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Physician Assistants (PAs) are critical members of the CHC care team. They help expand access to care and improve healthcare outcomes. California Academy of PAs (CAPA) created a series of “Best Practice” guides intended to support health administrators and PAs alike to help inform decisions, maximize utilization, and guide overall hiring and employment practices. This 1-hour webinar will be paneled by PAs in various healthcare roles, followed by the distribution of six one-page Best Practice Guides with narratives and evidence-based recommendations.
- Understand "the basics" of PA deployment
- Describe PA education, training, professional development, and mentorship opportunities
- Share organizational PA culture and how to limit PA turnover
- Understand PA liability, competence, and accountability
- Describe PA quality of care, outcomes, and scope of practice
- Arianna Campbell, PA-C, CAPA Professional Practice Committee Member, California Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA), California Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA); CA Bridge
- Jeremy Meis, PA-C, MPH, Director-At-Large and Chair of Professional Practice Committee at CAPA and Associate Medical Director of Primary Care and Informatics at WellSpace Health
- Adam Marks, PA-C, MPA, Physician Assistant; Past President, California Academy of PAs, Family HealthCare Network; CAPA
- Claudia Padilla, PA-C, Physician Assistant, CAPA Professional Practice Committee Member, Central City Community Health Center
Payment is due at time of registration.
Member Health Center: $100
Member, Non Health Center: $125
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