The National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions is the only nonprofit, purchaser-led organization with a national and regional structure dedicated to driving health and healthcare value across the country
Our members represent more than 12,000 employers/purchasers and 45 million Americans, spending $300 billion annually on healthcare
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Promoting systemic improvements and real solutions for serious mental health conditions prevalent among the US workforce
Addressing all aspects of wellbeing so employers can better optimize organizational performance.
Supporting regional coalitions and employers to provide quality care throughout the patient cancer journey
Using alternative payment models to increase care efficiency while improving quality outcomes at lower costs
Demonstrating the impact of effective interventions and community partnership to address regional challenges
This report puts the emphasis on patient-centered care, laying out the cancer patient’s journey and offering opportunities for adding value by providing a roadmap for employers.
This report identifies gaps in mental healthcare and related benefits administration based on the annual eValue8™ survey of health plans.
Action Briefs examine high-cost, high-variability healthcare topics, offering employers practical solutions to complex challenges.
I have often cited that employers, as the main purchasers of healthcare, sit on top of the supply chain and have the potential to lead the much-needed transformation of this market. While a number of substantive changes in this industry have come from ...
On March 1st, the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions (the "National Alliance") submitted a letter to Senator Alexander's office in response to his request for recommendations on ways to reduce waste in the U.S. health care system. Read ...
State of the Union from the healthcare purchaser lens
Last night’s State of the Union address was light on healthcare, but here are a few key takeaways:
The Administration’s Drug Blueprint is still alive - After last week’s announcement ...
This guest post by Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, Founder and President, Foundation for Art & Healing originally published on September 25, 2018 on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Lifesaver blog
As a physician and public health expert, ...
Guest post by Robert Smith, executive director, Colorado Business Group on Health, written on September 7, 2018 Earlier last week I read an article from The Washington Post titled Where Did Our Raises Go? To Health Care. The piece ...