The Mission of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement is to improve health and healthcare in communities across the U.S. through the active and engaged network of our member Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives.
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) is a national organization representing over 30 member Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives (RHICs). These multi-stakeholder organizations are working in their regions and collaborating across regions to transform the healthcare delivery system and achieve the Triple Aim: improving the patient experience of care, including quality and satisfaction; improving the health of populations; and reducing the per-capita cost of health care. The RHICs are accomplishing this transformation by working directly with physicians and other healthcare providers, provider organizations, commercial and government payers, employers, consumers, and other healthcare related organizations. Both NRHI and its members are non-profit, non-governmental organizations.
What is NRHI?
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement
NRHI Expands Its Membership & Welcomes The New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) announced today that the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute is a new member of NRHI. Read More
ONC’s Interoperability Roadmap Offers a Critical Path toward Transparency and Better Care
The Center for Healthcare Transparency, a non-profit that is laying the groundwork for greater transparency of healthcare cost and quality across the country, applauds the move to data sharing for better care outlined in the Office of the National Coordinator’s…
NRHI Supports the Move to Data Sharing for Better Care
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement supports the move to the Office of the National Coordinator’s (ONC’s) Shared National Interoperability Roadmap. Full press release
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Awards IHI $4.8 Million to Help Communities Become National and Global Models of Health
This two-year initiative, SCALE, (Spreading Community Adopters through Learning and Evaluation) will involve up to 30 communities from across the U.S., aiming to match up to 10 “mentor communities” – those with a recent track record of achieving better health…