The Mission of the P3Alliance is to investigate and disseminate accurate, politically neutral information on the opioids crisis to correct a misguided and destructive narrative, to use this information to empower balanced changes in medical policy at the local, state, and federal levels that will free medical professionals to treat patients according to their individual needs, and to establish steps for future protections from manipulative and unwarranted 3rd party interference which has all but destroyed the sanctity of the patient/medical team relationship and the privacy of patients' protected medical information.
Our need to pursue balanced public policy related to the opioid crisis and opioid prescribing is just a symptom of a much larger need. Allowing 3rd parties and political narratives to influence the practice of medicine and healthcare policy has come at a great cost to the Patient/Practitioner relationship. Until that sacred relationship is protected and 3rd party actors are forbidden from wielding political pressure in healthcare, individualized care from compassionate medical professionals will remain elusive.
Click on 'P3Alliance Partners' in the menu above to be introduced to our partners. Each of these organizations work in a unique space to bring transparency to healthcare while protecting the patient/practitioner relationship. If you are interested in joining this coalition of emerging organizations and leaders, contact us on our homepage or through the text message option here and we will send you our alliance packet and schedule a conference call.
We are a self and community funded grassroots social enterprise devoted to affecting legislative change across the country. We focus on identifying solutions and presenting ideal policies that reduce overdoses and addiction. The key is to do this while limiting negative consequences to the patients who depend on opioid pain medications to continue working and for their quality of life. Our most recent success was in Oklahoma where we worked with stakeholders to amend the states opioid prescribing law in ways that brought the same level of transparency to PDMP access as other similar databases require, provide a targeted Committee real time information to track and reduce overdoses, while giving practitioners better options and protections when prescribing pain medications to patients.
Landing in activism years ago, Ms. Stewart refers to herself as a 2 time accidental Activist. While working towards dual degrees at Oklahoma State University and her Executive Certification in Public Policy through the Harvard Kennedy School online programs, she focused on learning to work within a broken system to make life saving chang
Landing in activism years ago, Ms. Stewart refers to herself as a 2 time accidental Activist. While working towards dual degrees at Oklahoma State University and her Executive Certification in Public Policy through the Harvard Kennedy School online programs, she focused on learning to work within a broken system to make life saving changes. Never content to accept that the very systems which are necessary to survival were too corrupt or damaged beyond repair, she began working with online groups and nonprofits to advance their issues legislatively.
Tamera Lynn Stewart is the Policy Director for the P3Alliance and a registered grassroots lobbyist in a handful of states where she has impacted state level policy regarding protections of the Patient-Practitioner relationship and pain management during an overdose crisis. Her ability to build relationships and powerful alliances led to her most recent legislative victory where she and her team successfully increased transparency in an AI driven database that impacts patients lives, refined Oklahoma law regarding palliative care, and added good faith protections to practitioners who prescribe opioids for pain management. She was featured in a recent article in Filter Magazine and co-authored an op-ed in The Tulsa World. She has become the ‘go to’ activist when elected officials and agencies responsible for ensuring the health of Americans are ready to find balanced solutions to the current overdose crisis.
Julia Heath is Co-Founder and National Director of Medical Initiatives for P3Alliance. Her experiences both as a former Texas Licensed, Nationally Certified Physician Assistant (PA), and a patient who has endured over 2 decades of chronic, intractable pain puts Julia in a unique position of understanding both the medical professional's a
Julia Heath is Co-Founder and National Director of Medical Initiatives for P3Alliance. Her experiences both as a former Texas Licensed, Nationally Certified Physician Assistant (PA), and a patient who has endured over 2 decades of chronic, intractable pain puts Julia in a unique position of understanding both the medical professional's and patient's points of view. Julia trained as a non-competitive bodybuilder in her 20's and 30's. Her interest in exercise and health led her to pursue a degree in Exercise and Sports Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), where she received a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Exercise Science with double minors in Biology and Nutrition. She graduated Summa Cum Laude, and received state-wide recognition for her research on smoking and its effects on anaerobic exercise. Upon graduation from UTA, she was accepted to the PA program at the University of North Texas Health Science Center - Ft. Worth, in their School of Osteopathic Medicine. She served as class representative to the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants, and graduated with honors in 2001. Additionally, Julia has an Associate Degree of Applied Arts and Science in Business Management from Northlake College in Irving, TX. Julia was born and raised in Texas, and currently lives in the Dallas metroplex with her husband Tim and daughter Trinity.
Alexandra du Bois attended UC Denver majoring in writing & minoring in communications. She brings those skills to P3 as the National Operations Manager. Alexandra works with an organized & passionate attitude, adhering to the old adage, “to whom much is given, much is expected”. She believes the art of communication, & commitment to st
Alexandra du Bois attended UC Denver majoring in writing & minoring in communications. She brings those skills to P3 as the National Operations Manager. Alexandra works with an organized & passionate attitude, adhering to the old adage, “to whom much is given, much is expected”. She believes the art of communication, & commitment to staying the course on all endeavors is the key to success. With her strong organizational, writing, & communications skills. Alexandra’s career spans four decades, & since attending UC Denver has held various positions within large organizations & as a personal business owner. Teacher, Manager, Team Leader, Executive Secretary, Creative Director, Business Owner, mother & wife are just a few titles she’s held, and each of these positions endowed Alexandra with unique skill sets & qualities which are important to P3Alliance.
Throughout her life Alexandra has fought for those less fortunate, believing those without a voice deserve to be heard & have a seat at the table. “When something impacts your quality of life, your ability to provide for yourself & your family, & general mental wellbeing, it’s important. Those are things worth fighting for.”, writes Alexandra. “Sometimes we need to be a little uncomfortable in order to do what’s right. Staying stuck is not an option; move forward or sideways… never backwards.” This energy, clear sense of direction & purpose, devotion to helping others, & unique creative abilities are some of the talents we appreciate about Alexandra. Her careful & persistent work ethic, attention to detail, & ability to research, analyze & compile confidential &/or sensitive information in a cogent relatable thought/argument is what makes Alexandra a vital part of our organization. P3 is excited to have Alexandra leading the Operations of P3Alliance.