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David Coletta

Executive Director, Alliance Development

Email: dcoletta@ihi.org 


IHI Leadership Alliance Overview

A Dynamic, Collaborative Learning Community for Health Care Executives and Their Teams

​The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Leadership Alliance is a dynamic collaboration of health care executives who share a goal to work with one another as well as in partnership with our patients, workforces, and communities to deliver on the full promise of the IHI Triple Aim.

Alliance Members share generously with one another, confident that by collaborating and learning together, we can individually and collectively get better, faster.

In the early weeks of the US Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, IHI Leadership Alliance teams used this network to connect and share operational and clinical insights — exchanging support, emerging needs, and tactical solutions. This year, we're more committed than ever to rebuilding health care from the inside out.

Read the JAMA article by Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, FRCP, KBE, IHI President Emeritus, Senior Fellow, and Senior Advisor to the IHI Leadership Alliance​, on choices for the "New Normal" when adjusting to a world during and after COVID-19.


Year 9 of the IHI Leadership Alliance begins in October 2022. To learn more about the Alliance and how your organization can join this remarkable group of healthcare innovators, please reach out to David Coletta (dcoletta@ihi.org).
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 Who ​Should Join

The IHI Leadership Alliance is a dynamic, collaborative learning community for health system executives and their teams characterized by generosity, curiosity, courage, and commitment to delivering on the full promise of the Triple Aim.

We welcome organizations that believe that by sharing and learning with one another and partnering with patients, workforces, and communities can help us individually and collectively get better, faster. In other words, organizations that:

  • Have commitments from the highest levels of organizational leadership that delivering on the full promise of the Triple Aim is of strategic importance
  • Are willing to share generously and commit the time and resources required to meaningfully engage in developin​​​g, testing, implementing, and measuring care redesign efforts
  • Are fully committed to moving from talking to doing, from aspiring to achieving​

Recent Leadership Alliance pieces

IHI Leadership Alliance members prioritized workforce safety and well-being as an urgent priority. During the 2021–2022 Alliance year, the Workforce Safety and Well-Being Workgroup homed in on verbal and physical workplace violence in the pursuit of demonstrating alignment of workforce violence prevention and response efforts with advancing system transformation to improve workforce safety and well-being. This toolkit, informed by Alliance members and supplemented with external industry scanning, is intended to be a starting place for health care organizations on their journey to address workplace violence.

Written by Alliance leaders Drs. Doug Eby and Ed McGookin and IHI Executive Director Jill Duncan, RN, MPH, this piece examines the fate of visit-based medicine and the innovations to the system brought on by COVID-19.

A Modern Healthcare piece by Alliance member Dr. Steppe Mette and Alliance advisor Dr. Saranya Loehrer

A Modern Healthcare piece featuring Jill Duncan, RN, Alliance workgroup co-chair Helen Macfie, PharmD, and several other Alliance members.

A Modern Healthcare piece highlighting stories from Alliance member organizations Bellin Health, Northwell Health, and Providence.

An IHI blog post written in response to special March Leadership Alliance webinar where several members shared how they are preparing to fight the pandemic and all of the associated challenges.