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California Supreme Court will hear CMA lawsuit against Aetna regarding the right of membership organizations to pursue unfair practices lawsuits

The California Supreme Court has granted CMA's petition for review in a lawsuit against Aetna 

CMA president statement on California's increasing COVID-19 rates and need for vaccination

CMA President Peter N. Bretan, Jr., M.D., issued the following statement in response to a recent uptick in California's COVID-19 

Governor Newsom introduces new state and health care worker vaccine mandate

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across California, Governor Gavin Newsom took action this week

Physicians emphasize patient safety as nursing board begins implementation of AB 890

CMA and its members continue to engage with state regulators over AB 890 implementation.

Free training series on “Advancing Trauma-Informed Communities”

A free statewide training series on “Advancing Trauma-Informed Communities” is now available for primary care, acute care and behavioral health providers.

CMA president statement supporting mandatory COVID vaccines for health care workers

CMA President Peter N. Bretan, Jr., M.D., issued the following statement in response to Governor Gavin 

US extends "public health emergency" due to the COVID-19 pandemic

HHS  extended  the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency for an additional 90 days. This means that the telehealth and other waivers and flexibilities that have been implemented during the PHE will remain in effect until at least October 20, 2021.

Aledade ACO practices to earn $83M+ in shared savings this year; Deadline to join for 2022 is Aug. 3

CMA is collaborating with Aledade Inc. to help independent physicians succeed in value-based care,

Budget makes huge investment in health care, and makes Prop. 56 payments permanent

On Thursday, July 15, 2021, the California Legislature passed the health omnibus trailer bill (AB 133), which finalizes components of the 2021-22 budget agreement with Governor Gavin Newsom.

CMA files brief in case that could have far reaching implications on managed care contracting

CMA recently filed an amicus brief in an important case involving Medi-Cal managed care reimbursement for