Over the past 22 years, the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH) has provided expertise, resources and a voice to its member coalitions across the country and represented each community coalition at the national level.
We are a national, non-profit 501(c)6, membership organization of purchaser-led health care coalitions. NBCH and its members are dedicated to value-based purchasing of health care services through the collective action of public and private purchasers. NBCH seeks to accelerate the nation's progress towards safe, efficient, high-quality health care and the improved health status of the American population.
Who Are Our Members?
NBCH’s membership of
purchaser-led coalitions across the United States represent over 7,000 employers and approximately 35 million employees
and their dependents. These business coalitions are composed of mostly mid- and
large-sized employers in both the private and public sectors in a particular
city, county, or region. NBCH member coalitions are committed to community
health reform, including an improvement in the value of health care provided
through employer-sponsored health plans and to the entire community.
NBCH provides expertise, resources, and a voice to its member coalitions across the country and represents each community coalition at the national level. As a "coalition of coalitions," NBCH spreads the tenets and practical applications of community health reform to areas where employers have yet to organize their purchasing power. For several years, NBCH has pursued national purchasing initiatives to offer turn-key health care products and services to community coalitions and their member employers. NBCH is dedicated to making the coalition movement the vehicle for meaningful change in the health care system throughout the United States.
NBCH seeks to accelerate the nation's progress towards safe, efficient, high-quality health care and the improved health status of the American population.
Since 1992, NBCH's member coalitions and multi-stakeholder affiliates have been actively engaged in developing programs that foster the four pillars of value-based purchasing: