National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) publishes annual Health Insurance Plan Ratings. Plans are rated in .5 increments on a scale of 0-5 (0 is lowest, 5 is highest) – a system similar to Medicare’s Five-Star Quality Rating System. Rating metrics measure health care quality and patient satisfaction. Ratings include both accredited and nonaccredited health plans. The Health Insurance Plan Ratings reviews more than 1,500 plans and rates more than 1,000 private, Medicare and Medicaid plans based on their combined HEDIS, CAHPS and accreditation standard scores.
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