The Australian Patient Advocacy Alliance (APPA) is a collective of national health organisations, working together to represent more than 12 million Australians living with complex and chronic disease.
The Alliance exist to provide better outcomes for all patients living with complex and chronic disease.
The Alliance works alongside national peak advocacy organisations to achieve reforms in the Australian healthcare system. The Alliance provides a coordinated and cohesive approach to government on behalf of our members and the patients they represent.
The Alliance drives efficient and effective communication between member organisations and the federal government, allowing patient vices to make a meaningful impact on health strategy and decision making.