Reforming States Group

What began in 1992 as a handful of states at the forefront of health reform is now the Reforming States Group (RSG), a bipartisan, voluntary group of state health policy leaders from both the executive and legislative branches who, with a small group of international colleagues, gather regularly to share information, develop professional networks, and work on solutions to pressing problems in health care—all while using the best available evidence and experience to improve population health.

Led by a Steering Committee, the RSG’s work and activities include:

The RSG Steering Committee encourages and expects the following interests and qualities from all members:

  1. Population health improvement
  2. Leadership
  3. Evidence-informed health policymaking
  4. Inquisitiveness
  5. A desire to make an impact
  6. Collegiality/bipartisanship
  7. Engagement