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Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement

Joining Forces to Improve Health Outcomes in Metro Atlanta

The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) is an interdisciplinary, coalition working to improve the region’s health through a collaborative approach to community health assessments and improvement strategies.

In response to the growing community health needs, the ARCHI has brought together traditional and non-traditional partners. These community representatives include: hospitals, physicians, insurers, FQHCs, behavioral health providers, business leaders, faith-based groups, educators, philanthropy, public health, local governments, regional leaders, academics and the CDC with the Georgia Health Policy Center, the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), and the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta taking the lead. The 2013 ARCHI report details some of the collaborative work to date.

Read more about ARCHI’s community impact in The Healthcare Blog’s feature of the collaborative.

The ARCHI Website is a resource for presentations, the ARCHI playbook, a community health assessment, and more. Visit to learn more.


ARCHI Overview from Atlanta Regional Commission on Vimeo.