Health Improvement Institutes Quality Award (HIIQA)

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The HIIQA is an unsolicited award that the Health Improvement Institute gives to organizations whose awards to or ratings or Internet health information sites are within the HIIQA's scope and meet the Institute's standards of excellence for such awards/ratings. The HIIQA is intended to promote excellence in health-related Internet sites by encouraging organizations that make awards to or rate such sites to do so according to appropriate standards. Volunteer panels assess the awards and ratings of Internet health information sites that the Institute identifies. They reassess each award/rating annually to keep assessments up-to-date. There is no fee associated with the HIIQA. HIIQA is funded from the Institute's general funds. Advisory Board and Volunteer Assessment Panel members are volunteers. They agree to abide by our conflict of interest policy

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Information on the HIIQA was last updated on March 20, 1999