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Regional Intelligence. National Impact.

NRHI represents 33 Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives (RHICs) across the United States and two state- affiliated partners, all dedicated to the Institute for Health Improvement Triple Aim objectives: enhancing patient experience, reducing per-capita costs and improving population health.

Meet Our Members

A Multifaceted Approach to reform.

Our initiatives begin with support from our members and are organized around high-level topic areas. You can explore them below.

Data & Transparency

Access to transparent, high-quality data is vital to meaningful reform.

Multi-Region Innovation

Shared insights speed innovation, and accelerate progress toward reform.

Transformation Support

Live and electronic seminars at both the national and regional level.

Policy & Practice

What’s learned at the grassroots informs meaningful, actionable policy.

The HealthDoers Network provides trusted peer-to-peer forums and programming to support “HealthDoers” working to improve community health and healthcare.

Voices from the field

Hear from providers, consumers, payers and health plan employees - in their own words - about the work they do everyday to make healthcare more affordable and more accessible so individuals and communities achieve the outcomes they desire.

Cincinnati: Voices From the Field – Robert Kahn

When a child came into a Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Community Health clinic in 2010 to be treated for asthma, the doctor treating him did not stop at prescribing medication. Carefully trained to ask about social determinants of health, the doctor…

Lorrie Marquis: Presenting Data in Ways Customers Can Use and Understand

As the former Director of Pathways to Excellence, Maine Health Management Coalition, Lorrie Marquis has worked to create healthcare cost transparency for the people of Maine. With an emphasis on cost versus quality, Lorrie discusses the fact that level of…

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