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Existing partnerships

Partnership Structures

HealthStream takes the guesswork out of partnering by customizing delivery to suit any business need


Courseware Distribution

HealthStream handles the details

  • HealthStream facilitates sales and marketing, content access, and content hosting on the partner's behalf
  • Learners access the partner content via their established HealthStream Learning Center (HLC) login
  • HealthStream provides a royalty to the partner organization


Link Distribution

Utilize HealthStream’s popular platform

  • A flexible option for partners who need to host content themselves, such as those who offer functionality not supported by the HealthStream Learning Center (HLC)
  • Partners are supported by HealthStream's sales and marketing efforts, providing access to established acute care and continuum markets
  • Users can access the partner content (via a link) by utilizing their established HLC login
  • HealthStream provides a royalty to the partner organization



Content delivery that satisfies all your customers’ needs

  • Partners handle all aspects of sales, marketing, and content hosting themselves
  • Users can access the partner content (via a link) by utilizing their established HLC login
  • Allows partners to meet all the needs of customers who require integration with the HLC or prefer a "one-stop-shop" for all their learning needs
  • Partners pay a fee to HealthStream whenever integration is activated


I appreciate the spirit of cooperation in our partnership. It is evident that both sides have a sincere interest in making sure it is a mutually beneficial relationship. Plus, the individuals we have the pleasure of working with are so professional and accountable.

Michelle Kinnison

Program Leader

AORN (Association of periOperative Registered Nurses)

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Utilize our technology solutions and business operations

Go to Market Plan

Collaborate on a custom go-to-market plan

Track Performance

Track performance

Our World-Class Partners

Our growing network includes 75+ courseware, application, and content partners who choose us to help market, sell, and distribute their content


The American Health Information Management Association® (AHIMA®) is a global nonprofit association of health information (HI) professionals with more than 67,000 members and more than 100,000 credentials in the field. The AHIMA mission of empowering people to impact health® drives our members and credentialed HI professionals to ensure that health information is accurate, complete, and available to patients and providers. Our leaders work at the intersection of healthcare, technology, and business and are found in data integrity and information privacy job functions worldwide.


American Red Cross
American Red Cross

The American Red Cross has been helping people prevent and respond to emergencies for more than a century. Physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals are part of the millions who have been certified in resuscitation and first aid and use their knowledge and skills to save lives.
American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)

The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit association, is the world's largest specialty nursing organization and an exceptional community of acute and critical care nurses offering unwavering professional and personal support in pursuit of the best possible patient care.


EBSCO is the leading provider of evidence-based clinical decision support solutions, shared decision-making resources, healthcare business intelligence, and peer-reviewed medical research information. Their dedication to best-in-class clinical decision support solutions aims to improve patient outcomes, increase patient engagement and satisfaction, and support value-based care. With the support of EBSCO, the clinical environment shifts to a culture where nurses and allied health professionals master skills, obtain fast answers to questions, and foster a culture of evidence-based practice and critical thinking leading to improved patient outcomes.

Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)

With 50,000 members worldwide, the Emergency Nurses Association® (ENA) has proven to be an indispensable resource to the global emergency nursing community. ENA addresses issues relevant to emergency care, publishes professional guidelines, provides education for emergency nurses and issues a peer-reviewed journal.


At FinThrive, we believe in a brighter future for healthcare. We rethink revenue management to advance the healthcare economy. Backed by decades of experience, the most brilliant minds in healthcare finance and the most comprehensive portfolio in the industry, FinThrive is uniquely positioned to lead the way in transforming healthcare revenue. Our end-to-end platform drives profitability, compliance and accuracy—lowering the cost of care and uplifting the entire system. We have the technology, scale and expertise to deliver a frictionless revenue experience. Together, we are breaking the cycle of inefficiency.

National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ)
National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ)

The National Association for Healthcare Quality® (NAHQ) is the only organization dedicated to healthcare quality professionals, defining the standard of excellence for the profession, and equipping professionals and organizations across the continuum of healthcare to meet these standards. NAHQ believes that to reduce variability in healthcare delivery, we must first reduce variability in healthcare quality competencies, so we focus our efforts on competency development and setting standards in this regard. NAHQ published the first and only Healthcare Quality Competency Framework; offers the only accredited certification in healthcare quality, the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality® (CPHQ); and additional educational programming to help healthcare leaders and staff demonstrate their value.

In 1922, six nurses founded Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, today known as Sigma at the Indiana University Training School for Nurses, which is now the Indiana University School of Nursing, in Indianapolis, IN, USA. The mission of Sigma is advancing world health and celebrating nurse excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. Sigma’s vision is to be the global organization of choice for nursing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Complete the form at the bottom of this page and you'll hear from someone on the HealthStream team within a few days. If we see a good fit between our organizations, we'll schedule an introduction call where we'll share more about the HealthStream Partner Program and you’ll share more about your organization and product offerings.
The time it takes to bring a product to the HealthStream marketplace varies based on a number of factors, including the level of integration or development work required. It is unlikely that a product would be "live" within a month.
Yes! Our partners vary in size significantly, in terms of head count, revenue, years in business, and more.
You will work with a member of our Partner Development Team during the introductory and onboarding process and will receive strategic guidance from one of HealthStream’s Program Managers throughout. During onboarding you’ll also work with our Content Operations, Marketing, and Sales teams.
We often don’t know the answer to this question until well into our relationship. Though we have an idea of product-market fit, it takes a few months to see a new product gain traction.
Generally speaking, yes. HealthStream offers our end-users a robust marketplace and we believe in choice for our customers.