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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 - Health Professional Checking Blood Pressure Predicting the COVID-19 Medi-Cal Enrollment Surge Pre-pandemic health coverage patterns in the industries hit hardest by the current downturn can help gauge how Medi-Cal enrollment might increase due to COVID-19. Read More
photo - Nursing Home AssistanceTaking Blood Pressure of Senior Woman Medi-Cal Expansion for Undocumented Seniors A proposed expansion of Medi-Cal would boost access to health services, including preventive care and disease management, for eligible undocumented seniors. Read More
photo - Doctor Comforting Depressed Patient Improving Equity in Mental Health Services 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. 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
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