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ESRD Network 13

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HSAG has served as End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network 13 (Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma) since 2013. HSAG has also served as ESRD Network 7 (Florida), since 2003, and acquired ESRD Network 15 (Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming), as well as ESRD Network 17 (American Samoa, Guam, Hawaii, the Mariana Islands, and Northern California) in 2015; and in 2021, acquired ESRD Network 18 (Southern California).

HSAG provides quality improvement, data management, grievance investigation, technical assistance, and patient and professional education services for nearly 1,400 dialysis providers and over 90,000 dialysis patients across our Network service areas. Our goal is to efficiently and effectively increase the quality of care and quality of life for ESRD patients.

  • Serving as conveners, organizers, motivators, and change agents
  • Leveraging technology to provide outreach and education
  • Serving as partners in quality improvement with beneficiaries, practitioners, healthcare providers, other healthcare organizations, and other stakeholders
  • Securing commitments to create collaborative relationships
  • Achieving and measuring changes at the patient level though data collection, analysis, and monitoring for improvement
  • Disseminating and spreading best practices including those relating to clinical care, quality improvement techniques, and data collection through information exchange
  • Participating in the development of CMS' national framework for providing emergency preparedness services



ESRD Network 13 | 3133 East Camelback Road, Suite 140 | Phoenix, AZ 85016-4545 | 405.942.6000


Patient Toll Free Line: 800.472.8664


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