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The National Business Coalition on Health Rebrands and Renames

By Andie Burjek

Sep. 27, 2016

The National Business Coalition on Health is renewing its focus and its name. Now the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions (NAHPC), the organization — made up of 50 coalitions across the country — uses its collective influence to advance innovation in health care nationwide.

image001Along with the name change, this refocusing also entails a new look and a new website. Also, the NAHPC is launching several initiatives geared toward innovation in health and well-being, according to the National Alliance president and CEO Mike Thompson in a press release.

The reach of the coalitions is wide, supporting over 12,000 health care purchasers that provide coverage to 41 million Americans in both the public and the private sector.

“This new brand reflects the collective impact we have as coalitions across the country,” said Karen van Caulil, president and CEO of the Florida Health Care Coalition and the National Alliance board chair, in a statement. “By working together our purchaser networks are helping to transform both the health of our employees and communities while improving the performance and value of our healthcare system.”

 

Andie Burjek is an associate editor at Workforce.com.

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