ACPM works in partnership with a broad range of organizations to advocate for improved quality of care, increased access to care, and to create a healthcare system built around prevention.
The Adult Vaccine Access Coalition’s (AVAC) goal is to raise awareness, improve access, and increase utilization of vaccines among adults.
The CDC Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition of organizations committed to strengthening the nation’s public health structure and prevention programs. Their mission is to ensure that health promotion and disease prevention are given top priority in federal funding, and to support a funding level for CDC that enables it to carry out its prevention mission.
The Coalition for Health Funding (CHF) works to preserve and strengthen federal investments across the public health continuum. Founded in 1970, the Coalition’s members speak in support of federally funded health programs with the shared goal of improved health and well-being for all.
The Collaborative for Effective Prescription Opioid Policies (CEPOP) engages stakeholders behind a comprehensive and balanced public policy strategy to reduce prescription opioid abuse and promote treatment options, both for those living with chronic pain and confronting addiction.
The DAA is a coalition representing patient, professional, and trade associations working to educate and inform legislators and other policymakers about the enormous challenges diabetes and prediabetes pose to US health and prosperity and how legislation and public policy can help change the course of growth of the population of people with type 2 diabetes and complications associated with the disease.
Friends of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is an advocacy organization that strongly supports the programs at HRSA designed to improve health and health equity by strengthening the health workforce and increasing access to quality healthcare for those who are medically underserved or face barriers to needed care.
HPNEC is an alliance of more than 60 organizations dedicated to educating professional health personnel. The members of HPNEC advocate for adequate and continued support for the health professions and nursing workforce development programs authorized under Titles VII and VIII of the Public Health Services Act.
The Consortium brings together associations representing 500,000 clinical practitioners to carry the message that: 1) climate change is harming Americans; 2) the way to slow or stop these harms is to decrease the use of fossil fuels and increase energy efficiency and use of clean energy sources, and; 3) these changes in energy sources will improve the quality of our air and water and bring immediate health benefits.
NDD United is an alliance of organizations working to protect investments in core government functions that benefit all Americans. The programs – known in the nation’s capital as nondefense discretionary or “NDD” programs – include veterans’ affairs, medical and scientific research, education and job training, infrastructure, public safety and law enforcement, public health, weather monitoring and environmental protection, natural and cultural resources, housing and social services, and international relations.
The Partners Coalition is a coalition of more than 60 groups working with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids committed to reducing death and disability caused by tobacco use.
The PAPR Coalition works to ensure that Americans have access to and choice of appropriate over-the-counter (OTC) pain relief while educating the public about the appropriate use of acetaminophen.
TFAH is an organization dedicated to saving lives by protecting the health of every community and working to make disease prevention a national priority.
S-Far is a partnership of organizations working to ensure that any U.S. government strategy to address antimicrobial resistance involves sustained and meaningful engagement with non-government experts and stakeholders throughout the policy development and implementation process.
The Zika Coalition was established in response to the rapid spread of Zika and microcephaly in South America, and promotes policies at the national level to prevent, mitigate, and address the spread of the Zika virus and its health consequences, with a particular focus on preventing microcephaly and other birth defects.