Georgia's Collaborative Healthcare Community
Alliant Health Solutions has continuously served the Georgia Medicaid program for more than 40 years, providing utilization management, program integrity and quality improvement services.
Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals is dedicated to furthering the ability of community hospitals to fulfill their primary mission of serving their communities. To this end, the Alliance will be a resource to members and a leader in advocating for sound health care policies and regulations.
Georgia Global Health Alliance (GGHA) exists to advance global health equity by promoting and facilitating collaboration amongst business, academia, non-profits and government organizations within Georgia and linking them with partners in the US and other countries.
Georgia Health Care Association and Georgia Center for Assisted Living (GHCA/GCAL) has represented long term care providers in the state for more than 60 years and currently serves skilled nursing centers, assisted living communities, and SOURCE agencies.
Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN) is focused on creating a healthier Georgia through the use and exchange of electronic health information.
Georgia HIMSS With nearly 2,300 healthcare IT professionals as members, the Georgia chapter of HIMSS is known nationally as the model citizen of how state/regional chapters should work. Its annual conference draws about 500+ participants and monthly programs deliver highly interactive discussion groups with hundreds more each year.
Georgia Hospital Association (GHA) is a nonprofit trade association focused on promoting the health and welfare of the public through the development of better hospital care for all Georgia citizens. The organization serves more than 160 hospitals in Georgia along with the individuals within those institutions.
Georgia Pharmacy Association represents Georgia’s pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and their patients. The organization fights for its members at the capitol, provides education and networking opportunities for its members, and gives members the resources they need to do their jobs better and improve their practices as well as their patients’ lives.
Georgia Research Alliance (GRA) Core Exchange program helps Georgia universities – both private and public – get access to the most advanced research facilities and lab technology. Participating universities share access to each other’s resources.
Georgia Rural Health Association is the oldest state rural health association in the country and has a highly active network of healthcare providers, educators, and individuals united in their commitment to improve the health and healthcare services of rural Georgians.
Georgia Senior Living Association is a non-profit trade association representing Georgia’s senior living industry and the growing population it services. Members range from freestanding assisted living residences and licensed personal care homes to retirement campuses.
HomeTown Health is a network of rural hospitals, healthcare providers and best practice business partners who collectively pursue ways to help its membership survive in the environment of constant changes in reimbursement, operations and technology.
Institute for Healthcare IT (IHIT) is a non-profit organization that is focused on fostering economic development opportunities and improving the accessibility and quality of healthcare in Georgia through the advancement of technology. IHIT sponsors multiple reports each year, including The Voice of Georgia’s Digital Health Ecosystem, The State of Cybersecurity Among Georgia Hospitals, and Georgia Healthcare IT Workforce Needs.
Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) has more than 8,000 members, including physicians in every specialty and practice setting and is focused on legislative, legal and third-party payer issues. It’s mission is to enhance patient care and the health of the public by advancing the art and science of medicine and by representing physicians and patients in the policy making process.
Technology Alliance of Georgia (TAG) Digital Health is home to more than 35,000 technology professionals across 25 different societies, including one of the most active societies, TAG Digital Health. Throughout the year, this society has active engagement from 5,000 healthcare IT related professionals and hosts multiple events. In addition to Atlanta, TAG has chapters in Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Middle Georgia and Savannah.