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Business and Alliance Partners
Organizations representing over 200 Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) from more than 40 states came together to form the National Association of ACOs. NAACOS is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization that allows ACOs to work together to increase quality of care, lower costs and improve the health of communities. In addition, NAACOS has over 100 vendors as Business Partners.
NAACOS is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the ACO membership. One of its major goals is to facilitate communication with the ACO vendor community through a special category of membership called Business Partner. These partners will have special access to the NAACOS membership and exclusive opportunities for attending and exhibiting at NAACOS conferences which gather hundreds of leaders from the ACO community each spring and fall. These events provided a much-needed opportunity for ACO leaders to hear first-hand from CMS officials, to share best practices with peers, and to network with vendors.
Partnership Types1. Business Partners: For-profit companies with products and services for sale to ACOs. Business Partner Benefits:
2. Alliance Partners: Non-profits with resources available to ACOs at no charge. This may include universities, associations, foundations, government agencies, and think tanks. Alliance Partner Benefits:
* Each business partner is allowed one email per year for an additional fee. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. NAACOS forwards the copy to our members with the following heading: "As part of the NAACOS Business Partner program, we are sending our members the following information. NAACOS does not represent or endorse business partner messages but believes this information may at times be valuable to our members." Email addresses are not provided to the business partner. The email is limited to 500 words and can be in HTML or text. Messages can not include surveys or links to business partner surveys.
NAACOS is a 501 (c) 6 non-profit organization that allows ACOs to work together to increase quality of care, lower costs and improve the health of the communities. Determined to create an environment for advocacy and shared learning, organizations representing over 200 Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) from more than 40 States have formed the National Association of ACOs. Our mission is to:
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