Driscoll Health Plan has received full reaccreditation from URAC, a national nonprofit accreditation organization.
Driscoll Health Plan holds Full Health Plan Accreditation status with URAC. Full accreditation means that Driscoll Health Plan has met all requirements of the accreditation process and achieved the highest level of quality performance as a health service organization.
The accreditation/reaccreditation occurs every three years and takes about six to nine months. DHP first earned URAC accreditation in April 2014 and has continued to successfully maintain accreditation ever since.
“Healthcare is a complex industry where there is a lot at stake. It is critical that those involved are held to national standards for quality, accountability and consumer protection,” said Judith Brown, Manager of Quality Management for Driscoll Health Plan.
“Achievement of URAC accreditation demonstrates an organization’s clear commitment to quality and continuous improvement. URAC accreditation ensures members and the communities served that Driscoll Health Plan has achieved those critical standards. They can be sure of the quality of care and service provided by Driscoll Health Plan,” said Brown.