As NCCI nears completion of its transition from unit notifications to unit validation edits, we are modifying our method of evaluating compliance for edit resolution.
Data Quality Incentive Program (DQIP) Resources
NCCI uses the
Data Quality Incentive Program (DQIP) to evaluate the timely resolution of suspect conditions. In May 2021,
DQIP will replace the Notified Suspect Unit Data category, which evaluates notifications, with a new Validation Edits category.
To learn more, view the following resources:
For general information on
DQIP, watch the
Data Manager Dashboard—Compliance Programs and
DQIP course from the Data Now Program.
Monitoring Your Validation Edits
To avoid experiencing any
DQIP debits, NCCI recommends that you regularly monitor your validation edits, ensuring that you resolve the edits by the due date by providing either corrections or detailed explanations as warranted.
The following resources will assist your review:
Data Manager Dashboard—Monitor validation edits using the Validation Views as described below:
- Outstanding—Shows your company’s count of unit validation edits with either an Open or Rejected status
- Compliance Trending—Provides unit validation edit counts by status and edit resolution timeliness
- Historical—Displays your company’s 10 most frequently flagged unit validation edits
For visual details, review the
Data Manager Dashboard—Validation Views (PDF).
Unit Data Collection—Use the Validation feature to identify, research, and address your validation edits.
Webinars on Demand—Watch these short videos available in the ncci.com Learning Center: