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Health care for people in low-income communities is a challenge exacerbated by a lack of reliable transportation, especially in rural areas.
An infant’s race and ethnicity affect the quality of care they receive in California neonatal intensive care units, according to a Stanford study.
If the federal government carries out its threats to cut co-pay subsidies, insurers will increase premiums more than 20% and the federal deficit will increase $20 billion every year for the next 10 years.
The director of Medi-Cal says, “The long-term impact of this bill cannot be understated: It is simply devastating.”
Californians who rely on Medi-Cal are anxious, if not panicked, about health care legislation on Capitol Hill that would drastically change Medi-Cal and the health insurance industry.
Not only will millions lose coverage, the coverage available would be prohibitively expensive.
The AHCA would cut Medicaid funding to those groups that Medicaid was designed to cover and protect since its beginning.
CSRs are vital to help with co-pays, reduce deductibles, and lower co-insurance for qualified members of Covered California’s health plans.
Because the federal government will not commit to paying for the cost sharing subsidies, California tries to do what it can to stabilize its marketplace.
The GOP proposes an AHCA plan that has already failed in California.
HCA members spoke out against this practice in Sacramento County