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The HEDIS measures and specifications are not clinical guidelines and do not establish a standard of medical care. NCQA makes no representations, warranties, or endorsement about the quality of any organization or physician that uses or reports performance measures and NCQA has no liability to anyone who relies on such measures and specifications.What is Sdoh in HEDIS?
SDOH in HEDIS There is broad acknowledgment that social factors such as access to food, employment status and physical environment contribute significantly to health outcomes. HEDIS does not currently require stratifications by SDOH other than SES and does not include SDOH-specific measures.What are the rules for allowable adjustment of HEDIS?
Recognizing that HEDIS measures have traditionally been specified for health plan reporting, NCQA developed the Rules for Allowable Adjustment of HEDIS to accommodate the application of HEDIS measures to various levels of the health care system for quality improvement initiatives.How many people are enrolled in HEDIS?
191 million people are enrolled in plans that report HEDIS results. That makes HEDIS one of health care’s most widely used performance improvement tools. HEDIS includes measures for physicians, PPOs and other organizations. Visitors to this page often check HEDIS FAQs, QRS FAQs, or ask a question through My NCQA.