What does NEHI do? NEHI is the nation’s largest, most diverse, multi-stakeholder organization dedicated to identifying, analyzing and resolving critical health care issues. We lead collaborative efforts to influence policy and drive change on the strength of our independent, evidence-based research.
How is NEHI Supported?
As a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, NEHI relies on grants, sponsorships, member dues, and other financial support from individuals, member organizations, and corporate and foundation grantmakers. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of tax laws.
Who Are NEHI’s Members?
NEHI draws from all sectors of the health care industry, including biotechnology, medical device, pharmaceutical and health IT companies; hospitals; payers; providers; associations; patient and professional service organizations; and employers.
How Can My Organization Have Impact on Important Health Care Issues?
By being an active, contributing member of NEHI, you and your organization can become involved with significant issues in health care through our meetings, forums, committees and working groups.
As an Individual, How Can I Become Involved?
NEHI welcomes the support of individuals who do not have an organizational affiliation. Learn more about our Collaborators Initiative, which offers a way for individuals to participate and contribute with some member benefits.
We’re Interested in Supporting NEHI, But at This Time Membership is Not Appropriate. How Can We Still Become Involved?
We would be happy to work with you to identify project areas of mutual interest. With your goals in mind, we can engage your organization as a partner or sponsor and create a track to membership that will deliver your desired return on investment. By sponsoring an event or program, you will raise the visibility of your company with NEHI member organizations.
Learn more about how you can support NEHI.
What Are Your Focus Areas for Research?
- Health Reform
- Medical Innovation
- Health Information Technology
- Waste and Inefficiency in Health Care
- Prevention and Wellness
- Health and the Economy