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    Check out the article co-authored by 
    CAPA Student Representative 
    Emily McCoy, PA-S

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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 Friday, October 9, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. at the CAPA Conference in Palm Springs, join us as we celebrate the quarter century of contributions of Mike Scarano. Watch the Moving Video Tribute to Mike’s 25 Years of Excellence.

    PA Week 2015

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    National PA Week!

    October 6-12  

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    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. You will be inspired and proud to be a PA.   

    Medical Board of CA
    Guidelines for Prescribing Controlled Substances for Pain 
    Approved November 2014 
  • 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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  • 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).


  • Paging Physician Assistants As Obamacare Fuels Demand
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    There is unprecedented demand for physician assistants as insurance payment and the Affordable Care Act encourage a team-based approach to managing the care of patient populations. Read More >>

  • 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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