New Insurance Webpages
Are you or your patients struggling with getting health insurance coverage for naturopathic services? The CNDA now has insurance resources for patients, doctors, insurers and employers. We're also asking all California doctors to take our 10-minute survey about insurance coverage.
Updated Member FAQs
Do you have questions about practicing naturopathic medicine in California? We can help! New information has been added to our FAQ page about naturopathic licensing, scope of practice, performing IV therapy, business management issues and more.
New Additions to Our Members-Only Pages
The CNDA has resources available to members seeking to establish a supervisory agreement in order to be able to prescribe in California. We've also assembled templates of common office forms for doctors just starting out, and our "Starting a Practice Guide" is available to members at no cost. Access these member benefits here...
We're only $25,426.36 away from our $100,000 goal!! Thank you to everyone who has donated to the CNDA's work to update the scope of practice for California naturopathic doctors! Please join your colleagues now and help us reach our goal! Donate here...
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It is with great enthusiasm that I am writing to share with you the ways that our California community continues to grow and flourish, is working to create opportunities that support collective growth for our profession at large, and how you can help.
As the Legislative Committee Chair, it may not surprise you that I love going to in-district meetings with my legislators. The energy in the offices is great – people who truly want to make a difference in their community create dynamic places to work. I am sure you know about this energy, because it probably happens in your office. When it comes right down to it, we all got into this profession because we want to make a difference in our community by helping improve the health of its members. In reality, we are not all that different in our motivation for what we do from our elected officials or their staff members. In fact, I would like you to keep this similarity in mind as a framework for the rest of this article because ultimately, I think that you would love having meetings with your legislators too.