The Alliance for Health Policy is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping policymakers and the public better understand health policy, the root of the nation’s health care issues, and the trade-offs posed by various proposals for change. We believe a better health care system begins with a balanced exchange of evidence, experience, and multiple perspectives. Regardless of their point of view, our audience recognizes the Alliance’s reputation as a well-respected source for unbiased health policy information.
To improve health and health care by fostering a balanced exchange of evidence, experience, and multiple perspectives.
To inform solutions for improving health and health care in the United States by advancing health policy knowledge and facilitating solutions-focused dialogue among diverse stakeholders and leaders.
What We Do
Health policy isn’t easy. For almost 30 years, the Alliance has been helping to clarify and synthesize the issues for generations of policymakers and staff. But we do more than inform policymakers–we create a forum for dialogue by bringing together the health policy community to advance the conversation on tough issues. The Alliance has conducted hundreds of briefings on Capitol Hill and around the nation on timely and important health policy topics. Our events are among the most widely-respected and well-attended inside the Beltway, regularly drawing audiences of 200 or more congressional and agency staff, media, and health policy stakeholders. Whether they are new to health policy or seasoned experts, our audience looks to the Alliance as the trusted source of health policy information.
The Alliance is unique among entities in the Washington, D.C., area: Our goal is to carry out unbiased educational events for health care policymakers. Through our programs, including policy retreats for congressional staff and members of Congress, briefings for the health policy community, and press briefings, we bring together top national experts to convey the foundations of health policy and advance the dialogue on challenging health policy issues.