Quality of Care

Tufts Health Plan is committed to improving the quality of clinical care provided by its participating providers and services delivered to its members. We have programs in place to continuously monitor and evaluate the quality of member care, improve member health outcomes, access to care and quality of service.  We focus on providing a supportive, collaborative environment to help our participating providers improve the safety of their practices through member and provider education, along with linking technology solutions to patient safety and quality improvements.  Our commitment has consistently produced high ratings year after year for the quality of our health plans by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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Quality Grant Program

Point32Health, the parent organization of Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, is pleased to announce our 2022-2023 Quality Grant Program. This program was established more than 21 years ago at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and this continued tradition will be offered in 2022 as a combined Point32Health Plan program for providers in both the heritage Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care networks.

Since its inception, the Quality Grant Program has funded more than 300 grants totaling more than $21 million of support to improve care delivery and reduce health care costs. We appreciate the exceptional care you provide to our members, and the Quality Grant Program is a means of rewarding and furthering our support of that care.

Please consider applying for a 2022-2023 Quality Grant! The materials below provide detailed information on requirements and submission of grant proposals. For any questions, please contact HPHC_NMM@harvardpilgrim.org:

Evidence-based information

Tools to manage your patients' care

Quality Improvement