For over 20 years, CPCA has provided leadership and education to California’s community clinics and health centers, as well as dedicated political advocacy on behalf of the underserved and disenfranchised. We serve our members and their networks so that they can best serve their communities and improve the health status of nearly six million Californians. In order to accomplish these goals, CPCA develops a plan every three years that maps out the specific steps we are going to take to continue helping community health centers (CHCs) maximize current opportunities, navigate future changes, and become the highest quality providers of choice.This year we excitedly embarked on bringing together leaders and staff from health centers across the State to talk about the challenges being experienced, and the biggest priorities regarding primary care delivery in years to come. Summary meeting notes can be found below
Thursday, July 28th – Fresno Meeting Notes
Tuesday, August 9th – Sacramento Meeting Notes
Wednesday, August 10th – San Bernardino Meeting Notes
Thursday, August 18th – Los Angeles Meeting Notes
Thursday, September 1st - San Diego Meeting Notes
Thursday, September 8th – Oakland Meeting NotesThursday, September 29th –Village of Mendocino Meeting Notes
We have analyzed all the great feedback that members have shared and have also reached beyond our health centers to ask interested stakeholders and long-term health center supporters about their thoughts on our strategic direction. CPCA staff will bring this information to the Executive Committee on January 12, 2017 for review and to the full Board of Directors on February 23 and 24th during a Strategic Planning retreat. Our strategic plan will be finalized and codified at the May 2017 Board of Directors meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact Christina Hicks by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (916) 440-8170 ext. 1129.