Coordinate the Academy’s medical practice affairs activities, including work on practice issues such as privileging, scope of practice, payment, technology adoption, and quality improvement.
Committee on Health of the Public (CHOP)
CHOP will address public health issues, both reactively and proactively, to guide CAFP policy and activity.
Legislative Affairs Committee (LAC)
LAC is actively involved in efforts to enact health care reform in California, reviews legislative proposals and ballot initiatives, and recommends principles and organizational positions to the Board..
Committee on Continuing Professional Development (CCPD)
The CCPD enhances and improves the quality of patient care by maintaining, developing, and increasing the knowledge, competence, skills and professional performance of family physicians, and other primary care physicians — within California and nationally.
The nominating committee nominates and evaluates candidates for CAFP office according to the qualifications set forth in the CAFP Bylaws.
The CAFP Audit Committee was established by CAFP to ensure financial transparency for the organization.
Member Engagement Committee (MEC)
MEC works in defining member engagement measures and applying it to CAFP membership.
The CAFP Finance Committee (CFC) is responsible for conducting financial oversight and enhancing transparency.
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