Become an NHLC Member!
The National Health Leadership Council (NHLC) is a unique forum to enable collaboration and exchange of ideas between key national stakeholders ranging from leading health plans, industry and advocacy organizations, accreditation, pharmaceutical and provider organizations, as well as other leading employer-focused groups. Members meet in-person with coalitions and other NHLC members twice a year at both the Leadership Summits in June and Annual Forum in November.
Membership eligibility requirements:
- Interested organizations are national thought leaders and are considered “game-changers” in the healthcare industry
- Must schedule an interview with a member of the National Alliance leadership to be considered
- Applicants must be committed to the mission, vision and values of the National Alliance
- Applicants are approved by a majority of the National Alliance Board of Governors
Benefits of Membership:
- Engage with leaders of purchaser-led coalitions in high-level discussions of issues important to purchasers of health care services and products
- Network with large public and private purchasers that play a central role in both innovating and driving the supply chain to better improve health and value
- Inform the National Alliance and its member coalitions of your perspective and insights on the perspectives of other stakeholders on industry trends, challenges and innovations in the marketplace
- Work with the National Alliance and its members to shape the purchasing, strategy, health care improvement and delivery system innovations, agendas and programs for their national initiatives as well as structured rollout across the regional coalitions
- Network with other key healthcare stakeholders in neutral, informative and open forums in helping to shape an evolving value-based marketplace
- Participate in monthly Medical Director on Demand calls led by the National Alliance Chief Medical Officer
- Ability to distribute periodic communications to coalitions and other NHLC members on articles, press releases, etc.
- Invite strategic dialogues with National Alliance Leadership including face-to-face meetings as appropriate
- Be actively involved in strategic partnerships with the National Alliance and its coalition members through activities like:
- eValue8 performance assessments and supply chain improvement
- Research, Clinical & Actions Briefs
- National Initiatives (e.g. Opioids, Obesity, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Bundled Payments, Specialty Drugs, Waste & Pricing Equity)
- Education, National Webcasts and Leadership Summits on emerging issues and opportunities
Download NHLC Membership Application
Have questions? Contact Margaret Rehayem