CAPA Is Front and Center In Sacramento –Working For California PAsCAPA is also taking the opportunity to advance the PA profession in ways that adhere to and embrace our core values of delivering high quality team-based care
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CAPA – WORKING FOR CALIFORNIA PAs
CAPA had an ambitious legislative agenda this session that went right to the heart of access through care coordination and utilizing the profession more efficiently to increase the number of patient encounters. Senator Pavley (SB 352) authored a bill sponsored by CAPA that would remove the archaic barrier that prohibits PAs from supervising MAs across all medical office settings. Senator Monning (SB 494) authored a bill sponsored by CAPA that will allow health plans to significantly increase the number of lives (patients) that can be assigned to a practice/physician based on the use of a PA. These bills have passed and will become law on January 1, 2014.
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An update of proposed regulations.
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To 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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CAPA, working everyday for California PAs.
Ensuring that you are an integral part of the health care puzzle.
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There is a new 50 hours of Category I Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirement when renewing your California PA license.
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Christopher Doscher previews coming changes in continuing medical education for PAs.
The AmericanAcademy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) Foundation recently appointedJeremy Adler, MS, PA-C, to its Board of Directors. This isgreat news for Adler, the PA profession and the AAPMFoundation.
Adler is well respected in the field of pain medicine andpractices at Pacific Pain Medicine Consultants in California. He brings the PA perspective and his years of experience in thespecialty of pain medicine as a provider, lecturer and author tothe AAPM Foundation Board. Additionally, Adler is the founder andImmediate Past-president of the San Diego Society of PhysicianAssistants, as well as the incoming President-elect of theCalifornia Academy of Physician Assistants.
For more information on the AAPM Foundation, Jeremy Adler orother PAs in prominent leadership roles, please contact CarsonWalker, Analyst, Constituent Organization Outreach & Advocacy,at email@example.com.
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