Alliant Purchasing prides ourselves on our strong relationships
with our partners across the country. Please note, these are listed in Alphabetical order.
Alliant’s mission is simple: to help rural hospitals identify and achieve sustainable business models.
Without a sustainable business model, we know a hospital cannot survive. The math and business equation for small hospitals has become increasingly complex. With a sustainable business model, we are equipping our hospitals to continue meeting the needs of their communities, now and in the future.
ARHA (Alabama Rural Hospital Association)
The Alabama Rural Health Association is the state leader in promoting and advocating for rural health matters. With more than 850 members, we represent rural hospitals, rural health clinics, community health centers, educational institutions, industry partners and other healthcare providers with a vested interest in rural health.
Mississippi Rural Health Association (MRHA)
The Mississippi Rural Health Association is the primary resource for professionals and advocates for rural health in the state. The Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit, and aims to provide resources, education, and advocacy in support of rural health-related matters.
Premier Inc. (NASDAQ: PINC) is a healthcare improvement company uniting an alliance of approximately 4,000 U.S. hospitals and health systems and more than 175,000 other providers and organizations.
As an industry leader, Premier has created one of the most comprehensive databases of actionable data, clinical best practices and efficiency improvement strategies.
Tribal Solutions Buying Group
Tribal Solutions Group, LLC specializes in providing a range of services to Tribal nations, entities, and enterprises that will support your efforts in healthcare, education, broadband expansion, and economic development by providing access to indispensable resources.
TORCH (Texas Organization of Rural & Community Hospitals)
TORCH is an organization of rural and community hospitals, corporations and interested individuals working together to address the special needs and issues of rural and community hospitals, staff and patients they serve.