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Organizations with divergent interests often face common challenges and seek to capitalize on common opportunities. We believe that by utilizing consensus-based collaboration, organizations can address some of the most complex challenges in health care. Through our deep health policy expertise and knowledge forming, convening, advising, and driving forward multi-sector alliances, we generate and advance policy and industry solutions not otherwise possible in today’s world.
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Leavitt Partners’ executives have been at the forefront of alliances for over two decades. We have a proven process for achieving results through collaboration, as outlined in Finding Allies, Building Alliances, a book co-authored by Leavitt Partners co-founders. We are successful because we bring diverse, multi-sector stakeholders together to build effective alliances focused on solving complex, long-standing policy challenges through development of consensus solutions.
Our proven process, substantive expertise, and outcomes-focused orientation produces results that bring value to stakeholders across the health care industry.
We establish alliances that are positioned for success by defining the objective, testing viability, and recruiting cross-sector members and thought leaders.
Convening and Managing
We organize and manage the necessary stakeholders using a suite of tools and processes to keep stakeholders together, focused, and advancing.
We advise alliances on complex policy issues necessary to develop consensus solutions that are viable.
We develop and execute strategies to successfully implement consensus-driven solutions through industry adoption, regulatory reform, or statutory reform.
Learn About Leavitt Partners’ Alliances
CARIN was convened by David Blumenthal, David Brailer, Aneesh Chopra, and Mike Leavitt in early 2016 to advance consumer-directed exchange of health information. The bipartisan, multi-sector collaborative developed an open API and Trust Framework for consumer-directed exchange of health information. Learn more.
The National Alliance to impact the Social Determinants of Health (NASDOH), is an example of a successful multi-sector, interdisciplinary collaboration, designed to address key issues and advance our national efforts to advance holistic, value-based, person-centered health care that can successfully impact the social determinants of health. Learn more.
A thirty-member alliance committed to safeguarding patients by ensuring the chain remains as secure as possible. PDSA was central in the development and enactment of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act. Learn more.
The Neuroscience Working Table includes organizations and coalitions representing more than 50 million Americans with psychiatric and neurologic diseases. The mission of the Working Table is to help establish a Neuroscience Center of Excellence at the FDA. Why is a Neuroscience Center of Excellence needed? Read more here. A Neuroscience Center of Excellence would be based and modeled on structure and aims of the Oncology Center of Excellence at the FDA. Learn more about the successes of the Oncology Center of Excellence here.
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