408 KONZA-Powered Sites Achieve and/or Maintain Validated Data Stream Designation in NCQA Data Aggregator Validation Program

KONZA National Network is pleased to announce its seventh cohort has earned the Validated Data Stream designation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Data Aggregator Validation (DAV) program. This achievement highlights KONZA’s dedication to delivering high-quality, accurate and reliable clinical data.

Validating three times the number of streams as the average DAV program participant, KONZA supported 408 KONZA-powered sites in successfully earning and/or maintaining this selective designation.

The NCQA Data Aggregator Validation program plays a crucial role in the healthcare industry by evaluating clinical data streams. This ensures that health plans, providers, government organizations and other stakeholders can trust the precision of aggregated clinical data, essential for Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®) reporting and other various quality programs.

Achieving this validation is a thorough process. It involves a comprehensive and rigorous assessment of the data streams, scrutinizing the quality and integrity of data as well as the procedures used to manage and safeguard it. From the initial data ingestion at primary sources to the final transmission to end users, this process verifies strict adherence to NCQA’s meticulous process, system and data standards.

KONZA’s continued success in obtaining the NCQA Validated Data Stream designation reflects its commitment to data quality and integrity, benefiting the entire healthcare ecosystem.

The full list of KONZA’s DAV-Validated sites is available here.

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