A long-time health plan partner of CAIPA, UnitedHealthcare is celebrating 25th Anniversary of its Asian Initiatives.
CAIPA is proud to announce the launch of a newly designed multi-language website, which can still be found at CAIPA.net. The newly designed website offers an enhanced user experience aimed at engaging member providers, individuals, health plans, hospitals, and community partners
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) held the 8th Annual Celebration of Community Heroes in Chinatown, Manhattan on June 12th. This year MOCA honors four driving forces in the Asian-American community that has greatly influenced us and have acted
The "Asian Pacific American Heritage Month", hosted by the New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli office, was celebrated at Essex Market on May 30th, 2019. The theme of the event revolved around the New York State Asian Pacific American
The number of “empty-nesters” is increasing and becoming a serious issue throughout the world. Switzerland's idea of the "time bank" for the seniors may be a good inspiration. What is a time bank? Time-based units accumulate in the time bank and can be
[caption id="attachment_21466" align="aligncenter" width="962"] (From left) George Liu MD (President of CAIPA), Sun-Hoo Foo MD, Peggy Sheng (Executive Director of CAIPA), Hong Jia and Marcus Loo.[/caption] To celebrate of the Asian Heritage Month, CAIPA Foundation held the Asian Heritage Night at
Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation, a non-profit organization, held their 48th gala in Manhattan on May 9th. Hundreds of medical staffs and community members attended; Peggy Sheng and Yvonne Ghaw were awarded for their contributions to the Asian community. Chinatown Health Clinic
New York state has released its latest data on cardiac care, recognizing the top programs with the best—and worst—outcomes in the state. The data cover the two most common procedures for people with coronary artery disease—angioplasty and coronary artery bypass graft