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Aug 22, 2018
Sacramento, CA
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Sep 21, 2018
Oakland, CA
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In Person Provider Orientation

The Family PACT Provider Orientation training provides an overview of the Family PACT program, provider enrollment process, program standards and benefits, and client eligibility and enrollment.

All providers and their staff are welcome to register for both the online Provider Orientation training (Modules 1 thru 7) and in person Provider Orientation training (Module 8) either as a refresher and/or for updates.

Please note: Medi-Cal providers applying to become a Family PACT provider are required to complete both the online training and attend the in person training per Welfare and Institutions Code § 24005(k).

Solo providers, group providers, or primary care clinics are eligible to apply for enrollment in the Family PACT program if they currently have a National Provider Identifier (NPI) and are enrolled in Medi-Cal in good standing.

Intermittent clinics, as defined by Health and Safety Code (H&S Code) § 1206(h), and mobile clinics, as defined by H&S Codes, § 1765.120, 1765.150 and 1765.155, must apply for enrollment in the Family PACT program using their organizational NPI. The organizational NPI must be enrolled in Medi-Cal in good standing.

The medical director, physician, nurse practitioner, or certified nurse midwife responsible for overseeing the family planning services to be rendered at the site to be enrolled is eligible to certify the site. Site certifiers shall sign a statement affirming responsibility.

Please Note: In order to register for the Family PACT Provider Orientation you must have a unique email which will be your unique identifier. If you do not have an email you may create on at the following sites:

Gmail
Hotmail 
Yahoo!

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Please contact us at (916) 440-5634 or email ProviderServices@dhcs.ca.gov for information about upcoming courses.

Well-Woman Visit Webinar

The contents of the well-woman visit has changed significantly in the past decade, such that many screening tests are performed in modified age groups and at different screening intervals. This webinar will review the well-woman health screening recommendations published by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) and other national organizations. 

Dr. Policar will cover the following topics in detail:

- Reproductive goals counseling
- Use of newer cervical cancer screening technologies
- Utility of screening clinical breast exams and screening pelvic exams
- Coding for well-woman visits

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