What We Do

The California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT) is a free health education network that works with a diverse network of advocacy organizations, community groups, and health care providers to ensure a healthy and productive California. CPAT serves as a communications, education, and resource network to keep its partners and the communities they serve informed about critical issues involving the changing health care landscape and access to treatment in California.

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By organizing educational seminars and providing partners with valuable resources and information, CPAT can help its partners gain a better understanding of California’s changing health care system. Funded by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), our goal is to provide health care access information and resources to our diverse network so that they may share this information with the communities they serve.

Joining CPAT costs nothing and our educational seminars are complimentary. By becoming a CPAT partner, your group will have the unique opportunity to share and receive information about ways to address health care disparities and reduce the barriers to quality care, treatment, and access to medicines for the underinsured and underserved communities.

Eliminating Health Care Disparities

Access to
Care

Health Education
& Prevention

Innovation & Research