The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association serves on several coalitions and has numerous affiliations with organizations working together to save lives.
Access to Medical Imaging Coalition, Member - The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) works to make sure everyone has the right scan at the right time.
Duke University SCA Thought Leadership Alliance Think Tank, Member
National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, Member - The National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention is a catalyst to drive multi-sector action to prevent heart disease and stroke. Members include stakeholders from the non-profit, for-profit, and government sectors. The organization leads collaborative policy and programmatic efforts, and builds the collective voice for heart disease and stroke prevention.
Partnership to Improve Patient Care, Member - The Partnership to Improve Patient Care exists to advance proposals for comparative effectiveness research (CER) that are focused on supporting providers and patients with the information they need, improving health care quality and supporting continued medical progress.
Patient Advocate Foundation, Member - Patient Advocate Foundation's Patient Services provides patients with arbitration, mediation and negotiation to settle issues with access to care, medical debt, and job retention related to their illness.
Research America, Member - Learn more about the importance of research to improve health and how you can get involved!
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Coalition, Member - The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Coalition is an ad hoc coalition of more than 40 nonprofit organizations with a common interest in preventing death and disability from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
Youth Sports Safety Alliance, Member - Since 2010, the Youth Sports Safety Alliance has worked to raise awareness, advance legislation and improve medical care for young athletes across the country. High school athletes suffer 2 million injuries, 200,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations every year. The alliance is committed to reducing those numbers and improving the health and safety of young athletes.