“If you’re one of the 150 million people who get their coverage through an employer plan . . . [y]our access to high-quality, affordable health care will depend on the outcome” of ACA repeal.
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“Low income earners, young adults, part-time workers, and Latinos have the most to lose from repeal of the ACA.”
Congressional Budget Office assesses the devastating impact of ACA repeal.
“13.5 million Californians are covered by Medi-Cal. Here’s how Trump’s plan could cost the state.”
The new estate recovery law limits how much Medi-Cal can recoup after a beneficiary passes away.
Repeal of Obamacare would mean huge job losses.
Contrary to rhetoric that “Obamacare” has been failure, evidence shows it is a proven success.
Many working families rely on Medi-Cal to insure their children
In almost every county across California, regardless of its political leaning, at least one in ten people has health coverage because of Obamacare.
“California has, by far, the greatest stakes in the forthcoming battle” over the future of Obamacare.
Although birth control is not over-the-counter, “a pharmacist can provide it to women who don’t have prescriptions. California is one of three states where pharmacists can do so.”
A new report says 97 percent of California’s nine million children now have health insurance.
Get informed to make the best decisions in selecting a health plan and medical group during open enrollment period and beyond.
For a young person, buying health insurance for the first time can be daunting. The answers to these questions can help.
Need help with breast cancer screenings and program eligibility? Call the HCA.
The first step to understanding your health plan is checking out the HCA resources on managed care.
More mental health providers at federally-run and rural health clinics can see Medi-Cal patients.
California is an “Obamacare” success story
Some Californians are not taking advantage of the healthcare subsidies they qualify for to buy health insurance through CoveredCA.com.
Women enrolled in Covered California health plans that report their pregnancies online will be able to choose between staying in their current plans and moving into Medi-Cal.