Centene’s Missouri subsidiary earns Medicaid and Marketplace HMO accreditation by NCQA

Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) announced today that its wholly-owned Missouri subsidiary, Home State Health, has earned Medicaid and Marketplace HMO accreditation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).

NCQA is a private, not-for-profit organization with a strong record of over 20 years as a leading accreditor of health plans. NCQA Accreditation is a nationally recognized evaluation that regulators and consumers use to assess managed care plans. To receive the seal of approval, the health plan is measured on over 60 standards in 40 different areas. For consumers and employers, the seal is a reliable indicator that an organization is well-managed and delivers high quality of care and service (ncqa.org).

Since July 2012, Home State Health has provided services to MO HealthNet Managed Care beneficiaries in Missouri. With nearly 60,000 members, Home State Health connects children and families to a comprehensive system of medical and behavioral health providers, including a network of over 2,500 primary care physicians and 10,000 specialists.

"By earning NCQA Accreditation, Home State Health has sent a clear message that quality health care is a top priority for the health plan," said Shannon Bagley, President and CEO for Home State Health. "Home State Health collaborates with local partners to provide members with access to innovative health management solutions that are structured to increase engagement and improved health outcomes for the children and families we serve. The accreditation seal reaffirms our staff's expertise and commitment to delivering integrated, comprehensive member care. The staff's continued dedication to excellence has enabled Home State Health to achieve this recognition."



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