Our mission and vision statements were developed by our physician members and provide a solid foundation for Tower Health Partners®.
The mission of Tower Health Partners (THP) is to improve the overall health of our patient population through the deployment of a clinically integrated program that reduces care fragmentation and delivers high quality, cost-effective care. THP will be physician-driven and patient-centered with the goal of creating shared value for the patients, providers, employers, and payors.
Tower Health Partners will be nationally recognized as a premier clinically integrated healthcare organization. It will be a collaborative effort of healthcare professionals in a multi-disciplinary network providing coordinated patient-centric medical care using evidence-based guidelines that promotes transformative care, accountability, and cost containment to improve efficiency and patient satisfaction. Through dedicated physician leadership and population health management, Tower Health Partners is committed to serving the diverse needs of its community and surrounding areas.
Tower Health Partners is governed by five physician-led committees and a 13-member Board of Managers. Membership in a committee is open to any Tower Health Partners’ participating physician. The committees are a balance of employed and independent physicians from all Tower Health Partners’ affiliated hospitals, bringing together unique perspectives on the topics, issues, and projects covered throughout the year.
Tower Health Partners Committees
Clinical Informatics (CI)
- Technology and IT Infrastructure
Finance and Contracting (F&C)
- Contract and Financial Management
Population Health Management (PHM)
- Evidence-Based Guidelines and Policies
Provider Network, Credentialing, and Enrollment (PNCE)
- Network Communication and Maintenance
Quality Improvement and Clinical Integration (QICI)
- Metrics and Performance Improvement
Tower Health Partners Board of Managers
The Board of Managers is comprised of 13 members. By charter, 10 Managers and the Chairperson are required to be physicians. The Board’s purpose is to oversee the development and implementation of all components of the clinical integration program, ensuring every strategic objective is beneficial to all participating physicians.