ACHP is committed to improving care and coverage for the communities our members serve. By forming partnerships with leading industry organizations, ACHP is able to engage on pressing health care issues more effectively and help make our voice heard.
The Campaign for Sustainable Drug Pricing is a nonpartisan coalition of organizations focused on curtailing the high cost of prescription drugs through market-based solutions and policy change.
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the leading organization for health care financial leaders, representing more than 40,000 executives from health systems, hospitals and provider groups.
The National Alliance is a network of business health coalitions, representing more than 12,000 purchasers and 41 million Americans, providing the employer and purchaser perspective on health care.
The National Coalition on Health Care is a nonpartisan advocacy organization comprised of 80 organizations working together on quality, affordability and access in health care.
PCORI is a federal program designed to fund research that helps consumers make better-informed decisions about the health care, guided by those who will use that information.
Going Below the Surface is a coalition dedicated to addressing the root causes of high health spending by promoting discussions firmly based in health policy and systems research.
Representing multispecialty medical groups and integrated systems of care, AMGA advocates
for — and empowers it’s members to lead — the transformation of health care in America.
CAPP promotes the superior performance of physician-led medical groups and health systems in providing patient-centered medical care that enhances the health of patients and entire communities.
Spring Street Exchange was founded to foster partnerships between organizations who are interested in breaking from the status quo and improving the U.S. health care system.
The Partnership is a coalition of more than 40 organizations from across the health care spectrum committed to amending Part 2 to allow appropriate access to patient information that is essential for providing whole-person care.
Making Health Care Better
ACHP is the voice of a unique approach in health care today, one that puts the patient at the center with plans and clinical teams collaborating to improve health outcomes and reduce costs. Our advocacy focuses on providing policymakers with tested solutions, rooted in a model that is proven to deliver better value for patients, employers and taxpayers.