Specialty Pharmacy and Mail Service Pharmacy Accreditation v4.0: What You Need to Know

URAC’s Pharmacy Quality Management (PQM) Accreditation programs have long been considered the gold standard in pharmacy accreditation. Two of the most recognized programs, Specialty Pharmacy and Mail Service Pharmacy have recently undergone major revisions, and URAC is announcing the launch of Version 4.0 for these programs. In this webinar, our pharmacy experts will provide a…

URAC Specialty Pharmacy and Mail Service Pharmacy v4.0 Workshop

Washington Marriott Georgetown 1221 22nd St NW, Washington

Plus Bonus Infusion Pharmacy Overview! URAC will release v4.0 of our Specialty Pharmacy and Mail Service Pharmacy Accreditation Program standards in the fall of 2019. This two-day workshop will be the first opportunity for a live, deep dive into the revised standards. Our pharmacy reviewers will present detailed information about the accreditation standards and the…

What You Need to Know for 2020 Measures: Health Care Management & Health Plans

This webinar is open to current URAC clients only. Join URAC Vice President of Quality, Research and Measurement, Eleni Theodoropoulos, to learn more about URAC’s process related to quality measurement and get valuable updates for the 2020 measurement reporting period. In this 30-minute on-demand webinar, you will: Learn about the URAC measurement process Hear what’s…

What You Need to Know for 2020 Measures: Pharmacy Quality Management

This webinar is open to current URAC clients only. Join URAC Vice President of Quality, Research and Measurement, Eleni Theodoropoulos, and Mary Beth Kiser of Kiser Healthcare Solutions to learn more about URAC’s process related to quality measurement and data validation for the 2020 measure reporting period. In this 60-minute on-demand webinar, you will: Learn…

URAC’s Parity Program: What You Need to Know

It’s been over 10 years since the enactment of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) yet compliance still remains an issue. While there has been substantive regulations and guidance issued, states and the federal government are still trying to grapple with enforcing the law. Additionally, health plans are trying to better understand…

Webinar: Mental Health Parity

If you’re in health care, you’ve likely heard the term mental health parity, but you may not be entirely clear on how your organization can become and stay compliant or what might happen if you’re not. In this webinar, URAC’s President & CEO Dr. Shawn Griffin addresses parity regulations, why you should care and what…

Telehealth Today: Politics & Innovation Converge

As the nation’s only telehealth accreditation entity, URAC is in a unique position to convene industry experts for an informational discussion about the present and future of telehealth and the impact of legislation moving forward. In this Webinar; URAC, the Alliance of Community Health Plans, and the Alliance for Connected Care for a 30-minute Online…

Secrets to Success: Preparing for URAC’s Health Utilization Management Accreditation Process

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…

The Future Of Telehealth

A Three-Part Partnership Webinar Series: URAC & AHIP Discuss the Future of Telehealth URAC and AHIP are excited to bring you a series of webinars on some of the most prominent issues facing payers and providers due to the increased telehealth usage arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. These expert conversations will delve into…

URAC UM Certifications

This webinar is an overview of URAC’s new Health Utilization Management certifications for delegated entities

2020: The Year That Changed Health Care

2020 has been the year that challenged health care professionals to learn, adapt, and grow as they cared for patients through the COVID-19 pandemic. The concepts of quarantine and social distancing became commonplace as telehealth and remote patient monitoring usage grew exponentially, health systems were stressed, and mental health treatment became more important than ever.…

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