ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI), which is developing an Appeals Accreditation Program to reform the health insurance appeals system, seeks volunteers to join its newly formed Appeals Standards Committee. The expert panel will be comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders, including health insurance industry leaders, employers, health care providers, and consumer advocates, and will be charged with developing robust but workable standards for health plan internal and external appeals.
ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI) held its first board meeting last week as the new accreditation organization continues to gain momentum. CHQI’s board of directors includes nationally recognized health care experts representing a wide range of stakeholders.
ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI) announces today the formation of its Telemedicine Accreditation Standards Committee. The 15-member panel, comprised of a wide range of independent experts representing industry, clinical and consumer perspectives, is tasked with crafting a set of robust but workable standards to ensure safety, quality and value in the rapidly growing telemedicine field. In May, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) and CHQI announced a joint venture to develop a comprehensive set of quality and operational standards to promote the best practice of Telemedicine.
RegQuest™, a subsidiary of ClearHealth Quality Institute™, is pleased to announce that Jessica Grillo, JD has joined the company as executive director. RegQuest is one of the nation’s premier online regulatory compliance resources focusing on health insurance functions such as medical management and appeals. As executive director, Grillo will oversee maintaining and expanding subscription content for RegQuest to continue its focus on providing in-depth, meaningful regulatory information and trend reports. She will also manage various legal matters as well as provide advice regarding marketing and communications for the organization.
ClearHealth Quality Institute™ (CHQI) – a new accreditation organization that develops standards incorporating the next generation of quality and outcome measures – is establishing comprehensive accreditation standards to promote compliance with mental health parity laws. Parity means that health insurance plans must cover mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) treatment the same way they cover treatment for physical health conditions.
ClearHealth Quality InstituteTM (CHQI) launched today an online, user-friendly portal to help streamline the accreditation process for organizations applying for CHQI’s Telemedicine Accreditation Program. Organizations offering telemedicine services throughout the entire continuum of care, including both provider-to-provider and provider-to-patient telehealth consultations, will benefit from this new tool and may now create an account to receive the latest information detailing CHQI’s accreditation application process.
ClearHealth Quality Institute TM (CHQI) welcomes former New York civil prosecutor and mental health counselor Michael Reisman as its President, effective immediately.
ClearHealth Quality Institute TM (CHQI), a health accreditation and certification organization formed to address disparities in the practice of medicine, is pleased to announce the appointment of Doug Clarke as Executive Director of Accreditation Programs, effective June 1.
ClearHealth Quality Institute™ (CHQI) – a new accreditation organization that promotes standards that incorporate the next generation of quality and outcome measures – seeks candidates to serve on the Board of Directors and its new Telemedicine Standards Committee.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA) and ClearHealth Quality Institute™ (CHQI) announce a joint venture to develop the next generation of Telemedicine Accreditation Standards. This dynamic collaboration will leverage ATA’s leadership and knowledge-base in telehealth and CHQI’s leadership and expertise in launching accreditation programs in the healthcare field.