Thursday, September 4, 2008

More Chartered Value Exchanges

Eleven more communities will join the fourteen already designated by Leavitt as Chartered Value Exchanges - collaborations focused on improving care and transparency.

The new Chartered Value Exchanges are:

* Aligning Forces for Quality, based in York, Pa.;
* the California Chartered Value Exchange, in San Francisco;
* the Colorado Chartered Value Exchange in Denver;
* eHealth Connecticut, Inc., of Middletown, Conn.;
* the Greater Louisville Value Exchange Partnership in Louisville, Ky. ;
* the Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati and HealthBridge, in Cincinnati, Ohio;
* the Kansas City Quality Improvement Consortium, in Kansas City, Mo. ;
* Michigan Health Information Alliance, in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.;
* the Nevada Partnership for Value-driven Health Care, in Las Vegas,;
* the Quality Health First program, managed by the Indiana Health Information Exchange of Indianapolis, Ind.;
* and the Virginia Health Care Alliance of Glen Allen, Va.


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