Point32Health Receives High Ratings for the Quality of its Health Plans

September 2021|NewsPress Releases

Canton, Mass., September 22, 2021 Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, both Point32Health companies, today announced their ratings by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) on its annual 2021-2022 rating of private health insurance plans. The ratings are:

  • Tufts Health Plan Massachusetts and Rhode Island Commercial HMO/POS/EPO and Massachusetts PPO – 5
  • Tufts Health Plan Massachusetts Medicaid plan – 4.5
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Massachusetts and Maine Commercial HMO/POS and Massachusetts PPO – 4.5
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care New Hampshire Commercial HMO/POS – 4
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Connecticut Commercial PPO – 3.5

“Providing innovative, high quality health plans to our members is one of our top priorities,” said Michael Sherman, M.D., Point32Health chief medical officer.  “Collaboration with providers is instrumental to ensuring our members receive more coordinated care. These ratings are a testament to our colleagues throughout our entire organization who work closely with the provider community to ensure our plans bring the best value to our members.”

The NCQA ratings, which rated 567 private commercial plans and 263 Medicaid plans, are based on quality measures from three performance subcategories—consumer experience, prevention, and treatment—and NCQA accreditation.

About NCQA

NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. NCQA accredits and certifies a wide range of health care organizations. It also recognizes clinicians and practices in key areas of performance.

About Point32Health

Point32Health is a leading health and wellbeing organization, delivering an ever-better health care experience to everyone in our communities. Building on the quality, nonprofit heritage of our founding organizations, Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, we leverage our experience and expertise to help people find their version of healthier living through a broad range of health plans and tools that make navigating health and wellbeing easier.

Our programs take a 360-degree view of health for our members—no matter their age, health, race, identity or income—and our Foundation and Institute work to improve population health. We use empathy to understand what’s important to those we serve, always making their priorities our own. And we work to guide and empower people by bringing together wide-ranging partners and perspectives to create new approaches that make a real difference for both our industry and our 2.2 million members across New England.