The Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health Care’s purpose is to reduce harm to patients by fostering investigation to better understand the causation of harm; programs and tools to implement patient safety initiatives; education to promote patient safety; dissemination of patient safety information and a health care culture of respect, transparency, and accountability. The Council has 17 member organizations, professional societies representing multidisciplinary healthcare professionals, including AWHONN, ACOG, NPWH and ACNM.
The Coalition to Stop Opioid Overdose is group of health care, educational, and patient advocacy organizations that share a common goal of passing meaningful and comprehensive opioid overdose prevention legislation.
The Veterans Access to Quality Healthcare Alliance is a coalition made up of professional nursing organizations that support Veterans’ access to the care they need and deserve.
The Nursing Community is a forum for professional nursing and related organizations to collaborate on a wide spectrum of health care and nursing issues including practice, education, and research.
The Health Professions and Nursing Education Coalition is an informal coalition that advocates for ample support for the health professions and nursing education programs authorized under Titles VII and VIII of the Public Health Service Act. HPNEC believes these programs "are essential to the development and training of tomorrow's health professionals and are critical to providing continued health services to under served and minority communities."
The Coalition for Health Funding is a nonprofit alliance of 50 national health organizations that works in a nonpartisan fashion to ensure that health discretionary spending remains highly visible as Congress and the Administration set federal budget priorities.
Working with its members that together represent 40 million health care professionals, researchers, lay volunteers, patients and their families, the Coalition seeks to ensure that funding for the programs and agencies that comprise the US Public Health Service is adequate to meet public need.
The Coalition for Quality Maternity Care is a group of national professional, consumer, and human rights organizations that promote high quality maternity care for all women and newborns.
The Coalition for Patients' Rights (CPR) consists of more than 35 organizations representing a variety of licensed health care professionals who provide a diverse array of safe, effective, and affordable health care services to millions of patients each year. CPR seeks to counter efforts by the AMA Scope of Practice initiative that is designed to limit patients' choice of health practitioners.
The United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC) is an independent nonprofit coalition of more than 40 nationally influential professional, educational, and governmental organizations, that share a common mission to improve the nation?s health by working collaboratively to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding.
The Friends of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is an advocacy coalition of more than 120 national organizations, collectively representing millions of public health and health care professionals, academicians and consumers. Member organizations strongly support the programs at HRSA designed to ensure access to health services for each person in the United States and the elimination of health disparities.
The Friends of National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) is an independent coalition of over 100 organizations formed in the mid-1980?s to support the important role of NICHD. Member organizations represent scientists, physicians, health care providers, patients, and parents concerned with the health and welfare of women, children, families, and people with disabilities.
The Nursing Organizations Alliance is a coalition of nursing organizations united to create a strong voice for nurses. The Alliance provides a forum for identification, education, and collaboration building on issues of common interest to advance the nursing profession.