Washington Health Alliance recently completed a purchaser-led project with the central aim of using data and collective action to improve the value of care received by individuals in Washington state. In their white paper, Aligning to Drive Value, the Alliance shares the learnings gained through its work with eight self-funded purchaser members, which includes private and public employers, union trusts, and a multi-employer plan. Together, they provide health benefits to approximately 550,000 individuals or about 7% of Washington state’s population.
Better Health partnership recently highlighted their First Year Cleveland initiative focused on infant mortality. Preliminary data from 2020 show an 11.4 preterm birth rate – the lowest reported since 2015...Read More