NCQA State Briefing Series: Centralized Credentialing

NCQA is pleased to announce our series of fall state briefings to share our ideas on our support programs for quality monitoring activities. NCQA experts and guest speakers will deepen our various programs and share how states use them to maximize quality expectations and streamline managed care processes.

In our most recent webinar, Kristine Toppe, NCQA Director of Public Affairs, explains how two NCQA programs can help states check the credentials of health professionals in their state. Melissa Isavoran, of the Oregon Health Authority, and Nichole Thompson, of the Georgia Community Health Department, joined to share their experience of NCQA programs in their states.

For more information, contact Kristine at or Jennifer at .

You can find more information about the work of NCQA with the states here .

Take a look at our past briefings!

Our state webinars cover different NCQA topics and are recorded and published here on our blog. If you missed any of the previous webinars, you can see the recording here:

What is the future?

We want to continue our series of briefings in the new year. Do you have suggestions on topics that you would like us to cover? Comment below with your ideas!

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<p data-recalc-dims= Amy Maciejowski is a Communications Specialist at NCQA. It supports internal and external communications for NCQA, aimed at increasing the consumer brand of NCQA. She creates blog articles, social media strategies and infographics to raise awareness of the quality of health care program. Amy holds a Master's degree in Political Communications from American University.


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