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Picture of the productMy Vote. My Health. Initiative
My Vote. My Health. An initiative dedicated to increasing the participation of Latino voters in California with an emphasis on our six target regions– Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Sonoma, Fresno, and San Jose– to play a key role in this election cycle by ensuring that both patients and the communities surrounding our clinics, whom we serve, are engaged in the process and empowered to turn out to vote both during the primary and general election cycle.

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Picture of the productSocial Determinants of Health Learning Cohort
Category: Social Determinants of Health - SDOH

This comprehensive course offers a unique opportunity for health care systems to navigate the strategic challenges associated with population health strategies. By fostering partnerships across sectors, including community-based organizations and housing authorities, participants will gain insights into effective collaboration models. From learning about screening tools like the Protocol for Responding to & Assessing Patients' Assets, Risks & Experiences (PRAPARE) to analyzing and responding to social determinants of health data, this course equips participants with practical skills to address the root causes of poor health.


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Picture of the productSB 525 Employment Law Considerations
Category: Compliance

This 90-minute webinar focused on the employment law considerations for community health centers (CHCs) under Senate Bill (SB) 525, which passed the California Legislature on September 14, 2023. SB 525 establishes a minimum wage for covered health care employees working at or for covered health care facilities, including CHCs. For specified clinics, the minimum wage for covered health care employees will be $21 per hour from June 1, 2024, to May 31, 2026; $22 per hour from June 1, 2026, to May 31, 2027; and $25 from June 1, 2027, adjusted annually thereafter. For covered health care employees whose compensation is on a salary basis, the employee shall earn a monthly salary equivalent to no less than 150 percent of the health care worker minimum wage or 200 percent of the statewide minimum wage for all industries, whichever is greater. Employment law attorney Treaver Hodson, Partner at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson discusses employment law considerations for CHCs due to the passage of SB 525, including which workers are included in SB 525 and contract considerations with subcontractors.


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6ODF102523
Picture of the product2023 Workforce Development Survey: Results Briefing
Category: Workforce
Recorded: 8/9/23

Drawing on insights from the 2023 CPCA Workforce Development Survey, explore the dynamics of the shifting relationship between employers and employees. This session provided an insight into how employees are reshaping workplace boundaries and transforming the workplace culture. This educational and action-oriented webinar hosted in collaboration with Gallup. Our session dove into the key findings from CPCA's 2023 Workforce Survey, which asked clinics to identify their top workforce priorities, challenges, and strategies while also collecting insights into the experiences of clinic staff.


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Picture of the product2024 Medi-Cal Targeted Rate Increases & PPS Wrap Calculation
Category: Finance Assembly Bill (AB) 119 (Chapter 13, Statutes of 2023) authorized a Managed Care Organization (MCO) Provider Tax effective April 1, 2023 through December 31, 2026. Subject to federal approval, MCO tax revenues will be used to support the Medi-Cal program including, but not limited to, new targeted provider rate increases and other investments that advance access, quality, and equity for Medi-Cal members and promote provider participation in the Medi-Cal program. DHCS implemented the first phase of Targeted Rate Increases effective January 1, 2024. Furthermore, DHCS has proposed additional rate increases effective in 2025 as part of the 2024-25 Governor's Budget. This webinar provided attendees an opportunity to hear directly from the DHCS on the 2024 targeted rate increases, as well as what to expect as Managed Care Organizations implement, and how FQHCs/RHCs can their adjust Medi-Cal wrap payments to account for increased payments.

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Picture of the productAB 890 Implementation
Category: Workforce
Recorded: 3/20/23

Assembly Bill 890 (Wood) was signed into law in September 2020, creating a pathway for NPs to practice without standardized procedures in specific settings and eventual independent practice after 2026. The bill creates two new categories of nurse practitioners (NPs), commonly known as 103 or 104 NPs, and grants them full practice authority to work without physician supervision. The regulatory language to implement AB 890 was recently approved by the Office of Administrative Law and went into effect on January 1, 2023. The new authority under AB 890 is not automatically granted to NPs in California. NPs who wish to practice without standardized procedures must meet specific requirements and submit an application to the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) for specific recognition as a 103 or 104 NP. NPs can elect, but are not required, to transition to these new classifications. AB 890 presents opportunities to combat California’s shortage of health care providers as NPs play a key role in filling gaps in provider coverage. This session discussed AB 890 approved regulations, transition to practice requirements, and updating organizational policies and procedures to incorporate the new categories of NPs at your health center.


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Picture of the productActivating Clinician Resilience: Individual & Team-Based
Category: Care Transformation
Recorded: 5/11/23

Researchers on physician well-being, and the National Academy of Medicine’s Reports of 2019 and 2022, make clear that the primary drivers of clinician distress are systemic ones. At the same time limited federal money has been allocated for the research that would provide the evidence to identify the changes needed to create a safe workplace for healthcare workers and patients alike. In the first part of this 2-part session, we presented a model, the Witnessing Model, that can account for many aspects of clinician distress – burnout, empathic distress, compassion fatigue, grief, moral injury among them – and propose brief activities that moderate these daily experiences for individuals. We identified multiple sources of resilience that clinicians can draw on to support the work they do. In the second part of this session, we proposed a range of activities that teams and work groups can do that can decrease clinician distress. These include structuring team meetings and brief encounters to decrease the likelihood that discussing difficult material will “spread” distress, creating the conditions for psychological safety, and ways of building a work culture that values differences of opinion.


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Picture of the productAddressing Food and Nutrition Insecurity
Category: Care Transformation
Recorded: 5/18/23

This session motivated participants to identify an evidence-based tool to screen for food insecurity, develop a comprehensive referral protocol, and cultivate community partnerships to address food and nutrition insecurity.


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Picture of the productBest Practices for PA Employment & Retention
Category: Workforce

This OnDemand Webcast, created in conjunction with the California Academy of Physician Associates (CAPA), provides an overview and series of promising practices on Physician Assistant (PA) deployment and integration within community health center (CHC) care teams. Information on PA Education, training, licensure, and scope of practice is provided, recognizing the recent changes to PA practice given SB 697. In addition, PA liability, safety, and accountability, along with productivity and quality are discussed. Recognizing the critical role of PAs in care teams, the speakers also dive into PA culture and how to limit turnover to increase access to quality healthcare services. 


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Picture of the productCA Immunization Registry Update AB1797 Reporting Requirement
Category: Health Information Technology - HIT

Assembly bill 1797 (AB 1797), effective January 1, 2023, requires health care providers and other agencies to enter immunizations as they administer them, and includes a new requirement to add the patient’s race and ethnicity into a California immunization registry (CAIR or RIDE/Healthy Futures). Presenters discussed this new immunization reporting requirement as well as recent updates to the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). This webinar also included discussion on how health centers can utilize CAIR2 for immunization quality improvement, identifying care gaps, and compliance with recent and upcoming legislation.


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Picture of the productCalifornia FQHC Alternative Payment Methodology Pilot
Category: Care Transformation

The state is developing an alternative payment methodology (APM) for participating FQHCs to incentivize practice transformation offered through capitated payment flexibilities. In this course, CPCA is compiling resources that will assist health centers to understand the context, structure, and readiness considerations for the proposed APM. Importantly, this course offers training designed to help health centers understand the business case for participating (or not) in the APM.


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Picture of the productChief Behavioral Health Officers: Who, What, When, and Why?
Category: Behavioral Health
Recorded: 6/28/23

The country faces an unprecedented mental health crisis among people of all ages. An organization’s workforce is at the core of its ability to respond to the crisis, yet this area frequently does not receive focused investment in the C-suite. The responsibilities of strategic and operational behavioral health imperatives and proving leadership to behavioral health services are often scattered among the entire leadership team, with varying levels of responsibilities living with the Behavioral Health Director or Manager. A Chief Behavioral Health Officer (CBHO) could be a position for your organization to consider. This session provided an overview of the CBHO role in an integrated care setting and details about the duties that a CBHO is responsible for.


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Picture of the productClimate Change and Health Equity: Advancing Racial Justice
Category: Emergency Preparedness
Recorded: 09/25/23

This webinar delved into the intersection of climate change, health equity, and racial justice, examining how climate-related impacts disproportionately affect marginalized communities. Attendees learned about the root causes of environmental health injustices, the social determinants of health impacted by climate change, and strategies for fostering resilience and empowerment within communities most affected. We also explored ways to address the unequal burden of climate change on vulnerable populations, promote equitable solutions, as well as emerging funding and programs available to support or grow climate health initiatives at community health centers (CHCs).


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Picture of the productClimate Resiliency: Leveraging Funding Opportunities for CHC
Category: Emergency Preparedness
Recorded: 11/27/23

This webinar focused on funding opportunities aimed at enhancing climate resiliency within community health centers (CHCs). As climate change poses increasing challenges to public health, securing funding for resiliency initiatives is crucial for CHCs to adapt and thrive in the face of environmental disruptions. In this session, we presented available funding to support CHCs in building resilience and ensuring continuity of care in a changing climate.


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Picture of the productClinic Licensing 101: Licensed to Intermittent Conversions
Category: Health Center Operations
Recorded: 4/24/23

This virtual training opportunity provided details on the process for converting a licensed primary care clinic in California to a license-exempt intermittent site. The process involves two state departments – the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). Hear directly from CDPH and DHCS staff on the required documents and process expectations and the Community Health Center (CHC) perspective from CPCA member panelists who have completed the process. Learn best practices for converting a licensed primary care clinic to a license-exempt intermittent clinic and gain understanding of its impact on operations and Medi-Cal program enrollment.


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Picture of the productCollaborative Implementation Between FQHCs and MCPs in APM
Category: Care Transformation

On January 1, 2024, Medi-Cal will go live with the new Alternative Payment Model (APM) program to incentivize practice transformation for participating Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) through value-based payment reform under a capitated model. This webinar provided an overview of the contractual responsibilities for FQHCs and Medi-Cal managed care plans (MCPs) to participate, including payment flows and processes, data sharing, member assignment, and quality reporting. Hear directly from a health center and health plan on their key implementation details and readiness activities as they design their APM strategy, including identifying promising practices and building capacity to address operational challenges and to sustain these efforts.


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Picture of the productCPCA 2023 Compensation & Benefits Survey Results
Category: Workforce
Recorded: 01/23/24

The compensation package is a critical tool for recruiting and retaining top talent within organizations. As such, it is essential for community health center (CHC) leadership and human resources professionals to stay on top of the latest compensation trends in order to ensure their compensation and benefits offerings remain competitive with similar healthcare organizations within the same region and throughout California. This 90-minute webinar provided an overview and analysis of the 2023 Compensation and Benefits Survey results and explored how the shifting labor market is affecting the healthcare industry.


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Picture of the productDEMO: Automate Your Credentialing and Provider Enrollment
Category: Demonstrations

Join us for a product demonstration from one of CPCA's affinity service partners, Compliance Watchdog, to learn about their comprehensive and affordable credentialing and payer enrollment platform. Health centers can utilize this platform for HRSA compliance requirements and to successfully pass OSV Audits. The Compliance Watchdog team of professionals can also ensure providers PECOS, PAVES and other payer profiles are created, maintained, and attested to in a timely fashion.


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6ODF091423
Picture of the productDEMO: Eligibility Regulations for Employee Retention Credit
Category: Demonstration

EZ-ERC’s team of CPAs and attorneys facilitated an informative discussion on the intricacies of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) for health centers. Discover the truth behind common misconceptions and gain a comprehensive understanding of how to determine if your health center qualifies.

What is the ERC?
The Employee Retention Credit, or ERC, is a stimulus program that was released with the CARES Act in March 2020 at the same time as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). In short, it is a refundable cash credit that was intended to incentivize businesses to retain and continue paying their employees through the COVID-19 pandemic. While virtually every small or medium business jumped at the PPP at the onset, many did not initially claim the ERC. There are a lot of misconceptions about eligibility for the ERC due to a lack of expertise and a proliferation of ERC mills. EZ-ERC will help provide accounting and legal expertise on the 150+ pages of ERC notice.


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Picture of the productDemo: Getting to the Heart of Revenue Cycle Management
Category: Demonstration
Recorded: 11/09/23

CPCA's Strategic Partner, Altruis, presents how their revenue cycle management tools and veteran billing professionals can support your complex billing needs. Specializing in FQHC billing services, Altruis can customize an affordable billing response for each client that will free up resources, accelerate reimbursement, and empower health centers to focus on patient care.


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