The Better Health Partnership is a 501(c)(3) multi-stakeholder Regional Health Care Improvement Collaborative established in 2007 with support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as part of its national Aligning Forces for Quality initiative.
Members include health care providers and systems, insurance plans, employer groups and community organizations that are committed to transforming health care to achieve better care, better health and lower costs.
Better Health focuses on primary care and important chronic conditions that undermine the health of communities and frustrate efforts to reduce health care costs. We support advancement of high-quality and appropriate care to increase the value of health care for all stakeholders.
Our Vision Statement is:
To help make Northeast Ohio a healthier place to live and a better place to do business.
Our Mission Statement is:
We provide a safe space for health care competitors to collaborate
on common problems and share innovative best practices.
- Accountable community health, by aligning and integrating clinical and public health-based strategies to prevent chronic disease and improve its management
- Transparency, measurement and reporting to drive and document health care transformation and its impact on clinical care and outcomes, health disparities, public health and economic vitality
- Patient-centered accountable care delivery, to increase the number of people who receive care in a patient-centered health systems that are accountable for high-value care