NCQA Certifies Maximus as Credential Verification Org; Bruce Caswell Quoted

NCQA Certifies Maximus as Credential Verification Org; Bruce Caswell Quoted
Bruce Caswell

Maximus has received certification from a health care accreditation body to assess the credentials of physicians who support the firm's government clients.

The National Committee for Quality Assurance granted the Credentials Verification Organization designation after the company underwent on-site assessments performed by a group of medical and credentialing professionals, Maximus said Monday.

A national oversight panel of physicians examined findings from the evaluation and determined whether the new CVO complies with the nonprofit's standards.

“We are committed to achieving the highest standards in the services we deliver to our clients and the people they serve,” said Bruce Caswell, president and CEO pf Maximus and a 2019 Wash100 winner.

“This CVO certification is a further reflection of our commitment to quality,” Caswell added.

Maximus noted it offers 10 verification services.

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