Working Together to Find Solutions
The Partnership is honored to identify its Consortium Partners.
With its national network of chapters, it is the largest national voluntary health organization committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and helping those affected by it.
American Academy of Pediatrics
AAP and its member pediatricians dedicate their efforts and resources to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
American Diabetes Association
The Association is the nation's leading nonprofit health organization providing diabetes research, information and advocacy.
American Geriatrics Society
AGS is the premier professional organization of health care providers dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all older adults.
Family Voices is a national, grassroots network of over 40,000 families and friends, for sharing information concerning the health care of children with special health needs. Together, we share the expertise and experiences of families from around the country bringing the family perspective to policy discussions and decisions.
Johns Hopkins University
Founded in 1916 with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health is a leader in health research and education.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
NAMI is a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety disorders.
National Chronic Care Consortium
The Consortium (NCCC) is a strategic alliance of leading nonprofit health plans and providers in the United States and Canada. The NCCC’s mission is to change the delivery structures, administration, payment methods, and healthcare regulations that are fundamentally inconsistent with the nature of chronic illness.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Foundation is the nation's largest philanthropy devoted exclusively to health and health care. It concentrates its grantmaking in three goal areas: to assure that all Americans have access to basic health care at reasonable cost; to improve care and support for people with chronic healthc conditions; and to reduce the personal, social, and economic harm caused by substance abuse.