The Health Services Coalition (HSC) is a nonprofit group located in Southern Nevada that focuses on purchasing high-quality, cost-effective health care services for its members by working with health care providers and community leaders. The coalition is comprised of some of the largest self-funded employers and union-based health trust funds in the Silver State. We proudly represent 25 employers and over 280,000 employees and their dependents throughout Southern Nevada.
We are active members of the National Business Coalition on Health is now National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions, Healthcare Financial Management Association and International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.
The Health Services Coalition is dedicated to improving the quality, affordability and accessibility of health care in Southern Nevada for its members and the community at large.
Our vision is to make healthcare better. We seek better healthcare and better health for our member and our community in Southern Nevada.
First established as the Health Services Purchasing Coalition (HSPC) in 1998, the group was originally formed to mitigate market changes in the delivery and cost of hospital care in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas had experienced a consolidation of hospital systems, which in turn reduced competition in the market. In addition, most health plans were reporting double digit rate increases annually in relation to inpatient and outpatient hospital care. Along with the rising cost of care and reduced competition, members were experiencing quality issues.
In 2000, the HSPC became incorporated in the state of Nevada and was designated a nonprofit corporation in 2001. In 2005, the coalition board approved a name change to Health Services Coalition in order to better reflect strategic goals of improving health care quality in addition to volume purchasing and hospital contracting initiatives.