Are You Ready for HUM Accreditation?

| URAC Staff
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URAC’s Health Utilization Management accreditation assures the quality of your health utilization management process through evaluation against broadly recognized standards and measures. URAC’s Health Utilization Management standards ensure that organizations establish consistency and maintain the highest confidentiality in UM processes. An organization that has earned the URAC Health Utilization Management Accreditation seal is able to show a mark of distinction to demonstrate its commitment to quality and accountability. URAC’s standards are the most widely recognized health utilization management standards at thei state and federal level and are applicable to stand-alone UM organizations and to UM functions within health benefits programs. 

URAC is pleased to launch a resource to prepare your organization for HUM Accreditation. This document outlines the general requirements your organization will need to meet for accreditation and how you can meet each requirement. It contains the ten most critical requirements with actions so your organization is ready to navigate the accreditation process.  

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