The committee rated more than 1,000 plans for 2016-17 in three general categories -- consumer satisfaction, prevention and treatment -- on a scale from zero to five, with five indicating the highest performance.
The plan ratings, released Wednesday, focus on the results of the care delivered to health plan members and what patients say in surveys about their care, according to the committee.
The committee rated the insurers' private plans, their
Locally, for the insurers' private plans,
Nationally, the 503 commercial or private plans rated by the committee received an average score of 3.4.
For the insurers'
And for the insurers'
The committee is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to improve health-care quality. For more information on the health insurer assessments, visit ncqa.org/ratings.
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