NIHCM works with some of the best thought leaders in health care to build bridges and bring to light information on improving health. It has a broad network of partners in federal, state, and local governments, and leaders in public health, advocacy, academia, media and the private sector, built over the last 26 years. Its Advisory Board is a group of highly regarded academics, physicians and former government leaders, from both sides of the aisle, and its Board of Directors includes the CEOs of health plans covering more than 40 percent of privately insured Americans.
What it does
Analyze and provide strategic vision on critical health issues and new research.
Connect bi-partisan groups of leaders in health policy, care, and business in ways that catalyze new ideas about transforming population health. Its work includes Capitol Hill Briefings and CEO Seminars.
Support and Recognize the best independent, groundbreaking, and impactful health care Journalism and Research.
The National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) was incorporated in 1993 by a group of forward-thinking health plan CEOs under the leadership of Founding President and CEO Nancy Chockley. In 1998, NIHCM reorganized to maintain the LLC, while launching the NIHCM Foundation. From its original mission of partnering with the federal government to create brighter futures for women and children, the NIHCM foundation has expanded its work to improve care for all by building the evidence base for policies on a wide range of issues.