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photo - Doctor Listening to Patient California Joins National Effort to Extend Health Insurance Enrollment As California continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the state’s health insurance marketplace—Covered California—has initiated a special enrollment period intended to boost access to health coverage. Read More
photo - US Supreme Court How Might the Supreme Court ACA Case Affect California? The US Supreme Court today heard a case challenging a key provision of the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA). A ruling that invalidates the ACA—or parts of it—could have far-reaching consequences for our state. Read More
photo - Nurse Taking Patient's Blood Pressure Health Care Access for California’s Immigrants Governor Newsom wants to extend Medi-Cal access to low-income young adults up to age 26 regardless of immigration status, a proposal with strong public support. Read More
Emergency Room Entrance Sign With Ambulance Video: Emergency Department Use in California A recent PPIC event featured a new report, along with an expert panel, on how the expansion of health coverage under the federal Affordable Care Act has affected emergency department use in the state. Read More
photo - woman using calculator Reviving the Health Care Mandate: Who Pays? As policymakers in California weigh implementing a state individual mandate, it's worth considering which Californians would bear the burden of the tax penalty and which would benefit. Read More
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