URAC’s Health Utilization Management Accreditation demonstrates that an organization has implemented stringent standards aligned with federal requirements designed to protect all parties to the utilization management process – patients, providers and payers.
This webinar will better prepare your organization for URAC’s HUM accreditation. You’ll hear examples of steps currently accredited clients took in the accreditation process to be successful and you’ll learn first-hand from URAC accreditation reviewers how your organization can avoid some common mistakes by applicants.
Throughout the webinar, you will have the opportunity to engage with speakers and URAC staff members who will be on hand to answer your questions about URAC’s accreditation processes. You will walk away from the webinar with a plan for steps you can take to ensure your organization is prepared to submit your application for HUM accreditation.
Robin Adams, vice president of strategy and product development at URAC, has more than two decades of experience working in pediatric academic and community-based health systems developing strategic plans and leading multi-disciplinary teams to facilitate implementation. At Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC, she was responsible for the plan that introduced the population health-based strategy supporting the development of Children’s regional outpatient center strategy to facilitate access to the broader District, Maryland and Virginia populations. At INOVA, Adams served as chief growth officer and was a member of a system-wide cross-functional team that developed the INOVA Heart and Vascular Institute, INOVA Spine Institute, INOVA Breast Care Institute and the INOVA Neurosciences Institute. At Sentara Healthcare, she supported the system-wide effort to develop the inaugural out of Hamptons Road market to grow the Sentara brand in Northern Virginia. She received both her BS and MA in Finance from Cornell University and her MBA from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. She serves as adjunct faculty at George Mason University where she teaches Strategic Healthcare Management in the School of Health Administration and Policy.