AACHC Partners

Website: https://www.healthyarizona.org/ 

Collaborative Ventures Network (CVN) was established in 1997 as a nonprofit organization to promote integration of services through collaboration in order to increase access to care and improve quality of care for Arizonans while reducing operating costs.  Its mission is “to foster collaborative business activities which enhance Community Health Center’s individual abilities to meet the needs of Arizona’s uninsured, underinsured and underserved.”

CVN has also developed a statewide Clinical Integration Network (CIN) program that supports both value-based care and provider group contracting with healthcare payors.  CVN-member health centers already deliver quality care for all patients served in our primary care network – clinically integrating physical, behavioral and oral health not only creates a patient-centered health home for individuals and families at each primary care site but also allows each health center to become the anchor for patient case management and care coordination across the broader clinical-social service


Website: https://www.whyimmunize.org/

The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI) is a non-profit statewide coalition of over 400 members.  TAPI was formed in response to the alarming fact that in 1993, only 43% of Arizona’s two-year-olds were fully immunized against preventable childhood diseases like measles, mumps, polio and whooping cough.  Through the efforts of TAPIs partners from both the public and private sectors, immunization coverage rates in Arizona have improved dramatically, with nearly three in four children fully immunized by age two.  Unfortunately, the problem never ends.  Each year in Arizona almost 90,000 babies are born, and none arrive immunized.