CAPA 2018 Student Scholarship Winners

We’re excited to announce the winners of the CAPA 2018 Student Scholarships! CAPA 2018 Student Scholarship Winners Community Outreach Scholarship Chloe Pappas, PA-S MBKU Ray Dale Memorial Scholarship Tatiana Nemanim, PA-S MBKU Ruth Webb Minority Scholarship Monica Taylor, PA-S Loma Linda CAPA Foundation 2018 Student Scholarship Winner Stuart Pinto Memorial Scholarship Sydnii Ray, PA-S Loma Linda  

PA Salaries Rise as State Hurdles Fall

States are easing barriers that in the past led to redundant tasks or slowed the ability of patients to get the care they needed in a timely fashion. And when states lift such barriers, AAPA figures show PAs making $2,000 to $4,000 more annually.

CAPA is Bringing OTP to California

If you are a registered user with Clinician 1 you may listen to their latest Webinar addressing Optimal Team Practice (OTP). An excellent look at what OTP means and why it makes sense. The webinar features AAPA President-Elect, PA Jonathan Sobel and PA Dave Mittman, ...

Now Open To PAs!

The Advanced Provider Response Unit is an innovative response model that will deploy an ambulance utilizing a PA or NP who has primary and emergency care experience, together with an EMS Captain.  Changing the name from NP1 to AP15 allows the LAFD to staff the ...
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Optimal Team Practice

California will be one of the first states to sponsor legislation to bring forth changes in the PA Practice Act to address aspects of Optimal Team Practice (OTP). OTP emphasizes the profession’s commitment to team-based care; reaffirms that the degree of collaboration between PAs and ...