Welcome to NCHN
The National Cooperative of Health Networks Association (NCHN) is a national professional membership organization comprised exclusively of health networks, alliances, and/or consortiums dedicated to supporting the success of health networks.
NCHN is a not-for-profit national membership organization, which is governed by its members through an elected Board of Directors. Founded in the late 1980s, NCHN was incorporated in 1995. In the beginning, NCHN was comprised of 5-7 members representing newly formed networks.
Today the membership is approximately 60 network organizations across the nation and growing. NCHN is a dynamic, progressive, and nationally recognized professional organization that is relevant for health networks regardless of their stage of development.
From the NCHN Blog
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The NCHN Mission
To support and strengthen health networks through collaboration, networking, leadership development, and education.