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Capital Health Plan (CHP) has once again received national acknowledgement. It is ranked 4th in the nation for commercial health plans according to “NCQA’s Health Insurance Plan Rankings 2010-2011 – Private” published by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This ranking makes CHP the top-ranked plan in Florida. CHP’s commercial plan was ranked 5th in the nation in the 2009-10 “America’s Best Health Insurance Plans” by NCQA and U.S. News & World Report.
NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. NCQA accredits and certifies a wide range of health care organizations.
“We are honored Capital Health Plan continues to receive recognition from NCQA which is only possible with the support of our members and our community.” said John Hogan, CEO of Capital Health Plan. “This distinction reflects the outstanding work of our doctors, nurses and administrators. “
The NCQA Health Insurance Plan Rankings 2010-11 - Private are based on clinical performance, member satisfaction and accreditation information.
“We are proud of this exceptional ranking, and we especially applaud our committed physicians and clinical staff for their commitment to the well being of our members and the community,” said Dr. Nancy Van Vessem, Chief Medical Officer of Capital Health Plan. “Over several years, we have worked together to offer CHP members evidence-based care for diabetes, heart disease and other conditions. Our shared goal is to strive to reduce catastrophic complications such as stroke and heart attack for our patients. We will continue seeking ways to improve the quality of the health care services we deliver.”
As part of its commitment to excellence, Capital Health Plan continues to focus on three primary strategic initiatives:
- Improving the health of the population
- Enhancing the patient experience of care (including quality, access, and reliability)
- Controlling trends in the per capita cost of care
John Hogan reflects, “We have a lot to accomplish in all three areas, as does our nation, but the capital region definitely stands out in these efforts.”