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Letter to Members
Posted on May 21 2015

Letter to Members

News Release

Press Release

Letter from RWJF

RWJF Letter to Alliance Leader – West Michigan

ICYMI: First Friday Forum Recap
Posted on March 6 2015

Alliance for Health previews new nutrition education video at forum Print By Sue Thoms | sthoms1@mlive.com Follow on Twitter on March 06, 2015 at 8:41 AM, updated March 06, 2015 at 8:47 AM Sue Thoms | sthoms1@mlive.com GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Nutrition first: That’s the focus of today’s Alliance for Health First Friday Forum. “No […]

News Release: Certificate of Need
Posted on February 5 2015
Medicare Physician Compare
Posted on December 22 2014

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has added new quality data to the Physician Compare website. Additionally, CMS has updated quality measures on the Hospital Compare website and released data on new measures. These websites are part of an Administration-wide effort to increase the availability and accessibility of information on quality, utilization and […]

The 2014 Quality Transparency Grades Are Out
Posted on December 17 2014

  The Grades Are Out: The 2014 State Report Card on Transparency of Physician Quality Information At a time when consumer-patients are expected to share more of their health care costs, access to information that aids their decision on where to seek care is critical. Last December, the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute (HCI3) released its first annual […]

News Release: Just the Facts
Posted on October 29 2014

The Alliance for Health acknowledges that the sustainability of the organization requires alignment and cohesion of the entire board of directors to the strategic initiatives being undertaken in support of the mission. The Alliance for Health is inviting current and former members of the board of directors to re-initiate conversation at the November meeting of […]

Health Series: How Food Affects Your Mood
Posted on April 23 2014

Published in the Grand Rapids Press on Sunday, January 19, 2014. This article highlights the link between nutrition and brain function for everyday living.