IDC Agrees: Provider directory accuracy is an integral part of network adequacy
We are seeing new legislation, like the No Surprises Act, requiring healthcare organizations to implement data verification plans and pushing state and federal agencies to include directory accuracy in their adequacy regulations.
International Data Corporation (IDC), a global market intelligence firm, has done the research and developed this whitepaper that examines the following:
- What is provider directory accuracy and network adequacy?
- Why is provider directory accuracy and network adequacy important?
- How are the standards around network adequacy and directory accuracy changing?
- How can your organization take advantage of the trends and get ahead?
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