To transform the way health care is delivered to our community.
Our network of independent and employed providers are working together to improve quality of care, to lower health care costs and improve the health of people in Southern Oregon.
Asante Health Network exists to enhance the value of health care services delivered to our communities through our partners by providing better care and better health at a lower cost.
Be the premier health care delivery network by transforming health and enriching lives in our communities.
In 2014, Asante joined with leading independent physician groups in Jackson and Josephine counties to form the Health Alliance of Southern Oregon, a network of physicians and health care leaders committed to improving health throughout Southern Oregon.
Now called the Asante Health Network, we continue to strive to deliver care that improves health at lower costs. With 750+ providers across 40+ specialties, Asante Health Network is positioned to bring innovative value to providers across Southern Oregon.
Our network of providers collaborate on clinical care models to advance the Quadruple Aim:
1. Improve the health of our region
2. Enhance the experience of care for the people we serve
3. Reduce the cost of health care
4. Enhance provider quality of practice and life
Our Governance & Leadership
Asante Health Network is governed by a Board of Managers, the majority of whom are physicians who represent independent provider groups. Other Board of Managers seats are held by Asante executives and physicians.
Our Board of Managers has established two supporting governing committees: the Asante Health Network Quality Committee and the Asante Health Network Finance Committee.
Supporting the work of our governance committees is a team of talented administrative and clinical leaders. Meet members of Asante Health Network’s leadership team.
“AHN gives my group the infrastructure and support to work toward the quadruple aim of improved patient experience, improved population health, improved cost of care and improved provider quality of life.”
– Joe Pastrano, MD, FACR, Radiology, Medford Radiological Group, AHN Board of Managers
Participation in Clinical Initiatives and Population Health Forums
Our network of independent and employed providers are working together to improve quality of care, to lower health care costs and improve the health of people in Southern Oregon. Examples of this work are quality improvement initiatives led by our physicians. These initiatives bring small groups of physicians and other health care professionals together to focus on standardizing an aspect of medical care based on evidenced-based best practices.