC store
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Sign the application agreement for accreditation
Sign the application agreement for accreditation

URAC’s digital health programs offer providers much more than validation of high performance by an independent third party.

Accreditation is likely to become a payer requirement and URAC delivers a flexible framework that readies your organization to succeed on this new frontier.

In this rapidly changing field, digital health services such as telehealth, telemedicine, telehealth support services and remote patient monitoring providers have to provide high-quality care, compliance and sustainability. URAC’s digital health accreditation programs offer best practice solutions to these pressing issues.

The organizations that achieve URAC digital health certification are at the forefront of the sea-change and prepared to meet the evolving challenges and benefit from coming opportunities.

URAC is a member of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH) and is leading the way in international accreditations for digital health services.

Digital health is everywhere in health care today, either meeting consumer and payer demand or due to emergency medical necessity. A URAC accreditation readies your organization to meet those demands and exceed industry standards. Organizational leaders know the time to act is now.

Why Choose URAC?

  • Expertise: URAC’s senior team has brought over 30 industry-leading accreditation programs to market. One of our key differentiators is our standards development process, which incorporates volunteer committees, public comment periods and beta testing.
  • Process Improvement: Throughout the review process, applicants use URAC’s standards to identify opportunities to improve quality and optimize business practices.
  • Third-Party Recognition: URAC accreditation should not only help organizations capture increased market share, but also demonstrate to stakeholders that their programs and processes are of the highest quality, helping ensure patient safety and optimal outcomes.