Saturday, October 1, 2016

Passport Health Plan named Kentucky's top Medicaid plan by National Committee for Quality Assurance; others rate lower

Passport Health Plan has again been named the top Medicaid plan in Kentucky, getting a 4 rating on the 5-point scale of the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

The NCQA annually rates more than 1,000 private, Medicaid and Medicare plans across the United States on consumer satisfaction, prevention and treatment measures.

“By focusing on member satisfaction, preventive services, and how we treat chronic and acute conditions, NCQA has once again reinforced what we have known to be true for a long time – Passport Health Plan is a leading model of collaboration and innovation in health care,” Passport CEO Mark B. Carter said in a news release.

The NCQA ratings for other Kentucky Medicaid plans were: WellCare, 3.5 out of 5; Aetna Better Health, 3; Humana, 2.5; and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, 2.

A list of Kentucky's NCQA ratings, broken down by consumer satisfaction, prevention and treatment, is at

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