Achieve national recognition
Put your members first. Achieving AAAHC Health Plan Accreditation sends a powerful signal to members, providers, regulators, and other key stakeholders that a health plan embraces quality and industry best practices with integrity and efficiency. The peer-reviewed survey provides a collaborative and educational exchange between surveyors and the health plan’s staff and leadership team.
AAAHC presents relevant standards and survey processes. Numerous state and federal regulatory agencies and divisions recognize AAAHC Health Plan Accreditation to assess health plans in all aspects of its operations.
- Member Rights, Responsibilities, and Protections
- Delegation (Health Plans only)
- Provider Network Credentialing
- Network Adequacy
- Case Management and Care Coordination
- Health Education and Wellness Promotion
- Quality Improvement and Management
The Office of Personal Management (OPM) recognizes AAAHC to accredit health plans under the Federal Employee Health Benefit (FEHB) program.
The Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) recognizes AAAHC as an accreditor of Qualified Health Plans (QHPs).
Our organization holds more than 35 years of recognition from federal and state regulators, as well as numerous recognitions by statute and administratively through state and insurance departments or regulators.
AAAHC Accreditation assesses the effectiveness of administering the delivery of appropriate, accessible, high-quality health care and services to a defined membership via provider networks and health care services.