Music Health Alliance’s Tatum Allsep Named 2016 Health Care Hero

Photo: Tatum Allsep (Founder and Executive Director, Music Health Alliance) and husband, Dr. Michael Allsep. Photo courtesy Nashville Business Journal

Photo: Tatum Allsep (Founder and Executive Director, Music Health Alliance) and husband, Dr. Michael Allsep. Photo courtesy Nashville Business Journal

Music Health Alliance Founder and Executive Director, Tatum Allsep, was recently honored by The Nashville Business Journal as one of their 2016 Health Care Heroes.

Allsep received the Health Care Hero Advocate Award for the second year in a row, having been honored in 2015 as the first-ever advocate recognized as a Health Care Hero.

Music Health Alliance is music’s only non-profit resource for healthcare. The mission of Music Health Alliance is to heal the music by providing access to healthcare through free services that protect (health insurance), direct (confidential guidance) & connect (access to resources) music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions.

In three years Music Health Alliance has served 4,100 music industry professionals and their families, and secured over $10.8 million in health care cost reductions enabling access to doctors, medicine, health insurance and financial assistance from the beginning to the end of life for all genres of music across the nation.

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