Bill Fact Sheet

Colorado PA practice is regulated by laws and rules. Laws are statute passed by the Colorado Legislature and signed into law by the Colorado Governor. Rules are made by the Colorado Medical Board based on statute and oversee the medical practice of PAs.

Check out the Colorado PA Regulations page for more information and a sample Collaborative Agreement. 

Colorado Legislative Priorities

CAPA is active in sponsoring legislation specific to PA practice in the state. CAPA also weighs-in on other legislation related to PA practice in line with CAPA's mission to advocate for PA practice in the state of Colorado and increasing access to quality healthcare for all Coloradans.

Click here for more information on CAPA legislative involvement.

Optimal Team Practice

Optimal Team Practice (OTP) occurs when PAs, physicians, and other healthcare professionals work together to provide quality care without burdensome administrative constraints.

Click here for more information on Optimal Team Practice.

Do you have $20 you can spare to help CAPA's 2023 advocacy efforts?

You can donate one time, or can set up recurring donations. Fill out the form to the right and donate to CAPA today!

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CAPA is classified as a nonprofit corporation 501 C (6).

Please note that donations to CAPA are not tax-deductible.

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CAPA is the only organization advocating for PA practice in the state of Colorado. CAPA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization and relies on the support of members and grants to fund this important legislative work on behalf of all PAs in Colorado.

CAPA's mission is to advocate for and promote the PA profession by providing professional development, education, representation, and legislative advocacy for all Colorado PAsCAPA believes in access to and delivery of quality medical care for all Coloradans and promotes a commitment to team-based care to enhance the health and wellness of the people of Colorado.

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CAPA is actively involved in the legislative and rule-making processes through the Governmental Affairs Committee. Curious about what CAPA is doing?

Check out CAPA Legislative Priorities or see what's going on with the Governmental Affairs Committee.

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