Consumer-Purchaser Alliance

The Consumer-Purchaser Alliance is a coalition of leading national and local consumer organizations, employers, and labor organizations dedicated to improving the quality and affordability of health care in America for consumers and health care purchasers. The project’s mission is to put the patient in the driver’s seat—to share useful information about provider performance so that patients can make informed choices, purchasers can better reward the best performing providers, and providers can improve the quality of their care.

Contact the Consumer-Purchaser Alliance

Pacific Business Group on Health

221 Main Street, Suite 1500
San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 281-8660

Jennifer Eames Huff, MPH

(415) 281-8660

Recent Resources

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How Physician Compare Could Help Consumers

The new Physician Compare website launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is coming of age at a time when consumers are demanding comparative information about almost everything they buy, including health care services. A new brief from the Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project explains how Physician Compare changes the field of information available on physician performance, how the website will roll-out, and recommendations for improvement.

Read the brief
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