The Arizona Council of Human Service Providers
On behalf of member physicians, ArMA promotes leadership in the art and science of medicine and advocates for economically sustainable medical practices, the freedom to deliver care in the best interests of patients, and health for all Arizonans.
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers healthcare programs serving eligible Arizona residents.
An independent chapter of The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), an international professional society of 48,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations, AHE represents more than 800 professionals throughout the state. Our mission is to advance our members in healthcare leadership excellence by providing a professional community, offering relevant educational programs, networking events and career development opportunities.
Arizona Women in Healthcare (AZWIHC) was founded to provide women in healthcare the networking opportunities and professional development tools and education, that when combined with personal ambition and commitment to personal growth and development, will lead to greater career success and satisfaction.
Through education, networking, leadership, and mentoring programs, AZWIHC strives to advance and empower women in all sectors of the healthcare industry in Arizona.
With more than 550 members, HFMA is a leading industry resource providing education and development opportunities for its members and healthcare finance professionals.
Just as Arizona’s dedicated healthcare professionals serve as vital advocates for patients’ health, the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) serves as a powerful advocate for issues that impact the quality and accessibility of healthcare in Arizona. AzHHA’s membership includes health systems, hospitals and affiliated healthcare organizations that have united with the goal of improving healthcare delivery in Arizona. But we are more than a lobbying shop. We’re focused on the full-range of disciplines necessary to truly improve Arizona healthcare and get results.
The Maricopa County Medical Society is a non-profit member organization founded in 1892, and has been serving the needs of local physicians for longer than Arizona has been a state. The mission of the Society is to promote excellence in the quality of care and the health of our community and to represent and serve its members by acting as a strong, collective physician voice.
The Society also runs a for-profit subsidiary, referred to as Medical Society Business Services, that provides business support for our member physicians. Our medical collection agency, the Bureau of Medical Economics, and our credentials verification organization, the Great Arizona Central Credentialing Program, are the cornerstones of our business subsidiary that has assisted our physicians for more than 60 years.
AzMGMA is a 501(c)(6) organization, dedicated to the advancement of the professional development of members through education, networking, mentoring, and advocacy. Our goal is to promote the development of core leadership skills of medical practice leaders in the delivery of healthcare services and to represent the interest of our membership in policy making activities.
Bridging the gap between health care and health care policy, State of Reform is a stakeholder-driven initiative that brings people together.
State of Reform Health Policy conferences feature the most diverse convenings of senior health care executives and health policy leaders. These all-day events feature industry experts and policy-makers, covering the most complex issues facing health care today.
Vitalyst Health Foundation is on a mission to inform, connect and support efforts to improve the health of individuals and communities in Arizona.
Established following the sale of the St. Luke’s Hospital System to a for-profit corporation in 1996, the foundation operated as St. Luke’s Charitable Health Trust (1996-1999) and St. Luke’s Health Initiatives (2000-2016). Today, Vitalyst Health Foundation is an independent, non-partisan public foundation with four overarching priorities: (1) increasing access to care and insurance coverage, (2) working with municipal leaders to promote healthy community design, (3) building community-based organizational capacity, and (4) promoting health and healthcare innovations and collaborations.
Over its history, Vitalyst Health Foundation has invested more than $100 million into Arizona health and established itself as a key thought leader, convener, framer and catalyst of key health initiatives – ranging from statewide health policy and systems to the local development of community gardens.