MN Community Measurement is pleased to announce Cara Broich, RN, CPHQ, has joined the MNCM Board of Directors. Cara is the Director, Quality Improvement & Credentialing at Medica. In this role, she leads program development, management and administration of Medica’s quality and safety programs including NCQA accreditation, HEDIS data collection and clinical improvement, Medicare Stars, Quality of Care investigations and provider credentialing. In addition, she is directly involved in the Risk Adjustment program for both Medicare and ACA markets. Cara is an active member of the University of Minnesota Adult Patient Advisory Board. Prior to the health insurance industry, Cara was employed as a Cardiovascular Intensive Care unit nurse.
Cara has been involved with MN Community Measurement since its inception. She was a member of the first MN Community Measurement Reporting Advisory Committee (MARC) as well as the Asthma, Total Knee Replacement and Low Back Pain Measurement Development Groups. She is a current member of the MARC and also the Measure Review Subcommittee. Cara is a past member of the NCQA Health Plan Advisory Board and the Minnesota Department of Human Services Immunization and Pregnancy Sub-group.
In her spare time, Cara enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, traveling, gardening and researching her family history. Cara volunteers at Providence Academy providing health screening exams for their student population. Cara has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Nursing from Gustavus Adolphus College and is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality.