Do you wonder how laws are made that determine your clinical scope of practice? CAPA works with Colorado legislators on behalf of PAs in the state to address PA specific issues and improve scope of practice. Your membership supports these efforts to help PAs to practice at the top of their training, provide quality healthcare, and increase patient access to care in Colorado.
Where can you find access to local, high-quality Category I CME hours? CAPA offers discounted registration to CAPA Members to the annual Winter CME meeting and PA Week Professional Day. Fulfill your CME requirements at a discount by joining CAPA and taking advantage of these opportunities!
Are you looking for a new job, or want to connect with other PAs in your area? The CAPA Career Center maintains a job bank that gives you access to available PA positions in the state, as well as an opportunity to post your resume. You can also connect with CAPA members through social media, and in person at CAPA sponsored events.
Are you looking for a way to get more involved with your profession? CAPA offers many opportunities to impact PAs in Colorado, including serving on various committees, participating in legislative visits, and running for a position on the CAPA Board of Directors.
Payments made for dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes; however, payments made for dues may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses subject to non-deductible restrictions on lobbying and political activities. CAPA estimates that 100% of your 2018 dues are NOT deductible for business purposes.