The State and Local Government Benefits Association (SALGBA) is a national organization whose purpose is to provide its members with educational and collaborative support. SALGBA offers a continuing education program that provides accreditation as a Certified Government Benefits Administrator.

The Smarter Health Care Coalition has grown to include a broad-based and diverse group of health care innovators, including health plans, life science companies, employer groups, provider-related organizations, trade associations, academia centers and professors, foundations, and consumer groups.

An advocacy organization dedicated to bringing together employers, consumers, and taxpayers to educate lawmakers on the rising cost of healthcare and provide ideas on how we can work together to find better solutions that lower healthcare costs for ALL Americans.

C-TAC members are actively working towards transforming health care to achieve a shared vision that “All Americans with advanced illness, especially the sickest and most vulnerable, receive comprehensive, high-quality, person-centered care that is consistent with their goals and values and honors their dignity.”

The Coalition for Affordable Prescription Drugs brings together a broad-based group of pharmacy benefit managers, employers, unions, health systems, public sector employees, retirees and other stakeholders who are working to be part of the prescription for affordable health.

The mission of the Better Medicare Alliance is to build a healthy future by advocating for a strong Medicare Advantage. A coalition of experts with unique and varied experience in Medicare Advantage, the Alliance is comprised of beneficiaries, providers, advocates, and plans representing innovative thinkers and doers that work together to share the experience of Medicare Advantage. Working together, they’re leading conversations in Washington about the future of care.

Coalition Against Surprise Medical Billing

Members of the Coalition Against Surprise Medical Billing, which represent accountable care providers, leading employer groups, and health insurance providers and the tens of millions of people they employ and serve each day, support meaningful solutions to end surprise medical billing that would:

  • Protect patients and families from surprise medical bills sent by out-of-network providers.
  • Maintain fair and equitable payments for providers with a benchmark standard based on local, competitive market-based rates.
  • Help reduce consumers’ health insurance premiums and taxpayers’ costs by avoiding an arbitration process that adds unnecessary cost, delay and bureaucracy to the health system and is particularly harmful for smaller companies.