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Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set

HEDIS is a tool created by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) to collect data about the quality of care and services provided by the health plans. HEDIS consists of a set of performance measures that compare how well health plans perform in key areas: quality of care, access to care and member satisfaction with the health plan and doctors. NCQA requires health plans to collect this information in the same manner so that results can be fairly compared to one another. Health plans can arrange to have their HEDIS results verified by an independent auditor.

Below you can view the HEDIS data collected by the Minnesota Department of Health. Each link will take you to a separate page with download and viewing instructions.

View HEDIS comparison charts

Review results for all reporting listed by plan

** The term Medicaid was changed to Minnesota Healthcare Programs - Managed Care(MHCP-MC) which is comprised of Families and Children(Prepaid Medical Assistance Program), MinnesotaCare, and General Assistance Medical Care. In addition, Special Needs Basic Care(SNBC) is a new dual eligible product added.

In January 2011, it was discovered that the Good HbA1c Control(<7.0%) was not displayed in comprehensive diabetes care measure and Adequate HbA1c Control(<8.0%) data was displayed under Good HbA1c Control. This issue was corrected on January 7, 2011.

^ Data was updated on October 7, 2009 to correct calculation errors in the report. Please see the disclaimer page of each report for more information.

* The Minnesota Department of Human Services was responsible for collecting and reporting PMAP, GAMC, MNCare and MSHO product data for the 2004 reporting year. For information regarding these products, please contact: Vicki Kunerth, Director - Performance Measurement Quality Improvement, Minnesota Department of Human Services, vicki.kunerth@state.mn.us 651-431-2618.


For more information, or to file a complaint, contact the MCS at 651-201-5100 or 1 800-657-3916.

Updated Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 10:13AM