The National Committee for Quality Assurance, an accreditation firm in Washington, is on schedule to launch a new program in July to accredit accountable care organizations.
Working with 10 provider organizations, NCAQ has completed a month-long pilot test to determine if organizations could reasonably collect and submit data for the program. Work on the program started in April 2010 and included a public comment period last fall that garnered responses from 220 organizations.
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