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    CAPA sponsors co-signature legislation! SB 337 would enable practice level determination of the method of documenting supervision. Click here to learn more!


    On Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the CAPA at Napa Conference, Mike Scarano Receives CAPA’s Highest Honor – The Pride of the Profession Award. Watch the Moving Video Tribute to Mike’s 25 Years of Excellence.

    Harris Poll

    93 Percent of Respondents
    Who Have Seen a PA
    Agree PAs Provide
    Excellent Patient Service


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  • Medical Board of CA

    Please click on the link(s) below to view the Medical Board of California's recent proposed regulations.

    Physician Assistants - Supervision Requirements
    Approved December 17, 2014

  • We are mutually committed to continuing to improve safe access to health care by providing patient-centered, quality care within integrated, coordinated, physician-led teams. 



    CAPA is proud to present

    The Professional Practice Issues Video Series with Bob Miller

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  • Regulation – Notification to Consumers

    New regulations require that you implement one of three options to provide a “Notice To Consumers” at your practice site. This notice provides patients with contact information to the Physician Assistant Board (PAB).


  • So When Do I Get My Fluoroscopy Permit?


    An update of proposed regulations.


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  • CAPA Prescription Drug Discount Card

    Needy Meds CardTo help expand access to high-quality, cost-effective care for all California citizens, CAPA PArtnered with NeedyMeds, a national non-profit organization, to launch a prescription drug discount card that will help Californians lower the costs of their medications and other health care services.

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  • Membership Makes a Difference

    Joiin_120CAPA, working everyday for California PAs. 

    Ensuring that you are an integral part of the health care puzzle. 

    Join or Renew Today!

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  • New CME Requirements for Renewing Your California PA License!

    CMEThere is a new 50 hours of Category I Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirement when renewing your California PA license.

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  • A Primer on the 10-Year Recertification Cycle 

    PICME FeatureChristopher Doscher previews coming changes in continuing medical education for PAs.


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    CAPA Members and the PA profession are asked to participate in information gathering survey's to help with research projects and professional practice.  If you are interested in helping out your colleagues, please consider taking their survey.