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Join PHC's Health Equity Leadership Summit to gain valuable insights on the role of chief health equity officers

Physicians for a Healthy California is excited to announce that Reggie Tucker-Seeley Sc.D., Sc.M., Principal of Health Equity Strategies and Solutions, will present results from a recent study on the role of chief health equity officers at the Health Equity Leadership Summit happening July 11-12 in Sacramento.

CME professionals: Register now for the CME Accreditation Workshop and Annual CME Provider Conference

The California Medical Association is pleased to again this year be hosting two great events for continuing medical education professionals back-to-back. Register now to join us for the CME Accreditation Workshop on June 20, followed by the Annual CME Provider Conference on June 21.

Trivia Tuesdays: Test your CMA knowledge for a chance to win a Starbucks gift card!

Get ready to test your knowledge and compete with CMA members for a chance to win CMA’s new weekly Trivia Tuesday challenge.

DWC to address ongoing e-filer errors

The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has announced plans  to reduce e-filing practices that result in repeated system errors in the Electronic Adjudication Management System (EAMS).

Governor's health care funding cuts highlight urgency of Protect Access to Healthcare ballot initiative

In his May Revision to the budget, the Governor proposes to maintain the provider rates that became effective on

CMA marks Mental Health Awareness Month with call to pass AB 2164

During Mental Health Awareness Month, the California Medical Association (CMA) is urging legislators to pass Assembly Bill 2164 to improve mental health support for physicians.

Big legal victory! Health plans drop challenge to retroactive enforcement of law requiring payment for COVID-19 services

After losing at the trial court level, the California Association of Health Plans (CAHP) has dropped its appeal in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law that requires that health plans and insurers reimburse health care providers for certain COVID-19 claims retroactive to the beginning of the pandemic.

Present and future CMA leaders invited to leadership development session on June 18

CMA members are invited to a virtual leadership development session hosted by past CMA president Ted Mazer, M.D. on June 18 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Save the Date: Join the 36th Annual Virtual Conference on Physicians’ Well-Being on July 19

The Riverside County Medical Association is presenting the 36 th Annual Virtual Conference on Physicians’ Well-Being, taking place on Friday, July 19, 2024, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

CMA Statement on Governor Newsom’s Revised Budget

Tanya W. Spirtos, M.D., CMA President, issued a statement in response to Governor Newsom’s revised State budget.