Senior Marketing & Events Specialist
Tierney Anderson joined The Alliance in 2009 and currently serves as the cooperative’s marketing & events specialist. She previously served as marketing and member services coordinator. Her responsibilities include the development of effective communications and marketing materials for Alliance members and business partners by executing marketing plans and promoting products, services and events.
In addition to her work at The Alliance, Tierney is an active member on The Business Forum, previously serving on the board and acting as senior chair for the ATHENA committee. Tierney also participates in the Advertising Federation of Madison and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network of Madison.
Tierney earned her bachelor’s degree of business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with an emphasis in information systems and a certification on the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
The opioid epidemic is everywhere. It’s in the news, in your community, in your workplace and perhaps in your family. It’s likely that you know someone who has used opioids. In fact, many people who later become addicted have their first experience with an opioid prescribed by a physician to treat severe pain.
How do you put employees first in your health benefit strategy – and use benefits to recruit coveted workers in a highly competitive environment – without breaking the budget? For Promega, the answer is based in self-funded health benefits backed by the strengths of The Alliance network.
I recently had the privilege of meeting Lonnie Miller and learning about the knee replacement he had through QualityPath.
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The American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR) is holding a complimentary webinar on Wed., Nov. 1, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
AJRR is a hip and knee Registry for quality initiatives, including The Alliance’s QualityPath program. Whether you are already participating in the Registry, thinking about joining, or simply want to see what’s new with the AJRR, this webinar is for you. With over a million procedures in the database, the AJRR is helping hospitals, surgery centers, and surgeons improve orthopedic care in this country.
Join the webinar to learn:
What’s new with the AJRR
The data specifications, extraction, and submission protocol
Patient-reported outcome implementation, collection, and reporting methods
Utilizing the RegistryInsights dashboards for your reporting and analyses
Access AJRR’s online forum to interact with other Registry users
Click the following link to register for the Wed., Nov. 1, 2017 webinar: http://connect.ajrr.net/knowajrr-1. A recording of the webinar will be made available for all who join.
Manager of the student-health insurance plan at The University of Wisconsin, Richard Simpson explains how being part of an employer-owned cooperative helps him find "positivity in a not-so-positive" health care world.