The Alliance for Community Health Integration (ACHI) is a coalition of public health, consumer advocacy, social service, and community organizations working to harness health care to address the social determinants of health and promote health equity.
Current ACHI Priorities:
Maximize the Impact of MassHealth Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)
MassHealth has made a commitment to address health-related social needs in their ACO program through screenings, referrals, and services. ACHI promotes strong relationships between ACOs and community-based organizations; and promotes data transparency regarding social needs, interventions, and outcomes so that advocates can identify what’s working and what needs to be improved.
Better Align Hospital Investments with Community Needs
ACHI advocates for changes in how hospitals invest in communities, such as through community benefits, so that these investments have a greater impact on social determinants, are more transparent to the community, and are driven by community-identified needs.
Partner with Health Care to Advance Affordable Housing Policy
ACHI partners with hospitals and other health sector leaders to use its combined political clout to advance state legislation that improves access to healthy, affordable housing options for all Massachusetts residents.
|Action for Boston Community Development||Greater Boston Food Bank||Massachusetts Communities Action Network|
|AIDS Action Committee||Greater Boston Interfaith Organization||Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance|
|Alliance of Massachusetts YMCAs||Health Care For All||Massachusetts Law Reform Institute|
|Boston Alliance for Community Health||Health Care Without Harm||Massachusetts Public Health Association|
|Boston Public Health Commission||Health Leads||MLPB|
|Center for Community Health Education Research and Service||Health Resources in Action||National Association of Social Workers--Massachusetts Chapter|
|Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation||Homes for Families||Project Bread|
|Children's HealthWatch||Jane Doe, Inc.||Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts|
|Citizen's Housing and Planning Association||Latino Health Insurance Program||Regional Housing Network of Massachusetts|
|Community Teamwork, Inc.||Massachusetts Association for Community Action||Western Massachusetts Health Equity Network|
|Disability Policy Consortium||Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations|
|Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath)||Massachusetts Association of Community Health Workers|
For more information, contact Maddie Ribble: email@example.com.