LEADERSHIP. EDUCATION.COLLABORATION.
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) is a national organization representing regional health improvement collaboratives (RHICs) and affiliated partners working to transform the healthcare delivery system - locally and nationally. 

Their impact spans across 70% of the United States.
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our mission

We envision a world where local leaders work effectively together to improve the patient experience of care, improve the health of populations, and reduce the cost trend in the communities we serve.

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NRHI is more than the sum of its parts

Areas of Expertise

Significant changes in the way healthcare is paid for, the way providers are organized, and the way consumer benefits are structured will be needed to achieve greater value in healthcare. To be successful, these changes must be made in a coordinated way.

Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives can serve as catalysts for payment and delivery system reforms, as neutral planning and problem-solving forums where win-win multi-payer, multi-provider payment and delivery reforms can be designed, and as sources of both leadership and technical assistance in implementing needed reforms.

You cannot manage what you cannot measure. In the case of healthcare, communities must be able to identify opportunities for reducing costs and improving quality, and monitor whether those opportunities are being successfully addressed.

Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives can serve as a trusted source of actionable information about the cost and quality of healthcare services, the health of the population, and/or the extent to which innovative methods of delivery, payment, and health promotion are being used in their community.

NRHI Lead Initiatives