Improving Equity in Mental Health Services Daniel Tan December 12 2019 Although the share of Californians without health coverage has declined substantially, many challenges remain to ensure that coverage translates into access, particularly in the area of mental health.
Health Care Access for California’s Immigrants Paulette Cha, Mary Severance May 22 2019 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.
Reviving the Health Care Mandate: Who Pays? Radhika Mehlotra, Shannon McConville March 5 2019 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.
Video: Attorney General Becerra on the Issues Linda Strean June 16 2017 The state’s new attorney general, Xavier Becerra, is at the forefront of legal battles with Washington. Before a large crowd in Sacramento, Becerra talked about his strategy.
The Uninsured and the Safety Net Shannon McConville April 8 2014 Open enrollment has ended, and projections suggest about 4 million Californians will still lack health insurance. They will continue to rely on county programs and safety net providers, such as health clinics and emergency departments.