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October 18, 2019
CAFP Priority Bills Signed by Governor

The Governor recently signed CAFP’s sponsored bill, AB 1622 (Carrillo), which fixes outdated laws that prevented family physicians from receiving recognition for the true value and diversity of care they can provide. Below is the full list of other CAFP-supported bills signed into law. Read more here about the bills signed by Governor Newsom.

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October 11, 2019
Judge Temporarily Halts New Public Charge Rules

Today, the South District Court of New York issued a nationwide preliminary injunction to stop the administration’s Public Charge rule from taking effect on October 15. The Trump administration released a final “public charge” rule two months ago, which sought to limit applicants for admission to the US, immigrants seeking to adjust their status to that of lawful permanent […]

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October 1, 2019
Join AAFP in San Diego, CA | Neurology and Behavioral Health live course

Family physicians are often among the first to recognize common neurological and behavioral health issues patients are facing. It’s important to be informed about these issues and prepared to provide initial screenings, manage conditions, and refer to specialists as necessary. Attend the AAFP’s Neurology and Behavioral Health for the Family Physician live course in La […]

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October 1, 2019
October 2019 Member of the Month: Scott Nass, MD, MPA, FAAFP, AAHIVS

CAFP proudly recognizes Scott Nass, MD, MPA, FAAFP, AAHIVS as the October 2019 Member of the Month. Dr. Nass is a nationally recognized leader in the LGBT health equity movement, an expert on transgender care and practices, and a member of the Riverside-San Bernardino Chapter. On top of all the work that Dr. Nass has […]

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September 30, 2019
2020 Applications Open for Susan Hogeland, CAE Health Policy Fellowship

Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Susan Hogeland, CAE Health Policy Fellowship. Download information here. Key Dates, Application Process: Applications open: September 15, 2019 Applications close: December 1, 2019 Awards announced: January 4, 2020 Applications for this scholarship consist of the following items: 1. Cover sheet 2. One-page essay 3. Applicant’s current curriculum […]

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September 30, 2019
Governor Signs Three CAFP-Supported Bills

Governor Newsom recently signed three CAFP-supported bills: AB 714 – This new law clarifies when offering naloxone is required of prescribers. It was authored in response to concerns raised by CAFP and others in the physician community regarding provisions contained in AB 2760, signed by Governor Brown in 2018, which requires prescribers to offer a […]

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September 30, 2019
CAFP Continues to Set the Bar for State Advocacy

For the fifth time in six years, CAFP has won the AAFP Leadership in State Government Advocacy Award. Thank you to the CAFP Government Relations team and all the CAFP members whose grassroots efforts helped advance our goal of to improve public health through increased childhood vaccination rates (SB 276), and bringing primary care and […]

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September 27, 2019
Easier Way to Comply with Public Health Reporting

The California Reportable Disease Information Exchange – Electronic Case Reporting (CalREDIE eCR) module allows health care providers and organizations to comply more easily with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) requirement for the reporting of certain diseases and conditions per the California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 17 Section 2500. CDPH recently published this handy guide to walk […]

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September 27, 2019
Public Charge Rules Released

To try to mitigate the fears caused by the new Public Charge federal policies, the California Health and Human Services Agency recently released a public charge guide. In addition, on Monday, September 23 at 2pm, a one-hour webinar training will be held specifically for education and outreach providers to discuss what public charge is, who is affected by […]

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