StayWell Receives URAC Accreditation for Online Digital Health Content

Achieving URAC accreditation demonstrates to our customers and partners our continuing commitment to providing quality content that is accurate, unbiased, and supported by clinical science.

The StayWell Company announced today it has received full URAC accreditation as a Health Content Provider (HCP) version 3.1, effective through June 1, 2019, for the digital health content the company delivers via the Consumer Health Library. StayWell has received continuous URAC accreditation (with a review conducted every two years) as a Health Content Provider since 2009.

URAC is an independent leader in promoting health care quality through accreditation, certification, and measurement. URAC is a nonprofit organization developing evidence-based measures and standards through inclusive engagement with a range of stakeholders committed to improving the quality of health care.

URAC accreditation requires applicants to submit policies, procedures, and other organizational information for a robust review. The Health Content Provider accreditation process examines key areas such as disclosures, health content and service delivery, quality oversight committee, policies and procedures, health content and personal health management, and accountability.

“Achieving URAC accreditation demonstrates to our customers and partners our continuing commitment to providing quality content that is accurate, unbiased, and supported by clinical science,” said Rachelle Montano, Vice President of Consumer and Marketing Solutions at StayWell. “We follow rigorous standards to ensure the content and tools we deliver to hospitals and health systems across the country meet current clinical standards, as well as best practices for e-learning and patient education. We are proud to once again achieve this level of accreditation.”

URAC accreditation is recognized nationwide by federal and state regulators, and assures StayWell clients and end users that StayWell health content is:

  • Peer reviewed by at least two health content reviewers, at least one of whom is an expert or specialist in the area under review;
  • Developed under ethical business practices that provide quality to consumers based on a national standard;
  • Developed with a Quality Oversight…

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