Nearly 1.4 million people signed up on CoveredCA; the rest on Medi-Cal. Enrollments exceeded projections.
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Because more people are insured, state and federal safety net funding is being cut. How are these institutions compensating?
About 28 percent of California’s prison inmates have a mental illness, about 33,000 people.
The 2014 enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act closes tonight. For some people the new health law is a godsend. Others barely noticed its existence. Donna Zeuli and her husband lost their insurance when he retired two years ago. Private insurers denied them both because of pre-existing conditions and the COBRA plan offered through …
You have until 11:59pm Tuesday to sign up for health insurance or risk paying a penalty.
While the ACA is intended to cover substance abuse treatment, an older law bars many residential drug treatment centers from billing Medicaid.
And of the 1.9 million newly enrolled in Medi-Cal, 75 percent were previously uninsured. That’s another 1.4 million people.
35 Chinese immigrants, most of whom don’t speak English, were displaced. Some died shorty after moving.
Plus, more than 500,000 people opened Covered California accounts in the last week of March.
20 percent of Covered California enrollees are estimated to move to job-based insurance over the year.