PARTICIPATE IN EVOLVING BEST PRACTICES AND INNOVATIONS AND GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Join the discussion of how to improve the health care system in Washington and across the country with peers, regional innovators, and national thought leaders. Together with other stakeholders, you will be on the cutting edge of innovation and accessible best practices, enabling you to make critical decisions that will improve quality and reduce health care costs in your own organization.
Attending All-Alliance member-only meetings provide networking opportunities that rival the best conferences. Click here for a list of our Board members and here for Alliance member organizations. And membership provides opportunities to attend the Alliance’s regular committee meetings, such as the Quality Improvement Committee, Health Economics Committee, Consumer Education Committee, and the Alliance Board of Directors meetings (click here for a description of the committees and here for a meeting schedule).
NEUTRAL THIRD-PARTY DATA ABOUT YOUR ORGANIZATION
Your membership gives you important analysis from the Alliance, a respected national voice on waste and low-value care. For member organizations that also choose to be data suppliers, the Alliance provides special reports tailored to your insured population with granular detail that enables you to make informed choices to improve the health care quality your members receive. You also receive the Alliance’s regular newsletters, highlighting the great work happening in the country, the region, and by other members.
SUPPORT TRANSPARENCY AND HELP IMPROVE THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
By joining the Alliance, you are helping efforts to make health care more affordable and transparent. You will become a partner in identifying and addressing the problems to improve health care for Washington residents and leading the country to a less wasteful and higher quality health care system.
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“With the Alliance, we have a seat at the table with fellow purchasers, health plans, and providers, and that has proven to be of immense value, as well as being an added resource to manage our health care costs more effectively.”
Director, Member Pooling Programs
Association of Washington Cities